American Rhetoric, Top 100 Speeches A great speech can have a powerful impact. This site, based on the work of two communications professors, presents what the authors consider to be the 100 most important speeches of the 20th and 21st centuries. In addition to written transcriptions, two-thirds of the
Name: American Rhetoric: Top 100 Speeches Brief Description of the Site: Exactly what did Dr. King say in his â€œI Have a Dreamâ€ speech? What did General Douglas MacArthur say in â€œDuty, Honor, Countryâ€? What did Pres. Nixon say in his resignation speech? Here in one place are these speeches and 97 others.
Churchill Speech Interactive Students can listen to Churchill's "Iron Curtain" Cold War speech while interacting with the analytical tools supplied by the authors. There are supporting flash slide shows on related topics and themes such as the atom bomb, Europe in ruins, and Stalin and the Soviet
AS PART OF OUR 30TH-ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, Tech & Learning has compiled the first two of three lists of the 100 most important people: those leaders from the PAST who have shaped today’s edtech environment, and those leaders from the PRESENT who have been instrumental in the creation and advancement of the use of technology in education.
100 Words and Pictures that Define the Time 10x10 is an interactive exploration of the words and pictures that occur in the news all over the world. Every hour the site collects 100 frequently used words and pictures from various international news sources and presents them as one large patchwork image.