Analyses of Speeches. Below you will find several speeches that I have analyzed, in whole or in part.
To see a particular speech and read the analysis, just click the photograph of the relevant speaker. The speeches have been arranged by speaker in alphabetical order. If you are looking for a particular speaker, you can jump to the relevant letter by clicking on it below. Literary Theory and Schools of Criticism. Summary: This resource will help you begin the process of understanding literary theory and schools of criticism and how they are used in the academy.
Contributors:Allen Brizee, J. Case Tompkins, Libby Chernouski, Elizabeth BoyleLast Edited: 2015-08-17 03:07:05 Introduction. Body language. Can You Learn to Read People? I've been studying nonverbal communication for over 30 years, with a special emphasis on skill in nonverbal communication.
I've seen books and courses that purport to teach you how to read someone's body language "like a book. " Well, sorry to inform you that body language - nonverbal communication - is fantastically complex, and there is no dictionary that you can use to translate (or else Frommer's or Rosetta Stone would be selling them). Engelska 3.
2016 weekly news lesson archive. 11th August 2016: Two miles of beer: Bruges pipe dream becomes a realityEnough beer to fill 12,000 bottles an hour will soon be flowing in a pipeline under the medieval streets of the Belgian city.4th August 2016: What your eating habits say about youGiorgio Locatelli likes a bit of everything in each bite, while Yotam Ottolenghi compartmentalizes his plate.
How do you approach your dinner?
Onestopenglish Newsletter. Happy holidays to everyone taking a teaching break this summer!
For all of you continuing to work hard, why not check out our summer school resources collection? Or try Business Top Trumps for some light relief while teaching intensive business courses? Hot off the press: this month we're also bringing you a brand-new news lesson!