The Art of Public Speaking Student CD-ROM Guidebook

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Lucas' The Art of Public Speaking is the leading public speaking textbook in the field. Whether a novice or an experienced speaker when beginning the course, every student will learn how to be a better public speaker through Lucas' clear explanations. Creative activities, vivid examples, annotated speech samples, and foundation of classic and contemporary rhetoric provide students a strong understanding of public speaking.

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Overview

Lucas' The Art of Public Speaking is the leading public speaking textbook in the field. Whether a novice or an experienced speaker when beginning the course, every student will learn how to be a better public speaker through Lucas' clear explanations. Creative activities, vivid examples, annotated speech samples, and foundation of classic and contemporary rhetoric provide students a strong understanding of public speaking.

When instructors teach from this textbook, they benefit from Lucas' Integrated Teaching Package. The Annotated Instructor's Edition and Instructor's Manual, both written by Steve Lucas, provide teaching tips and give outlines on how to use the various supplements. As a result, instructors are able to see various teaching examples, how to integrate technology, and analyses and discussion questions for video clips in class. The Annotated Instructor's Edition, Instructor's Manual, Test Bank, and other supplements provide instructors the tools needed to create a dynamic classroom.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072936216
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Edition description: New Edition

Table of Contents

Part One: Speaking and Listening
Chapter 1: Speaking in Public
Chapter 2: Ethics and Public Speaking
Chapter 3: Listening
Part Two: Speech Preparation: Getting Started
Chapter 4: Selecting a Topic and Purpose
Chapter 5: Analyzing the Audience
Chapter 6: Gathering Materials
Chapter 7: Supporting Your Ideas
Part Three: Speech Preparation: Organizing & Outlining
Chapter 8: Organizing the Body of the Speech
Chapter 9: Beginning and Ending the Speech
Chapter 10: Outlining the Speech
Part Four: Presenting the Speech
Chapter 11: Using Language
Chapter 12: Delivery
Chapter 13: Visual Aids
Part Five: Varieties of Public Speaking
Chapter 14: Speaking to Inform
Chapter 15: Speaking to Persuade
Chapter 16: Methods of Persuasion
Chapter 17: Speaking on Special Occasions
Chapter 18: Speaking in Small Groups
Appendix A: Giving Your First Speech
Appendix B: Speeches for Analysis and Discussion
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