MOOC for English-Teaching Professonals

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has launched a pilot Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) prepared by and for English-teaching professionals.

Shaping the Way We Teach English was developed by the University of Oregon. It is hosted on the Coursera platform as part of the Department’s partnership with Coursera. This is a free opportunity for current and future educators of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to improve the quality of their teaching methods.

The course offers a unique, multimedia-rich collaborative environment where participants can interact with top-ranked English-language educators from all over the world. Participants will have access to asynchronous materials and methods that complement college courses such as Introduction to Methods for Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Interactive discussion forums will also allow participants to share ideas with each other to enhance their English language teaching expertise. The benefits of this course should enable educators to establish, adapt, and evaluate their methods, materials, and classroom activities to improve their students’ study of English.

New Opening of 11th Reading Contest

The American Corner of Cambodia is hosting the 11th Reading Contest 2014.
The contest will help participants to improve reading and to foster a love and a habit of reading.

Reading is a basic tool in the living of a good life.” by Mortimer Adler.

When: 25th April 2014 – 14th July 2014

Who can participate in the contest?
1.    High school students
2.    English language students
3.    General public: 15 to 20 years old

•    To register, the participants are required to show a student ID card or a family book.

•    Participants have to earn passing scores of five journal entries in order to be selected to join the final round. Participants will get an evaluation form of the journal entry and a sample of the journal entry from a librarian after registering for the contest.

•    During the final round, the participant whose names are drawn will be asked to talk about one of their journal entries within a few questions.

•    Participants are required to submit at least five journal entries to the program committee in order to be graded.

•    Participants can check out two books at a time for two weeks.
•    The deadline for submission of final entries is on 14th July 2014.

1st prize: Electronic Dictionary
2nd prize: External Hard Drive
3rd prize: Backpack
4th prize: Flash Drive
5th prize: Badminton
6th-10th prizes: Nice Pens

For more information, please contact us at:
Main Library/American Corner, PUC South Campus
No.184, Norodom Blvd., Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 993 957
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The Final Round of 10th Reading Contest

American Corner Cambodia at PUC organizes the Final Round of Tenth Reading Contest. The competition of the reading contest will be held on Friday, April 25, 2014 @ 11:15 A.M. The contest will be conducted at American Corner.

Important Note:The name of candidates will be drawn and then talk about their interesting stories within a few questions. All candidates shall come to the American Corner to be competed for the Tenth Reading Contest Prizes.




Scholarship Presentation

This presentation will be benefited for both undergraduate and graduate students in Cambodia.

Essay Writing Competition

This program is organized by Peace Corps Volunteers. The purpose this writing is to help improving students writing skills for high school students.


Main Library/American Corner/EducationaUSA Advising Center
PUC South Campus No.184, Norodom Blvd., Phnom Penh
Tel: 010 50 21 21

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