A Guidebook to Presentation Speaking: Prepared for Business, Professional, Technical, and Trade Learners

Author(s): Janet McKenney

Edition: 8

Copyright: 2021

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A Guidebook to Presentation Speaking, 7th edition, has been significantly expanded to follow the template of the Five Canon approach. Presentation speaking has been chosen as the title because presentations are used more frequently than public speaking. Presentation speaking includes situations where speakers use both verbal and nonverbal communication to send messages to audiences creating relationships with people who are usually present. Public speaking is a specialized form of speaking used in organizations, communities, and government settings.

UNIT 1: Foundations of Communication

CHAPTER 1 Historical Introduction to Speaking in Public
The Historical Heritage of Public Speaking
SECTION 1.1   Oral Traditions of Ancient Societies Without Writing
SECTION 1.2   Oral Traditions of Ancient Societies With Writing
SECTION 1.3   Classical Period: Ancient Greek and Roman Rhetoric Fourth Century B.C. into First Centuries A.D.
SECTION 1.4   The Second Sophistic
SECTION 1.5   Ancient Places to America

CHAPTER 2 Communication Fundamentals
Public Speaking and Communication Theory
SECTION 2.2   Speech Basics
SECTION 2.3   Enlarged Conversational Quality
SECTION 2.4   The Components of Presentation Speaking (McKenney Model)
SECTION 2.5   Communication Apprehension
SECTION 2.6   Communication Apprehension Reduction
SECTION 2.7   Speaker Character, Competence, and Charisma

CHAPTER 3 The Speaker Prepares for the First Speech
Understanding the Five Canons as the Basic Principles for Speech Making
SECTION 3.2   Overview for Designing the First Speech Systematically
SECTION 3.3   Using the First Speech Performance to Establish a Baseline–Assessing the Presentation 

CHAPTER 4 The Speaker’s Bodily Action
American Cultural Roots for Presentation
SECTION 4.2   The Silent Speech
SECTION 4.3   Guidelines for Personal Presentation
SECTION 4.4   Guidelines for Bodily Action
SECTION 4.5   Guidelines for Platform and Screen Movement
SECTION 4.6   Polishing Delivery Including Gestures

CHAPTER 5 The Speaker’s Vocal Delivery
Overview of the Qualities of a Good Speaking Voice
SECTION 5.2   Four Steps of Vocal Production
SECTION 5.3   Five Characteristics of the Voice
SECTION 5.4   Problems with Articulation and Pronunciation
SECTION 5.5   Protecting the Voice

CHAPTER 6 The Speaker’s Listeners
The Three Step Listening Process
SECTION 6.2   Types of Listening
SECTION 6.3   Overcoming Barriers to Effective Listening
SECTION 6.4   Speaker’s Skills to Assist Listeners

UNIT 2: Canon I—Invention

CHAPTER 7 The Speaker’s Topic, Purposes and Central Idea                  
Guidelines for Selecting a Topic 
SECTION 7.2   General Purpose, Specific Purpose and Central Idea Defined 

CHAPTER 8 The Speaker’s Analysis of the Audience and the Situation                       
 INTRODUCTION   Analyzing the Anticipated Audience and the Situation 
SECTION 8.1 Pre-Analysis of the Audience
SECTION 8.2 Mid-Analysis of the Audience
SECTION 8.3 Post-Analysis ofthe Audience

CHAPTER 9 The Speaker’s Ethics and Thinking    
The Speaker Thinks Ethically 
SECTION 9.2   The Speaker Uses Ethics in Informative and Persuasive Communication 
SECTION 9.3   The Speaker Uses Critical Thinking 
SECTION 9.4   The Speaker Uses Critical Thinking Models 
SECTION 9.5   The Speaker Uses Creative Thinking
SECTION 9.6   The Speaker Uses Creative Models

CHAPTER 10 The Speaker Researches                                                        
Developing a Research Plan 
SECTION 10.2  Using Key Research Sources 

