Created Equal: A History of the United States, Combined Volume, 5th edition

  • Jacqueline A. Jones, 
  • Peter H. Wood, 
  • Tim Borstelmann, 
  • Elaine Tyler May, 
  • Vicki L. Ruiz

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Overview

Created Equal frames the American experience as the stories of various groups of people, "created equal" in their common humanity. It presents historical analysis in a chronological framework and challenges you to think critically. This revision explores issues of inclusion such as marriage equality.

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2017

ISBN-13: 9780137500987

Subject: History

Category: United States History Survey

Table of contents

I. Brief Table of Contents

 

TAB 1: STARTING

1. Overview of Public Speaking

2. Getting to Know Your Audience and Situation

3. Selecting Your Topic and Purpose

 

TAB 2: RESEARCHING

4. Locating Support Materials

5. Selecting and Testing Support Materials

 

TAB 3: CREATING

6. Outlining Your Speech

7. Organizing the Speech Body

8. Introducing and Concluding Your Speech

 

TAB 4: PRESENTING

9. Using Language Successfully

10. Delivering Your Speech

11. Using Presentation Aids

 

TAB 5: LISTENING AND EVALUATING

12. Listening

13. Evaluating Speeches

 

TAB 6: SPEAKING TO INFORM

14. The Informative Speech

 

TAB 7: SPEAKING TO PERSUADE

15. Tools for Persuading

16. The Persuasive Speech

 

TAB 8: SPEAKING ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS

17. Speeches for Special Events

 

TAB 9: SPEAKING IN PROFESSIONAL AND GROUP SETTINGS

18. On-the-Job Speaking

19. Speaking in Small Groups


Appendix: Mediated Public Speaking   

 


II. Detailed Table of Contents

 

TAB 1: STARTING

 

1. Overview of Public Speaking

1.1 Using the skills

1.2 The process of communicating

1.3 Be a successful public speaker

1.4 Overcome a fear of public speaking

1.5 Be an ethical public speaker

1.6 The creative process for public speaking

Chapter 1 Review

 

2. Getting to Know Your Audience and Situation

2.1 Why you need to know your audience and situation

2.2 What you need to know about your audience

2.3 Traits to investigate

2.4 What you need to know about the situation

2.5 Analyze the audience and situation

2.6 Adapt to your audience and situation

Chapter 2 Review

 

3. Selecting Your Topic and Purpose

3.1 Select a topic

3.2 Narrow your topic

3.3 Create a central idea

3.4 Construct a working outline

Chapter 3 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 1

 

TAB 2: RESEARCHING

 

4. Locating Support Materials

4.1 Locating support materials

4.2 The Internet

4.3 The library

4.4 On the Internet and in libraries

4.5 Interviews

4.6 Surveys

4.7 Researching effectively

Chapter 4 Review

 

5. Selecting and Testing Support Materials

5.1 Types of support materials

5.2 Determine types of sources to use

5.3 Evaluate support materials

5.4 Use materials effectively

5.5 Cite sources orally

Chapter 5 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 2

 

TAB 3: CREATING

 

6. Outlining Your Speech

6.1 Parts of an outline

6.2 Create an effective outline

6.3 Types of outlines

6.4 Link your speech parts

6.5 Cite sources in your outline

6.6 Create a source page

Chapter 6 Review

 

7. Organizing the Speech Body

7.1 Organizational strategies

7.2 Make a speech out of a strategy

Chapter 7 Review

 

8. Introducing and Concluding Your Speech

8.1 What an introduction should do

8.2 Attention-getters

8.3 Organizing an introduction

8.4 What a conclusion should do

8.5 “WOW” statements

8.6 Organizing a conclusion

Chapter 8 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 3

 

TAB 4: PRESENTING

 

9. Using Language Successfully

9.1 What makes language important

9.2 Using language effectively

9.3 Boosting your distinctiveness

Chapter 9 Review

 

10. Delivering Your Speech

10.1 Elements of vocal delivery

10.2 Elements of physical delivery

10.3 Methods of delivery

10.4 Preparing for an extemporaneous speech

10.5 Mediated presentations

Chapter 10 Review

 

11. Using Presentation Aids

11.1 Types of presentation aids

11.2 Determine what aids you need

11.3 Methods for displaying aids

11.4 Crafting an effective aid

11.5 Using presentation software

11.6 Using aids successfully

Chapter 11 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 4

 

TAB 5: LISTENING AND EVALUATING

 

12. Listening

12.1 Why listening is important

12.2 The process of listening

12.3 Types of listening

12.4 What can prevent listening

12.5 Helping your audience listen

12.6 How you can listen more effectively

Chapter 12 Review

 

13. Evaluating Speeches

13.1 Why evaluation is important

13.2 Evaluating speeches

13.3 Who evaluates your speech

Chapter 13 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 5

 

TAB 6: SPEAKING TO INFORM

 

14. The Informative Speech

14.1 Informative speaking

14.2 The creative process for informative speaking

14.3 Choose an informative topic

14.4 Research the informative speech

14.5 Outline and organize an informative speech

14.6 Prepare to present your speech

14.7 Evaluate an informative speech

Chapter 14 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 6

 

TAB 7: SPEAKING TO PERSUADE

 

15. Tools for Persuading

15.1 Persuasive speaking

15.2 What a persuasive speech should do

15.3 Traditional appeals

15.4 Modern appeals

15.5 Parts of an argument

15.6 Types of arguments

Chapter 15 Review

 

16. The Persuasive Speech

16.1 The creative process for persuasive speaking

16.2 Choose a persuasive topic

16.3 Research the persuasive speech

16.4 Outline and organize a persuasive speech

16.5 Prepare to present your speech

16.6 Evaluate a persuasive speech

Chapter 16 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 7

 

TAB 8: SPEAKING ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS

 

17. Speeches for Special Events

17.1 Special occasion speech purposes

17.2 The creative process for special occasion speaking

17.3 Writing a special occasion speech

17.4 Types of special occasion speeches

Chapter 17 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 8

 

TAB 9: SPEAKING IN PROFESSIONAL AND GROUP SETTINGS

 

18. On-the-Job Speaking

18.1 Communicating in an interview

18.2 Creating a business presentation

18.3 Communicating in a meeting

18.4 Communicating in a review

Chapter 18 Review

 

19. Speaking in Small Groups

19.1 What makes a small group

19.2 Roles in a small group

19.3 How groups make decisions or solve problems

19.4 How groups present findings

Chapter 19 Review

Practical Pointers for Tab 9


Appendix: Mediated Public Speaking   
Introduction: Mediated Public Speaking
A.1 Mediated Communication: An Introduction
A.2 Types of Online Presentations
A.3 Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Presentations
A.4 Audience
A.5 Preparing for Your Online Presentation
A.6 Practicing Your Online Presentation
A.7 Delivering or Recording Your Online Presentation
A.8 Online Etiquette: Digital Citizenship

Appendix Review

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