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Semi-Public Speaking: How Virtual High School Debate Competition Increased Accessibility For Marginalized Students, Annie Goodson Nov 2023

Semi-Public Speaking: How Virtual High School Debate Competition Increased Accessibility For Marginalized Students, Annie Goodson

The Advocate

The advent of online learning in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic radically altered the landscape of modern education. While most research has examined the socio-emotional and academic impact of the shift to online school, far less attention has been given to its effect on extra-curricular activities. This article examines the ways in which virtual learning effected competitive high school debate, and how a transition to an entirely virtual debate format radically altered students’ and coaches’ experiences within the activity. Drawing on empirical studies and real-world experiences, this article underscores how virtual debate made the activity more accessible for historically …


The Elemental Kingdom - April 22, 2022, Carl P. Fictorie Dec 2022

The Elemental Kingdom - April 22, 2022, Carl P. Fictorie

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Speech presented at the dedication for The Elemental Kingdom art feature in the Science and Technology Center, April 22, 2022.


Public Speaking In A Pandemic: A Situational, Compensatory, And Resilient Undertaking, Joshua F. Hoops Mar 2022

Public Speaking In A Pandemic: A Situational, Compensatory, And Resilient Undertaking, Joshua F. Hoops

Basic Communication Course Annual

The introductory public speaking class includes topics such as audience analysis, credibility, organization, visual aids, and delivery. While the pedagogy I employ in this class tends to be very interactive and require a lot of group work, 2020 will forever be known as the year of the COVID-19 global pandemic, which produced social distancing, stay-at-home-orders, and mask wearing. This study examines the impacts of pandemic precautions on public speaking practice, specifically situational communication apprehension. In addition to recording my own observations throughout my face-to-face public speaking class, I also periodically interviewed students about their experience taking the course during a …


The Importance Of Developing Speaking Skills In Foreign Language Teaching And Its Problems, Muhayyo Alisherovna Khalikova Mar 2022

The Importance Of Developing Speaking Skills In Foreign Language Teaching And Its Problems, Muhayyo Alisherovna Khalikova

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

The content of the article - a new method of teaching foreign languages in our country in accordance with the recommendations of the European system of assessment of knowledge and skills of foreign language teachers, the use of advanced pedagogical technologies, interactive, innovative methods, communication tools in foreign language teaching requirements are to underestimate the importance of development. It is important to create textbooks for students of secondary schools and vocational colleges. One of the most controversial aspects of the problem of foreign language teaching is the methodology of testing and accounting for knowledge, skills and competencies, and their organization …


The Matters Of Translating The Figurative Language Devices Used By Alisher Navoi In Description Of Word, Language And Speech Ethics, Sevara Nematovna Fazildinova Jan 2022

The Matters Of Translating The Figurative Language Devices Used By Alisher Navoi In Description Of Word, Language And Speech Ethics, Sevara Nematovna Fazildinova

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

The current article represents the analysis of figurative language usage including literary devices simile, metaphor, and hyperbole in description of the word, language and speech ethics in the works of great poet Alisher Navoi. The principle objective of this research work is to analyze the degree of translation of literary devices and comparing the lingua stylistic peculiarities of the source and target language. Moreover, we have looked at some literary devices that reflect the linguistic and cultural characteristics in the original text and present the greatest difficulty in translation. The solution of translation problems of lingua-cultural nature is provided by …


Theoretical Grammar Of English And The Main Domains Of Language In It, Malika Mamaraimovna Tilavova Jan 2022

Theoretical Grammar Of English And The Main Domains Of Language In It, Malika Mamaraimovna Tilavova

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

This article covers many ideas related to the theoretical grammar of the English language. They are: Theoretical grammar is an analytical type of grammar that defines, analyzes, and evaluates different points of view about language phenomena, the structure and mechanisms of language activity, but gives no instructions and the purpose of theoretical grammar is to explain the rules, as opposed to the description of the rules, theoretical grammar and its relation to modern sciences, basic terms and concepts, concepts of language and speech, the main sections of this science are morphology and syntax, their main elements are about sound, morpheme, …


The Power Of Voice: Using Audio Podcasts To Teach Vocal Performance And Digital Communication, Amanda Hill Sep 2021

The Power Of Voice: Using Audio Podcasts To Teach Vocal Performance And Digital Communication, Amanda Hill

Journal of Communication Pedagogy

Today’s students often speak through mediated technologies. Thus, understanding how nonverbal cues impact meaning-making is key to understanding effective communication across mediums. This case study explores a group project where students created audio podcasts to teach others about a specific aspect of communication studies while considering the way sound and vocal performance affect the transference of the message. This article examines the use of audio podcasts as a vehicle for teaching university students about the power of paralinguistic and chronemic nonverbal behaviors.


