The Seven P's of Brilliant Voice Usage

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In this brand new 'at a glance' guide, best-selling education author Sue Cowley introduces you to the key principles of brilliant voice usage in the classroom. In this book she deals with a diverse range of voice-related topics: how to adapt and develop your tone of voice, how to find the right pitch for the right purpose, how pronunciation works and why it matters so much, how to project your voice in different teaching spaces, how to pace your speaking for maximum impact, and much, much more. In this concise ...
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Overview

In this brand new 'at a glance' guide, best-selling education author Sue Cowley introduces you to the key principles of brilliant voice usage in the classroom. In this book she deals with a diverse range of voice-related topics: how to adapt and develop your tone of voice, how to find the right pitch for the right purpose, how pronunciation works and why it matters so much, how to project your voice in different teaching spaces, how to pace your speaking for maximum impact, and much, much more. In this concise guide to the subject, Sue also explains how your voice works, and how you can protect it from damage - essential guidance for all teachers, both new and experienced.

As with all the guides in the 'Alphabet Sevens' series, this book offers practical and realistic strategies that you can use to improve what happens in your classroom - immediately. Sue Cowley is renowned among both new and experienced teachers for the honest and helpful nature of her advice. In this book, she condenses all her expertise and experience into a mini guide that is quick to read and indispensable to own. If you've ever wanted to know more about how verbal communication works, or if you've ever wondered how best to use your voice, then this book is for you.

Sue Cowley is the author of over twenty books on teaching and parenting. Her publications have been translated around the world, and include 'Teaching Skills for Dummies', 'How to Survive your First Year in Teaching' and the international best seller, 'Getting the Buggers to Behave'. Sue's books feature as set texts on teacher training courses at many UK universities. Sue is a renowned teacher trainer and motivational speaker, and she has trained thousands of teachers, both in the UK and in Europe.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781489538024
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/29/2013
  • Pages: 66
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.14 (d)

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