UNIT 3: Canon II—Arrangement

CHAPTER 11 Using Forms of Support                                                         
SECTION 11.1  
Rational Forms of Support/Evidence 
SECTION 11.2  Emotional and Narrative Forms of Support/Evidence 
SECTION 11.3  The Research Cards (Front and Back)  

CHAPTER 12 The Speaker Arranges the Outline                                        
SECTION 12.1  
Organizing the Material for a Speech Outline 
SECTION 12.2  Outlining the Body of the Speech 
SECTION 12.3  Major Organizational Patterns of Speeches  
SECTION 12.4  Internal Citations and the Bibliography 

CHAPTER 13 The Speaker’s Introductions, Connectives and Conclusions          
SECTION 13.1  
Writing Introductions 
SECTION 13.2  Using Connectives, Transitions, Signposts, Internal Overviews and Internal Summaries 
SECTION 13.3  Writing Conclusions 

UNIT 4: Canon III—Style
CHAPTER 14 The Speaker’s Language, Style and Humor                         
SECTION 14.1  
Basic Principles of the English Language
SECTION 14.2  Characteristics of Style 
SECTION 14.3  Language Used in Oral Style 
SECTION 14.4  Creating Speeches for the Ear and Eye 
SECTION 14.5  Using Humor Effectively in Speeches

CHAPTER 15 The Speaker’s Style for Informative Speaking                      
SECTION 15.1  
Characteristics of Informative Speaking 
SECTION 15.2  Types of Informative Presentations 
SECTION 15.3  Strategies for Development of a Speech to Inform
SECTION 15.4  Learning Principles Used in Informative Speaking
SECTION 15.5  Monroe’s Motivated Sequence for a Speech to Inform

CHAPTER 16 Elements of Persuasive Speaking                                         
SECTION 16.1  
Elements of Persuasion       
SECTION 16.2  Classical Persuasive Proofs (Appeals)  
SECTION 16.3  Contemporary Persuasive Proofs (Appeals)
SECTION 16.4  Laws and Principles of Persuasion 

CHAPTER 17 The Speaker’s Style for Persuasive Speaking
SECTION 17.1  
Characteristics of Persuasive Speaking
SECTION 17.2  Types of Persuasive Presentations
SECTION 17.3  Issues, Arguments, Types of Propositions and Organizational Patterns for Persuasive Speeches
SECTION 17.4  Specific Strategies for Development of a Speech to Persuade
SECTION 17.5  Using Persuasion with Different Kinds of Audiences 
SECTION 17.6  Monroe’s Motivated Sequence for a Speech to Persuade

UNIT 5: Canon IV—Memory (Rehearsal and Revision)

CHAPTER 18 The Speaker Rehearses (With or Without Memorization)
SECTION 18.1  
Coached Rehearsal and Revision
SECTION 18.2  Ways of Delivering a Speech
SECTION 18.3  Memorization Techniques
SECTION 18.4  Revision Techniques 

UNIT 6: Canon V—Delivery

CHAPTER 19 The Speaker Delivers—Using Presentation Aids                  
SECTION 19.1  
Principles of Presentation Aids 
SECTION 19.2  Types of Presentation Aids  
SECTION 19.3  Speaking with Presentation Aids  
SECTION 19.4  Checklist for Presentation Aids 

CHAPTER 20 The Speaker Delivers Community Speeches                        
Speaking at a Special Occasion 
SECTION 20.1  Online Speeches  
SECTION 20.2  Tribute Speeches 
SECTION 20.3  After-Dinner Speeches  
SECTION 20.4  Courtesy Speeches
SECTION 20.5  Giving Impromptu Speeches
SECTION 20.6  Thinking Independently Together
SECTION 20.7  Leadership
SECTION 20.8   Meeting the Group Needs
SECTION 20.9  Parliamentary Procedure
SECTION 20.10  Parliamentary Rules

Appendix A: The Application: Presentation Assignments
Appendix B: Speech: Assessment, Criticism and Evaluation
Appendix C: Research Sources
Appendix D: Topic Suggestions

Janet McKenney

Related ISBN's: 9781792466281




ISBN 9781792466281

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