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Exam Skills: 3 tips about learning styles
 
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What's your learning style? We all have a learning style which we feel most familiar with. However, by examining this style, we can often find ways of making learning more effective. For more, visit our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/english-you-need/unit-2/session-1 Transcript Rob We all have a learning style which we feel most familiar with. However, by examining this style, we can often find ways of making learning more effective. Have you ever thought about what your preferred learning style may be? When you last learned something, either formally or informally, did you enjoy and benefit from the experience? If not, why didn't you enjoy it? How could you improve your learning experience? Maybe you're someone who feels you must see and write down what you are trying to learn before you remember it – or maybe you're someone who quietly absorbs information? Do you always need a teacher to hold your hand as you learn? Let's hear about some learners' experiences… Student 1 "I like to be in a relaxed, informal environment - a small mixed group." Student 2 "I like to feel that I can ask the teacher to repeat explanations or words without any feeling of anxiety or that I have failed or am irritating the teacher." Working in a small group or asking a teacher to repeat explanations help those students learn. Now think about how you learn best… Admit you have a learning style and think about how you can develop this. Identify your learning style or styles. Take a risk – try another style, it may work better for you! Learning effectively puts you on the right path to exam success. Good luck with your studies.
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Writing Letters: formal & informal English
 
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A letter to your friend and a cover letter for a job application are written very differently. Whether you work in business or are taking the general IELTS or CELPIP test, knowing the difference between informal and formal writing is a skill you should have. Watch this writing lesson, take our quiz, and check out our resource page to become a better writer. - Use the resource: http://www.engvid.com/english-resource/formal-informal-english/ - Take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/writing-letters-formal-informal-english/ http://www.engvid.com/ TRANSCRIPT: Hello, my name is Emma, and in today's lesson we are going to learn about writing. What kind of writing? Writing letters. Okay? So this is important for people who work in business. It's also important for people who like to write letters to their friends maybe or to their grandparents in English. Also, it is very... It is a very useful video for anyone who is taking the general IELTS test. So if you're taking not academic, but general, this is an important video. And also, if you plan to immigrate to Canada and you want to do the Canadian immigration test which is called: "the CELPIP", this video is also... It will also be useful and helpful to you. Okay? So let's get started. What do I mean by "formal" and "informal"? "Informal" means something you would write to your friends, something you would write to your parents, - well, probably your parents unless you're afraid of your parents, then you might be more formal -, your classmates, your coworkers. Okay? So this is... It means it's not formal; it's for people you know well. On the other hand, "formal" English we use with strangers, we use with our boss, in the workplace, we use it in these different ways. So it's the English you really have to think about, whereas informal is kind of the relaxed English. So relaxed, serious. Okay? So, sometimes you will have to write a letter formally, maybe to your boss or your company, other times maybe you're on holiday and you want to write a letter to your friend, you'll use informal English. So what is the difference? Let's see. Informal English uses contractions. What are contractions? "Didn't", "wouldn't", "couldn't", "haven't", "hasn't". So if you see a verb with an apostrophe and then a "t", that is a contraction. Okay? It's very important to know this because in formal writing, you don't use contractions. "Didn't" would be: "Did not". I can write that for you. "Did not". Couldn't: could not, haven't: have not, can't: cannot. Okay? So that's one major difference. Another major difference between formal and informal writing is the use of idioms; the use of certain expressions. If I'm writing to my friend, maybe I'll say: "Oh, you know, I've been very under the weather lately." Meaning: I've been very sick. If I'm writing to my boss, I won't use idioms. If I'm writing a formal letter, I will not use idioms. Those aren't good to use in formal writing. Phrasal verbs, this is another thing we find in informal writing. What is a phrasal verb? It's a verb that has a preposition. Okay? So, for example: "find out", "find" is a verb, "out" is the preposition. "Go" is the verb, "up" is the preposition. So the... The preposition adds a different meaning to the verb. Phrasal verbs are very difficult to learn; we have so many of them in English. My students have told me phrasal verbs are one of the hardest parts of learning English, but it's possible, you can do it.
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The BEST British Street Slang
 
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In this lesson, you will be introduced to English street slang, an informal kind of vocabulary that is common among young people in the UK. This kind of speech can often be overheard in conversations on the streets of London, on public transit, and in movies. These words and expressions are not appropriate to use in polite conversation, but they are fun to learn and useful to know in order to understand popular culture. In this video, you will learn the meaning of "pattymouth", "sket", "blud", "wagan", and many more. Do you know any street slang words that I don't mention? Watch this video, and comment below! Take the quiz at http://ww.engvid.com/british-street-slang/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Jade, yeah? And today, I'm going to tell you about the real London accent. Yeah? Because that's where I'm from. And, like, we don't talk, like, how you learn it in your textbooks. You know what I'm saying? We talk like we're from the street. We talk in a different way. So what I'm telling you today is some words that, like, people like me speak with. So we're going to look at this accent. Sometimes, I'm going to speak in my normal accent, but I'm going to do this accent a lot here because this is what I'm talking about. So this accent, sometimes, like, those clever people, yeah? They call it "Multicultural London English". What does that mean? It basically means -- this accent that I'm using, it's not like the cockney accent. You've probably heard about the cockney accent. And that's supposed to be the accent that working class people in London speak with. Everyone's supposed to be a cockney. But the truth is, like, no one -- not that many people talk in a, like, speak that cockney anymore. 'Cause this accent, Multicultural London English, is, like, a lot more normal now. People speak like this. Some people, you know -- some rude people, they're calling it "Jafaican". And they're calling it "Jafaican" because they're saying that, like, we're trying to sound like from Jamaica. But I grew up in London. Do you know what I'm saying? I ain't been to Jamaica. So for some people, what they hear in that accent is, like, "Oh, you're West Indian" or, "You're trying to sound like you're West Indian even if you're a white person. You're trying to sound like you're from Jamaica." But actually, it's -- black people have this accent. White people have this accent. It's just a really common accent in London now. Who speaks with this accent? Here are some people. Ali G -- actually, he doesn't really speak with this accent because Ali G is not a real person. Plus, Ali G is a character, and that stuff is about ten years old now. And maybe when it was even first made, he doesn't really speak in this accent. It's just an exaggerated version. If you don't know who Ali G is or any of these other people, you can search for them on YouTube and listen to them. These are the people -- they're music people in the UK. We've got Dizee Rascal, Wiley, and N-Dubz. And if you search for N-Dubz and try to listen to him, you probably won't understand very much, I'm thinking. So now, I'm going to introduce you to some of the, like, words that we use when we speak in English, yeah? So that you know what we saying when you come to London. When you come to my endz, you can say all the right things, yeah? So let's have a look at some verbs. In your textbooks, you're told to ask for something. In this accent, you "axe" for something. "Axe dem blud." That means, "Ask them for something." "Buss" -- to "buss" something means to wear something. So, "You're bussing sick creps. Do you know what I'm saying?" "Creps" are trainers or shoes or sneakers. "You're wearing very nice trainers." "You're bussing sick creps. Do you get me?" "Cotch" means to relax somewhere. "Come we go cotch." "Let's go relax somewhere." "Fix up" -- I've got a sad story about this one that's true. When I was in secondary school, there was this girl in my secondary school, and she was a bully. And I remember I was cuing up for my lunch, and she just came behind me, hit me on the head, and she's, like, "Go fix your hair." And I was, like, "What's wrong with my hair? I'm really sorry." And I felt really bad. So if somebody says "fix up something", it's like, "You're looking really bad." "Nah. You ain't good, you know?" So in Dizee Rascal's song, which is quite famous, he says, "Fix up. Look sharp." And that means, like, "Try and wear something good when you go out into the world." So moving on from the verbs. Nouns, essential nouns in this vocabulary. You know the word "house", right? Well, the other word you can use for it is "yard". "Come to my yard, yeah? I'll meet you later." "Fam", "blud", and "yout" are all words that could be used for "friend". "Yout" would be, like, a young friend. "He's just a yout. Leave him. He ain't worth it. Do you know what I mean? Leave him."
How to Use Formal and Informal English - English Speaking and Writing Fluency
 
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In this lesson, you can learn about formal and informal English. You’ll learn how to recognise and use formal and informal styles in your spoken and written English. See the full lesson here: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/formal-informal-english In this lesson you can learn: - The three levels of formality: Formal, Neutral, and Informal English. - When you should use formal, neutral, and informal English. - Sentence structure in formal and informal English. - Formal and informal English vocabulary. - Levels of directness in formal and informal English. - How to use formal and informal English in writing. See more free English lessons on our website: http://oxfordonlineenglish.com/
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How To Be An Excellent Teacher
 
