Rosenhan experiment Rosenhan's study was done in two parts. The first part involved the use of healthy associates or "pseudopatients" (three women and five men, including Rosenhan himself) who briefly feigned auditory hallucinations in an attempt to gain admission to 12 different psychiatric hospitals in five different states in various locations in the United States. All were admitted and diagnosed with psychiatric disorders. VIDEO: CC Licensed student example speeches These students volunteered to share their speeches with a Creative Commons license. Drew Lawson demonstrating wakeboarding – CC BY Corry Jaynes demonstrating his tips for customer service.
Exploring the Art of Rhetoric STEVE EMBER: Welcome to THIS IS AMERICA in VOA Special English. I’m Steve Ember. SHIRLEY GRIFFITH: And I’m Shirley Griffith. Gifts of Speech - S Dr. Nafis Sadik -- Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund Patricia Schroeder -- Former Congresswoman/President and CEO Association of American Publishers Alarming Ring by Meng Fandi Alarming Ring Ring is a vibrating alarm designed for people who hate the loud blaring sounds of a typical alarm. The charging cradle is where you set what time you want each ring to go off. Are You A Good Listener? Being a good listener is an essential skill that all people could probably work on. Need some more ideas about how to improve your own listening skills? Start with: 9 Things Good Listeners Do Differently.
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Simple mechanisms explained Email Below you’ll find animated diagrams and explanations of how various mechanisms work. Some of these have been crucial to major evolutions in mechanisms and technology, and allow us to do anything from fire weaponry to make cars move with the press of a pedal. Maltese Cross mechanism powers second hand movement in the clock: Radial engines are used in aircraft.
How to use rhetoric to get what you want - Camille A. Langston Aristotle, the student of Plato, taught first in Plato’s Academy and then tutored Alexander the Great, and finally established his Athenian philosophical school the Lyceum. The Lyceum is an amazing place to visit. Watch this video to learn more about the its remains here. In the fourth century BC, Aristotle compiled several of his lectures, two of which he wrote when he taught in Plato’s Academy and two later when teaching in his Lyceum, into the treatise, Rhetoric, which he used as a text. His teaching method differed from others; Aristotle was a peripatetic lecturer, which means he walked around as he spoke with his students instead of standing in the front of a room.
Social Location Maps and Identity Monologues Sara Krulwich/The New York TimesNajla Said performing “Palestine” at the Fourth Street Theater.Go to related article » Overview | What is identity and where does it come from? How can we convey our identities with others? In this lesson, students map their social locations, reflect on their identities and the dramatic purpose of monologue, and craft speeches that explore defining aspects of their lives. Materials | Student journals, large sheets of plain paper, handouts, projection equipment (optional). Warm-Up | Before class, prepare to introduce students to the concept of “social location.”
Music - Musical Temperaments and Ratios - Phonature Technology Building Guitar Chords : Worked example Local copy, original at www.phonature.com Introduction The fingering for different guitar chords is one of the biggest mysteries in guitar playing. Even with a chord dictionary of a thousand chords, you might still fail to find certain chords. The spiral shaped Mathematical Cochlea scale gives the whole picture of which string is responsible for which tones. Introversion Scale Personal Report of Public Speaking Anxiety (PRPSA) This was the first scale we developed in our work on communication apprehension. It is highly reliable (alpha estimates >.90) but it focuses strictly on public speaking anxiety. Hence, we moved on to develop the PRCA and ultimately the PRCA-24. This is an excellent measure for research which centers on public speaking anxiety, but is an inadequate measure of the broader communication apprehension construct.