Competitive Speaking: A Guide for Preparing and Winning High School and College Speaking Event Competitions

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Thousands of students in middle school, high school, and college compete in speaking events every year through their student organizations. This guide will show students, parents, and advisers a way to successfully plan and win in these events! The events covered are public speaking, job interview, impromptu or extemporaneous speaking, team or individual presentations, and many others. More

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About Sam Lester

I was raised on a farm in south Georgia and grew up to become a teacher at Central Georgia Technical College. I have been there for twenty years and now serve as the Director for Professional Development. I live in Warner Robins with my wife Amanda and three sons: Marshall, Lewis, and Eli. Marshall has gone on to graduate from Houston County High School and splits time between his mother's house and mine. He is working now but plans to save his money and get back into college and pursue Radiology.


Review by: Sophitags ALB on Oct. 14, 2014 :
If any student EVER asks the question, "How DO I get ready for this event?", then you should refer to this book. The perspective from which it is written offers examples of what to do, how to do it and how someone "did it wrong." This is an easy, yet informative read. It is a wonderfully constructed map on how to prepare for competitive speaking events!
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