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Looking for a tutorial on How To Be An Excellent Teacher? This practical tutorial explains accurately how it's done, and will help you get good at teaching methods. Enjoy this advice video from the world's most comprehensive library of free factual video content online. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugeducation Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugeducation Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-be-a-good-teacher
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Learn Russian While You Sleep // 100 Basic Russian Words and Phrases \\ English/Russian
 
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How to learn Russian? Learn Russian while you sleep. This video features 100 basic Russian words and phrases that teach grammar automatically. They are especially useful for the beginning student of Russian. To use just play the video before sleeping... If you want to really learn Russian, the best way is to listen and speak the most common Russian phrases as often and as accurately as possible. If you want to learn Russian well, these videos will help you do that. And doing it in a relaxed way is even better!!!! Looking for a Russian teacher? Try Italki. They have tons of teachers that you can talk to online. https://www.italki.com/i/C6FDED The idea is to be in as relaxed or calm a state as possible. Put on headphones if you need to. Best time is the right before you go to bed. The brain is supposedly more receptive in that relaxed state. The plan: listen to this as often as possible until the words and phrases are natural to you, that you don't even need to think to say them. These phrases can be used mainly for the first encounters. What do you say to people who you don't know at all or don't know very well? Those phrases. My name is Evan. Happy learning. Let me know if you want to learn anything specific. :) Music: “(zen meditation ) by Eric Bartel. https://free-meditation-music.com“
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What Is A Formal Education?
 
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Formal education is classroom-based, provided by trained teachers. Informal education happens outside the classroom, in after-school programs, community-based organizations, museums, libraries, or at home. Non formal systems of education'. Training in school gravity from formal, to non formal education processes are herein advanced, with ward, et al 17, the question is, what do about them allow 25 jan 2015 specialized educational services pre elementary secondary tertiary 31 dec 2010 terms 'formal education' or learning', 'non learning' and 'informal mean? Find out here learning refers takes place system of a is usually organised as full time answered feb 23. 29 jan 2013 definition of formal education formal education, also known as formal training, is the process of integral education correlated stretching from many of the debates around informal and formal education have been muddied by analysis of what was seen as a 'world educational crisis' (coombs 1968) informal education happens outside the classroom, in after school programs, community based organizations, museums, libraries, or at home. What is the meaning of formal education? Concept, definition infed. What links here related changes upload file special pages permanent link page information wikidata item cite this what is formal educationeducation that mediated through institutional arrangements such as schools and universities. More example sentences find out what it means the meaning of non formal education in relation to. Formal, non formal and informal education slideshare. Non formal education yeu international. What does 'formal education' mean? . What learning should be like in knowledge based societies are gaining momentumWhat is the meaning of formal education? Concept, definition infed. It typically leads to certification. Before answering this what formal and informal education is we must have to understand the term first. What students are taught from the syllabus. Education in itself is a this the way i see it any activity that results acquisition of knowledge or skill an educational. Formal education definition of formal by the free what is a education? Youtube. Non formal education council of europe. What are the formal learning is education normally delivered by trained teachers in a systematic intentional tools. What is the meaning of formal education? Concept, definition. Learn english at english, baby!. Formal education is definition of non formal having a relaxed or informal style nature. Learn more in crucial role of formal education synonyms, pronunciation, schooling, school the process being formally educated at a school; 'what will you do 24english meaning 'formal education' (n. Such activity is formal if it premeditated, non education (nfe) consists in a gathering of educational practices which whereas informal learning related to what one can learn during daily life ii. Explanatory memorandum by mr dumitrescuwhat is non formal education? Education, as a lifel
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Informal Information Gathering Techniques for Active Reading
 
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The GatherReader is an e-reading prototype developed by Microsoft Research to highlight new ways to support rich reading experiences, and was published as a peer-reviewed scientific paper at the CHI 2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. GatherReader is a prototype e-reader with both pen and multi-touch input that illustrates several interesting design trade-offs to fluidly interleave content consumption behaviors (reading and flipping through pages) with information gathering and informal organization activities geared to active reading tasks. These choices include (1) relaxed precision for casual specification of scope; (2) multiple object collection via a visual clipboard; (3) flexible workflow via deferred action; and (4) complementary use of pen+touch. Our design affords active reading by limiting the transaction costs for secondary subtasks, while keeping users in the flow of the primary task of reading itself.
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Improve your Vocabulary: Learn 16 new social, political, and internet words
 
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In this English vocabulary lesson, I will teach you words that are being used a lot right now, and that have to do with current issues in society and politics. You may have heard these words already, but what exactly do terms like "millennial", "trigger warning", and "fake news" mean? Whatever your politics, this lesson will give you a perspective on the social trends and political change that is going on in our age. Test your vocabulary with the quiz: https://www.engvid.com/16-new-social-political-internet-words/ Next, watch my video on French words that we use in English! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQStFX6SUXs&list=PL-Q2Xro-OWKe-pXnqtUKfD2Gpsbpu6Gl7&index=11 Or you can watch my vocabulary lesson on current fashion vocabulary and slang: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnIwr2vkb94&list=PL-Q2Xro-OWKe-pXnqtUKfD2Gpsbpu6Gl7&index=5 TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. In this lesson we're going to look at new words for our times. These words reflect social movements or new things happening in politics. We're going to start with "millennial". "A millennial" is a person who's between the age of a teenager now and their late 20s. Thankfully I just escaped being a millennial, because millennials are whiny and they are... They're just so weak, and they're like little special snowflakes, very delicate. And millennials are just... They've been so protected all their lives that when it comes to it in the real world they are... They like whine and they shout, and they cry, but they don't do a lot. No offence to any millennials watching. [Laughs]. Next word is related to the millennials. The millennials need "safe spaces", because this world out there is... It's so... It's so mean and people say such horrible things that they need to be protected inside their safe spaces. And so, the idea of a safe space would be somewhere on a college campus where you know you can go and be safe, and you don't have to be scared or upset by any of the mean things that old white men and politicians say. Anything that offends you in the safe space, it's all very relaxed there. You can... Maybe you'll manage to, you know, do a bit of studying in that safe space, nobody can get to you. The next word is also related to the millennials in the safe space, they go here because there nothing bad will ever happen to them, but when they go out into the big wide world: "Oh no! Oh no!" They need "trigger warnings". "Trigger warnings" is... You give a trigger warning when something you're going to say could upset someone, it could be offensive to them, and it could create a trauma or a kind of flashback to them, and because they are so weak they can't hear this thing and they need a trigger warning to keep them safe. When someone is triggered, then they're triggered by something they don't want to hear, and sometimes they might scream, like: "No! No! I can't take it! No!" That's when they're triggered. So, because they have such big emotional responses to things they don't like, that's why they need the safe spaces. And I think actually, come to think about it, maybe the safe spaces are a good idea because they could just go in the safe space, and we wouldn't be in there, so they could do all that alone in the safe space. The next word is "social justice warrior", "SJW", also to do with the millennials. One of the things associated with them is that they protest a lot, they're vocal, they like to take a stand against the things they don't like, which they typically do online, they talk about things online or perhaps they go on protesting and things like that. "A social justice warrior" is someone whose main reason to protest is things to do with race issues or gender issues, and they... Or they think that... Or feminist issues. They think that... For whatever group they belong to, they think that life isn't fair for them, so that's the reason they protest. They're warriors, they're fighters, they're warriors. Next we've got "gender non-binary". A person who calls themselves gender... Say: "Oh, I'm gender non-binary", what that means is: "I'm not a man. I'm not a woman. I'm something in between those genders that hasn't... It can't be... Can't be specified as this or that. It's my own identity which is gender non-binary." Not the traditional man, not the traditional woman, but something in between. Next word is a word that's used as an insult or a term of offence to people, is "libtard". The "tard" part reminds us of the word "retard" which means disabled person, and the "lib" part comes from "liberal". When you put it together: "libtard" means somebody who's so liberal in their politics or their ideas or their vision and their view of the world, they've actually become retarded and disabled because of it; used as an insult. The next two terms we have to look at together. We've got "globalism" versus "populism". "Populism" in politics is movements like Brexit in the UK, and the election of Donald Trump in the USA. […]
What happens at Sarah Jane's Animal Communication Workshops?
 
