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Voice and the Teacher

Voice and the Teacher

Voice and the Teacher. Matt Sheppard. Voice and the Teacher. Aims of the Session To raise awareness of the link between a good voice and effective learning To introduce some practical based tasks and exercises to help improve the quality of the voice. Voice and the Teacher.

By kedma
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Presentation on the voice

Presentation on the voice

Presentation on the voice. By Chermaine, Jess, Rebecca & Emma. How the voice works and the basic structure of the anatomy…. The vocal chords change length as you change pitch. Vocal folds open to allow breath to pass in and out. The brain is programmed to perform this automatically.

By talor
(108 views)


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Breath Support and Control

Breath Support and Control

What is Breath Support?. Relationship in tension between the muscles of inhalation and exhalationIncreased breath pressure affects the vocal folds in two waysFrequency of vibration (pitch)Amplitude of the vibration (volume)Good support is the balance of tension between the muscles of inhalation

By zada (131 views)

Breath in, Breath out

Breath in, Breath out

Breath in, Breath out. Created By: Danny DiMarco, Jack Dillon, Delaney Zugelder, and Rebecca Moorman. How it Works.

By grace (155 views)

Breath

Breath

Breath. Lecture for 1 st year students. Active act. Pasive act. how to measure breathing rate. 14 - 20. Person is after rest, sitting/lying in a quiet possition. 14 – 18 optimal. Abnormal breath. tachypnea - frequent breathing (more than 20 per minute at rest)

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Breath

Breath

Breath. Curtain. Faint light on stage littered with miscellaneous  rubbish.  Hold for  about five seconds. Faint brief cry and immediately inspiration and  slow increase  of light together reaching maximum together in   about ten  s econds. Silence and hold about five seconds

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5 Easy Ways to Control Bad Breath

5 Easy Ways to Control Bad Breath

Having good oral health may provide several health benefits for your body. Most of the people may have problems related to bad breath, which is also known as halitosis.

By LaPerleDental (13 views)

Purpose of the Interactive Breath-Hold Control System

Purpose of the Interactive Breath-Hold Control System

Purpose of the Interactive Breath-Hold Control System. To improve CT-guided biopsies of the lung or upper abdomen by allowing consistent, optimal visualization of the target lesion throughout procedures where respiratory motion is a problem. Significance of Respiratory Motion.

By cullen (508 views)

Alcohol Breath Detector/Alcoscan Breath analyzer

Alcohol Breath Detector/Alcoscan Breath analyzer

The breathalyzer with special sensors for alcohol, provide excellent durability, convenience, precision as well as design. It has thus acquired international certifications such as UL, CE, DOT and FDA, firmly making its mark as the No. 1 product in the world.

By Supersafetyservices (112 views)

Breath–to–breath crackle rate variability

Breath–to–breath crackle rate variability

Crackle Pitch and Rate Do Not Vary Significantly During A Single Examining Session In Patients With Pneumonia, CHF, and IPF Raymond Murphy and Andrey Vyshedskiy, Brigham and Women’s / Faulkner Hospitals, Boston MA. Introduction. Breath–to–breath crackle rate variability.

By loe (151 views)

Breath Stacking

Breath Stacking

Breath Stacking. In Scotland. Why Undertake Breath-Stacking?. These are inexpensive techniques to help keep the lungs elastic, aid expectoration and reduce distress.

By swearingen (2 views)

Breath/Breathe

Breath/Breathe

Breath/Breathe. Breath – (noun) air inhaled or exhaled As she read over my shoulder, I could feel her breath on the back of my neck . Breathe – (verb) to inhale and exhale air Just breathe slowly and calm down.

By betha (218 views)