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									The Art of Teaching Public Speaking
Stephen E. Lucas
Ren Wen Xu Yurong

Importance of Public Speaking
w Life skill for employment and success in a globalized world w Public speaking compared with technical competence in oral English w Using English as a working language

Keys to Teaching Public Speaking
w Knowledge of the subject w Course structure and assignments w Pedagogy w Instructional resources

Course Structure and Assignments
w Incremental approach to learning skills w Assignments build systematically upon one another w Students progress from assignment to assignment

Course Structure and Assignments
w Introductory speech w Informative speech w Persuasive speech w Commemorative speech

Three Pedagogical Issues
w Stagefright (Qie Chang) w Managing speeches in class w Lecture versus discussion

Dealing with Stagefright
w First challenge: Get students comfortable with the class w Second challenge: Help students deal with speech anxiety as the class proceeds

Teaching Resources
w The Art of Public Speaking w Instructor’ Manual s w Art of Public Speaking DVD w 2004 CCTV Cup DVD w Student CD-ROM w Art of Public Speaking Website

The Art of Public Speaking
w Comprehensive coverage of principles of public speaking w Readable and student-friendly w Uses examples, stories, and sample speeches to illustrate the principles of public speaking

The Art of Public Speaking
w Part I Speaking and Listening w Part II Speech Preparation: Getting Started w Part III Speech Preparation: Organizing and Outlining w Part IV Presenting the Speech w Part V Varieties of Public Speaking

Part I: Speaking and Listening
w Chapter 1 w Chapter 2 w Chapter 3 w Appendix Speaking in Public Ethics and Public Speaking Listening Giving Your First Speech

Part II: Speech Preparation— Getting Started
w Chapter 4 w Chapter 5 w Chapter 6 w Chapter 7 Selecting a Topic and Purpose Analyzing the Audience Gathering Materials Supporting Your Ideas

Part III: Speech Preparation— Organizing and Outlining
w Chapter 8 w Chapter 9 w Chapter 10 Organizing the Body of the Speech Beginning and Ending the Speech Outlining the Speech

Part IV: Presenting the Speech
w Chapter 11 w Chapter 12 w Chapter 13 w Appendix Using Language Delivery Using Visual Aids Using PowerPoint

Part V: Varieties of Public Speaking
w Chapter 14 w Chapter 15 w Chapter 16 w Chapter 17 w Chapter 18 Speaking to Inform Speaking to Persuade Methods of Persuasion Speaking on Special Occasions Speaking in Small Groups

Chapter Features
w Key terms in margins w Exercises for Critical Thinking w Applying the Power of Public Speaking exercises w Sample speeches with commentary

Appendix: Speeches for Analysis and Discussion
w Questions of Culture w Choices and Change (Barbara Bush) w I Have a Dream (Martin Luther King) w Dying to Be Thin w A Whisper of AIDS (Mary Fisher) w The Ultimate Gift w Multicultural, Multilingual

Instructor’ Manual s
w Systematic guide to teaching from The Art of Public Speaking w Comprehensive resources for course structure and assignments

Instructor’ Manual s
w Suggested Course Outlines (pages 1-28) w Speech Assignments (pages 29-42) w Evaluation and Grading (pages 43-55) w Chapter-by-Chapter Guide (pages 57-388) w Appendix of Sample Speeches (pages 389519)

Chapter-By-Chapter Guide
w Chapter Objectives w Chapter Outline w Discussion of Exercises for Critical Thinking w Discussion of Applying the Power of Public Speaking w Additional Exercises

Art of Public Speaking DVD
w Speaking Effectively to 1 or 1,000 w Sample Speeches

Speaking Effectively to 1 or 1,000
w 24 minutes w Provides an overview of public speaking process w Use in Introductory Speech unit

Sample Speeches
w 15 speeches w Self-Introduction (3) w Informative (4) w Persuasive (4) w Commemorative (2) w Martin Luther King, “ Have a Dream” I w Barbara Bush, “ Choices and Change”


								
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