Saturday, November 17, 2018

Public Speaking - The Evolving Art - Second Edition

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Public Speaking: Th e Evolving Art provides you with an innovative READ It, WATCH It, USE It, REVIEW It sequence that helps you learn about the speech-making process is in a fun, interactive way. You can follow this sequence as described here, or you can complete each element in the sequence in any order that works best for you. Here’s how the sequence is presented in each chapter: 
You can use this guide to prepare for your fi rst speech and as a checklist for all the speeches you give in your public speaking class. You can also use the guide as a handy reference for speeches you give aft er college.
Presenting a speech involves six basic stages:
1. Determining your purpose and topic
2. Adapting to your audience 
3. Researching your topic 
4. Organizing your ideas
5. Practicing your speech
6. Presenting your speech  

Note to Instructors
Note to Students
About the Authors
How to Use Th is Book
A Brief Guide to Successful Public Speaking
I Getting Started
1 Th e Evolving Art of Public Speaking
2 Building Your Confi ndence
3 Ethical Speaking and Listening
II Developing and Researching Your Speech
4 Developing Your Purpose and Topic
5 Adapting to Your Audience
6 Researching Your Topic
7 Supporting Your Ideas
8 Organizing and Outlining Your Speech
9 Beginning and Ending Your Speech
III Presenting Yourself and Your Ideas
10 Using Language Eff ectively
11 Integrating Presentation Media
12 Delivering Your Speech
IV Speaking Situations
13 Informative Speaking
14 Persuasive Speaking
15 Understanding Argument
16 Special Occasion and Group Speaking

Author Details 
Stephanie J. Coopman (Ph.D., University of Kentucky) is Professor and Chair of Communication Studies at San José State University and Chair of the SJSU University Council of Chairs and Directors. In addition to teaching public speaking since the start of her career, she has conducted numerous workshops on public speaking and communication pedagogy. 

James Lull is Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies at San José State University. Winner of the National Communication Association’s Golden Anniversary Monograph Award, he has taught public speaking for more than twenty-fi ve years. An internationally recognized leader in media studies and cultural analysis, Professor Lull is author or editor of twelve books with translations into many languages.

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