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Words are only part of the message; your tone of voice communicates volumes in U.S. academic settings. Learn how intonation (voice variation) may influence audience perceptions about your expertise, approachability, and intentions, such as asking a question or making a statement.
Facilitators: Colleen Meyers, Elena Stetsenko
Language learning is a process, and it will take some time to fine-tune English skills. What can you do in the meantime, or in addition to, fine tuning your accent? Developing your presentation skills can be a useful compensatory strategy. This workshop will highlight skills that are particularly important for teaching, but are also relevant for other kinds of presenting as well. Participants will develop their ability to speak with clear organization and use visuals effectively.
Facilitators: Jeff Lindgren
Effective Study Techniques, Part 1
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