Overview Speaking Situations (Modules in speech communication)

  • 46 Pages
  • 4.84 MB
  • English
Pearson Education Limited
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The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL7859765M
ISBN 100574225307
ISBN 139780574225306

Every speaking situation can be described in three different dimensions. The first is the physical location in which the speech is being delivered. The second dimension details the speaking tools available in that location, and the final dimension of any speaking situation is the speakers Size: KB.

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To find your way around an English-speaking country, you need to master many different communicative situations, such as going shopping, introducing yourself, making calls, expressing your opinion and many more.

Often, these everyday situations are the ones which are especially challenging. Many times you might miss the appropriate vocabulary and just be lost for words.

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Nevertheless, you cannot hit a target unless you know what it is. Thus, the final portion of this chapter is devoted to an overview of eleven speaking competencies which we consider to be the standards for evaluating a variety of presentations at every level of mastery.

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Description: Speaking is the productive skill in the oral mode. It, like the other skills, is more complicated than it seems at first and involves more than just pronouncing words. There are three kinds of speaking situations in which we find ourselves: 1.

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Contributing factors include the speaker talking quickly, background noise, a lack of visual clues (such as on the telephone), the listener’s limited vocabulary, a lack of knowledge of .Monster spoke with several experts to find books that offer public speaking tips that address a variety of common challenges, and the types of situations you may need to prepare for.

Pair one of these books with plenty of practice and you’ll be set—whether you’re talking in front of a group of investors or delivering a keynote.Welcome to Practice Reading & Speaking. The aim of this book is to teach the reading and fluent pronunciation of English words to children and adults regardless of their level of education, ability or nationality.

It also contains a simple guide to written English for school, home or work.