Essential Elements of Public Speaking, 7th edition
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Table of contents
PART I: FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
1. Introducing Public Speaking
2. Listening and Criticism
PART II: PREPARING AND PRESENTING PUBLIC SPEECHES
3. Select Your Topic, Purposes, and Thesis (Step 1)
4. Analyze Your Audience (Step 2)
5. Research Your Speech (Step 3)
6. Collect Supporting Materials (Step 4)
7. Use Presentation Aids (Step 4, continued)
8. Organize Your Speech (Steps 5, 6, and 7)
9. Word and Rehearse Your Speech (Steps 8 and 9)
10. Present Your Speech (Step 10)
PART III: TYPES OF SPEECHES
11. Speaking to Inform
12. Speaking to Persuade
13. Speaking on Special Occasions
14. Speaking in Groups
Published by Pearson (October 28th 2020) - Copyright © 2021