Public Speaking: Strategies for Success, 9th edition

  • David Zarefsky
  • Jeremy Engels

Overview

Public Speaking helps you become a public speaker who understands the circumstances of speaking, makes deliberate choices regarding those circumstances, and effectively plans to achieve speaking goals. This revision updates coverage in key areas (diversity, ethics, social media, and more).

Table of contents

PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
1. Welcome to Public Speaking
2. Your First Speech
3. Presenting the Speech
4. Listening Critically
 
PART II: INVENTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPEECH
5. Analyzing Your Audience
6. Choosing a Topic and Developing a Strategy
7. Researching the Speech
8. Reasoning
 
PART III: ARRANGEMENT AND STYLE IN THE SPEECH
9. Organizing the Speech: The Body
10. Organizing the Speech: Introductions, Conclusions, and Transitions
11. Outlining the Speech
12. Achieving Style Through Language
 
PART IV: USES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
13. Informing
14. Persuading
15. Speaking with Visual Aids
16. Occasions for Public Speaking

Published by Pearson (January 14th 2019) - Copyright © 2020