Have you ever sat in an audience listening to a presenter race through their presentation, barely coming up for air only to trip and stumble across his or her words?
To deliver powerful presentations it’s essential that we know how to pace our selves as well as pause. How? In this article I’m going to highlight 3 key things that will help you with pausing and pacing.
Public speaking is one of the most commonly held fears and being heard in a group can be tough. Have you ever been in a team meeting and found it difficult to get your point across, often being interrupted by other, louder personalities?
Many people have. That’s why in this article I’ll outline three quick tips that will help you be heard and maintain your listeners’ attention.
Holidays don’t mean children must stop learning. How can you continue to help your child progress with their language? Here are 3 simple but fun activities for children that will not only keep them entertained these holidays but will also continue their language development.
My child doesn’t pay attention to information. How can I help them retain information?”
Listening is an important factor in learning and an integral part of speech and language development. Why not try some alternative ways to help your child to listen better. One way to do this is through the use of story time. Below I let you into my secret – the three things I’ve used to help children develop their listening skills.
Child language development is a hot topic, with many people having opinions on what’s normal and what’s not. In this article I will expose what’s myth and what’s truth behind 10 commonly quoted myths. You might be surprised…
As children grow up they learn through listening, in fact much of a child’s vocabulary develops from communicating and listening to their parents or other special adults in their lives. Listening skills are an important part of literacy.
So I’ve put together three simple and quick tips that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine to help your child improve their listening skills.
If your child isn’t talking yet, no doubt you want something practical and fun that will help increase vocabulary. So, in this blog I’m going to show you how using photo books is a great and positive way to help your child talk.
How can you help your child if they have a speech sound disorder? Here are 3 simple ways to help your child and some fun tips for reinforcing the correct sounds. For example if your child says, “I see a bish!” you can emphasise the correct pronunciation by saying, “Wow! What a big fish”. Continue reading