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Greek Language for Young Students I Online Course I “M.”

Greek Language Online Course for Young Students. Start yours anytime, from any part of the world.

Alphabet Image for Greek Language Online Courses test imageM. is a young Greek-Cypriot girl with loads of imagination and a flair for languages. Having attended solely English speaking schools around the world, currently residing in Saudi Arabia, her parents were looking for an online Greek language course that M. would enjoy.

 

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Public Speaking Course I A. G.

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Public Speaking in Class AGConcentration, self-control, relaxed focus, succinct articulation are essential components of professional efficiency in every language and every working environment. Public speaking is the way to convey these in your work. body/word is the way to secure you excel.

 

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“Performance Writing as practiced in Dartington College of Arts and the body/word method: interdisciplinary approaches to writing as tools for research, creation and education. A starting point.»

CPOLYMENAKOS KEY NOTE PRESENTATION PATRAS test ImageKeynote Presentation on body/word and Performance Writing – March 2018

body/word CPOLYMENAKOSSo, what is this multimodal approach to writing, called body/word and how has it been useful in research, creation and education since 2009? An overview of it’s history and relation to DCA’s Performance Writing.

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body/word & Performance Writing As Visual Art And Curatorial Dramaturgy

Online_Projects_Christos_PolymenakosA body/word Course originally designed for MFA Students 

How may body/word offer a contemporary way into curatorial practice? What does dramaturgy mean in the context of Visual Arts? Do you need to write with words? How does Performance Writing allow personal practices and updated theories to blend  in a unique methodology?

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