Magazine Archive - April 2017

April 24, 2017

What a Puppet Show Can Teach You About Presenting


Faculty , Just For Fun , Tips

They took a chance on entering a puppet slam: Here's what Buckley coaches Alejandro Garcia and Jenny Maxwell learned that can help your presentations.

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April 19, 2017

Facilitating Techniques for Speakers


Public Speaking , Faculty , Three Things , Instruction , Tips

Managing the audience and working toward agreement are two of the skills an expert facilitator will master. Buckley coach Katie Pope shares how her experiences as a facilitator can help your next presentation.

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April 15, 2017

Baseball Great, Camden Native: Honoring Larry Doby


Welcome to Camden

As we mark Jackie Robinson Day, we're also thinking of another Major League Baseball barrier-breaker, Camden-born civil rights leader and Cleveland Indians star Larry Doby.

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April 14, 2017

The Scoop on Public Speaking: About that Lectern


Public Speaking , Seen|Read|Heard , Just For Fun , Tips

Bernie Sanders speaking from a pint of Ben & Jerry's has us thinking about some of the crazy things people believe about using lecterns--and the advice we give.

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April 11, 2017

Poems in your Pockets & Verse for Every Month


Resources , Public Speaking , Tips , Just For Fun , The Buckley Experience , Poems to Read Aloud

Years before there was National Poetry Month, The Buckley School was encouraging students of speaking to read poems aloud. Here's a little more about how you should and--with some help from Bill Murray--why it can even be fun.

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April 4, 2017

Accent for...the win?


Public Speaking , Seen|Read|Heard , Instruction , Just For Fun

"Do I need to change my accent?" It’s a question Buckley faculty are asked all the time. If you listen to this year’s NCAA national basketball champs, you'll hear why our answer is “no.”

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April 3, 2017

A Great Speaker Gets His Day


Public Speaking , Faculty , Tips , Resources , Public Speaking Books

Our memories of Winston Churchill, the leader, are tied to those of Churchill, the speaker. While April 9 is his "day," Buckley director Karen Kalutz says there are lessons to use from his speaking all the time.

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April 1, 2017

A Read Aloud to Make You Chuckle


Tips , Resources , The Buckley Experience , Poems to Read Aloud

Reading poetry out loud can improve your speaking--and when the poet is Ogden Nash, it's also just plain fun. Take a whirl with one of our Nash favorites.

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April 1, 2017

Hall of Fame, National Budget & Buckley Babies


Faculty , Alumni , School News

Some of the good news that's made its way to the school's inbox recently--including alum in the spotlight and reasons for our faculty to raise a toast and break out the cigars.

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April 1, 2017

Lessons from Coaching Youth Debate


Public Speaking , Faculty , Three Things , Instruction , Tips

"Speaking is like sports. It's all about muscle memory," says Buckley faculty Jana Daley, who volunteers as a high school debate team coach. She shares three things she's learned that can help any speaker.

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