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Intercultural Communication Center Spring 2015 Preliminary Schedule
The following services are offered for continuing students during the academic year and on a limited basis during summer session one.

Students who have completed a check-in and are on the ICC mailing list will get weekly notices about all seminars, as well as announcements about workshops that are appropriate for each student (generally based on TOEFL speaking or ITA test scores). Additional sections of workshops/seminars (and possibly new seminars) will be added continuously throughout the semester to meet student needs. The website will be periodically updated to reflect changes.

Registration is required for all workshops and seminars. To register, respond to the email notices from eslhelp @ andrew.cmu.edu, call the ICC at x8-4979, send email to eslhelp @ andrew.cmu.edu, or visit our office in 308 Warner Hall.

The following link provides guidelines to help students better understand what is expected of participants in ICC workshops and seminars.
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Warner Hall 308
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890
Phone: (412) 268-4979
email: eslhelp@andrew.cmu.edu

  Credit Mini-Course

Meets in Cyert Hall A55
(3 units; pass/fail)

 99-452 - Language and Culture for Teaching 
January 20 - March 5
Tuesday & Thursday, 10:30am - 11:50am

  Workshops

Workshops meet in Cyert Hall A55 or A50
(TBA = To Be Announced)

 Advanced Fluency Challenges 
TBA

 Advanced Grammar Monitoring 
TBA

 Focus on: Pronunciation 
TBA

 Presentation Basics 
TBA

  Public Speaking Practicum 
TBA

  Speaking & Listening 
TBA

  Seminars

Seminars meet in Cyert Hall A55 or A50
(TBA = To Be Announced)

 Becoming a Better Language Learner 
TBA

 Communicating Data Effectively 
TBA

 Drama Techniques for Academic Presentations: Developing Non-verbal Communication 
TBA

 Drama Techniques for Academic Presentations: Improving Spoken Delivery 
TBA

 Elevator Talk 
TBA

 Email for Academic Purposes 
TBA

 Focused Listening 
TBA

 Hallway Talk 
TBA

 ITA Test Overview 
TBA

 Job Interviewing Skills 
TBA

 Paraphrasing Properly & Avoiding Plagiarism 
TBA

 Participating in Classes 
TBA

 Preparing for Oral Qualifiers and Defenses 
TBA

 Principles of Academic Writing 
TBA

 Pronunciation for Effective Presentations 
TBA

 Research Talk 
TBA

 Revising for Clarity 
TBA

 Small Talk 
TBA

 Three Keys for Successful Presentations 
TBA

 Writing Academic Summaries 
TBA

 Writing Successful Critiques  
TBA

  Individual Work

 Self-Paced Work 
Materials can be borrowed from ICC