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Speechcraft

Author: Laura D. Hahn
Publisher: University of Michigan Press/ESL
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Practice to assist students with pronunciation and communication

Speech Craft

Author: Joshua Gunn
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
ISBN: 9780312644888
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With its distinctive personality and contemporary edge, Joshua Gunn's new introduction to public speaking, Speech Craft, engages students in the speechmaking process like no other textbook available. No matter if students are giving a toast or are speaking to inform or to persuade, Speech Craft's emphasis on the idea of speechmaking as community-building will help students connect public speaking to their own lives and find ways to make meaningful and ethical connections with their audiences. Speech Craft gets to the root of public speaking with purpose by opening students' eyes to the power of speech in our world and speaking for change. Its unique chapter, Speaking for Social Change, strikes a realistic yet hopeful note about speech as the ultimate advocacy and civic engagement tool. A new book for a new generation, Speech Craft is supported by a robust and powerful digital package that will make teaching and of-the-moment feedback a life-changing process for instructors and students. Speech Craft brings a passion for public speaking into the classroom at an affordable price.

Loose Leaf Version For Speech Craft

Author: Joshua Gunn
Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education
ISBN: 1319064647
Size: 63.66 MB
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With its distinctive personality and contemporary edge, Joshua Gunn's new introduction to public speaking, Speech Craft, engages students in the speech making process like no other textbook available. No matter if students are giving a toast or are speaking to inform or to persuade, Speech Craft's emphasis on the idea of speechmaking as community-building will-help students connect public speaking to their own lives and find ways to make meaningful and ethical connections with their audiences. Speech Craft gets to the root of public speaking with purpose by opening students eyes to the power of speech in our world and speaking for change. Its unique chapter, Speaking for Social Change, strikes a realistic yet hopeful note aboutspeech as the ultimate advocacy and civic engagement tool. A new book for a new generation, Speech Craft is supported by a robust and powerful digital package that will make teaching and of-the-moment feedback a life changing process for instructors and students. Speech Craft brings a passion for public speaking into the classroom at an affordable price.

Speechcraft

Author: Brent C. Oberg
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
ISBN: 9781566080064
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Speechcraft is a Meriwether Publishing publication.

An Outline Of English Speech Craft

Author: William Barnes
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519538130
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"An Outline of English Speech-craft" from William Barnes. English writer, poet, Church of England minister, and philologist (1801 - 1886).

The Tenth Muse

Author: Cary H. Plotkin
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 9780809314881
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With authority and sensitivity Plotkin traces the close relationship between Hopkins’s poetry and the theories of language suggested in his Journals and expounded by Victorian philologists such as Max Müller and George Marsh. Plotkin seeks to determine what changed Hopkins’s perception of language between the writing of such early poems as "The Habit of Perfection" and "Nondum" (1866) and his creation of The Wreck of the Deutschland (1875–76). Did the language of the ode, and of Hopkins’s mature poetry generally, arise as spontaneously as it appears to have done, or does it have a traceable genesis in the ways in which language as a whole was conceived and studied in mid-century England? In answer, Plotkin fixes the development of Hopkins’s singular poetic language in the philological context of his time. If one is to understand Hopkins’s writings and poetic language in the context in which they developed rather than in the terms of a present-day theory of history or textuality, then that movement in all of its complexity must be considered. Hopkins "translates" into the language of poetry patterns and categories common to Victorian language study.