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  • 演讲的艺术2012(第10版)(中国版)(附CD-ROM光盘1张)[平装]
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  • 作者:斯蒂文·E.卢卡斯(StephenE.Lucas)(作者)
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(2010年4月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787560092393,978756009239301

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    《演讲的艺术2012(第10版)(中国版)》具有以下特色:系统介绍英语演讲的原则、方法与技巧,理论与实例相结合,结构清晰,语言生动。内容与练习充分考虑国内演讲教学需要,选材丰富,循序渐进,便于教学,易于掌握。通过有效的指导与各类启发思考的任务,提高学生在交流中的文化意识、创新精神与思辨能力。新增竞技性演讲章节,评析国内演讲大赛实例,讲解参赛技巧。提供演讲视频与学习资源CD-ROM光盘,并推荐精选资源网站。配套教师用书,补充丰富教学资源,提供有效教学指导。
    《演讲的艺术》是大学英语演讲课程的首选教材和大学通识课程的推荐教材,也是学习者参加演讲赛事、提高演讲水平、培养国际视野、提升综合素养的必备参考书。

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    我劝年轻的学子多多训练您的口才,每时每刻善用您的语言技能,为您带来无比的成功。
      ——陈香梅
    Not only will skills of English public speaking be crucialt0 your Personal success in a world shaped by globalization, they will be Vital to China's Success as it competes with Other nations of the world in the 21st century.
      ——Stephen E. Lucas

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    作者:(美国)斯蒂文?E.卢卡斯(Stephen E.Lucas)

    斯蒂文?E.卢卡斯教授,是演讲学领域的国际权威学者,也是演讲与交流艺术的实践者。卢卡斯教授为中国英语演讲学习者“量身定制”的《演讲的艺术》(中国版)既保留了原书精髓,又融入了中国特色,更具实用性与适用性。

    目录

    1. Introduction to public speaking
    CHAPTER 1 Speaking in Public
    CHAPTER 2 Speaking Confidently and Ethically
    CHAPTER 3 Giving Your First Speech
    2.Speech preparation: getting started
    CHAPTER 4 Selecting a Topic and a Purpose
    CHAPTER 5 Analyzing the Audience
    CHAPTER 6 Supporting Your Ideas
    3.Speech preparation: organizing and outlining
    CHAPTER 7 Organizing the Body of the Speech
    CHAPTER 8 Beginning and Ending the Speech
    CHAPTER 9 Outlining the Speech
    4. Presenting the speech
    CHAPTER 10 Using Language
    CHAPTER 11 Delivering the Speech
    CHAPTER 12 Using Visual Aids
    5.Varieties of public speaking
    CHAPTER 13 Speaking to Inform
    CHAPTER 14 Speaking to Persuade
    CHAPTER 15 Speaking on Special Occasions
    CHAPTER 16 Speaking in Competitions
    APPENDIX Speeches for Appreciation and Analysis

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    Whenever you quote someone directly, you must attribute the words to that person.Suppose you are giving a speech on Malcolm X, the famous African-American leader ofthe 1960s. While doing your research, you run across the following passage from BrucePerry's acclaimed biography, Malcolm: The Life of the Man Who Changed Black America:
    Malcolm X fathered no legislation. He engineered no stunning Supreme Court victories orpolitical campaigns. He scored no major electoral triumphs. Yet because of the way he articulatedhis followers' grievances and anger, the impact he had upon the body politics was enormous.
    This is a fine quotation that summarizes the nature and importance of Malcolm'simpact on American politics. It would make a strong addition to your speech——as longas you acknowledge Perry as the author. The way to avoid plagiarism in this instanceis to introduce Perry's statement by saying something like.