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February 20, 2020
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Enrichment

Improving Spoken English for Improved Communication

In this interactive course, you will get clear instruction on how to polish your English so you are easily understood. We will practice new skills as a group and practice materials will be supplied for your individual needs.

Accent Modification is taught by Margaret Morris, an expert speech and language pathologist. Her class is one for anyone who wishes to hone their spoken communication through a series of experiential exercises that brings the students into greater awareness in how they are pronouncing and accenting their words. The result is professional, polished English that will make you more successful and effective in any endeavor.

This course will be held Thursdays (Jan. 23, Feb. 6, Feb. 20 and March 12) from 8:30 to 10 am.

To register for the paid class:
Call Forsyth Tech Customer Service: 336-734-7023
Course Code: 135558

Forsyth Tech at Innovation Quarter
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Questions contact Rob Hinshaw, Forsyth Tech Corporate Education Coordinator, rhinshaw@forsythtech.edu or 336.757.3707


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February 20, 2020
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8:30 am - 10:00 am
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Forsyth Tech at Innovation Quarter
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$240.00

Forsyth Tech at Innovation Quarter

Innovation Quarter
525 Vine Street Winston-Salem , NC 27101
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+1 336.716.8672
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