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Are After School Activities constructive?

11th February 2013
Young children today are gradually being sidetracked from books preferring to be in front of a monitor or television screen instead. It really is important that children begin at a young age their reading habits so anything parents may do to help them sha... Read >
Author: bookseller16

About The Shipping Forecast

11th November 2011
"and here is the shipping forecast issued by the Met. Office…" Words that many of us have heard as we toss on the high seas, and for those who have drawn the short straw, rudely awakened in their bunk at 0520 hours as the chosen crew member to note dow... Read >
Author: Simon White

How to Write a Classic Novel: 5 Elements That Will Turn Your Book into a Masterpiece

17th March 2011
Want to write a novel that doesn’t just sell well but is also a classic, one that people are reading 100 years from now? Who doesn’t, right? Well, if you have some talent and try to include these 5 elements, your words—if not you yourself--might become im... Read >
Author: Marc D. Baldwin

Hebrew Cantillation Marks for Torah Reading

28th January 2011
When we hear the Torah Reading in synagogue, we immediately understand that this is not a regular reading: the Torah Reader (BA'AL KORE) not just reads the words, he sings them! A Torah Reader sings the words and phrases with special tone, which he learne... Read >
Author: Zohar

Speech Therapy Ideas to Overcome Stuttering Quickly and Easily

28th July 2010
Stuttering or stammering is a speech disorder wherein the person repeats certain letters or syllables, which disrupts the smooth flow of words. It is difficult at times to understand what the person means because of this condition. Sometimes, a person suf... Read >
Author: Jesse Kemmerer

The ABC's of Creative Writing Tips

18th March 2010
This ABC of Creative Writing Tips will provide a helpful checklist of editing tips for new writers and anyone who wants to avoid common writing weaknesses. A checklist can be especially useful when you're first learning to edit your own work. Over time, y... Read >
Author: Pearl

Speak With Confidence - How To Make Your Voice Sound More Confident

01st December 2009
How you voice sounds plays a big part in conveying your message effectively to your audience. A confident sounding voice is a key to being able to speak with confidence and conviction.Studies on effective communication show that how you use your voice can... Read >
Author: Edward Hope

An epigrammatic and aphoristic sytle of Bacon in his essays

11th June 2009
AN EPIGRAMMATIC AND APHORISTIC STYLE OF FRANCIS BACON IN HIS ESSAYS The great contribution of Francis Bacon (1561-1626) to the development of English prose can hardly be overlooked or denied. He was the first scientific philosopher to write English in a c... Read >
Author: Khadim hussain subhpoto

How to Speak Clearly and Be Understood

14th January 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Lynda StuckyBeing understood in the workplace can be all too difficult sometimes. You have important messages to convey to your boss, your colleagues or your subordinates. Does it ever feel like you are misunderstood? Realizing that the... Read >
Author: Lynda Stucky, M.A. CCC-Speech Pathology
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