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|—Judy Moreo “I use many props. The props act as cue cards reminding me of |
what to say next.” —Tom Ogden “The simplest way to customize is to phone or e-
mail members ofthe audience in advance and ask them what they expect from
|1Participant Guide > Start here 2 Learning Journal 3Skill Development Action |
Plan 4 Quick Reference 5 Next Step “I use many props.The props act as cue
cards reminding me of what to say next.” Tom Ogden “Ask yourself, If I had only
|Mind mapping. Mental images used in mind mapping help you sort your material |
and identify easily remembered connections. □ Props. I use many props. The
props act as cue cards reminding me of what to say next. — Tom Ogden ...
|Ask yourself, If I had only sixty seconds on the stage, what would I absolutely |
have to say to get my message across. - Dewar, Jeff No ... Moreo, Judy I use
many props. The props act as cue cards reminding me of what to say next. -
Ogden, Tom ...
|Many suggested that one way to avoid the forgetful bird was to use index cards |
as reminders. Those among us who are ... The props remind me of the story order
and the sequence of incidents within the tale." Another suggestion to avoid the ...
|Practical suggestions to prepare over a dozen literacy work stations that link to instruction and make preparation and management easy for teachers.|
|"There is one charming lady among our guests, her face took me in a moment ; |
but she is a titled lady : there is no Mrs. Woffington amongst them. ... And you
have never seen her act ? ... But she does not remember that, nor shall I remind
her, madam," said Triplet, sternly. ... The card, madam " (and he drew it as doth a
theatrical fop his rapier) " of him who, to all these qualifications, adds a ... He is
now the prop of the ' Cocoa-tree,' the star of Han- elagh, the Lauzun of the green-
|ton, observing a warrior aiming his piece at Boone's the air, or hurled them down |
with such force me' ... to protect themselves and families from the incursions of
their savage foes, and was the scene of many a thrilling and ... Kenparty from
behind a tree, by which act he exposed his person, aimed, fired first, and brought
him down. ... There was not a second to lose ; the savage was already over him,
and the next instant would decide the fate of ... He says : “ The fighting was terrific
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