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Are there factors that influence it? Is it anything like reading? Can it be taught? Can it be measured? Listening has been identified as important in man's life. His use of language is dependent on it. As a baby he listens to and imitates what he hears. Thus is begun his comprehension of his human ability to formulate hears. Thus is begun his comprehension of his human ability to formulate and express oral symbols. In school the child listens for instructions and thereby learns to perform. A person listens for entertainment.
Your instructor may wish to lecture further on these concepts, or on others of his choosing. The class may decide to do oral reports oral reports term papers on these topics or other. It is yours to decide. This handbook is designed primarily as a manual to assist you in preparing and presenting your speeches and oral readings. The Basic Behaviour of Speech What Happens When We Speak? The Speech Act : The term speech refers to the behaviour or act of speaking. When normal, the act of speech is a total bodily response to a speaking situation of some kind.
As the secular schools developed during the Renaissance, they offered a curriculum which included rhetoric, but the instruction centered on the use of language. By the eighteenth century the pendulum of man's participation in the affairs of his times had again swung toward democracy. In England men were once again allowed to speak out. The schools took up the challenge and taught speech making. Three great writers offered tests: Campbell Blair, and Whately. But, at almost the same, point in history, just as these men were encouraging sound argument, direct communication influential, and imposing: the Elocutionists.
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