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Eddy Jackson MBE
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Digital learning services streaming multimedia narratives
Interests: A MANIFESTO FOR THE VISUAL IMAGE Be brave, audacious, and creative in delivering compelling, high-quality online teaching productions. Audio, photography, video, and language facilitate these digital learning strategies. Here are visual insights and solutions for creating new learning. There is an Indian proverb or axiom that says that everyone is a house with four rooms, a physical, a mental, and emotional, and a spiritual. Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time but, unless we go into every room every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person. — Rumer Godden The objective is to develop positive audience engagement with a supportive online community. Using the literary device of anthropomorphism and personification psychological wellbeing stories exemplify key themes. What is your story? Free online short stories | Online short stories | Free online short stories | Short stories for kids online | Online short stories with questions | Interactive short stories | Interactive short stories in English | Moral Short Stories for Kids | Bedtime stories to read free | Bedtime stories to read free | Bedtime story for girlfriend | Bedtime stories to read free Eddy Jackson MBE www.communicationuk.com Digital Learning Services
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These are the worst scene from the nightmares haunting my early life. May I never experience the miasma from hells infernos of the burning stench of human flesh and panicking, baying animals escaping flaming barns. Stumbling along a forest path with night birds guiding and flanking our paths to safety, a parliament of tawny owls scouting the escape route. Bats sonic screeching helping by spotting hazards and trees. A chorus of pigeons herding the fleeing refugees. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Eddy Jackson MBE
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South Lancaster Speakers Club Programme 27th January. 6 minute speeches “Tall Tales” Assignment 7 Page 43 in the Speakers' Club manual. Using notes and microphone. Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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Catherine describes the Wellbeing Wheel™ as providing a baseline measure for wellbeing; completing the Wheel helps people identify for themselves areas of their life that are going well or where they could make some changes. Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2021 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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And how can we as an audience or viewer apply these to our own personal lives? The story and audio content will be added and supported by multimedia, photography, videos, visual images, sound effects. And what we hope to do is develop and produce a range of multimedia new stories in a genre of Homer, Greek literature, and the biblical tales. The object is to produce about seven short episodes, each of about two or three minutes long as a free online interactive story. Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2021 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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What did the hero learn? What can we learn personally from the story? And how do we use the same personal strength when we overcome obstacles in our own lives? The key questions of the story are about who is the hero in this story and why? What challenge or dilemma did the hero overcome? And what personal strengths did the hero possess? What choices did she or he have to make? And how did other people or characters support the hero? Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2021 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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The story is about responding to a crisis and overcoming challenges. And we show the motives of the people and hopefully moving to a successful resolution. The main characters in these stories have each got their own personality traits. Their names are Asta, Gidea, Leif, and Magnusson. And the story develops around these people and in the context of a very different time in history. Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2021 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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The theme for tonight’s meeting reflected the time of the year and each member present had been asked to prepare and then read a short story, extract from a story or a poem about Christmas. An Evaluation of each of the presentations was carried out by the next speaker on the above list. Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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The process becomes stronger when reading this with new media aloud and designing echoing patterns that reflect the characters. What I try and do to is create strong contrasts between good and evil and carefully select words to make people think about powerful feelings. This is the strength of poetry. What happens if we can condense language into a simple storytelling media and add it to online interactive media? It becomes very powerful and is the guiding beacon for this experimental media. This type of prose poem becomes a prophetic witness to the modern way of life that has become violently surreal. A prose poem tends to grow the image over the narrative. Continue reading
Posted Dec 11, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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Whose interest benefits? – Exam boards, bloated universities, colleges, and schools filled with meddling form fillers lacking in imagination and creativity? Your child, relations, and the country deserve better. Extend the early years, nursery, and infant curriculum from birth to the age of twenty-one years to develop the whole child within 24/7 365 days for twenty years for a dramatic improvement in the nation's ability to win Nobel Prizes or educate children away from so-called teachers and schools. Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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Isn’t one of the major factors here, about the huge need for child socialisation; arguably within mixed gender traditional schooling too; in full preparation for their outside of school future world, including the whole of their subsequent working lives and beyond. Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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Tall Tales 10th February Assignment 8 Using humour. New manual p. 14. Old p. 49 6-8 minute speech, Compare past and present humour on television 4+4 speeches Funny story 24th February Assignment 9 Audience rapport. New Manual p.15, Old p.55 6-8 Minute speech Speak about something you are passionate about 4+4 Own choice, but must have rapport with audience 10th March Assignment 10 Showpiece. New manual p.15. Old manual p.59 Five 6-8 minute speeches Demonstrate your speaking skills learnt over the past year Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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Like my owners, these toddlers have a zest for life. Being infants, they have the same basic sensory needs as me – touch, smell, sight, feel, hearing, and an awareness for proprioception – running, jumping, twisting, and turning. What laughter and fun we have, but they can never catch me? I dart under the bushes and have secret passages that come out behind them. Plus, I am a lot quieter. They giggle and laugh all the time. Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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I noticed in my training, socialization, and nurturing; my human’s thoughts mirror contemporary society views and ingrained prejudices. You can see these in tradespeople, hairdressers, conversations in gardens, and people talking in cafes. Or when cloistered middle-class academics are elucidating questionable philosophic dogmas in universities, colleges, and schools. Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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Now, let me tell you how to be a stubborn puppy. Be yourself, have fun, and enjoy acting dumb to gain extra rewards and treat. My humans are very kind, and they never ever get angry with me. I pretend to be very soft and cuddly, and they love it! Do not tell them I am playing with their weaknesses. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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On hindsight, everything at present is working out well. The anxieties, dilemmas, and decision-making in searching for the right dog - puppy are an important part of the journey. The best decision and major learning point are saying no and walking away from anything that is not right. After viewing a beautiful looking animal that had a capricious temperament and volatile personality and saying no immediately, things changed for the better. Check out and use the Kennel Club's guidelines. They are excellent and necessary in searching for good breeders. Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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The early experiences of life help shape the character, temperament, and personality. Here are illustrations of a Border Terrier puppy leaving her mother and litter in the transition to her new home. Warmth, safety, security, food, and a loving environment rich in kind language help. Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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We have put together a programme for the next 5 sessions until Christmas so you can ponder if you have the inclination. Most sessions include one 6 to 8 minute speech and I shall name an individual at random. If anyone has an objection to this please say. We are using assignments from the manual which hopefully will help the evaluators as they must see evidence of it. I will send a detailed programme before each meeting. Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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In the oral storytelling tradition, the narrative set in the dark ages in the area south of the Lakeland Cumbrian Mountains; Lancaster, the Bowland Fells, and the winding River Wyre develops universal themes that are prevalent today. The plot is about tribal identity, conflict, and agency. The audiences' imagination and creativity, in the spirit of Bertolt Brecht, is promoted in this experimental media project. Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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MAIN CHARACTER & HEROINE Asta (Ash -ta) is a diminutive of Astrid. Astrid originates in Old Norse languages and means "divine beauty". STORY PLOT Extending ideas from Qulipo, land art, pyschogeography, nature writing, experimental video poetry and dystopian storytelling framed to support the teaching of resilience for education and emotional wellbeing. Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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I want use an experimental approach to multimedia It is based on philosophy Language spirituality and storytelling the driver for this approach is my personal responses to the events of the time and the scenarios rom this zeitgist fake news propaganda the press government PR agencies and political parties I want to counter that bmaking people think about how language is used and this multi media production comes about from a fusion of Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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Tom Cunliffe YouTube Video Classic Yacht Overlord - The Offshore Cruising Club. Tom Cunliffe sails aboard a 58-foot yacht built for the Luftwaffe before WWII, brought to Britain in 1945, now owned and cruised by a very active club called the Offshore Cruising Club. My thanks to them. Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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The dynamic keyworkers from Farmyard Ales delivering vital goods during the age of the COVID-19 lockdown supplied respite to beleaguered households. They did a fantastic trade delivering ale to customers hunkered down during quarantine. Check out the statistics and rates of contagion. The rural district of Wyre has one of the lowest levels of disease infection in the country. Is there a link? Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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Carol Kershaw – French Dictionary, Selection of stones and choral singing. Carol stated that she was a Linguist and loved dictionaries, she also loved to travel and had many stones from different places visited including a piece of the Berlin Wall. Call also loved choral singing which gave a general feeling of well being. John Entwistle gave an Evaluation of this speech. Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2020 at South Lancaster Speakers Club
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Here are videos and photographs of a beautiful family dog. Monty the lurcher has a temperament and is a family pet. His handsome looks get lots of attention and make you feel great to be with. Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE
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There is no real that is more 'real' than simulacra - Using a door as a metaphor, as a gateway or portal to a new world of different perceptions, new knowledge with fresh insights, where do your imaginations and creativity lead to? ...the perfect crime of making reality and its problem disappear. Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2020 at Eddy Jackson MBE