CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

January 22, 2019
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

A workshop aiming to improve female college students' writing and expressions was held at China Women's University in Beijing on January 12.

A group of heads of departments of prestigious universities, such as Tsinghua University, Beijing Normal University (BNU), Peking University and Communication University of China (CUC) shared their views on the theme at the event.

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions
CWU Vice-President Wang Lian addresses the symposium, explaining the purpose of the common required courses of writing and oral expression at CWU. [China Women's University]
CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

Xuan Hua from Tsinghua introduces the university's pilot course on writing and communication. [China Women's University]

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions
Xia Min from BNU outlines the university's courses involving writing and expressions, and she offers tailored suggestions on the course improvement of the CWU. [China Women's University]
CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

Zhang Huiyu, associate professor at Peking University, stresses the significance of non-fiction writing in college students' cultivation. [China Women's University]

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

CUC professor Li Hongyan analyzes the relationship between writing and oral expressions, and he emphasizes the importance of writing-skill training. [China Women's University]

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

Zhang Li, Deputy Director of the National Working Committee on Women and Children under the State Council, suggests that famous writers and experts on official documents be invited to join the teaching teams. [China Women's University]

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

Shou Jingxin, head of the teaching supervisory team at CWU, recalls the history of the writing course at the university and offers constructive advice, such as combining writing with teaching and setting limits on quotas in a class. [China Women's University]

CWU Hosts Workshop on Improving Female College Students' Writing, Expressions

A group of guests from some prestigious universities attend the workshop. [China Women's University]

 

The workshop was launched by the School of Art and Design of the CWU in response to a document released by the Ministry of Education on improving talent cultivation capability in undergraduate education.

CWU has offered a public course on writing since 2012 and the writing skill of its graduates has improved since that time.

 

(Source: China Women's University / Translated and edited by Women of China)

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