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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Daly, John A., Engleberg, Isa
I. The Basics 1. Presentation Speaking The Real World of Presentation Speaking What Is Presentation Speaking? Basic Principles of Presentation Speaking How Communication Works Becoming an Effective Speaker 2. Listening and Critical Thinking What Is Listening? Learning to Listen Listening to Your Audience What Is Critical Thinking? Adapting to Different Ways of Thinking 3. Building Presentation Confidence What Is Presentation Anxiety? Becoming a Confident Speaker Just Do It II. Preparation 4. Purpose and Topic Topic Versus Purpose Determining Your Purpose From Purpose to Topic 5. Audience Analysis and Adaptation Audience-Focused Communication Researching Your Audience Gathering Audience Information Analyzing and Adapting to Your Audience Mid-Presentation Adaptation 6. Speaker Credibility and Ethics Components of Speaker Credibility Developing Credibility Ethos and Ethics Good Speeches by Good Speakers The Good Audience 7. Logistics and Occasion Why Place and Occasion Matter Logistics Occasion Dress and Appearance Link Purpose, Audience, and Place III. Content and Organization 8. Supporting Material Support Your Ideas Research Strategies Documentation 9. Organization
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