How to Speak, how to Listen
Macmillan, 1983 - 280 páginas
Briefly describes the need for communicating and treats the art of rhetoric, "sales talk," lecturing, and other types of instructive speech. Explains preparation and delivery of speech, with examples, including three essential factors of persuasion: ethos, pathos, and logos.
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It does not occur unless the reader's or listener's mind reaches out to catch what is in the mind of the writer or speaker . This has been directed to the reader or listener through the medium of written or spoken words .
The listener , like the reader , must detect these and highlight them in his mind , separating them from all the contextual remarks that are interstitial , transitional , or merely elaborative and amplifying Like a written document ...
on the part of a reader . You do not have to keep your eyes open to listen , but this you must do to give at least the appearance of reading . You can be completely passive with your eyes closed and with your mind turned off and still ...
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Review: How to Speak How to ListenComentário do usuário - Trae Johnson - Goodreads
The author provides many helpful tips on speaking and listening well, differentiating and explaining the different kinds of speaking and listening and what should be involved. He reminds the reader ... Ler resenha completa
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