UTown Self-Guided Tour

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Oral Communication Camp 2018

In line with the National University of Singapore’s ‘Able Communicator Initiative’ to nurture able communicators amongst our students, the Centre for English Language Communication (CELC) is organising an Oral Communication Camp entitled 'Discover the good speaker: Speaking competently, critically and ethically in the age of ‘fake news’'. 

Open to all NUS undergraduate and postgraduate students, the 2-day Camp aims to provide in-depth, focused and intensive coaching on effective and ethical speech communication.  You will learn attributes that shape an ethical and critical speaker along with the effective use of language, voice and body in speech communication situations. You will also learn how to make a persuasive group presentation in response to a problem case that require competent, critical, creative and ethical speaking and listening, and how to confidently and effectively engage the audience verbally and nonverbally.  

Our speaker line-up includes: Professor Mohan Dutta, Provost’s Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Communications and New Media, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Associate Professor Lim Lei Theng, Deputy Director, Legal Skills Programme and Co-Director, Centre for Pro-bono Clinical Legal Education, Faculty of Law, Ms Dawn Tan, Presenter and Senior Producer, MediaCorp Pte Ltd, Mr Jose Hong, Singapore Press Holdings Scholar and Journalist, The Straits Times, and Mr Tan Yang Long, Social life enthusiast and NUS honours student of Sociology. 

Event Details

Dates: 15 and 16 May 2018
Venue: Stephen Riady Centre, UTown, NUS
Registration Fee: $20 per person

For more information about the event, please visit our page at http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/programmes/occ2018.html.

To register for the camp, please access the online registration form here: https://mysurvey.nus.edu.sg/EFM/se/543BE5C246066ED3 and pay your registration fee at CELC.  Here is a map showing where CELC is located: http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/aboutus/contactus.html. For any enquiries, you may send an email to elcbox70@nus.edu.sg.

Come join us for this enriching and exciting event!