So, What do you Think? Strategies for Speaking & Sharing


This workshop will support you in improving your English communication skills, and is open to all year levels, programs, and students.

 
DateMonday, June 17, 2019 - 1:30pm

Phone

416.977.6000 ext.229

Cost

free

Email

tmaas@ocadu.ca

Website

bit.ly/WLC-events

Location

OCAD U Writing & Learning Centre 113 McCaul Street, room 512 (level 5)

It takes practice to learn how to transform thoughts into questions and discussion points. Avoid the awkward silence by finding ways to engage more and to share your unique stories and points of view. 

  • Improve your English communication skills
  • All year levels, programs, and students welcome
  • Support for ELL students (English Language Learners)

This is an informal workshop. We encourage you to stay for the whole thing, but you may arrive late or leave before the end if you need to. Snacks will be provided. 

Note: this workshop is open to current OCAD U undergraduate students - either those currently taking summer courses, or those returning for 2nd year or above. Looking for workshops for incoming first year students? Keep an eye on your inbox for an invite to COMPASS: Navigating Your First Year at OCAD U. 



digital postcard with workshop info
DateMonday, June 17, 2019 - 1:30pm

Phone

416.977.6000 ext.229

Cost

free

Email

tmaas@ocadu.ca

Website

bit.ly/WLC-events

Location

OCAD U Writing & Learning Centre 113 McCaul Street, room 512 (level 5)

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digital postcard with workshop info
Monday, June 17, 2019 - 1:30pm

It takes practice to learn how to transform thoughts into questions and discussion points. Avoid the awkward silence by finding ways to engage more and to share your unique stories and points of view. 

  • Improve your English communication skills
  • All year levels, programs, and students welcome
  • Support for ELL students (English Language Learners)

This is an informal workshop. We encourage you to stay for the whole thing, but you may arrive late or leave before the end if you need to. Snacks will be provided. 

Note: this workshop is open to current OCAD U undergraduate students - either those currently taking summer courses, or those returning for 2nd year or above. Looking for workshops for incoming first year students? Keep an eye on your inbox for an invite to COMPASS: Navigating Your First Year at OCAD U. 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U Writing & Learning Centre 113 McCaul Street, room 512 (level 5)
Website: 
bit.ly/WLC-events
Email: 
tmaas@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416.977.6000 ext.229
Cost: 
free
digital postcard with workshop info
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