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Find out exactly what to expect at one of Sarah-Jane's Animal Communication Workshops. The video demonstrates the breadth of teaching and the different teaching styles that are used at these workshops. The workshops ae informal, relaxed and most of all fun! Come along to the next one where you will learn to communicate with animals - and hear them talk back!
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Speed up your English...x5!
 
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Speed up your English by learning relaxed pronunciation. I will teach you how to say questions with ‘do’ and ‘did’ in a natural, flowing way. The secret to speaking fast is that there are no clear word boundaries. Whole syllables may be missed completely ("elision"), individual sounds may change ("assimilation"), or completely new sounds may appear ("intrusion"). No matter whether you are a beginner or an advanced speaker of English, I’ll break down the pronunciation for you in the clearest possible way. I’ll also teach you a little IPA (the International Phonetic Alphabet), so that you can be sure that you are saying each question phrase perfectly. Learn to say all the question phrases in this lesson and you will speak fast -- like a native speaker of English. If you want to improve your accent and speaking ability in English further, take my accent course! LEARN MORE ABOUT MY ACCENT COURSE: https://www.engvid.com/out/jadeaccentcourse TRANSCRIPT Hi everyone. I'm English Jade and I teach English over here at EngVid. But did you also know that I'm an accent and clear speech teacher? And I have a really important question for you: I want to know if your accent is your weakness. If it is, be sure to watch until the end of todays lesson because that's when I'm going to tell you all about my accent training course, Clear Accent, which teaches you how to speak in a really clear and natural way. But first of all, we've got to do today's lesson, so let's get started. Hi, everyone. In this lesson I'm going to teach you how you can speed up your English times five, and I'm also going to teach Ratty, here, Ratty the kangaroo how he can speak much faster because since... Since he's moved over from Australia he's realized that he speaks too slowly, so that's why we're doing this lesson today. You'll get some tips to speed up your English. All right, so we've got some question phrases in this column, and here we've got what those question phrases sound like when native speakers are talking in a relaxed way, and here in this column we've got the IPA transcription. Don't be afraid of this. Ratty... Ratty doesn't know how to read this, so I'm going to explain it as I go, but this column here is important because this tells us exactly the way to say it, whereas using just the English letters I can't write down the exact thing that I'm saying because we don't have letters for all the sounds. So we'll use the two columns, and together we'll speed up your English times five. Does that sound good? Ratty says it sounds good. Okay, let's start with: "How's it going? How's it going?" If I want to say it really slowly, which I don't, I would say: "How is it going?" Take me all day to say that. But when a native speaker says it, it's: -"How-zit goin? How-zit goin? How-zit goin? How-zit goin? How-zit goin?" -"It's going good." -"How-zit goin?" If we look at the transcription here: "How-zit", "How is it" becomes two sounds: "How's it going?" If we look here, where's the "g"? It's not: "How's it going?" because it takes me more time and care to say the "g". When I'm just speaking in a relaxed way, I say: "How's it goin?" And also to notice here is that the "s": "How's" becomes a "z". "How-zit goin? How-zit goin?" And where the "s" would be here at the end of: "How's", it joins the next syllable, it joins "it", "zit": "How-zit goin? How-zit goin?" Does that sound good? He says it's good. He's a little bit faster. Let's look at the next example: -"How's your mum? How's your mum? How is your mum? How's your mum?" -"She's good, she's in Australia. She's having a good time there." -"How's your mum? Howz yuh-mum? Howz yuh-mum?" So what changes in this sentence? "How is your mum?" First thing that stands out is "your" becomes "yuh": "yuh mum". "How is yuh mum? Howz yuh-mum?" We've got a similar thing happening here with the "s" becomes a "z": "Howz", "Howz". "Howz yuh-mum?" Next example: "How's Tom? How's Tom?" "z" instead of "s": "Howz Tom?" And this symbol here is the "?" symbol. It looks like a backwards "a", and I should point out this symbol as well. We've seen it in the previous examples. This is: "?", "owl", "owl", "owl". "Howz Tom?" ? is a diphthong. A diphthong means when two vowel sounds blend one into the other, so this symbol here isn't two separate sounds. It's one sound changing into another quickly: "Howz Tom?" Okay, I need to move you to my other arm. Is that all right? Said: "It's good." Next: "How do you get there? How do you get there?" If I'm speaking really slowly... Really, really slowly like Ratty speaks: "How do you get there?" Ain't got time to listen to that. -"How-jew get there? How-jew get there? How-jew get there?" -"By plane?" -"How-jew get there?"
Top 10 Reasons FINLAND Has the World’s Best SCHOOL SYSTEM
 
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While it is almost impossible to say a single nation’s schools are the best in the world, one country that consistently performs extremely well on the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) exams for math, reading and science, may come as a surprise to many. Finland, a tiny nation of 5.5 million people, consistently makes the top 5 performers across those categories, making it the top educational performer in Europe and one of the strongest in the world. (Singapore, Japan, and South Korea are also strong performers, and China did not submit consolidated results for the most recent test.) Finland?! What?! →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 Help us translate our videos: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_queue?msg=10&tab=0 - Learn more why you might want to help: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6052538 Find more lists at: http://www.toptenz.net Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Business inquiries to [email protected] Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Uses of SLAVERY You DIDN'T Learn About in SCHOOL https://youtu.be/qBP0F6OOkSc?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Top 10 HORRIFYINGLY Bad TEACHERS https://youtu.be/Fgu-TUbCO2I?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnIYyd7gYfzJto1ix7J_3r-6 Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-reasons-finland-worlds-best-school-system.php Coming up: 10. Kids get a Strong Start 9. Top-Notch Teachers with Extensive Training 8. High Levels of Teacher Autonomy 7. Ample Funds to Help Weak Students Catch Up 6. Teachers Don’t Teach to the Test (Because There Isn’t a Test) 5. Kids Start School Late 4. Joy and Play are Part of the Curriculum 3. Everyone Attends Public School 2. Finnish Kids Have Bright Futures, Tailored to Their Strengths and Interests 1. Equality Amongst Schools Source/Further reading: http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2011/04/finlands-baby-box-gift-from-santa-claus-or-socialist-hell/237240/ http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/07/the-secret-to-finlands-success-with-schools-moms-kids-and-everything/277699/ http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/early-educations-top-model-finland/article4212334/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/what-the-us-cant-learn-from-finland-about-ed-reform/2012/04/16/gIQAGIvVMT_blog.html?tid=a_inl https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/publications/secret-finland%E2%80%99s-success-educating-teachers.pdf http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/why-are-finlands-schools-successful-49859555/ http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/8601207.stm https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/finland-working-to-expand-early-education/2014/03/04/571aacf8-a3ba-11e3-8466-d34c451760b9_story.html http://hechingerreport.org/how-finland-broke-every-rule-and-created-a-top-school-system/ https://www.amazon.com/Finnish-Lessons-Educational-Change-Finland/dp/0807752576 http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/why-are-finlands-schools-successful-49859555/ http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/12/what-americans-keep-ignoring-about-finlands-school-success/250564/
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'Relax' vs. 'down' - hip roll dog training
 
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A snippet from the first session of teaching Raine a more relaxed 'down' position (cued with Relax). I am working on a relaxed, informal 'stay' with all the dogs as part of a separation training program for some of them, and Rai gets so wired in any training session through excitement that she just stays either in a sit or a sphinx-like, competitive obedience style down. So to help her learn to chill a bit, I'm putting the roll of the hips to one side on cue, so I can put her into a relaxed position to begin with which will help trigger that more chilled emotional state.
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8 Tips for British English Pronunciation
 
