WEMUNC Training Camp Book

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This is a book for the WELAND Model United Nation Conference's sub-project which is called Training Camp in October, 2009.

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WEMUNC Training Camp Book

  1. 1. WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP HANDBOOK 2009
  2. 2. 2 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Foreword TABLE OF CONTENT FOREWORD Dear Delegates, Foreword 3 Welcome to WE Model United Nations horizons. The more I learn about the world, Faci, Faci !! 5 Training Camp 2009! the more important I find it is to share the Time Tables 14 world with you, the younger generation. It’s a great honor to deliver my regards Workshop Topics and Lecturers 16 to you at the beginning of the camp. The As Samuel Erman wrote over sixty years ago: training camp staff has been working “Youth is a matter of the will, a quality of the Logistic and Accommodations 18 tirelessly for nearly four months to make imagination, a vigor of the emotion, it is the Maps 21 our training camp as enjoyable and freshness of the deep spring of life.” We want intellectually stimulating as possible. I really to share our will, our imagination, and our MUN Debating & Public Speaking 24 hope that every one of you will have a great emotions towards MUN with all of you, to time over the next seven days of learning help you become more confident, turn into MUN Paper Writing 36 and exploring with each other. a strong MUN leader and achieve success Negotiation in MUN 48 in your future life. That is why, we gather MUN has been a major part of my life for here this summer in Beijing-- from Harvard, Cross Culture Communication 60 four years. Ever since primary school, I Yale, University of Pennsylvania, UCBerkeley, have always possessed a passion for other from America, Europe, Asia, from thousands Notes 72 languages, cultures and people. That said, it and thousands miles away--to be friends should come as no surprise that I chose to with you, to share our passion with you, to major in International Relations and minor demonstrate our vision of the world for you. in English, Japanese and French in Beijing This training camp is all about you. You are Foreign Studies University. I have been the real leaders here, dear delegates. very involved in MUN activities and other internships as well. I was chosen as delegate, It is my hope that this training camp will Assistant Director, Under-Secretary-General be stimulating, exciting and entertaining and Faculty Advisor for many national – I hope you are ready! I look forward to and international MUN conferences. I was seeing, talking and becoming friends with also been intern for Xinhua News Agency each of you I hope to see you make lifelong and CCTV, reporting on domestic and friendships with your fellow delegates from international news for the government. this training camp. From all those experiences, I learned a great deal and dramatically broadened my Enjoy your time! All original materials in this document © 2009 by the Beijing WELAND International Ltd., except as noted. Any reproduction of original Cheers, material, by any mechanical or electronic means, is prohibited without the express written by the Beijing WELAND International Ltd.. 本阅读材料内容来自北京蔚蓝国际文化发展有限公司。本阅读材料汇编版权归北京蔚蓝国际文化发展有限公司所有,未经允许不得以 Ji Xin 任何方式出版、引用、翻印。 (Head facilitator of WE Model United Nations Training Camp 2009)
  3. 3. 4 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Faci, Faci !! FOREWORD When ordinary becomes extraordinary It is my great pleasure to welcome you all to MUN conference local and overseas. But it the WEMUN Training Camp .It is awesome to also, is a start for you to discover who you have the vibrant youth coming from all the are, and also how to become extraordinary provinces in China , to attend the training from ordinary. Making changes in the world, session together with us. making a better tomorrow for our future. My involvement with Model UN started a I believe that every student here has their FACI, FACI !! year ago, when I learned about this academic own potential. But, you need to search for solution for the youth to discover, and the key to release your potential energy address solution to the world’s critical issues. into kinetic energy. (as simulation of Albert In fact, Model UN will serve as a platform, for Einstein’s Energy Theory). Derive your sense, you to discover yourself, for you to connect inner energy field, and deliberates to the with the rest of the world. And at the mean world. Leadership is not about position time, you will enhance your personal and but is about attitude. It is all about making professional development like negotiation difference to oneself and others. It is always , debating , and also develop your interest a calling, an urge, an inner shirt to kick start about the world’s development. and change others. It can’t be denied that, the talent market A living, walking talking, working, example around the world became more competitive of the “plan, brief, execute, debrief, WIN” due to globalization and the development approach, that makes us what we are, all over of web 2.0.As the leaders of tomorrow , the world. True well meaning executioners, You and I need to equip ourselves with the situational leaders, and gentlemen who flexibility, leadership, and also the wisdom, know how to command respect and never knowledge, so that we will get ready for the demand it (taken from the Ticked by Life). globalization era, and manage to survive and succeed. Nevertheless, let’s explore the extraordinary journey with the kick start of this training The value of this conference lies in the camp. I sincerely hope that you will discover opportunity of providing for an in depth of your potential and make a difference to training, and also help you to get ready for yourself and the others! Yours Sincerely, Sze Yan (Chairperson of WEMUN Training Camp 2009)
