On December 14th, 100 staff from the Office of Health, Safety and Environment attended the lecture "English for Campus Security", held by the Center for Language Education at Lynn Library. In this lecture, CLE instructors Jenny Hirst and Beatrice Clegg taught useful workplace English by recreating situations that happen daily on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Li Yuan, the Director of the Center for Language Education, giving a welcome speech to the attendees
CLE instructors Beatrice Clegg (left) and Jenny Hirst (right) teaching
Attendees increased their knowledge and deepened their understanding of English related to conducting prevention and control measures of COVID-19 at SUSTech. This lecture provided a great chance for them to improve their oral English and pronunciation.
English for Campus Security meets monthly from December and aims to provide useful workplace English, as well as practical English for oral communication through a situational approach, to staff who might need to communicate with international faculty and students.
The 2nd Chinese Corner Event: A Good Beginning This Semester 2023 04.03
Language Corner: Newest CLE Activity Offers Four Languages 2023 03.27
The First BME English Public Speaking Contest: A Joint Success of the CLE and BME 2023 03.21
Language Corner: A New Language Conversation Opportunity on Campus 2023 02.28
2nd SUSTech Global Language Day: Learning SUSTech's motto in 18 languages 2023 02.27