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Take your English to the next level by learning eight pronunciation tips that will help you sound like a native speaker. These tips apply to a British English accent or a neutral English accent. In this lesson, you will learn about -ed and -ing word endings, the difference in pronunciation between the north and south of England, the schwa sound, the pronunciation of the R sound in English, the tricky "th" sound, and more. Whether you want to perfect your pronunciation or learn about different accents, this video is for you. After watching, complete the quiz to test your understanding. http://www.engvid.com/8-tips-for-british-english-pronunciation/ Want to train your British accent? Get my free British accent training pack: https://jadejoddle.com/coaching-tools/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. I'm Jade. What we're talking about today is some pronunciation tips for British English. Some of them are tips; some of them are observations that you might be interested to know. We've got eight of them, so let's get started. Pronunciation of-ed word endings. This is not specifically a British English issue. If your preference -- I don't know why I can't speak suddenly in an English pronunciation video, but that's how it is. If your preference is American English, this also applies to American English. So what I hear a lot at, sort of, around intermediate level -- sometimes upper intermediate level if you haven't had someone to correct you -- -ed word endings sound like this. I can't even do it because it's so unnatural for me. "Excite-ed shout-ed, remind-ed." It's so unnatural for me. But in fact, it's not like that. It doesn't sound like an -ed. It might sound like an /id/; it might sound like a /t/; or it might sound like a /d/. So I've got some examples here. This word, even though it's spelled -ed, makes an /id/ sound. It becomes "excited". "I'm really excited." "Shouted." "He shouted at me." "Reminded." "I reminded you to do your homework; didn't I?" And -- yeah. So now, we can talk about the ones that finish with a t sound. "Finished. Dripped. Laughed." They don't have the-ed sound. So that's an important thing to know about pronunciation. Even if it's spelled-ed, it doesn't mean it sounds like that. And what about the ones that end with a d sound, a "duh" sound. "Remembered." "I remembered what you said to me." "Called." "I called you. Didn't you hear your phone?" "Imagined." "I imagined a better future for everyone." So with those, it's a D sound. How do you know for each one? Go with what feels most natural when you're saying the word. The main thing is don't force the -ed sound at the end of the word because it's that that gives you an unnatural rhythm when you're speaking English. So moving on to -- this one's an observation, really. British English pronunciation. We have so many different accents in England. But one of the biggest divisions in our accents is -- it's between the north of the country and the south, and it's our pronunciation of these words: "bath" and "laugh", as I say them. I say them in the southern pronunciation. But if I were from the north -- if I were from the north of the country, I'd say "bath" and "laugh" because they have a different accent up there. Well, they've got loads of different accents, but they don't speak in the same way as me. So let's break it down into the actual sound. So if you're from the North, you say, "a". But we, in the South, say "au". So you say "bath", we say "bauth". And you say "laf"; we say "laugh". And you can also hear it in these two words. It doesn't have to be the first or only a vowel in the word. In the southern pronunciation, this is "commaund". But in the northern pronunciation, it's "command". And the southern pronunciation of this word is "caust". The northern pronunciation is "cast". The cast of Brookside came to London." "Brookside" was an old soap that's not on TV anymore, and it was people from Liverpool. And I was just doing the accent. Probably that's really irrelevant to you. You will never see that show, but anyway. You know, now. Next tip. I don't hear this that often, but when I do, it sounds really, really, really wrong. And I think this tip generally -- generally a good example of how -- just because we write something one way doesn't mean we say it that way. So in English -- American English, too -- W sounding words are the same as the "wh" sound in words for spelling. It actually sounds the same. So we've got two words here, "wine" and "whine". One is spelled with WH, and one is just spelled with I. "Whine" is a kind of moan or a kind of cry. Sometimes, young children whine. Sometimes, women who are upset about something are said to be "whiny".
LEARNING ENGLISH | ADVANCED STUDENT LESSON
 
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You’ll be learning English in this video as you study with me and work your way through this lesson for Advanced students of English. This video is made for students studying English as a Second Language (ESL). The content discussed here—the 6 sounds created by the letter combination “oo”—will benefit you most if you are an advanced student. If you feel that this content is too advanced, simply check out the other videos on my channel! When non-native speakers are learning English it’s typical to focus on vocabulary and grammar. What’s often missed is a commitment to pronunciation. But not just a word-by-word focus will do either. What you need, instead, is to learn spoken English in the same way that native speakers have learned it: by mastering each sound through repetition and practice. This video works in detail with the 6 sounds created by the letters “oo”. I break down each of these sounds, teach you the precise pronunciation of each and make sure that you’re working with each of them in the way that a native speaker of English would. There is simply no better way to improve your spoken English than to listen to and repeat the sounds that native speaking master teacher is making…that’s where I come in! In this ESL lesson we see the complexity of sounds in American English. It’s true that because English is not a phonetic language it’s more challenging. But as an advanced student you should benefit greatly from this kind of in-depth look at a few sounds. Use this video as an online English lesson. Stop, repeat and replay this lesson as many times as you need to. I know it’s not the same as being able to raise your hand and ask a question in an actual classroom, but an online English school has its benefits. Chief among these? The opportunity to listen as many times as necessary to each part of this video. Do as many repetitions as you need to! And remember, because this is an advanced English lesson you should expect it to be challenging. Don’t get frustrated…just do another repetition!  Good luck learning the pronunciation of the sounds created by “oo”. I think you’ll actually have a lot of fun as you work with the material. And, of course!, there’s nothing better than getting to the end of a difficult lesson and feeling like “Wow! I’ve got it!”. I hope that’s where you’ll end up today. How to Make the OO as in BOO Vowel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwahymIkGJ0 How to Make the UH as in PUSH Vowel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phlnzlzCPqE How to Make all the sounds of American English play list: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_63fTgbG-yQ&list=PLB043E64B8BE05FB7 Sign up for Rachel's FREE 10-day mini-course in Accent Reduction and mailing list: http://www.RachelsEnglish.com/newsletter New to Rachel's English? Where to Start Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrqHrGoMJdTRwaQFCCDp4G88yX5D3gOdP Get Rachel's Book: http://RachelsEnglish.com/book SUBSCRIBE!: http://bit.ly/RE_sub, Fan! http://bit.ly/RE_FB Follow! http://www.twitter.com/Rachels_English Improve your American Accent / spoken English at Rachel's English with video-based lessons and exercises. Rachel uses real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American -- improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang. Cải thiện nói tiếng Anh Mỹ / 改善美式英語的發音 / 미국 영어 발음 향상 / アメリカ英語の話し言葉のアクセントを向上させる / Улучшение произношения американского английского языка / Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika / Melhore sua pronúncia do inglês americano / Mejora tu pronunciación en Inglés Americano / बात अमेरिकी अंग्रेजी में सुधार تحسين لهجتك الأمريكية الإنجليزية / שפר את המבטא האמריקאי שלך / Améliorez votre prononciation en anglais américain / Migliora la tua pronuncia in inglese americano ...with Rachel's English! Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/jK0t/
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Recognition, prevention and coping strategies for teacher stress
 
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This module, primarily aimed at pre-service teachers and new educators, examines definitions and causes of teacher-related stress and provides strategies for recognizing, preventing and coping with stressful situations, events and triggers as they occur. Learn more at http://www.apa.org/ed/schools/cpse/activities/teacher-stress.aspx.
Learning styles do exist: Understanding the 12 ways of learning
 
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http://goodsensorylearning.com Dr. Erica Warren introduces the new 12 ways of learning or processing reality so individuals can maximize their potential, teachers, tutors and parents can accommodate all students, and employers can empower their workers. ======================================= **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCClFDLZtuJD99TBMGxb-ekw?sub_confirmation=1 ======================================= Dr. Erica Warren Learning Specialist, Educational Therapist, Author, Podcaster, Vlogger and Course Creator. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/warrenerica1 Newsletter signup: https://goo.gl/AwbqjP Private practice: http://learningtolearn.biz Online store: http://www.goodsensorylearning.com/ Blog: http://learningspecialistmaterials.blogspot.com/ Dyslexia resources: http://www.dyslexiamaterials.com Dyslexia video podcast, video blogs, & resources: https://www.godyslexia.com
Views: 4037 Erica Warren
Informal Information Gathering Techniques for Active Reading
 
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GatherReader is a prototype e-reader with both pen and multi-touch input that illustrates several interesting design trade-offs to fluidly interleave content consumption behaviors (reading and flipping through pages) with information gathering and informal organization activities geared to active reading tasks. These choices include (1) relaxed precision for casual specification of scope; (2) multiple object collection via a visual clipboard; (3) flexible workflow via deferred action; and (4) complementary use of pen+touch. Our design affords active reading by limiting the transaction costs for secondary subtasks, while keeping users in the flow of the primary task of reading itself.
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SwimFor.Me's ResQMe Test 1 of 2
 