  4. 4. 6 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Faci, Faci !! FACI, FACI !! My name is Andrew Kang and I am a senior at Cornell University. I am majoring Dong Tianyue is now a freshman in Beijing Foreign Study University, majoring in in Chinese-US relations, and would like to pursue a career in international law and English. She graduated from Hangzhou Foreign Languages School, where she chaired development after graduation. I look forward to teaching in this program. several conferences in the HFLSMUN Club. She took her first WELAND National Training Camp in 2007 and gradually developed her interest in International Affairs. Besides, she is found of reading, jogging and travelling. She is looking forward to meeting young friends in the coming training camp. Carl Brinton recently graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in My name is Eli Silverstein. I grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. In high school I served Asian studies, economics, and Chinese. He's been involved in Model UN for 6 years as the President of my Model United Nations club for two years and won various in high school and college representing many countries on different committees. awards at many different model UN conferences. I currently am a student of Chinese Last year he ran the Crisis Committee at BYU's MUN conference with his wife, Gloria Asian Pacific Studies at Cornell University. I hope during my time with you at this Jean Gong, and was head delegate of the Russian Federation to NMUN in New York, concept I can share my passion for MUN and foreign policy with you! which was awarded Outstanding Delegation. He is currently studying public policy at Nanjing University. Chen Yuefan is right now a junior student from China Foreign Affairs University. She Fang Chen is now a freshman in China Foreign Affairs University, majoring in English majors in English and International Studies while takes Economics as her minor. She and International Studies. He participated, chaired and organized more than ten had her first MUN experience in high school. Now as the Vice Chair of CFAU-MUN MUN conferences at home and abroad, including Bosmun 2008 and Wemunc 2009. Association, Chen is mainly responsible for academic research and liaison. She would Besides, SIFE and Volunteer Tutorial experiences also make an evident impact on his like to work with all of you in this national holiday. life. As for now, his interest in business management and political science made him exploring more on the academic pursuit. Daniel Geisinger was born in Redondo Beach, California. When I was 6, I moved to Diego Zhou FANG is currently a freshman at Peking University, majoring in Spanish. Taiwan for one year for my dad's work. After returning to the States when I was 7, I He was the Assistant Director General of this year’s WEMUN Conference. He himself continued studying Chinese, and I picked up Abacus as well. During that time, I was, took part in the WELAND National Training Camp in 2007, which enlightened him and still am, a guy who really loves sports. For my high school I played basketball and a lot. This year, he is going to make his own contribution for the Camp. He will be tennis, and was the Varsity tennis captain all 4 years. Also, I was the president of a teaching MUN writing and interesting workshop and as well very glad to have community service group which volunteers to work with little kids. In the Fall of 2010, discussion with students on any kind of topic. Don’t be afraid to bother him! I will go back to the United States and attend Harvard College. Living in China now will hopefully give me life experience and maturity to not only succeed in college, but in life after college as well.
  5. 5. 8 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Faci, Faci !! Gloria Jean Gong recently graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree Li Ran (Amy) is now a senior student double majored in Accounting and Finance at in Chinese and Media Arts Studies. Last year she ran the Crisis Committee at BYU's University of International Business and Economics. Her first experience with Model MUN conference with her husband, Carl Brinton, and was awarded Outstanding UN started in 2005 as the representative of Iran in the 1st PKUNMUN. Delegate for her role as Russia on the Security Council of NMUN in New York. She is currently studying environmental law at Nanjing University. In university, she has achieved excellent academic records, volunteered for Beijing Olympic Games and one of the biggest NGOs in the world, interned in giant companies such as PwC, EA, IBM, and also made friends with wonderful people from more than 20 countries. She believes diversity and sharing keep life fresh and she cannot wait to make friends with every one of you! Han Xue is a senior English oral interpreting student at Beijing Foreign Studies Mateusz Surówka (Matt) was born and grew up in Cracow, Poland. In 2004 he University. Having started debating since her freshman year, Han Xue has became a student of Cracow University of Economics, majoring in international attended many debate tournaments both at home and abroad, including the relations. The topic of his master thesis regards mutual economical relations between United States, South Korea, Bangladesh, Shanghai, Wuhan, etc. She holds titles of South-East Asian nations and the European Union. In 2004 he joined his university’s several championships and best speakers, and has been qualified as a coach or an Rock Climbing Department and in 2007 became the head of the Department. The adjudicator in many tournaments as well. Apart from debating, she was the deputy following year the club scored third place in Polish Academic Climbing Championship. leader of the Society of Chinese Traditional Musical Instruments at BFSU and has In 2008 he received a semester scholarship to the Parisian business school ESCP-EAP. successfully organized two concerts. She is active, easy-going and loving to share her Apart of rock climbing, he enjoys trekking, practicing yoga and traveling. experiences with her fellow friends. Jenny Wang is currently