An Essential Guide to Public Speaking: Serving Your Audience With Faith, Skill, and Virtue (2nd Edition)
:Communication expert and popular speaker Quentin Schultze offers a practical, accessible, and inspiring guide to public speaking, showing readers how to serve their audiences with faith, skill, and virtue. This thoroughly rewritten and expanded four-color edition has been tested and...
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:Communication expert and popular speaker Quentin Schultze offers a practical, accessible, and inspiring guide to public speaking, showing readers how to serve their audiences with faith, skill, and virtue. This thoroughly rewritten and expanded four-color edition has been tested and revised with input from Christian undergraduates and contains new chapters on timely topics, such as speaking for video, conducting group presentations, and engaging society civilly. A complete public speaking textbook for Christian universities, it includes helpful sidebars, tips, and appendixes. Additional resources for students and professors are available through Textbook eSources.
Quentin Schultze (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is professor of communication arts and sciences at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A nationally known communications expert, Schultze is the author or coauthor of several books, including: High-Tech Worship?, Habits of the High-Tech Heart, Internet for Christians, Communicating for Life, Dancing in the Dark: Youth, Popular Culture, and the Electronic Media and most recently Understanding the Evangelical Media
- :<b>contents</b>foreword <i>by Martin&nbsp;j. Medhurst</i>introduction1. Speak To Serve2. Plan Neighbor-serving Speeches3. Conquer Speaking Fears4. Compose An Outline5. Speak Extemporaneously6. Anticipate Challenges And Opportunities7. Think Biblically8. Research The Topic And Audience9. Find And Evaluate Online Sources10. Be Trustworthy (ethos 1)11. Be Virtuous (ethos 2)12. Convey Ideas Passionately13. Speak To Inform Dramatically14. Tell Stories (mythos)15. Speak To Persuade Logically (logos)16. Speak To Persuade Emotionally (pathos)17. Share Special Moments18. Advocate For All Neighbors <i>by Amy King</i>19. Present In Groups <i>by Heidi Petak</i>20. Stage With Technology21. Speak Through Video <i>by Kathleen Sindorf</i>afterword <i>by Clifford&nbsp;g. Christians</i>appendix A: Checklist For Preparing A Speechappendix B: Plan Speeches With The Holy Spiritappendix C: Form For Evaluating Speechesappendix D: Speak From A Manuscript: Lessons From An Executive Speechwriter <i>by Karl Payton</i>