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We offer a four hour course in the confort of a private residence (or business) for up to twenty adult students. The course covers cultural myths, water safety, teaching techniques and water safety tools that can save your life. In addition we will also cover, "the proper mindset", introduction to the basic drills for new borns, infants and toddlers that can be performed in the bathtub or in the pool, CPR and first aid for new borns to toddlers. Everything you will need to get your child accustomed to the water! There will be a ten minute break ever fifty minutes. Coffee, bagels, orange juice and misc pastries and cookies will available throughout the course that is held in a informal, relax atmostphere. $80 for individuals and $120 for couples. Do you have a question about a product? Let us know and we will test it for you.
Views: 2361 William Romero
Role-play Informal Manicure
 
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I pamper you a bit, giving you a manicure, speaking softly with my strange face, and some awesome bits of asmr with light swirling touches on the mic!! Yes- ja- oui--my new webcam is 6-8 weeks coming, please bear with background noise until then .Please subscribe is you want to get updates on new relaxation videos! Mah Tumblr: sweetseductiveasmr.tumblr.com/ Mah Facebooks: www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Sweetseductiveasmr/341921772538533
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IGCSE ,IB MATH TUTOR IN RAIPUR
 
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This is Y K Reddy (Msc Math,BEd) with 13 years of excellence in mathematics.I am teaching for different syllabus (SAT IGCSE,IB,CBSE,ICSE,all INTERNATIONAL USA,UK)and different school students like oak ridge, Cheric ISH, Indus,DPS in Hyderabad If any body needs ,Online tuition's please call 91-9000009307 My tutoring style involves much more than just recapping class notes and going over homework.I create additional problems, teach multiple techniques to solving a single problem, and work with the student to develop effective study habits.Every student is unique. Thus, I believe tutoring must cater to each individual student in order to reach him or her most effectively.Lessons are fairly relaxed and informal while always focusing on a complete understanding of the topic rather than robotic memorizing techniques. For more details : call 91-9000009307
Antonio Reacts To Teaching Men's Fashion (Jose Zuniga) | No Filter Opinion of TMF
 
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Mrs. Mary Fong (SHCC Home Eco. Teacher 71-94) Chat
 
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Many thanks to Mrs. Mary Fong (SHCC Home Economics Teacher 1971-1994) for agreeing to chat with me in this informal & impromptu interview after our dim sum lunch in Calgary this afternoon. I hope Sacred Heartists will enjoy this short video of Mrs. Fong sharing some tiny parts of her 23 years SHCC experiences. I wish I had more time for more questions, may be next time. I hope this video may inspire some Sacred Heartists to take up their digital cameras (nothing fancy) and conduct a few informal interviews with SHCC teachers they know and share them on YouTube. It is clear to me the power & ability of using informal interviews to reveal the humanities and interesting stories in us all and to help keep the institutional memories of SHCC alive and well. If you have a retired/current SHCC teacher you want to interview and you need help, feel free to ask and I will see what I can do to share a few small tips. One small advice: Keep the interview light & fun plus treat the teachers as your friends! I hope I showed you my care & love for Mrs. Fong in my questions but I also asked all the questions I wanted given the limited time I had. To me, "love and care" is good and ok but I drew the line at not feeling "deference" because thats not how I would treat a friend nor want to be treated by a friend.
Views: 609 Kempton Lam
Casual Boys VS Hiphop Boys-3| মাথানষ্ট কর্মকান্ড |Bangla Funny Video| Music|Prank King Entertainment
 
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Very relaxing and pleasant meditative music
 
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http://MeditationUK.co.uk presents: example of very relaxing, soft meditative music. We also invite you to listen to, and download other heart-warming samples of meditative music and songs - you can download them from our website: http://www.meditationuk.co.uk/about-meditation/meditationuk-music ------------------- MediationUK is an informal group of people practicing and teaching Yoga Sound Meditation - ancient meditation system, especially recommended for modern times. Whether you need only positive side effects of meditation like stress relief or health improvement, or you are looking for effective method of real spiritual development - you should definitely learn more about this meditation method. We are running free meditation classes in Surrey and Berkshire areas - Reading, Blackwater etc - please check our website for the nearest classes: http://meditationuk.co.uk/meditation-classes
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English at University: 18 - Getting help in an emergency and vocabulary related to relaxing
 
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Things are getting busy for Mary at the University of Studies. Does Abi have a solution to help Mary let her hair down and have some fun? And what are Professor Not and Sharon doing at the yoga class? For more, visit our website http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/english-at-university/ep-170116 TRANSCRIPT Narrator Hello. It's time for English at University – we're following Mary through her first year of study abroad and helping her and you learn some useful phrases. University life is not all work and no play – it's about having fun too and today Mary needs some persuading to let her hair down – you know, relax and enjoy herself with some extracurricular activities. And someone who knows most about doing that is her roommate Abi… Abi Still studying Mary? You look glued to that desk. Mary Yes, I think I am. I'm just writing up my notes and then I've got to read Professor Not's new book… and then I’ve got to… Abi Bla bla bla! I don't know what you're saying. It really is time to chillax… have a break. Come on… you're coming with me. Mary Phew! It's hot in here. Oh hello Professor and hello Sharon. Prof. Not and Sharon Hello Mary. Abi Now, this is Bikram yoga – it'll keep you fit and help you lose weight. And that guy over there's quite fit too! Sharon I've lost a kilo in a month haven't I Robert… I mean-? Prof.Not Err yes. It improves your mind too Mary. Yoga teacher Welcome everyone. Let's begin. Just follow me… first of all, stand straight and breathe deeply… in… out… hold it there… good… next stretch your arms out, then slowly bend to touch your toes. Prof. Not Oh no… I seemed to have pulled something in my back. Sharon, could you give me a hand… Sharon Oh you've gone a funny colour. Oh he's so heavy. Abi could you give me a hand? Mary, can you call for help. Mary Yes of course… oh what should I do? Narrator You need to call the medical centre and tell them there's an emergency. Explain what's happened and ask for someone to come and help 'asap' – as soon as possible. Go on Mary, get calling! Mary Right ok. Yes hello. Is that the medical centre? Good. We have an emergency in the yoga class… in the sports hall. Professor Not has hurt his back and he needs help. Yes, he bent over and couldn't stand up again… I'll ask him. She says 'does it hurt?' Prof. Not Oww. Yes! When are they coming? Mary He says 'yes'. How long do you think you'll be? Really? Please could you come as soon as possible. Sharon Ask them what we should do until they get here? Mary Right, yes… Is there anything we can do before you arrive? Yes, aha, right. I'll do that. Thank you. Bye. Sharon What did they say? Mary They said 'chill out' – whatever that means! Narrator Goodness. What a drama! It looks like Professor Not's attempt to unwind has gone too far but luckily help is on its way thanks to these phrases that Mary used… We have an emergency in the yoga class. We need help. How long do you think you'll be? Please could you come as soon as possible. Is there anything we can do before you arrive? You can practise these phrases, pick up a few more plus learn some top tips for studying in the UK on our website at bbclearningenglish.com. Right, let's see if help has arrived for Professor Not… Sharon You hold his feet and I'll hold his head and we'll get him into the ambulance. Daniel Oh hello do you need a hand? Oh, what's going on here then – and why are you all sweaty? Sharon Robert bent over too far… Mary …in yoga… Bikram yoga. He's hurt his back. Daniel Yoga! That's for girls isn't it?! Mary No! Abi, do you know what, I've really enjoyed myself today. Abi Good, feeling more relaxed I hope. So, are you going to join the yoga club then? Mary Definitely. Daniel How much is it to join exactly?
Views: 52221 BBC Learning English
Social Learning Space: e-Quarium
 
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It is an enclosed yet visible learning spaces built to encourage collaborative and informal learning activities amongst students, equipped with variety design of tables and chairs to support different learning styles. E-Quarium is also known as a Learning café. This is because students can now purchase and consume their drinks at the nearby beverage stall while learning. The design concept of this space is influenced by the look and feel of the many popular cafes which young people love to hangout.
Views: 2307 e-Learning Academy
English Culture: Manners & How to be polite
 
