Ramzy Farouki reflects on the theme of 'Creative Inspiration' gathering insight and interpretation from reflections on work, life and personal experiences.
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I'm Not Actually Speaking Tonight, I'm Rapping
BY ROB JUDGES
@ VOL 80
ON FEB 23, 2011
Tokyo-based visual artist Rob Judges takes us on a tour of his work with a hip hop hippity hop style. Yes, the man can rap, and you'll have fun listening to him as he shares what he's been working on of late.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 12, 2013.
From Speaking to Spelling
BY HELEN BREADMORE
@ VOL 22
ON SEP 15, 2015
“You need to sing nursery rhymes, play I spy, make up stories and read books together; What children know about their spoken language affects how quickly they learn to read or write”
In From Speaking to Spelling from PechaKucha Night Coventry’s 22nd Volume, Researcher Helen Breadmore speaks of the interconnectedness between spoken and written language. In young children, because the learning process typically undergoes a particular pattern, one can learn a lot from the pattern of their mistakes.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, February 1, 2016.
BY DOUG LOWELL
@ VOL 16
ON MAY 27, 2015
In this introspective presentation from Portland, Doug Lowell recolects on a family member's diagnosis of cancer. Speaking about interconectedness, Life's cycle, and those who consume and those who are consumed, he explanes how the devistating emotional blow pruved to be the inspiration for his work.
A Fear of Public Speaking
BY MO NISHIYAMA
@ VOL 18
ON JAN 07, 2016
Speaker Mo Nishiyama tells us a little bit about his tremendous fear of public speaking, and how he has learned to give better presentations. He studied books, videos, and lightning-talk events— overcoming impostor syndrome to give an exciting Pecha Kucha presentation.
Thinking before speaking in different languages
BY AGNIESZKA KONOPKA
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 16, 2017
Agnieszka Konopka is psycholinguist and lecturer at the University of Aberdeen. This presentation explains how people prepare utterances across various languages and how people remember information that is presented with and without language.