Speaker Essay Topics

Leading speaker

Although newborns can detect and orient toward laterally presented sound soon after birth, motor behaviour eliciting procedures should take into consideration the immaturity of the cortical structures of the auditory system, which is believed to be involved in complex temporal processing. For instance, Clifton et al 46 tested the “precedence effect” phenomenon on newborns, in… View Article

Turns with lag: silences and pauses

In interpreted conversations, speakers experience and perceive natural kinds of silences and unusual kinds of silences which emerge directly from the interaction of an interpreted event. one unusual type of silence during an interpreted conversation can develop when participants hear or see unintelligible speech or watch а signed language. Silence can also occur, as it… View Article

Professional Speaker

Our speaker, Dr. Derek R. Lane, Associate Dean of the College of Communications & Information Studies presented on June 27, 2008 this report to educate the University of Kentucky on the need to reinvent undergraduate education. The University of Kentucky has a dream to make it the University of Kentucky Dynasty that means the University… View Article

Tribute Speech

There were too much unimportant details in the speech so the focus was partly removed from the subject of the speech. It should have focused more on the person being introduced and the identifying details about the person instead of mentioning elements that were somehow, distantly related to the main focus. For instance, many of… View Article

Listening for cpe

1 Part 1 You will hear three different extracts. For questions 1 – 6, choose the answer (A, B or C) which fits best according to what you hear. There are two questions for each extract. Extract One You hear a man talking about a new project being launched in a group of small Atlantic… View Article

A detailed account of the Black Tuesday events

Question: 1 Black Tuesday refers to a day in Bahamian history, April 27, 1965. The then-Opposition Leader and former Prime Minister of the Bahamas Sir Lynden Pindling threw the Speaker’s Mace out of the House of Assembly window in protest against the unfair gerrymandering of constituency boundaries by the then ruling United Bahamian Party (UBP)… View Article