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Public Speaking Resources for Speakers, Coaches, Instructors, and Students


Public Speaking Resources for Instructors and Coaches Public Speaking Resources for Speakers and Students
Provide detailed online feedback comments about live or online speeches using the Speech Evaluator, the free online speech evaluation tool.
Ask your peers to give you detailed online feedback comments about your live or online speeches using the Speech Evaluator, the free online speech evaluation tool.
Ask your students and clients to provide detailed online comments about each others' live or online speeches using the Speech Evaluator.
Provide your peers with detailed feedback comments about their live or online speeches using the Speech Evaluator.
Rate speakers and rate speeches on content, delivery, visuals, and overall.
Rate speakers and rate speeches on content, delivery, visuals, and overall.
Ask your students and clients to rate speakers, rate speeches, and rate each other on content, delivery, visuals, and overall.
Ask your peers to rate your speeches on content, delivery, visuals, and overall.
Let your students generate public speaking topics from a database of thousands of topics and hundreds of thousands of subtopics.
Generate public speaking topics from a database of thousands of topics and hundreds of thousands of subtopics.
Time your students' speeches and have your students them time themselves using the free public speaking timer.
Time your speeches using the free public speaking timer.
Generate and download free public speaking evaluation forms.
Generate and download free public speaking evaluation forms.
Download free public speaking outline templates for your students and clients.
Download free public speaking outline templates for your speeches.
Show your students the speech walking and movement patterns.
Learn speech walking and movement patterns.
Provide your students with valuable information about speech and debate.
Read valuable information about speech and debate.

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