This book is designed to help all who wish to improve their understanding and skill in communicating with others. But, more specifically, it is designed for college students who are taking an introductory speech communication course to learn about communication principles, public speaking, and interpersonal and group communication. With this audience in mind, I have drawn on over twenty years of my experience working with students and colleagues, both as a teach and as the director of a beginning course in speech communication, to create a book that will help students develop practical skills that will serve them throughout their lives.BEAT medium speed 2 minutes, or 300 strokes by hand. BAKE 35 to 40 ... A simple activity like baking a cake requires organization a if you want the cake to taste good, that is. For example, the ... This is similar to selecting a topic for a speech.
|Title||:||Introduction to Speech Communication|
|Author||:||William J. Seiler|
|Publisher||:||Scott Foresman - 1988-01|