Public Speaking

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Chapter 1 (pages 2-24) Chapter 2 (pages 34-41) Chapter 4 (pages 62-71) Chapter 5 (entire) Chapter 6 (pg. 96-112) Reply posts should be at least 150 words and should significantly further our discussion. Remember to do more than just agree or disagree. Support your ideas with details, examples, and quotes (cite your sources as well). Proper academic writing is expected. Be sure to include word counts at the end of each posting and response for maximum credit and to submit them. NOTE: Be certain to properly cite your sources and provide a bibliography in APA appropriate format. Need to reply to the following: Public speaking is vital to society nowadays. Most people use public speaking as a form of engagement to speak your mind while having an impact on society. Public speaking is a form of conversation that flows more fluidly. Conversation and public speaking are the same being as that both involve organizing your thoughts logically. When you speak in public and in a conversation you speak as to where your thoughts come across in a logical manner. Another similarity that public speaking and conversation share is the fact that you always always always tailor your conversation to the people who you are presenting or speaking to. For instance, instance if i was having a conversation with my boss I would speak in a professional form. Point is you always want to know you audience, that way you speak in a manner that captures them. Although public speaking and conversation share some similarities they also share some differences. The main one being that public speaking is heavily structured. When you are public speaking it’s almost no room for error you have to ensure that your points are in a uniformed manner and are presented as such. Unlike conversation public speaking comes with a time restriction. With this being said you have to make your points clear and to the point so that you capture the audience withing the time alloted. Another difference between public speaking and conversation, is the formal language required for speeches. In conversations we often talk in slang and broken English with conversation you have to speak in a formal manner so that you audience knows you are to be taken serious about the information that you are presenting to them. Conversation and conversation couldn’t be more different. However they are also the same on many levels. Through both we try to get our points across, but capturing our audience. As well, as presenting information to them that will help them to understand your point a little better. Society’s main focus of communication is conversation. Just a more laid back approach to public speaking. login details for ebook are as follows: https://myebooks.mheducation.com/ ask suport for login