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Voice projection: an introduction

A half-day course in which participants learn to improve vocal projection through a variety of physical and vocal exercises practised by actors. Be prepared to relax, kick off your shoes and lie on the floor!

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Voice and presentation (one-to-one)

Individualised, confidential one-hour sessions providing opportunities to set objectives and work on exercises to reduce vocal strain, improve vocal range, variety, clarity and pronunciation and hold the attention of an audience.

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Voice and pronounciation for non-native English speakers

A half-day workshop for non-native speakers of English who would like to incorporate Standard English pronunciation into everyday speech, while maintaining positive aspects of your natural accent.

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Registration is open for the Cambridge Teaching Forum 2019

8 February 2019

Registration is now open for the Cambridge Teaching Forum 2019, which will be held on Friday 22 March in Newnham College. The annual Cambridge Teaching Forum provides a stimulating environment for staff to learn about innovative approaches to higher education in Cambridge, meet colleagues and share ideas about current...

Student Photography Competition now open!

4 February 2019

Submissions are now being accepted for the CCTL's 2019 Student Photography Competition! The theme of the competition is ' MyEducation@Cambridge '. Every student has their own unique perspective of education at Cambridge; what is your personal experience, and how might you represent that visually to others? Submissions are...

Applications are open for the Teaching & Learning Innovation Fund

10 January 2019

Applications are now open for the Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund (TLIF), for projects planned to start mid-2019. This fund was developed to provide start-up funding for projects focusing on innovative approaches to enhancing education. Up to ten grants with a maximum budget of £20,000 each are awarded every year...