Voice Matters: Engaging and impacting your audience with your vocal delivery
This 2-hour workshop will help participants understand that their voice is an instrument or tool that they could probably use more effectively in presentations and public speaking. The workshop will introduce two basic but important aspects of speech/sound production – breathing and resonance.
Talking to Your Anxiety - Impromptu Speech Practices
Would you like to share your thoughts on anything with other students? Would you like to practice your presentation techniques and receive feedback on them? Join this workshop to improve your public speaking skills and challenge yourself to speak publicly.
How Intelligible are You? Diagnosing and Improving Your Pronunciation
The aim of this workshop is to help you increase your speech intelligibility. We will identity your areas for improvement in terms of pronunciation and introduce you to tools and strategies for articulation of sounds and features related to tone, stress and rhythm.
Lens on China Workshop Series
The series consists of four workshops (6 hours), that will use Chinese movies as a learning resource for students whose Chinese proficiency has reached intermediate or advanced level. This workshop series aims to:
Learning Chinese through ice-breaking games
If you are a Chinese learner. Have you ever found practicing the Chinese language to be boring? Have you learned numerous words and phrases but struggle to connect with Chinese people?
Starting Attractively - Presentation Introductions
Have you found it difficult to attract your audience to your interesting (or boring) presentations? There's no harm to present your fascinating ideas with engagement techniques because the audience's participation can always bring you a better atmosphere.
Chinese Knots Tour
Are you curious about what is Chinese knots? Do you want to make it by yourself? Register now! In this workshop, you will create your own Chinese knotting accessory, learn more about different types of Chinese knots and their symbolic meanings, and discover the world of Chinese folk art!
Why are presentation skills and PR important to developing your career? ——Wise tips from experienced practitioners
The human brain receives information first through vision. Images account for 75% of the information received, while hearing only accounts for 12%. What is even more challenging is that the human brain’s concentration is very limited and will naturally decline after ten minutes.
Finding Your Voice: Writing for Academic Purposes with Authorial Flair
This 2-hour workshop will help participants find their authorial voice and write for academic (and other) purposes in a way that engages and resonates with their readers. The workshop will introduce what it means to have an authorial voice in academic writing.