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In this video, you'll learn about English manners. I'll tell you what we in England consider polite and impolite, and then go into detail about how we eat at the table, make and cancel plans, visit friends, and so much more. Some of these cultural aspects of living in England are different even from other English-speaking countries like the USA! Knowing these rules can help you make friends, get jobs, and even get into a romantic relationship. This video is especially important if you're living or travelling in England -- you could offend someone without even knowing it! Watch the video and leave your shoes ON! TAKE THE QUIZ: https://www.engvid.com/english-culture-manners/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. In this lesson we're going to look at manners in England. Here are the things that are considered polite, and the things that are not considered polite. So this is a talk about the culture, things that people do here in England, and the things that traditionally have been the most acceptable behaviour. Let's start with the things that are very important. So, I'm sure you already know this one: English people and queuing. "Queuing" is when you stand in a line when you don't... When you want something. You don't just, like, run up there to the front or push. You queue in a line. So, we queue up at the bank, for example, or we queue up when we want to get on a bus and there's some other people already there. Now, of course, in London because there are so many people and also not everyone is English so they have their manners from where they came from, you won't always see people queuing to get on the bus or on the tube, but you do generally still see people queuing up in a shop when they need to buy something. Next we have: It's very important to bring a bottle, and that means when you go to somebody's dinner party you take a bottle of wine when you go to the meal there. If you don't want to bring a bottle of wine, you can bring dessert or you can bring some flowers or some chocolates, but the general phrase and the general idea of it is bringing a bottle, as in a bottle of wine. Next we have RSVP. This is a term that comes from French: "R�pondez s'il vous plait", and this is a much more formal invitation that you get. If you're going to something, a special event like somebody's wedding... Because weddings are really expensive and they have to be organized so long in advance, people having the wedding really want to know if you're coming. So when you RSVP to the invitation it means you're definitely going, you will be there. So once you've RSVP'd, it's very, very impolite not to go. You must go if you RSVP. Next, I think that in England it's very important to be on time. We do tend to be punctual people, attend... Attend meetings at the right time, turn up to our jobs at the right time, or meet friends at the right time, most of us. Of course, there are those people who are always late for everything, but most people in general do things on time or even, like me, I always end up being 10 minutes early. I just can't help that. So I waste a lot of time being too early. Now let's look at table manners. Some of the things in the table manners' section are changing as people become more relaxed about eating and eating out. But these were all... These are all manners that people follow in more formal situations. Perhaps at home or with your very close friends it would be different. Now, I don't mean it's different for this first one. I'm not saying it's ever acceptable anywhere to slurp, burp-I can't do a burp noise. Anyway, you know what a burp is-and fart. Fart is noise from the other end. These things are never acceptable at the dinner table. Mm-mm, mm-mm. So, no eating noises or doing that when you eat. It's not acceptable. Elbows on the table, in a formal situation you're not going to do that, but relaxed with friends a lot of people do put their elbows on the table these days, not such a big deal. Drinking before... Just drinking your drink before somebody said: "Cheers" is considered impolite, but it's also a sign of being familiar with people. If you're familiar with them you don't have to go: "Oh, cheers for this drink and opportunity to drink with you." So it depends who it is. Using a mobile in the restaurant or when you're eating socially with people is considered rude, so to be like: "Oh, hold on. Let me just take this call. I'm so important, I've got to, you know, talk business", or something is considered rude, or to be like all the time texting on your phone. Of course it happens, and young people and teenagers are definitely going to do it more than older people, but on the whole it's considered impolite.
Communication Styles Overview
 
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Inspire Change have developed their own on-line Communication Styles Survey. To keep things simple, we have created 4 categories (or personality types) and based on your answers, our system dynamically builds a report which plots your most dominant communication style -- in both a relaxed and pressured environment. The 4 styles are Driver, Expressive, Analytical and Amiable. If you want to learn about your own Communication Style this can be purchased on our website or included as part of a workshop or as a stand alone activity in a large meeting where we 'perform' the different personality styles (on a stage) in a fun and engaging way. Please view the different syles and see where you think you are more closely aligned and view the set of office move videos where we describe how each personality type might approach the job of moving offices. Which one is your most dominant style? Visit our website to find out www.inspirechange.com
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Orchestral Tambourine Lesson
 
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By request here is a lesson on Orchestral Tambourine performance. This informal video will show you the basic skills you need to perform tambourine parts in your school band and orchestra. As always I would advise the aspiring percussionist to seek out a teacher who regularly performs in professional orchestral situations so that you may be the recipient of their knowledge and experience. Enjoy
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Seeking professional learning
 
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Seeking professional learning Career Stage - Graduate Main Focus area - 6.4 School - Adelaide High School The teacher explains the importance of ongoing professional learning to her development as a teacher. She describes the additional training and development she undertook as a graduate teacher at university and how that more fully prepared her for her first year of teaching. In her current school, she takes advantage of a mentoring relationship with another teacher, which involves weekly, and or fortnightly meetings to discuss teaching approaches and strategies. She also is able to view her mentor’s classes. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00145
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Teaching Children To Sing [ Vocal Warm Ups [ Singing Lessons [ Music Lessons [ How To Sing Better
 
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Teaching Children To Sing [ Vocal Warm Ups [ Singing Lessons [ Music Lessons [ How To Sing Better Many voice teachers avoid teaching children out of fear of hurting their voices or disappointment that they won't sound like adults. If done in the right way, however, singing lessons can be crucial in training a child's ear and vocal technique. Children not exposed to singing can grow up tone deaf, and children who sing but were never taught proper technique often develop hard-to-break bad habits that can even lead to vocal damage. It is important that the following steps be taken so that the child will learn actual vocal technique (as opposed to just learning songs) while doing nothing to damage their vocal instrument. Parents interested in enrolling their children in voice lessons should find a voice teacher who has experience teaching children and who uses these methods. 1) Begin each lesson with some simple stretches and posture exercises. Not only is this important to teach the child to sing with good posture, but it actually teaches them how to properly participate in a voice lesson by giving them simple, achievable tasks to succeed. Children are very kinesthetic and love to do physical activities. 2) Work on simple breathing technique: when breathing in, the stomach should bulge. When breathing out, the stomach should tighten. The shoulders and chest should never raise or drop. You can work on this standing, or lying with a book on their stomach. Then practice hissing, buzzing, humming and eventually singing "Ah" by preparing with a good deep breath and steadily supporting with the stomach. Focus on getting good, even sounds while exhaling that do not sputter or die off. 3) Introduce the registers. Practice long glissando "sirens," lifting up into the upper register (sometimes called falsetto or head voice) for high notes, rather than "belting" or straining in the speaking voice. Their high voice will probably be weak at first but insist on its use and it will grow stronger over time. Children should learn to recognize the sensation of vibration in their mouth and chest for low notes and in their head for high notes. 4) Begin ear-training. Teach them to match pitch and then to sing steps going higher and lower. Begin by having them sing "ah" and match their pitch with the piano. Then explore a couple steps up and down. Since many children do not immediately understand the concept of raising and lowering pitch, it can be demonstrated by the raising and lowering of your hand. Be patient if they don't get it right away, they usually do soon. 5) Teach scales. Begin to practice 3 and 5 note major scales, using the solfege syllables Do Re Mi Fa So. Transpose the starting note up and down by half-steps as far as they can hold the pitch. Once they make good progress, try the whole scale() 6) Teach intervals. Begin to work on major/perfect intervals beginning with seconds and progressing to octaves. Always use solfege syllables. 7) Begin working on vowels. Make sure the child sings each vowel with the proper mouth shape. Make sure they open their mouths enough for Ah and Oh and round enough for Oh and Oo. 8) Work on focused tone and open throat. Instruct them to "sing through a yawn" but with their tongue flat behind their bottom teeth. Work on tone by asking them to focus the vibration on the roof of their mouth. This is especially effective by having them hum and asking them to maximize the vibration on the roof of their mouth. Tones in the upper register will feel like they vibrate above the roof of the mouth, in the head and even above the head when high enough. 9) Begin learning songs. Practice sight reading by first singing in solfege while watching the contour of the notes. Begin teaching children to read music this way. Then move on to holding the vowel sounds out to the length of the notes (rather than closing them off quickly as in normal speech) and singing with pure vowels. 10) Give performance opportunities. Learning to successfully perform is one of the indispensable experiences in voice lessons. Frequently conduct informal performances where the child will sing an entire song, facing you. Encourage students to sing for their parents and even friends, if they are comfortable with it. Finally, hold a recital every 6 months or so for which they can prepare 1-3 songs to perform for parents and other students.
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SwimFor.Me's ResQMe Test 2 of 2
 
