Department of Arts & Humanities: Writing Centre

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Dear Students,

The Department of Arts and Humanities will like to inform you of the development of a Writing Centre.

 

The main objective of the centre is to provide remedial English lessons to students who have difficulties with the conventions of formal academic writing. The centre is also targeting students who want to improve their essay writing skills.

 

 Other objectives include:

 

  • assisting students with the writing of effective thesis statements
  • assisting students with the proper planning and structuring of their essays
  • assisting students with formatting of project presentations and documentation of work according to APA and MLA formats ( or other approved formats)
  • proving pointers for constructing a strong argument
  • analyzing strengths and weaknesses in students’ writing with a view to providing advice and guidance for improvement

 

Location: Learning Resource Centre

(Small room next to Modern Languages lab 1)

 

Times: 10:30 and 3:30 - Tuesdays and Thursdays (Tentative)

 

For more information: Please contact Kemoy Edwards-Sylvester (Mrs.)/ Chair of the Department of Arts, Humanities and General Studies at 440 1389# 2311.

Changes to the Academic Calendar

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NOTICE

Please note that end of Semester Exams will commence 13th – 21stApril, 2017.


Exam dates are as follows: April 13th, 18th19th 20th  and 21st, 2017.


There would be no exams on Good Friday, April 14th2017and Easter Monday, April 17th 2017.

 

Please be guided accordingly

The Confucius Classroom at TAMCC

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We wish to bring to your attention the following information.

In 2015, a Confucius Classroom was established at the College following the signing of an agreement between the College and Ningbo University of Technology (NBUT), located in Ningbo, China.
The intention of the Confucius Classroom is to promote Chinese Language and Culture so as to build a bridge between NBUT and TAMCC; and to deepen the education co-operation and cultural exchanges between Grenada and China.
For those faculty and staff who are not aware of the location of the Classroom, it can be found close to the back gate occupying the building of the old plumbing lab.
There is a resident director out of Ningbo University, Mr. Liu Jian, stationed at the Classroom. Persons can feel free to pay a visit to the Classroom. Mr. Liu will be happy to provide you with information on the University and China on a whole.
Since the implementation of the Classroom, we have conducted Chinese classes to a few SCE staff members; TAMCC students; and secondary school students. We have also conducted martial arts classes, including Taijiquan, to a couple primary school and TAMCC students, and to TAMCC staff members. In addition, students and residents of Grenada have been consulting the Classroom for information as it relates to their classes, and their work, respectively. There are also opportunities for faculty, staff and students to travel to China, but these come with special requirements. These are just some of the undertakings of the Classroom.
So, we would like to encourage you to make use of the Classroom. We also collaborate with the Embassy of the People's Republic of China to Grenada, so we would be able to assist you in one way or another on matters as it relates to the promotion of the Chinese Language and Culture, and of China on a whole.
Regards,

TAMCC TV Programme 'Unlock Your Potential'

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TAMCC records its TV programme Programme 'Unlock Your Potential' at GIS every Wednesdays from 10:00 am.

All recorded programmes are aired on Saturday's of the same week at 2:00pm and Monday's of the following week at 5:30pm.

We will like to solicit your support of the programme by viewing it, taking notes and sharing your comments to us via email JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING

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