The Qualifying English Test (QET) will be conducted in digital format using Examplify with effect from July 2019.?
Please refer to the Registrar’s Office website for details on QET Registration
Students who need to take the QET are required to try as many practice papers as possible to familiarize yourself with Digital Assessment before the QET.?
A sample QET paper will be available at the pre-QET briefing. Students should register for one briefing session from this list.
CELC will be organizing the CELC Roundtable 2019 from 4-5 December, 2019. This event will be held at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) University Town.
The theme of the Roundtable is: The Scholarship of English Language Teaching and Learning: Creating Spaces for Inquiring Teacher Practices and Evidencing Student Learning.
This event aims to bring together ELT practitioners for the purposes of fostering the development of scholarly capacities in relation to English Language teaching. The programme features a variety of paper presentations, workshops and a panel discussion, and presentations from renowned scholars whose work has focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning as practised in the area of English Language teaching.
We are glad to have Professor Anne Burns as keynote speaker, and Professors Steve Walsh and Eniko Csomay as our invited speakers.
To access the Roundtable website, please click on the link below.
This module is taught over six weeks with two 3-hour sectional teachings per week.
Do make good use of this chance to clear ES1103 in Special Term 1, so that you can read your faculty modules which have ES1103 as a pre-requisite in the new Academic Year!
You will also get to try out registering for ES1103 using the NEW Module Registration System [email protected] from 18 to 22 March 2019.Please refer to the ES1103 special term schedule here.
The 2-day CELC Oral Communication Camp, scheduled on May 14 and 15, 2019 at the Stephen Riady Centre, NUS, focuses on developing student participants’ skills in impromptu and extemporaneous speaking. Speaking off-the-cuff and thinking on one’s feet are particularly important skills for any university student who is expected to perform well in various communication situations like interviews, group discussions, and public speaking events. University students are also expected to speak with competence, trustworthiness and dynamism on any given topic that is of general interest or is specific to his or her field of study. The 2-day camp aims at developing such skills through a series of workshops and plenary sessions with invited speakers. For the culminating activity, representatives from each of the breakout sessions will engage in a friendly competition where they will demonstrate what they have learned from the workshop sessions.