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Speaking and Listening Links

Speaking and Listening Links

Favorite Poem Project: Video Collection thevideos/ index.html
The Favorite Poem Project is Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky's drive to create an oral archive of Americans and their most-loved poems. At the project's Web site, you can listen to famous and not-so-famous people from across the country read their favorite pieces.

Allyn & Bacon Public Speaking Website pubspeak/
Read tips on writing and delivering a presentation at this public speaking site for students. Audio clips from real speeches are used to illustrate key speaking concepts.

The Internet Town Hall: Harper Audio! Archives/ radio/ IMS/ HarperAudio/
The Internet Town Hall's site features an audio collection of famous poems and short stories, often read by their authors. Listen as Robert Frost reads several of his poems and John Updike reads excerpts from his short stories. Actors read other works, such as excerpts from Anne Frank?s Diary of a Young Girl and the poetry of Emily Dickinson.