The Near And Distant Discourse Towards Disasterle Discours Proche Et Lointain Envers La Catastrophe, Mohammed Alkhattib Aug 2021

The Near And Distant Discourse Towards Disasterle Discours Proche Et Lointain Envers La Catastrophe, Mohammed Alkhattib

BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior

Abstract: When it comes to talk about a disaster, it is not easy to maintain the objectivity and neutrality towards the event. Emotions can be very explicit, especially when the speaker is “related” to the people affected. “Related” with means kinship does not only mean being a member of one's family, but also of the same region, the same country, or even the same ethnic group. This research aims making a linguistic and discursive comparison between the discourse of two different cultures (Arab and Western) towards the catastrophe. We will take as an example, the disaster of the Jordanian school …


Approaching Students From Their Psychological Status In The Process Of Language Teaching, N. Shukurova Apr 2020

Approaching Students From Their Psychological Status In The Process Of Language Teaching, N. Shukurova

Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

There is a lot of work being done not only to teach a foreign language, but also to find and try new methods of teaching all subjects. This is one of the most important ssues for education today.


Flashback To 1985: The State Of Speech And Debate: A National Perspective, Richard G. Fawcett Aug 2019

Flashback To 1985: The State Of Speech And Debate: A National Perspective, Richard G. Fawcett

Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal

Since I left Minnesota to join the staff at the National Federation of State High School Associations as their speech and music coordinator in July 1978, a number of forces have impacted America’s high schools, high school activities programs, and more specifically, high school speech and debate activities. I should like to focus on some of these forces tracing their eventual impact on speech and debate programs.


Comparison Between Mexican And American Parentese: A Qualitative Case Study, Elayna S. Dyke Sep 2017

Comparison Between Mexican And American Parentese: A Qualitative Case Study, Elayna S. Dyke

Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato

This single case study examines possible cultural implications of the current definition of Parentese, also called caretaker speech, based on the personal accounts of a person who is bilingual in both English and Spanish. This case study was conducted in one interview in order to find possible differences in Parentese with the Spanish language in Mexican culture in contrast to Parentese in the English Language in American culture. The purpose of this study was to find if there were differences between parentese between these cultures, and in which ways they were different. According to the subject’s personal experiences within her …


A Rationale For Incorporating Dystopian Literature Into Introductory Speaking Courses, James P. Dimock, Chad Kuyper, Peggy Dimock Nov 2015

A Rationale For Incorporating Dystopian Literature Into Introductory Speaking Courses, James P. Dimock, Chad Kuyper, Peggy Dimock

Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal

Since Aristotle, teachers of public speaking have argued that an understanding of the audience’s beliefs, values, and assumptions about the world are the key to effective, persuasive speaking. All too often, however, public speaking courses either avoid audience analysis or focus on superficial details of the audience demographics. This paper makes the argument that by reading and discussing novels, students can develop an appreciation of their classmates as audience members and that dystopian fiction is especially well-suited to developing speech ideas that connect public speaking with the world outside the classroom. Teaching suggestions and lesson plans are included.


Training Hospital Readiness In Speech-Language Pathology Students Through Simulation, Anna Miles, Selena Donaldson, Philippa Friary Oct 2015

Training Hospital Readiness In Speech-Language Pathology Students Through Simulation, Anna Miles, Selena Donaldson, Philippa Friary

Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice

Simulated learning environments allow students to develop technical and clinical decision-making skills in a safe and realistic setting. The aim of this study was to evaluate speech-language pathology students’ perception of hospital readiness following a one-day simulation-based training day on swallowing management. Nineteen students attended the training day. Training included part-task skill learning and immersive simulated scenarios. Students were asked to complete course evaluation forms and participated in focus groups immediately after the day. Seven students participated in a further focus group after a five-week hospital placement within a month of the training day. Four students participated in a focus …


Grammar Confusion And Some Guidelines, Case J. Boot, John Struyk Dec 1974

Grammar Confusion And Some Guidelines, Case J. Boot, John Struyk

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