Tagged With: Communication

How to decode others’ body-language : FBI tells us!

LISTEN TO SPECIAL AGENT Crossing of the arms, biting of the lower lip, a change in breathing rate — all of these body movements can communicate a wide range of things. But what do they mean? Retired FBI Special Agent Joe Navarro, who made a career out of « reading » the body language of spies and … Continuer la lecture »

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Prendre la parole en public – Tuto Video Bordas

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TUTOS video pour le GO et l’Oral

Pour ceux qui aiment les TUTOS en video sur Lumni c’est lumineux !

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Trump’s electoral strategy is one of emotion not a political agenda

Link to the Guardian’s Article

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Learning from the screen vs learning from printed books?

Screen-based online learning will change kids’ brains. Are we ready for that? by Maryanne Wolf Best Of Guardian Opinion US We are starting to see technology’s effect on child development and adult reading skills – and the research isn’t optimistic Mon 24 Aug 2020 15.37 BST Last modified on Tue 25 Aug 2020  ‘With millions of students … Continuer la lecture »

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Social Media and the monopoly of information

Who will choose the next US president – the American people, or Facebook? By Jonathan Freedland Fri 31 Jul 2020 17.09 BST The social media titans are more powerful than politicians. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg appears by video during a US house judiciary subcommittee hearing, ‘Online Platforms and Market … Continuer la lecture »

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Fighting with words : beyond emotion…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s eloquence in the face of arrogance is a master class   Washington Post article : commenting on the « incident »       The Guardian’s analysis  

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Music: the essence of one’s life

compare these two different approaches of Music as the essence of Life     What is Music_a poem by Duke Ellington

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The Positive and Negative sides of Media Power

The Media can be used as a positive tool to communicate and educate as suggested in this News Report from ABC But they can also cause much grief as suggested in that one

Catégories: 2. Private Space & Public Space, 4. Citizenship & Virtual Worlds, AMC1°_2-2-Informing and being informed, AMCT°_1-2-Public and individual freedoms, AMCT°_3-1-Power and influence | Tags: , , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur The Positive and Negative sides of Media Power

Inventions that changed our lives

the telephone : audio clip  transcript of audio   the phonograph  transcript of audio

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