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Paul Graham wrote recently on his perspectives on the written vs. This biases his comparisons and his essay. Having good ideas is most of writing well.
Most writers are unable to write in plain words or unable to find good ideas. Read the web for an hour: Speaking is harder in many ways than writing because it is performance.
You have to do it live. Some people who do not like to perform try to do what Graham does: You tend to fail when using a method for one form in another form.
Performance means there is no undo and no revision, which is a huge part of the appeal of seeing bands and people do things live and in person.
Writing is harder in some ways than speaking. Writing must be self contained: But the ability to revise and edit dozens of times narrows the gap. With enough work you can revise your way into competence. Yet speaking is performance: You can perform it again to improve on mistakes, but each instance must be done every time.
When you finish an essay, it is done forever. I first noticed this at a conference several years ago. There was another speaker who was much better than me. He had all of us roaring with laughter. I seemed awkward and halting by comparison.
Afterward I put my talk online like I usually do. This confuses entertainment with expression. There are different tricks to use in each form, but an essay can make you laugh, or make you angry, or make you hit the Facebook like button, despite not saying much, or anything at all.
But this is a failing of all mediums, including writing. A few years later I heard a talk by someone who was not merely a better speaker than me, but a famous speaker.
Boy was he good. These are a handful of great thinkers who used speaking as a primary medium of expression. I have to stop here to acknowledge that the history of thinking was spoken. The Ancient Greeks, where many of our big ideas still come from, talked.
Talking and thinking have a much older relationship than writing and thinking.Dec 10, · Practical Self-Forgiveness walking Interview with Lilly and Lindsay Craver - assisting and supporting with speaking self forgiveness out loud in facing resistances to writing and speaking.
Speaking and Writing Strategies for the TOEFL iBT [Bruce Stirling] on kaja-net.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Increase your TOEFL iBT score by increasing your speaking and writing scores.
By using the strategy called argument mapping. Why argument mapping? Because the TOEFL iBT speaking and writing sections are all argument-based tasks. In order for public speaking to become a skill, there are a few areas in which I need to improve to make it a suitable strength.
Public speaking is not a weakness . Critical Self-Reflection and Assessment Cindy Shanks, Associate Dean of Liberal Arts (SE) –Choose the mode: writing, speaking, activities, or media.
–Create a clear link between the (activity, service, What the What? Strategies for Critical Self-Reflection and Assessment. November The world needs your novel. ILR Calendar and agenda.
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