Improvement of eloquent skills in rhetoric lectures
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From ancient times to the present day, the role of rhetoric has changed because social, political, economic, and even legislative environment was changing as well determining the formation of different public speaking. However, the main peculiarities of rhetoric remained unchanged. Therefore, the role of the speaker has changed as well. Despite this fact, the significance of public speaking did not degrade; on the contrary, it has increased and almost became a daily activity. Students studying rhetoric in the program of Law and pre-trial process are required to fulfil the main needs including overcoming the fear of speaking in front of the audience and lack of confidence determined by doubts on linguistic correctness and expression. Frequent tasks of speaking in front of the audience on different topics help students to decrease the distrust, while frequent practice habituate them to peculiarities of public speaking and help to overcome difficulties.
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