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Re: talk quiet

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Tue, 26 Oct 1999 22:14:20 -0400


Susan in Michigan- Keep tlaking quiet. I sometimes think no one takes time
for quiet anymore. So many of us in the art field already have queit voices
and we're often struggling to be accepted for this. I too wait for quiet to
begin or teach. i sometimes have double classes so I have brought in a
microphone so that I can be heard but keep my voice in a queit tone. the
kids seem soothed by a quiet approach. Susan in Ohio
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Date: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 8:53 PM
Subject: RE: talk quiet

>That is really inspiring to hear.
>
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> I teach in an inner city high school with"minority/poverty" kids. I
>wait for
> them to quiet down, then I talk in a quiet voice and they listen.
>I also
> praise the first table that everyone is quiet at. sometimes I have
>to stand
> near a talker, or even put my hand on his/her shoulder, but I can
>always get
> their attention. Yelling or even talking loud to my high school kids
>has
> never worked for me, it always turns them off and they get an
>attitude.
> susan in michigan
>