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How to make speeches for all occasions; a practical guide and workbook for preparing for all speaking responsibilities,

Author: Harold P Zelko; Marjorie E Zelko
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold P Zelko; Marjorie E Zelko
OCLC Number: 159761
Description: xiv, 346 pages 22 cm
Contents: Preface --
1. Your speaking responsibilities --
I. You need to communicate --
Today's communicating society --
Your goals as a speaker --
The lecture circuit --
II. What kind of speaker do you want to be? --
Self, role, and image --
What about charisma? --
What good speaking is not --
Should you have nervous energy? --
The goal: extemporaneous speaking --
How good are today's speakers? --
What do you conclude? --
2. What's involved in making speeches? --
III. Preparing systematically --
Preparation of self: mental attitude --
Preparation steps --
Preparation of speech content --
Steps in preparing a speech --
Preparation for delivery --
IV. Understanding the human communication process --
Factors influencing effectiveness --
Modern communication theory --
Human communication process --
Barriers to communication --
3. The substance of your speech --
V. Planning the speech --
Analyzing the audience and occasion --
Selecting the subject --
Topics for speeches --
Determining the exact purpose --
Gathering material and research --
VI. Organizing ideas --
Steps in organizing a speech --
The main ideas --
Patterns of speech organization --
Outlining --
The introduction --
The conclusion --
VII. Developing ideas --
Support forms and tools --
Visual aids --
Attention and interest factors --
Summary of support methods and forms --
VIII. Motivating, persuading, and selling --
Motivation --
Vital appeals and drives --
Persuation --
Straight or logical thinking --
Special methods in persuasion --
Selling as persuasion --
4. You as a communicator --
IX. Delivery: Communicating a speech --
Practicing the speech --
Presenting the speech --
Suggestions for using notes --
Speaking from manuscript --
Adapting to microphone, radio, and television --
The question-and-answer period --
X. Listening --
Why listen? --
Faults and barriers --
A program for better listening --
Listener proficiency profile --
5. Other speaking and group situations --
XI. Special occasions --
Special ceremonies --
The chairman or toastmaster --
The after-dinner speech --
Briefings and presentations with visual aids --
Impromptu speaking --
XII. Informal and group communication --
Conversation --
Interviews --
Group discussion --
Meetings using parliamentary procedure --
The business conference --
Speaking is a tribal ritual --
Workbook for better speaking --
Purpose of the workbook --
Summary of steps in speech preparation --
Simple speech outline form --
Subject categories for outlines --
Government and community affairs --
The new woman --
Travel and transportation --
Technology and science --
Social problems --
Leisure time --
Ecology and personal well-being --
The economy: corporations and business --
Contemporary life styles --
Today's youth --
Speech preparation check questions --
Sources of material for speeches --
Selected bibliography --
Index.
Responsibility: by Harold P. Zelko and Marjorie E. Zelko.

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