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Our resource packs are designed to provide stand-alone assistance for teachers and other professional speakers improve their vocal communication.

We make our resources freely available because we believe in educating all professional speakers to achieve better outcomes. We have the following material available to download but check back regularly as we are always updating our resources.

5 Main Voices for Effective Teaching

A 32-page educational booklet which describes the different facets to the human voice, what techniques you can use to develop and exercise your voice, understanding The 5voices and their applicability to teaching and classroom management, and advice on basic voice care.

Skills of Vocal Delivery

A 24-page booklet on how to harness different voices and ways of speaking to students. Covering the mechanics of voice, effective and expressive delivery, and the use of phrasing, emphasis, pause, pace, inflection, intonation, power tone, pitch and more, this guide is a practical and deep-dive into understanding voice. It also provides advice on reading aloud, and how to set a good environment story-telling to maximise student engagement.

5 Main Voices for Effective Teaching

An in-depth and practical guide and accompaniment to support mentors of trainee teachers in utilising their voices in the classroom. With advice on what to look for in trainee proficiency, assessing voice quality, setting targets and providing feedback, this mentor handbook provides all you need to effectively assess trainee teachers on their use of voice.

The Little Book of Voice

A 15-page booklet on Voice Use – a Paradigm Shift.

The Little Book of Voice Care

A 19-page booklet on why warming up your voice is important.

Voice Care - Do's and Dont's

Daily Vocal Warm-Up

A daily vocal warm-up checklist covering Body, Breath, Sound, Resonance, Range, Articulation and Support.

Self-Analysis Voice Test

You will need to be able to use your voice at a professional skills level in order to communicate effectively in the classroom.  Read and consider the following statements.  Mark each statement yes or no according to your view of your voice.

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