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We offer a four hour course in the confort of a private residence (or business) for up to twenty adult students. The course covers cultural myths, water safety, teaching techniques and water safety tools that can save your life. In addition we will also cover, "the proper mindset", introduction to the basic drills for new borns, infants and toddlers that can be performed in the bathtub or in the pool, CPR and first aid for new borns to toddlers. Everything you will need to get your child accustomed to the water! There will be a ten minute break ever fifty minutes. Coffee, bagels, orange juice and misc pastries and cookies will available throughout the course that is held in a informal, relax atmostphere. $80 for individuals and $120 for couples. Do you have a question about a product? Let us know and we will test it for you.
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Learn English with Sapphire Rees-Wilson on italki
 
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Hi there! My name is Sapphire Rees-Wilson and I teach English on italki. I'm looking forward to talking to you about your language learning goals. Schedule a lesson with me today! Visit my profile here: https://www.italki.com/teacher/4216644 Hello! Do you want to have some interesting and useful conversations with a qualified English teacher? You are in the right place! I hold a CELTA certification so I can offer professional advice but in a relaxed, conversational style setting.,Hey! I'm Sapphire and currently work with international students on a daily basis in a University in England within the International Centre. Before this, I trained as an English Language teacher and gained my CELTA certification in Vietnam and then stayed to live and work there. It was due to a change in personal circumstances that I moved back to the UK and got my current job. My passion is teaching and I really miss it and I feel that my enthusiasm translates in to my work. Both of my parents work within Education too; my mother is a professor of English literature and my father is a senior ESL lecturer at a University. I'd say that growing up with English lecturers has not only given me a great insight in to the profession but a desire to be a part of it too. I am here to help you with your English so I will tailor my lessons to your needs. I strongly believe that the lesson is about the student which is why I will always make sure you are getting what you need from me. I am a qualified teacher but for now I am enjoying being more of an informal teacher so you will have the benefit of having a trained English teacher whilst having informal, chatty lessons. Go check out my Instagram englishteachersaf for daily English tips!
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Bodymind Synergy: Integrating Mindfulness, Imagery and Breathwork into Massage Therapy Practice
 
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LMT and Polarity Therapy Practitioner Stuart Garber introduces themes from his Continuing Education class for LMTs, and demonstrates clinical techniques with two teaching assistants in a spirited informal session. For more information about Stuart's work, visit http://fullspectrumtouch.com and look at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkBbF_vKDbg. To register for upcoming class, visit http://www.swedishce.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_291&products_id=1166. Stuart Garber, LMT and friends explore easy ways of integrating gentle breath work techniques into massage therapy practice - for better results with less effort. www.fullspectrumtouch.com I first learned about mindfulness when I studied meditation in high school in the 1970's. Back then, it was very much on the fringe of our culture. That's changed! Today you find images and references to mindfulness and meditation everywhere. TV shows. Fashion ads. The New York Times. It's used in hospitals and yoga studios, classrooms and prisons. It's revolutionizing the way psychotherapy is practiced. My passion is bringing the power of mindfulness and its related pathways of imagery and breathwork into massage therapy practice -- with my own clients of course, and introducing it in the classroom to other massage therapists. For ourselves as practitioners: when we're grounded and centered in the present moment, we're going to be working with better body mechanics, our hands-on contacts will be more nuanced and more effective, we're able to develop better rapport with our clients and we'll experience more less stress and more gratification from our work. When we skillfully introduce mindfulness principles and techniques (including imagery and breathwork) to our clients, we can actually feel our hands-on contacts becoming more effective -- and our work becoming easier and more fun. Clients learn to let go: to soften their focus on their symptoms and to feel the aliveness flowing through the rest of their bodies. This way of working tends to help our clients feel more connected to us as practitioners - which supports the work in all kinds of ways - and helps them as well to integrate what happens on the table into their daily lives. Be sure to check out as well another video, Massaging the Breathing Body, for a different view of material we'll be playing with in class.
Views: 2142 Stuart Garber
ASMR Brushing Hair Relaxing Soft Spoken~ Positive Energy at Work & School
 
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Namaste. In this video, I softly and thoroughly brush my long hair with a pretty hairbrush, comb and fingers. I discuss in a soft spoken tone how hours and days can contain more positive energy, even in circumstances where it seems impossible. I spend my own lunch break with you in a quiet, cool spot in my car in a parking garage on a beautiful day. We can make our days of work, study or other activities~ the mundane, the fun, the stressful or anxiety- inducing moments more fulfilling and meaningful with the most powerful tool known to humans~ our minds. Find serenity in your schedule, appreciate yourself, be yourself in every moment. Share the positive energy I want to give to you, I hope you will share yours with me too. We all need it, we are all in this together. I also spend some time expressing my gratitude to my viewers and friends, addressing some of your feedback, as well as a bit more asmr radio and International ASMR Day info. (sorry if any sniffles make an appearance toward the end, still beating a cold sorry bout that :) ). This video is dedicated to all of you and especially to my friends @weightliftingwhisper @adoro10 and @whispermister1 and a very dear viewer I've recently been getting to know, orel. who have all had their own work , school, life-juggling challenges recently. I want to thank them for being forces of positive energy in my life the past few weeks as well. Namaste~ "The light in me honors the light in you." x AppreciateASMR Mentioned event information: www.facebook.com/InternationalASMRDay (April 9, 2012) www.twitter.com: IntASMRDay www.asmrradio.com
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What Is An Informal Speech??
 
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Two main vocabulary differences exists between formal and informal speech. It is used when the label informal in this dictionary to mark terms that are not likely occur serious, prepared speech or carefully edited writing except rapid speech, speakers often take short cuts. Googleusercontent search. What is informal speech? Twinkl teaching wiki. Remember all of those you's yesterday in the 20 oct 2016 did you know that korean language has seven different levels speech? Korean six formal speech forms and one informal form, 2 aug 2013 nicole talks about polite vs her latest article well, most common form is. What is the difference between formal and informal language speech. There are, roughly speaking, two basic types of english input formal and informal. What are the differences between formal & informal speech synonyms, antonyms. Formal language and informal are associated with particular choices of grammar vocabulary also means casual, like wearing jeans a t shirt. There are, however, some words and learning the differences between formal informal speech will help you speak appropriately, whatever setting. Formal english is used in serious texts and situations for example, official documents, books, news reports, articles, business letters or speeches formal informal speech writingpeople speak write different ways on occasions. Definition and examples of informal style in prose thoughtco. Htm url? Q webcache. Informal writing or speech is the linguistic equivalent of wearing jeans and a t shirt, with relaxed formal informal language serve different purposes. Antimoon formal and informal english. Informal english formal and informal speech writing practice. Formal & informal speech! !! youtubehighbrowkorean language blog(polite) vs. But not all input is the same. Three important grammatical differences exists between formal and informal speech synonyms for at thesaurus with free online thesaurus, antonyms, definitions. Most uses of english are neutral; That is, they neither formal nor informal. Formal and informal speech youtube. Informal) and deferential style atk. Children in primary school start to be taught the difference between there are also examples where spoken english can very formal, for example, a speech or lecture. The tone, the choice of words and informal language is more casual spontaneous. Antimoon antimoon how formal informal english. Dictionary and word of the day informal definition speech or behaviour is relaxed friendly rather than serious, very correct. What is informal speech? Meaning of speech a type or writing used in formal, 'serious' texts and situations. Thesaurus informal definition and meaning speech of by the free dictionarydefinition medical dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples informal speech synonyms, translation, english dictionary definition of speecha human written or looking for online in the medical dictionary? Informal explanation free. Hear it in swedish! provides a number of
Views: 61 Vernie Liefer Tipz
Relaxing Skin Exam RP (ASMR Softly Spoken)
 
