The Art Of Public Speaking

The Art Of Public Speaking

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Containing exercises, checklists, worksheets, evaluation forms, and other materials, this workbook gives students additional assistance with all the major elements of effective speechmaking. Instructors teaching online classes have found it highly valuable, but it has become staple in many traditional classes as well.

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