Ebook Public Speaking for College & Career 10e by Gregory

Public Speaking for College and Career
10th Edition
by Hamilton Gregory
Copyright © 2013 by McGraw-Hill Education

Table of Content:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Public Speaking Benefits of a Public Speaking Course The Speech Communication Process The Speaker’s Responsibilities Speech Introducing Yourself or a Classmate Quick Guide to Public Speaking
Chapter 2: Managing Nervousness Reasons for Nervousness The Value of Fear Guidelines for Managing Nervousness
Chapter 3: Listening Introduction to Listening The Problem of Poor Listening Skills How to Listen Effectively The Listener’s Responsibilities Speech Evaluations
Chapter 4: Reaching the Audience The Audience-Centered Speaker Getting Information about the Audience Audience Diversity Audience Knowledge Audience Psychology The Occasion Adapting during the Speech
Chapter 5: Selecting Topic, Purpose, and Central Idea Selecting a Topic? The General Purpose? The Specific Purpose? The Central Idea? Overview of Speech Design?
Chapter 6: Finding Information Finding Materials Efficiently? Misconceptions about Research? Searching Electronically? Libraries? The Internet? Field Research? Saving Key Information? Appendix: Tips for Finding Materials?
Chapter 7: Evaluating Information and Avoiding Plagiarism Being an Honest Investigator Finding Trustworthy Information Applying Critical-Thinking Skills Analyzing Internet Sites Avoiding Plagiarism
Chapter 8: Supporting Your Ideas Reasons for Using Support Materials Types of Support Materials Sample Speech with Commentary: No Laughing Matter
Chapter 9: Presentation Aids Advantages of Visual Aids Types of Visual Aids Media for Visual Aids Preparing Visual Aids Presenting Visual Aids Communicating in Other Channels Appendix: How to Avoid “Death by PowerPoint”
Chapter 10: The Body of the Speech The Importance of Organization Creating the Body Devising Main Points Organizing Main Points Selecting Support Materials Supplying Transitions Simplifying the Process
Chapter 11: Introductions and Conclusions Introductions Conclusions Sample Introduction and Conclusion: Danger in the Bathroom
Chapter 12: Outlining the Speech Guidelines for Outlining Parts of the Outline Sample Outline with Commentary: “Not as Healthy as They Sound” Speaking Notes Controlling Your Material Sample Speech as Presented: “Not as Healthy as They Sound”
Chapter 13: Wording the Speech The Power of Words Finding the Right Words Using Appropriate Words Using Words Accurately Achieving Clarity Using Vivid Language Using Rhetorical Devices Oral versus Written Language
Chapter 14: Delivering the Speech The Key to Good Delivery Methods of Speaking Voice Nonverbal Communication The Question-and-Answer Period Practice
Chapter 15: Speaking to Inform Goals of Informative Speaking Types of Informative Speeches Guidelines for Informative Speaking Sample Informative Speech: “Gold Fever”
Chapter 16: Speaking to Persuade Goals of Persuasive Speaking Types of Persuasive Speeches Patterns of Organization Sample Persuasive Speech: “House Arrest”
Chapter 17: Persuasive Strategies Knowing Your Audience Building Credibility Providing Evidence Using Sound Reasoning Appealing to Motivations Arousing Emotions Sample Persuasive Speech: “Sleep Deficiency”
Chapter 18: Special Types of Speeches Entertaining Speech Speech of Introduction Speech of Presentation Speech of Acceptance Speech of Tribute Inspirational Speech
Chapter 19: Speaking in Groups Meetings Group Presentations Appendix Informative Speech: “One Slip—and You’re Dead” Natalia Payne Speeches Online

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