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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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#Public #Speaking Terrifies Me: 25 AWESOME PUBLIC SPEAKING QUOTES

25 AWESOME PUBLIC SPEAKING QUOTES Source: The Big Fish Public speaking is the number one fear in America. Death is number two. (Die, and it is over, once and for all; speak in public, and you die a thousand deaths). … Continue reading

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Socrates: “I Am A … Citizen of the World”

I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world. — Socrates — Ed Coburn (@EdwardJCoburn) September 14, 2013 Being a “Citizen of the world” is a big responsibility. The term implies that you have a … Continue reading

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Twitter / profesortbaker: Pre-Launch Phase: #Public …

Pre-Launch Phase: #Public #Speaking What Amazing Nonsense you Are Talking! pic.twitter.com/VQUl8bm2zz — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) September 11, 2013 See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program EdCamp Santiago‘s insight: Pre-Launch Phase: #Public #Speaking What #Amazing #Nonsense you Are #Talking! pic.twitter.com/VQUl8bm2zz  DEDICATION   … 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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The Department of Public Speaking: Innovation From The Past & Adaptable to The Present

Department of Public Speaking Author(s): F. M. Blanchard Source: The School Review, Vol. 13, No. 1 (Jan., 1905), pp. 75-76 Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1075553 . Accessed: 08/09/2013 You are about to read a report … Continue reading

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Dale Carnegie: “The Purpose of Public Speaking”

“Your purpose is to make your audience see what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt.” — http://t.co/KRS3Aejz6r — John Zimmer (@ZimmerJohn) June 5, 2013 I put the search term “public speaking” in to a google search … Continue reading

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The Game of Lies I Learned Long Ago: A Day in A Conversation Class

The game of lies I learned long ago. The teacher walked into the room, smiled, and told us she had two stories to tell us. “Cool”, I thought to myself. “I like stories.” Lise Bell, my CELTA teacher, then proceeded … Continue reading

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Integrated Learning: #Writing #Reading #Speaking #Listening #Grammar

Writing and reading are invariably connected, most people would agree. Yet adding grammar to the mix is bound to be contentious. Grammar is not neutral. All through the ages of man, there have been those who spurned it, found it … Continue reading

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English Language Teachers: Get your Free copy of ELTmag, Issue 2!

Issue 2 of ELTmag is now online at http://www.ELTmag.com. This issue contains practical teaching ideas from teachers around the world – Spain, Britain, Austria, Iran, New Zealand and Chile – including well-known authors Russell Stannard, Charlie Hadfield, Jamie Keddie , … Continue reading

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