This book helps students to identify and analyze the ethical and social responsibility of communicators; to identify the components of the communication process and their functions; to explain the importance of effective communication skills in personal, professional, and social contexts; to recognize audience as an important element in building responsible communication skills and to realize the importance and impact of both verbal and nonverbal communication.
Describes how to research, organize, write, and deliver different kinds of speeches and discusses related forms of communication such as debates, oral interpretation, and radio.
Glencoe Speechis an introductory speech text for high school students. The text covers the full range of speech topics, from different types of interpersonal communication to preparing and presenting speeches to debate and parliamentary procedure, making it a good fit for all introductory speech classes. Glencoe Speechis authored by three leading high school speech teachers and debate coaches - Randall McCutcheon, James Shaeffer, and Joe Wycoff - and provides you with the most effective techniques and strategies for teaching speech/communication. Features include interviews with real people from a variety of occupations who describe how communication is involved in day to day activities. Glencoe Speechis an ideal text for both college prep and students making their way into the world of work.
Glencoe Speech introduces students to the speech and communication skills that will benefit them forever. - Covers a wide range of topics including debate, presentations, interpersonal skills, nonverbal communication, interviewing, and speeches - Prepare the future workforce for success with exercises and tips from real professionals from a variety of occupations - Enhance lessons and bring the text to life with the Communication Video Library - Motivate students with strong examples from their peers with selections from the Great Student Speeches booklet
Journalism Matters is designed to introduce your students into the world of working journalists. Every section of this engaging textbook will help prepare your students for the challenges of school newspapers, magazines, yearbooks, even television and radio programs. The theme of Journalism Matters is the ethical responsibility that journalists hold in today's multicultural community. This comprehensive text will give your students a broad overview of news media with rewarding activities and compelling examples.
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