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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • start from an example, let us first take the teacher speaking
    • example, that Waldorf School pedagogy amounts to knowledge of
    • to increase discipline has pleased me very much. For example,
    • necessary to proceed as did, for example, Michael Bernays,
    • of the moment: when, for example, we are challenged and have
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • made in a parliament — of the kind for example, that the
    • case, for example, in recent history — by extending the
    • German, for example, then indeed everything denoted in the
    • is clear, for example in German, when he writes down
    • longer the case when, for example, one has no feeling any
    • use an example close to hand, that could perhaps have already
    • works, as for example Iphigenia, or especially in
    • example, — one must already say these things today
    • example, to the characterization of the free spiritual
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • an example, that we want to hold a lecture on the threefold
    • subject itself. I say that for this example. If one lives
    • take this example near at hand of the threefolding of the
    • all!) the lecture becomes forceful. If, for example, you tell
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • is good, for example, if Die Kernpunkte der sozialen
    • affects his stomach juices; how, let us say for example, wine
    • example is the following: ( It is retold in the latest issue
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • the equality of men, discussing it by means of examples, we
    • certain feeling, for example, that it is correct to permit
    • Another example:
    • An example that
    • following, for example:
    • speaking of the sounds. I have tried to give an example of
    • of mind in speaking, the following two examples can be placed
    • The following example is useful for
    • the following two examples should still be mentioned:
    • For everyone who stutters, this example is
    • example, observed at one time how such a lesson in writing
    • the patient — on the physical body. It is, for example,
    • direction. And if somebody, for example, is predisposed to
    • himself. The English language, for example, is little suited
    • example, that one has to give discussions on the building,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • facilitating understanding. Take, for example, repetition,
    • For example, take the speaker who, in seeking the right word
    • feet. But a speech does have feet!As an example one need only
    • Meyer, just such a witty debater. For example, at
    • intelligence. They could, for example, be average
    • government, as it exists today, is an example of such a

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