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Speaking Out: An Introduction to Public Speaking

By: Michael Gallagher

Age Level: Middle Grades to High School

Students need to understand that public speaking is a life skill that will improve their career and relationships with others. The book is divided into four sections: Getting Started, The Basics, The Competitive Speaking Events, and Honing Your Skills. In these four sections are 30 chapters that cover all the basics of public speaking, from the vocabulary of speech and debate to how to develop listening skills. It includes learning games, information about group dynamics, visual aids, nonverbal communication, readers theatre, and choral reading. It covers competitive speaking events such as original oratory, extemporaneous speaking, policy debate, and Lincoln-Douglas debate with exercises and activities for preparation. Includes a section with notes for the teacher.

(184 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)

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