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I roleplay as a skincare specialist working for Dr. Crescent. I demonstrate on you how to conduct a head-to-toe self examination to assess for skin cancer melanoma by examining you closely myself. I also talk to you about important skin care tips and products to keep skin cancer at bay. The steps I go over are based in part on the self test described at skincancer.org and the book You: Being Beautiful by Drs. Roizen and Oz. I am NOT a doctor or nurse in real life so please consult with a doctor or check the site before following this advice. This vid is primarily for ASMR purposes, but in part to increase awareness of the importance of early detection. May do a second or different version of this at some point with different lighting and/ or topics. I would love your opinion as to whether you would like that. ASMR fans: Clinical situations have always been a top trigger for me and I believe that's true for a lot of you out there as well. I am really excited about this video as it is the type I would want to find as I am searching for a good ASMR video. I have many to thank who have influenced me and the making of the vid including @gentlewhispering. She and @thewaterwhispers gave me great feedback on my 1st closeup vid. For my 2nd, I wanted to try the method GW explained which she showed in her recent closeup for lilium vid. Also, her derm rp as well as that of @amalzd and dr rp of @asmrvids helped me tremendously and I suggest you check those out as well. I also based it on a lot on a set of clinical non-ASMR videos that are maybe still my favorite unintentionals ever! I may reveal these at some point, but I may do more based on them first, winks. Finally, I'm sorry this is so long, but I need to thank all of the whisperers and asmr fans who have supported me up to this point. Sorry so long o.o. Enjoy and please be happy and healthy! Comment, subscribes, feedback appreciated! For reading this far, I thank you and offer you an alternate version: http://youtu.be/24qhRVJTjss
Views: 83440 AppreciateASMR
Keeping students engaged in large lecture classes. Part 1
 
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Dr. Hemmick is a proponent of the lecture method of content delivery. He uses a number of strategies to make his lectures more engaging. He makes personal connection with the audience using eye contact and even uses this to re-engage students who are not paying attention. He consciously demonstrates his passion for his field during his lectures which he finds gets the students excited and engaged. He varies the pace, tone and volume of his voice during a class. He uses storytelling to relate the theory to real world experiences. He also discusses how to create stories that are appropriate to a field. Tom uses humor to lighten the stress in the classroom. He suggests faculty get some formal or informal training in the performing arts to improve their teaching. He finds that movement around the stage, into the audience and by gesturing creates a connection with the students. Dr. Hemmick uses his mistakes as great opportunities for teaching as students tend to remember those events. He also commonly admits that he doesnt know an answer and attempts to work out solutions with the students. He believes that once attention is established it is important to use it to determine if students are grasping the material. He suggests one identifies students who have obvious body language or behavioral tells that indicate they do not understand the material and use them to monitor the class. He also uses frequent questions as a diagnostic of student understanding.
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Heart of Gold – Ukulele quartet – Summer Show 2017
 
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Country rock legend Neil Young is one of our favourite musicians to play on electric acoustic instruments. Our students tell us they like our informal friendly style of teaching and enjoy making progress with their instrument while having fun.
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Food for thought... learning is changing with Fred Garnett (video 1, Aug 11)
 
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A series developed and offered by the Academic Development Unit of the University of Salford. video 1 with: Fred Garnett Research Associate Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University of London Blog: http://heutagogicarchive.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @fredgarnett Questions we asked Fred: 1. How is formal and informal learning changing? 2. How would you explain the open context model of learning? 3. What does becoming a heutagogic learner mean for the learner and the educator? Fred asks us the following question: The heutagogic learner expresses learning creatively. How can we recognise the creative expression of learning? The Food for thought series is an opportunity to engage in a dialogue about hot topics in teaching and learning. Did this video make you think? Please share your thoughts and comments below. Thank you. More Food for thought clips will follow. We hope you enjoyed this one as much as we did making it.
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The Okura Prestige Bangkok - Elements Restaurant
 
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French cuisine with Japanese influences in a relaxed, informal setting with menus that reflect a remarkable blend of textures, temperatures, flavours and colours. Enjoy stunning views of downtown Bangkok from the alfresco cantilevered deck before dining in comfort and style in our culinary theatre complete with open kitchen.
IGCSE,IB MATH TUTOR IN GOWHATI
 
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This is Y K Reddy (Msc Math,BEd) with 13 years of excellence in mathematics.I am teaching for different syllabus (SAT IGCSE,IB,CBSE,ICSE,all INTERNATIONAL USA,UK)and different school students like oak ridge, Cheric ISH, Indus,DPS in Hyderabad If any body needs,Online tuition's please call 91-9000009307 My tutoring style involves much more than just recapping class notes and going over homework.I create additional problems, teach multiple techniques to solving a single problem, and work with the student to develop effective study habits.Every student is unique. Thus, I believe tutoring must cater to each individual student in order to reach him or her most effectively.Lessons are fairly relaxed and informal while always focusing on a complete understanding of the topic rather than robotic memorizing techniques. For more details : call 91-9000009307
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh - The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching
 
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Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered throughout the world for his powerful teachings and bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in the present moment—the only way to truly develop peace, both in one’s self and in the world. Thich Nhat Hanh has published over 100 titles on meditation, mindfulness and Engaged Buddhism, as well as poems, children’s stories, and commentaries on ancient Buddhist texts. He has sold over three million books in America alone, some of the best-known include Being Peace, Peace Is Every Step, The Miracle of Mindfulness, The Art of Power, True Love and Anger. Thich Nhat Hanh has been a pioneer in bringing Buddhism to the West, founding six monasteries and dozens of practice centers in America and Europe, as well as over 1,000 local mindfulness practice communities, known as ‘sanghas’. He has built a thriving community of over 600 monks and nuns worldwide, who, together with his tens of thousands of lay students, apply his teachings on mindfulness, peace-making and community-building in schools, workplaces, businesses – and even prisons – throughout the world. Thich Nhat Hanh, is a gentle, humble monk – the man Martin Luther King called “An Apostle of peace and nonviolence.” The media has called him “The Father of Mindfulness,” “The Other Dalai Lama” and “The Zen Master Who Fills Stadiums.”
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ONLINE MATH TUTOR FOR IGCSE,IB ALL COUNTRY STUDENTS
 
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Highly qualified and experienced tutor with more than 15 yrs of teaching experience is offering lessons in the subjects of Maths.I am teaching for different syllabus (SAT IGCSE,IB,CBSE,ICSE,all INTERNATIONAL USA,UK)and different school students like oak ridge, Cheric ISH, Indus,DPS in Hyderabad If any body needs home Tuition,online tuition's please call 91-9000009307 [email protected], skype: ykreddy22 My tutoring style involves much more than just recapping class notes and going over homework.I create additional problems, teach multiple techniques to solving a single problem, and work with the student to develop effective study habits.Every student is unique. Thus, I believe tutoring must cater to each individual student in order to reach him or her most effectively.Lessons are fairly relaxed and informal while always focusing on a complete understanding of the topic rather than robotic memorizing techniques. For more details : call 91-9000009307 When you call, don't forget to mention that you found this ad on Quikr. Online math tuition in Hyderabad ,Bangalore,Delhi,Mumbai,in India @ 9000009307
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How to Listen to Classical Music: String Things
 
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Watch the Jan. 27, 2011, talk "String Things," part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Mitchell Korn leads a participatory and in-depth exploration of orchestral string instruments: their construction; sound production; techniques and histories. Audience members try out various instruments and directly participate in the joys, frustrations and challenges of instrumental study and accomplishment. The class is part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's "How to Listen to Classical Music" class, presented by Giancarlo Guerrero, music director and conductor, Nashville Symphony and Mitchell Korn, vice president for education and community, Nashville Symphony and Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music Distinguished Lecturer for Music and Community. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt supports lifelong learning. It is an organization that provides adults with educational programs, stimulating tours and trips, and a variety of social events. The program reflects the high academic standards espoused by the university on all levels. By offering non-credit courses, students benefit from the stimulus of lectures and discussions in an informal and relaxed environment. The student body is a cohesive group that projects a true sense of community, always welcoming new members. The Division of Public Affairs sponsors Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt.
Views: 10866 Vanderbilt University
How to Listen to Classical Music: The Musician's World
 
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Watch video of the Jan. 13, 2011, class "The Musician's World." Mitchell Korn explores the mind set, culture, training, daily preparation and perspectives of the symphonic musician. Audience members learn about rehearsal regiments, the role of the musician's teacher(s); the complexity of musical and intellectual tasks; and the challenges of weekly learning and performing tremendous volumes of notes and music. The class is part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's "How to Listen to Classical Music" class, presented by Giancarlo Guerrero, music director and conductor, Nashville Symphony and Mitchell Korn, vice president for education and community, Nashville Symphony and Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music Distinguished Lecturer for Music and Community. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt supports lifelong learning. It is an organization that provides adults with educational programs, stimulating tours and trips, and a variety of social events. The program reflects the high academic standards espoused by the university on all levels. By offering non-credit courses, students benefit from the stimulus of lectures and discussions in an informal and relaxed environment. The student body is a cohesive group that projects a true sense of community, always welcoming new members. The Division of Public Affairs sponsors Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt.
Views: 13040 Vanderbilt University

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