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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-456

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450 EVENING CLASSES Syllabus of the Course Introductory Lecture Elocution -The Art of Reading- and Speaking dis- tinctly intelligently expressively -I Physical of the body Ph rsiology and Mechanism of Voice and Speech illus- trated by diagrams and specimens-Attitude-Breathing- Voice Cultivation Production and Resonance -Vocalisation vowel sounds-Speech Articulation consonants and words- Pronunciation -II Mental of the intellects Accent-Em- basis-Pause-Inflection-Pitch and Modulation-Time- Phrasing -III Emotional of the heart Expression-Tones -Gestures Reading Private and Public-of diiferent kinds-Prose and Poetry Declamation-Recitation- Church Reading- Intoning Speaking in private and Public-Rhetoric-Preparation Knowledge Thought Logic Arrangement and Plan- Composition-Sentence-making-Choice of Words-Clearness -Language-Style-Embellishment-Anecdote and Illustra- tion-Speeches written or otherwise-Extempore and Ex- temporaneous-The Beginning and Ending-Delivery in accordance with all the Principles of Elocution-Eloquence Conviction and Persuasion-Different kinds of Public Speak- ing Speeches Debates Addresses Lectures Sermons Bell's Standard Elocutionist" is used as Reading Book Fees -Winter Session for either subject £1 lis or for both together £2 12s Gd After Christmas for either £t Is for both £1 lis Gd Summer Session for either £ Is for both £1 lis yd For the Whole Course Winter and Summer both subjects £3 13s Gd
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