Lecture 16. How the throat nervous plexus on speech influences? And how to snap out of a tuberculosis? (With illustrations)
In a human body for speech the throat nervous plexus answers. On speech is speaking process itself and its result understood . One of petals of this nervous centre envelops an internal surface of a pulmonary fabric. Thanks to management of nervous flowings of this part, the person is capable on to a current of various illnesses of bodies of breath, in particular, on a tuberculosis, to influence positively .
11 - a throat plexus, speech function
12 - function of children's speech
13 - function of adult speech
14 - function of magic speech
15 - function of yell
16 - singing function
17 - function of wise and deep speech
39 - function of colour speech
The task: set a goal: what role a throat plexus is carried out, and on what it influences? Further concentrate attention to the throat centre - to understand reaction of this centre. The core of a nervous plexus will strain, one of petals can. Does not let energy on the main nervous meridian downwards to heart flowing, search for an adequate mental condition at which pressure in the centre in a free flow of nervous impulses will pass . Flows in the centre will be expressed. Shown reaction can be differently: It will want to shout (shouting), will can hear unusual clicks, pressure will can be expressed on a chin and something will want to tell... In the latter case, your speech will be soft, as at the young girl or the teenager. And can, pressure will rise from a throat to auricles - then speech becomes magic, as at shamans... In any case, try to notice, how speech has changed!!! We will add, images will not be. Describe, what were a sensations and that occurred.
professor was just too lazy to write an original test. No kiidndg. While it's an effective (and appreciated) response to cheating, it also emphasizes so many of the pedagogical deficiencies that detract from the efficacy of an education that students and their parents are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for. While I can't speak to Mr. Quinn's charisma and ability to engage students, I am a bit disappointed to see such an ardent defense of a very lazy, ineffective and uncreative testing practice. To be clear, it's not acceptable that students cheated. However, it's not acceptable that Mr. Quinn apparently hasn't adapted his teaching method in over 20 years. We've all taken classes like this (tenured, unchangeable teachers and canned tests), and we tend to treat them the same. What do you do? You skip class, study the old tests, get your A, and learn nothing. Not effective, not engaging, and not worthy of what is apparently THE capstone class for UCF's undergraduate business degree.