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Enchanted Echoes: Choral Speaking & Theatre by School of Education

On November 24th, 2023, the School of Education (SOE) from the Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing and Education (FOHSNE) hosted its inaugural " ENCHANTED ECHOES: CHORAL SPEAKING & THEATRE " event, featuring the talents of 50 Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language (DTESL) students and 46 Diploma in Early Childhood Education (DECE) students. This captivating showcase of choral speaking, theatre, and dance performances was meticulously crafted under the guidance of DTESL and DECE lecturers. The event served as a culmination of months of dedicated rehearsals, planning, and collaboration, fulfilling the assessments for ELE 4173 (Public Speaking) and ECEC4295 (Music, Movement and Drama in ECE) modules. Held in the auditorium, the event was inaugurated by our Faculty Dean Assoc. Prof Dr. Veronica Chua who commended the school for organizing this wonderful event. Also in attendance were the school’s industry advisors as well as faculty students and staff . "
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