These are (ideologically informed) phrases I sarcastically revoice
in class as students giggle and nod that they've definitely heard them before.
A follow-up move may be to prompt another student to participate in the discussion by asking a student with a representation of four groups of three, "How does your grouping model compare?" Alternatively, one may follow-up by asking students to revoice
or restate their peer's reasoning.
She points to the critical role of code-switching and identifies a range of functions that it fulfills including, for children, its role in play, the creation of distance or closeness, humor or power, and, in an interesting way, its use to revoice
It also allowed Azura to challenge sexist discourse and revoice
her identity in the group.
"So the decision was made to revoice
it and a lot of the parts were voiced by other actors.
Any upheavals more or less revoice
even in the most far away points of our global world, especially that diastrophic movement happens
Terman also works with actors to replace original dialogue with TV-safe alternatives--if actors are unavailable, he auditions sound-Mikes to revoice
lines--or convinces the original thesps to make it work.
He thought, "I'll have them remembered by letting this whole other town become their voice--and they will collectively relive and revoice
that silencing." It's like telling a story to the next generation so that the story stays alive.
And third, that in order for such dialogues to happen, museums need to 'revoice
' (by which they meant to engage multiple voices, multiple perspectives--thus acknowledging that our traditional museum presentations do not suffice).
In a sense, then, these women revoice
Sheherazade for a twenty-first-century audience, reweaving the complexities of her nightly storytelling.
Usk town councillors plan to write to every MP to revoice
''This is a fairly new departure to revoice
a film like this in Irish.