Table of Contents

1. Speech Foundation

1.1. The Ins and Outs

1.1.1. Why? The Greatest Question

1.1.2. The Damp Sponge Educational Theory

1.2. Why Public Speaking?

1.2.1. Background of Public Speaking

1.2.2. Public Speaking Today

1.2.3. Is Public Speaking a Science or an Art?

1.2.4. Why Evaluate?

1.3. Critical Thinking

1.3.1. Critical Thinking & Public Speaking

1.3.2. Choices

1.3.3. Perception

1.3.4. Right/Left/Whole Brain

1.3.5. Learning Styles

1.4. Why Communicate?

1.4.1. A Cornerstone of Life

1.5. What is Communication?

1.5.1. An Overview of Communication

1.5.2. The Communication Process Model

1.5.3. Axioms of Communication

1.6. Listening

1.6.1. An Overview of Listening

1.6.2. Types of Listening

1.6.3. Why We Aren't Good Listeners

1.6.4. Improving Our Listening

1.6.5. Audience Centered Listening

1.7. Why Who?

1.7.1. Understanding Your Audience

1.7.2. Tailoring Your Message

1.7.3. Being An Audience Member

2. Speech Basics

2.1. Concept of a Speech

2.1.1. What is a Speech?

2.1.2. The Purpose of a Speech

2.1.3. Biases in Speeches

2.2. Topic Selection

2.2.1. Introduction to Topic Selection

2.2.2. Brainstorming & Mind Mapping

2.2.3. Creativity

2.2.4. Informative Topic Ideas

2.2.5. Persuasive Topic Ideas

2.3. Speech Organization

2.3.1. Parts of the Speech

2.3.2. Informative Patterns

2.3.3. Persuasive Patterns

2.3.4. Special Occasion Patterns

2.4. Speech Building

2.4.1. Preparation Outlines

2.4.2. Speaking Notes

2.4.3. Visual Aids

2.4.4. Aural Aids

 

3. Speech Support

3.1 Power of What

3.1.1. Supporting Materials

3.1.2. Research

3.1.3. Credibility

3.1.4. Plagiarism

3.2. Power of Words

3.2.1. Language

3.2.2. Words

3.2.3. Literary Devices

3.3. Power of Delivery

3.3.1. Verbal Delivery

3.3.2. Nonverbal Delivery

3.3.3. Location

3.3.4. Nervousness

3.3.5. Practicing Your Speech

3.3.6. Visualize

4. Speech Types

4.1. Informative Speeches

4.1.1. What are Informative Speeches?

4.1.2. Types of Informative Speeches

4.2. Persuasive Speeches

4.2.1. What is Persuasion?

4.2.2. Audiences and Persuasion

4.2.3. Types of Persuasion

4.2.4. Arguing for Change

4.2.5. Problem Solving

4.2.6. Reasoning

4.2.7. Fallacies

4.3. Special Occasion Speeches

4.3.1. What are Special Occasion Speeches?

4.3.2. Types of Special Occasion Speeches

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