Public Speaking for freshmen: A Case Study
Amal Saleeby Malek

The purpose of this paper is to illustrate how a Public Speaking for Freshmen course (ENL 111) at a private university in Lebanon (Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU), is conducted at a time of change for both Teacher and Student. The focus of the paper is on the roles of the Teacher and Student, and on the creative pedagogical practices that work in a computer-based and technology- enhanced learning environment where it is possible to access, search, organize, and represent information in new ways. The paper will present creative and new types of learning and teaching through hands-on activities that affirm a general, positive perception of creativity and technology in teaching and education.

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