Shakespeare teaching vital lessons on language
San Diego Union-Tribune--Even though William Shakespeare was born more than 400 years ago and wrote in an English we rarely use now, professor Jan Gist thinks there are still plenty of lessons to be learned from the playwright.
Like how to speak with confidence. How to put power behind your words. Even how to argue with purpose.
So Gist, a University of San Diego instructor, created an intense workshop called “Speaking Shakespeare With Skill and Power” to help people better communicate in the world (Full Story).
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