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by Noah F. Modisett

eBook Speaking Publicly download ISBN: 0808732609
Author: Noah F. Modisett
Publisher: Burgess Publishing Company; 1st edition (1984)
Language: English
Pages: 272
ePub: 1849 kb
Fb2: 1637 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

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Published by Burgess Pub. Co, 1979. Bibliographic Details. Title: Speaking clearly: The basics of voice and. Publisher: Burgess Pub. ISBN 10: 0808739492, ISBN 13: 9780808739494. View all copies of this book. Co Publication Date: 1979 Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Good.

Most people are familiar with the name Noah Webster as the father of the American Dictionary, a book that we all grew .

Most people are familiar with the name Noah Webster as the father of the American Dictionary, a book that we all grew up with and still use today. Webster wanted to make sure, however, that all Americans were speaking the same words, and spelling them and pronouncing them the same way. This would be the unifying force that would connect a country that already at that time was linguistically and ethnically diverse.

Public Speaking Reference.

While most public-speaking books and courses rehash the mechanics of public speaking, this book provides a rare insight into the psychology of public speaking. For example, you may have heard that public speaking is people’s number one fear in life

While most public-speaking books and courses rehash the mechanics of public speaking, this book provides a rare insight into the psychology of public speaking. For example, you may have heard that public speaking is people’s number one fear in life. It turns out, most people are usually not afraid of public speaking at all; it’s public judgment that they most fear.

Everyone is scared of public speaking. This book has nothing directly to do with public speaking. I’m including it because it’s really, really good at helping you create higher quality storylines for your talking points. I get it. I said no to every request I got for 5 years, until I got guilted into my first gig. And if I’d sucked as much as I’d imagined (we all think we can’t be public speakers), I would have happily packed it in. But I was awesome. That’s not self-congratulatory bullshit, it’s the truth. The book contains 99 explanations of psychology concepts, each of which will make you think a little differently about your own experiences.

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"This book was written especially for the Speech I students at Los Angeles City College."