Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guide by Michael HostetlerAdvanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guide by Michael Hostetler

Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guide

byMichael Hostetler, Mary Kahl

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Debuting in its first edition,Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guideis a comprehensive textbook designed to teach, model, and serve as a speech-making reference for upper level undergraduate students. This advanced, student-engagement focused, and flexible text offers students opportunities to increase their speaking abilities across a variety of more specific and complex contexts.

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Michael J. Hostetler, St. John's UniversityMary L. Kahl, State University of New York
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Title:Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 9 × 7.3 × 0.5 inPublished:October 7, 2011Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205740014

ISBN - 13:9780205740017

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Why Advanced Public Speaking?  Preface for Instructors  Unit I: Speaking Situations  1  The Speech of Introduction  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Praise and Blame  Examples  Introductory Remarks at SIPA-World Leaders Forum by Lee C. Bollinger  Introduction of President Clinton by Gen. Colin Powell  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  2  Opinion Give and Take  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Logos  Examples  Debate on the DTV Delay Act by Reps. Cliff Stearns, Jim Matheson, Michael N. Castle, and Sheila Jackson-Lee  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  3  Proposals  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Kairos  Example  RUPCO Proposal  by Joan Lawrence-Bauer  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  4  Civic Persuasive Appeals  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Artistic Proof  Example  Statement on Term Limits by Christine C. Quinn  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  5  Eulogies  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Decorum  Examples  Eulogy for Princess Diana by Ninth Earl Spencer  Eulogy for Glen E. Hostetler by Michael J. Hostetler  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  6  Crisis Speeches  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Ethos  Example  Attempted Terrorist Act on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 by President Obama  Prepared Testimony to Congress by Akio Toyoda  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  7  Technical Briefings  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Inartistic Proof  Examples  The Status of the War and Political Developments in Iraq by Gen. David Patraeus  Reentry of U.S. Satellite by James Jeffrey, Gen. James Cartwright and Michael Griffin  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  8  Lectures  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Knowledge and Eloquence  Examples  Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell  Faith, Reason and the University: Memories and Reflection by Pope Benedict XVI  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  Unit II: Speaking Processes  9  Speaking from Manuscript  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Writing and Speaking  Example Address Presented to the National Religious Broadcasters by C. Everett Koop  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  10  Storytelling  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Pathos  Example  Statement to the Credentials Committee by Fannie Lou Hamer  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  11  On Camera Speaking  Assignment and Commentary  Classical Concept: Audiences  Example:  Reference to Richard Nixon's Checkers Speech  Discussion Starters and Bibliography  Appendix: Public Speaking Redux