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BUU Series English Lectures in Fall 2011
posted: 10 20,2011




The autumn season BUU Series English lectures kicked off on Oct. 11, after previous successful experience of planning, organizing and hosting English lectures in spring 2011. This activity is actively sponsored by Division of International Exchange & Cooperation and College of International Education, and cooperatively supported by Division of English Teaching and Research, Division of Academic Affairs and Division of Student Affairs.


Dr. Mark Buck, a foreign expert in Science and Technology University of Beijing, is invited to give lectures on various topics relating to English learning, such as Chinese Writing and Speaking of English, Nineteenth Century Britain, and Culture Shock and How to Deal with it.


There was not a single vacancy at the auditorium of North Campus. Teachers and students who are eager to be enclosed with English learning environment arrived earlier to witness wonderful speech from Dr. Buck. Meanwhile, he inspired students with his knowledge, teaching skills and humor. Participants enjoyed themselves in the lectures and decided to join in frequently.


Dr. Mark Buck completed his bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in the Cambridge University of UK. He is abundant in English teaching and has made several achievements in how to improve Chinese students’ English proficiency. His lectures are held at 6:00 p.m. every Tuesday till November this year.


Mr. Nicholas Dunn from Tenn. Temple University will be the next guest for the BUU Series English lectures. His topics cover the problems students encountered in their English learning, such as How to Study English Effectively, Understanding Tense and Important Concepts in English Speaking Culture.

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