Narrowing a Speech Topic
Narrowing a Speech Topic. Part of the series: How to Pick a Public Speech Topic. Need public speaking tips? Learn how to narrow your speech topic in this free video clip from a professional public speaker.
Finding the Purpose in Speech Topics
Finding the Purpose in Speech Topics. Part of the series: How to Pick a Public Speech Topic. Public speaking is an art! Get tips for identifying the purpose of speeches in this free video clip from a professional public speaker.
Apartheid In Power
This video shows how for most of the twentieth century, a policy of legal segregation called apartheid favored whites in South Africa. Starting in 1912, the African National Congress used civil disobedience to fight apartheid. There is a description of the policies how they were applied and how this affected black families.
Pigs wallowing in mud
Berkshire and British Lop pigs and piglets enjoying the mud. Many good shots of four young pigs playing in a wallow and getting themselves very muddy, as well as a couple of much bigger and older pigs that are much less lively. Note: there is a country rock song about "strong whisky" in the background; you can turn the sound off and not miss anything.
The True Story of D-Day - Part 2 of 10
This second part of the documentary begins with a reconstruction of conversations between soldiers and the memories of former soldiers retelling what they lived that day before the attack started. The invasion begins before dawn with units of the US Airborne Divisions making night landings, while British commando units capture key bridges and knock out Nazi communications. Fighting begins.
The True Story of D-Day - Parts 5 of 10
This part of the documentary shows the reconstructed conversation between a German commander and a British soldier. The commander was trying to get information about the coming invasion. You can also see the actual man who participated in that conversation retelling his memories. In early June the invasion is ready to set sails. There is a description by the former soldiers, reconstructions and footage about the beginning of the invasion.
Fiscal federalism is the model of spending, taxing, and providing grants in the federal government system. The national government’s primary means of influencing state governments is giving money to states in the form of grants-in-aid. Grants-in-aid have a long history in the United States, dating back to the Confederation period. The nation’s leaders originally designed them to help fund agriculture, land grant colleges, and farm-related education. They grew to encompass many other types of
Chameleon colours predict who will win a fight
In fights, males with the brightest side stripes were more likely to approach their opponent, whereas those with brighter heads were more likely to win Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn24734
Learning English - Lesson Twenty Five (Making a Speech)
This lesson is an informative and humorous lesson on making a speech, featuring a very bad speech and some very specific pointers on how not to make the same mistakes. This was directed at ESL learners but is suitable for anyone. It contains subtitles in English while the narrator speaks in British English. (7:53)
Funny Speeches: Don't Telegraph Humor
This video teaches you not to preface, or telegraph, your joke. Just tell it. Learn how to give a funny speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
Funny Speeches: Eye Contact
This video teaches the importance of keeping your eye on your audience, giving specific tips and advice. Learn how to give a funny speech from professional speaker and communication instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
Funny Speeches: Spontaneity
In this video you will learn how to make your humor appear spontaneous, even when it's been prepared ahead of time. Learn how to give a funny speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
How to Give a Funny Speech : Funny Speeches: Appropriate to Audience
This video provides you with tips on how to make sure that your audience thinks your humor is funny by knowing who you are talking to. Learn how to give a funny speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
Public Speaking Tips : How to Use Humor in Public Speaking
Everyone loves a joke. video clip learn how to use humor in your public
speeches. The narrator in this video is a professional public speaker.
Practice Helps Public Speaking
This short public speaking tip will guide students in practicing a speech for the big day. Speaker says it is very helpful to practice in front of a person to get valid, effective feedback (1:15).
Practicing Speeches: Content
When going over your recorded practice speech, this video teaches you to look at it closely for the quality and organization of your content. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
Practicing Speeches: Finally, Stand & Give Speech
This video will show you how to practice the speech just as you will when it's time to give the speech to your audience. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video.
Public Speaking Tips: The Night Before
The night before a public speech, the speaker should practice
and get plenty of rest. Prepare for a speech the night before with tips
from a communications specialist in this video.
In an attempt to contend with the British Navy, Germany began to produce a new weapon of war—the U-boat. U-boats, a common English abbreviation for the German word `Unterseeboot', were submarines. Unlike surface ships, U-boats, did not adhere to the traditional rules of engagement, which required raiders to stop a vessel, examine its cargo, and allow passengers to escape before sinking the ship. Instead, the strength of the submarine was its ability to strike without warning, while its major
Mobilizing the US Nation for War
n April of 1917, President Woodrow Wilson received a declaration of war from Congress. Even as America prepared for war, the country remained split over the prospects of sending American troops to fight the nations that comprised the Central Powers. In an attempt to unify the nation, the Wilson administration undertook a remarkable propaganda campaign to sway American opinion toward intervention in the European conflict. The centerpiece of this campaign was the Committee on Public Information, a