Visual Reporting in English Language Communicating with Words and Images

Registration open NOW until 20 September 2019
Duration: from 03 October 2019 until 19 December 2019 (12 Weeks or 24 hours)
Every Thursday from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Lectures by Ms. Barbara J. Anello-Adnani, English Language Fellow 2019-2020, U.S. State Department
Course to be held at Center for Khmer Studies, Wat Damnak, Siem Reap

Course Description: This content-based English language course on communicating and reporting with words and images will focus on the creation of an original story using both text and images and on the practice and history of documentary photography and journalism. Students will develop skills in critical thinking, critical reading of news and other media, assessing sources, interviewing, defining the audience, editing, and reported speech (ESL grammar).

Students will gain skills in

  • basic principles of journalism
  • basic history and practice of photo-documentary and photo-journalism
  • interviewing
  • editing a text
  • taking and editing photographs
  • grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills
  • presentation and discussion

Requirements

  • Intermediate-level English-language proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening
  • A camera (phone cameras, OK)
  • Able to fully attend the course

Strong interest in journalism, reporting, and communicating in English language

How to apply

  • Provide two-page CV (maximum)
  • Also provide a one-page cover letter describing why are you interested in this course. What are your relevant qualifications? How will you use these skills/knowledge?
  • Available seats are limited. Please email your CV and Cover Letter to sreypich@khmerstudies.org not later than 20 September 2019 with the email titled: Registration for Visual Reporting
  • If you are selected, you will be contacted for further processing. The finalists will be required to deposit a small fee which will be returned once they complete the course

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