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The Model United Nations Simulation: 7 Tips To Better Your Performance

Simulations offer students an opportunity to learn from firsthand experience. This sort of experiential learning allows students to apply and test what they learn in their textbooks, and often helps to increase students’ understanding of the subtleties of theories or concepts and … Continue reading

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How to Teach MUN: Country Research

When you and your students register for a Model UN conference, one of the first pieces of information you’ll receive from the conference organizers is your country assignment. This information also tells you what committees you’re in and what topics … Continue reading

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How to Teach Model UN: Current Events, Israel-Palestine, and UN Membership

The news is full of teachable moments. For teachers, every day and every story is a lesson you can use to teach your students something new about the world. For example; a conflict as old as the UN itself: Israel-Palestine. In … Continue reading

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Speeches That Echo Throughout #History

How best to use the speeches in this book? There is no one “best” way to benefit from the material in this book. As a point of departure, read each speech. Read them silently and read them aloud. Then read … Continue reading

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#PublicSpeaking: What #Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! #ASMSG #IAN1 #IARTG #edchat

To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In this book, I share my story, from … Continue reading

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#FREE For 24 Hours: Public Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! [Kindle Edition]

Book Description Publication Date: September 11, 2013 To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In … Continue reading

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New Release! Public Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! #Paperback

http://bit.ly/1e7zrld To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In this book, I share my story, … Continue reading

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#Public #Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking!

Pre-Launch Phase: #Public #Speaking What Amazing Nonsense you Are Talking! pic.twitter.com/VQUl8bm2zz — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) September 11, 2013 To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Where do you learn to speak in public?

Socrates: “But perhaps Rhetoric has been getting too roughly handled by us, and she might answer: What amazing nonsense you are talking! As if I forced any man to learn to speak in ignorance of the truth! Whatever my advice … Continue reading

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Public Speaking: Speech Organization & Preparation

Imagine that a good friend of yours is going to speak in public, and s/he has come to you for advice. Obviously, you recommend that they prepare what they are going to say very carefully. In fact, you advise them … Continue reading

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