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Extemporaneous Speech Mechanics

Extemporaneous Speech (English Month Competition). Extemporaneous Speech is a public speaking competition that requires student speakers to deliver a limited-preparation speech with special focus on substance, organization of ideas and information, and confident delivery. Mechanics [Read more…]

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Communication-in-Photo Contest Mechanics

Communication-in-Photo Contest (English Month Competition). Communication-in-Photo Contest is a photography competition that aims to integrate student photographer’s understanding of the communication process in the digital age into the art of photography. Mechanics Participants shall submit their [Read more…]

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E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text Mechanics

E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text (English Month Competition). E-Poetry: Poetry Beyond Text is a digital poetry composition and presentation contest that captures the literary prowess of student poets in the light of digital media. Mechanics Participants [Read more…]

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Functional Styles of English Language

Functional Styles of English Language. This handout contains brief discussions on the definitions, classifications, and specific examples of the functional styles of English language.  Functional style is a system of interrelated language means serving a [Read more…]

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Afro-Asian Literature Course Synopsis

Afro-Asian Literature (Course Synopsis). This handout contains summaries and highlights of literary periods, pieces, and characteristics across African and Asian regions.  African Literature African literature comprises the oral and written works of the continent composed [Read more…]

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Mythology and Folklore Introduction

Mythology and Folklore (Introduction). This handout can be helpful for an introduction to Mythology and Folklore class.  The term mythology, may describe a certain body of myths, for example Greek, African, or Scandinavian, or it may [Read more…]