Learning the Scripts

Take an actorly approach to your performance

Working from home and interacting online has rewritten the rules of online conduct. Performance online is now a significant part of any compelling online presentation. Embrace this means of doing business and give the best possible account of yourself.

 
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Studying Online

Students

Understand how to write and present submissions online

By sharing tricks learned as a BBC Radio producer, Dr Mike Howarth will guide you through the ins-and-outs of scriptwriting, photography, editing and presentation. 

You will learn how to:


- Write spoken English

Convey complicated concepts

Compose credible arguments

- Understand critical analysis 

This is not a writing service. Through shared screen sessions we examine your writing and help you understand how to change your own writing to ensure greater audience comprehension. 

For more information on how Speak-EZ! can help students, click HERE

Professionals

Make enjoyment the vehicle for your knowledge transfer.

Research shows us most learning is informal, conversational and activity-based. Most knowledge creation for employees takes place in informal engagements both online and offline. Becoming comfortable and developing your own identity online will ensure every appearance carries the appropriate gravitas.

You will receive:

- Personal online tuition

- Professional performance tips

- Friendly feedback in real time

Our services include an initial no-fee 15-minute consultation, then a series of one or more 60 minute online sessions, supported by resources, performance assessment and practical demonstrations.

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What is 45˚ Learning?

The method that underpins our work at Speak-EZ!

45˚ Learning has its roots in teaching techniques in daily use by the BBC Education Department.

By implementing this set of rules and practices for both language and physical application, Speak-EZ! can revitalise and evolve your engagement online.

Simple to understand practices, such as the illusion of informality achieved by positioning the laptop at an angle to the lecturer or student, the creation of depth or ‘thinking space’ achieved through the placement of artefacts, each add to the impact and subsequent recollection of your sessions.

Academic lessons are traditionally recorded by a static camera at the back of the room. By adapting our professional video news journalism method, we set the standards higher. We help you understand the building blocks of how to deliver an imaginative, watchable lecturing event with lasting impact as a future resource.