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The Junior Speech Arts 1934, Alice Evelyn Craig
Published by MacMillan Company
Hardcover 8x5.5 inches Weighs 1 pound 7 ounces.
Condition: Good.
Red cloth boards have gold decoration and text at front cover. Also decoration and text on spine.
Pages are clean, this is a solid sturdy well built book.
Endpapers show mild foxing and age. Former high school library, Presidio Jr High. Neatly placed school logo stamp inside back cover and top edge stamped.
Covers are lightly blemished. Spine is sunned. Edges are bumped and lightly fraying.

PREFACE
Many calls have come from educators for a book on speech
suitable for pupils of junior high school age. The Junior Speech
Arts has been written to meet this demand.
The importance of the subject of speech in the high school
curriculum is no longer under controversy. Every pupil who has
the advantage of a speech course evidences immediately, both
in his school recitations and in his outside social relationships,
the results of his training.
The various speech arts set forth in this book are presented from
the pupils' standpoint. The exercises are formed to meet their
definite needs. All explanations, advice, and suggestions are
worded in simple phraseology so that the young people may
readily understand both the theory and the practice of the
different forms of speech work. The reading selections are
varied and of the kind that appeal to young people of the junior
high school age. The topics for talks are of present-day, vital
interest. They have been chosen from among the general sub­
jects in which young people of today are interested. For this
reason they will serve to prompt the pupil to give talks of en­
lightening value before his student audiences. Any reference
work necessitated by a special type of talk will be of the kind
easily perused by the individual pupil, with perhaps a little aid
from the school librarian.
The general aims of a speech course are shown in the following
summary:
AIMS OF A SPEECH COURSE
I. To develop in character: self-confidence, poise, initiative,
individuality

The Junior Speech Arts 1934, Alice Evelyn Craig, Education, learning, Theatre, Acting Antique school Book

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