working for a strategic consulting and sourcing company Melody Young is a junior attending the University of Oregon, majoring in in Shanghai where she performed due dilligence, valuation analysis and market International Studies and minoring in Chinese. Currently, she participates in the research for global clients. Jenny graduated this June with a B.A. in Management from Chinese Flagship Program at Nanjing University. She was formerly the Co-President Shanghai Jiaotong University. Through her various experiences in the United States, of her high school Speech and Debate club, competing primarily in public debate, Europe and Southeast Asia, Jenny developed a strong commitment to international student congress, radio commentary, and prose. Fairly versatile in terms of event relations and politics. She is a very easy going person who loves horse-back riding, styles, she invested her high school years into training various novice speakers. Jazz and being exposed to a new culture. Jenny is excited about the training camp Melody is a simple individual who enjoys surfing the web, eating delicious foods, and and cannot wait to meet all of you! curling up on the couch with her eyes glued to the television screen. Lauren Dickey is currently a junior at the University of Oregon, majoring in Asian Michael Gold was born and raised in Palo Alto, California and attended Palo Alto Studies and Chinese. This year her studies have brought her to Nanjing University High School, where he was editor-in-chief of the Campanile, selected best high where she is continuing to take courses focusing on Sino-American relations and school newspaper by TIME Magazine in 2002. He attended Yale University in New politics. Lauren has participated in Model UN at the college level and debate at the Haven, CT, where he was a staff writer for the Yale Daily News and an associate editor high school level. She loves traveling, learning about other cultures, and meeting new of the Yale Daily News Magazine. In spring 2007 he won the Yale Daily News Wallace people. Prize and Yale University English department Wright Prize for an journalistic essay he wrote on skateboarding in New Haven. In his spare time he enjoys creative writing and has completed a screenplay and two novels.
  6. 6. 10 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Faci, Faci !! Mike Deal is a graduate of the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ and Sacred Heart Seo Hyun(Christine) Kim is currently a rising senior in the CAPS(China and Asia University, Fairfield, CT, where he received his Master of Arts in Teaching degree. He Pacific Studies) program at Cornell University. In the past few years, she has interned has over a dozen years experience as a teacher with parochial, private and public at the Korean Mission to the UN, which gave her some insights on how real diplomats schools in the United States, including as an Advisor to Mock Trial teams. He is in the UN interact. She also interned at the Atlantic Council of the United States, currently teaching Conversational English at Hunan University of Humanities, Science where she was able to attend various international conferences around Washington, and Technology in Loudi. He's a Lifetime Member of the Society for Educational DC. She now interns at the Carter Center Beijing, where she collects information Reconstruction and currently serves as Editor of the organization's quarterly. Mike about China. She has a great interest in learning about foreign countries and making loves to travel and has visited over 35 countries and 45 US states. new friends. Monica Luo is currently studying abroad in Nanjing University; she’s a junior Serge Ajamian is presently working as a Project Executive for a Hong Kong based from University of Oregon and her major is marketing. Monica is friendly, kind, company. He is highly self-motivated, entrepreneurial, and looking for constant self- enthusiastic, active, organize, creative and responsive. She loves sports and music. growth and improvement. He can speak English, French, Arabic, Armenian, and Monica cares about her community and loves to be involved with different activities presently undertaking Chinese Mandarin. He has organized and participated in many like helping younger children with reading, working at the hospital and volunteering international events, including GLOBAL AFFAIRS/ANNAHAR/DAILYSTAR, ELECTIONS as translator at a community center. CANADA, GLOBAL VISION CANADA and HARVARD MODEL CONGRESS. Peter Wood is a Senior college student from Texas, currently enrolled at Peking Sonia Powązka is Sinology graduate student from Poznan University In Poland. University for the 2009-2010 school year. He participated in several MUN conferences She also studies International relations as her second faculty. She spent a year on during his high school career and has 6+ years of debating experience at the scholarship in Wuhan’s Huazhong Shifan Daxue. She also was an intern in Polish college and high school levels. He spent the 2007-2008 school year at Peking Embassy in Beijing. Sonia loves to travel, to visit new places and to make friends. She’s University, where he helped out with the 2007 WEMUN Training and worked with the open-minded, honest and joyful. Speechcrafters Debate Club. He likes traveling, languages and meeting new people. Robert (Bobby) O’Brien is a former Fulbright Scholar and a graduate of George My name is Tatiana Robinson. I grew up in Buffalo, New York. Dur8ing high school Washington University. His research as both an undergraduate and a Fulbright I participated on my debate team and occasionally sat in on Model United Nations grantee focused on China’s foreign policy and domestic political transformation. Born meetings. MUN helped shape my decision process when choosing a major at my in Georgia, he grew up in New Hampshire and lived in Washington, D.C. for four years college, Cornell University. I look forward to working and meeting with all of you. before moving to Beijing in 2008. Bobby is an avid athlete and sports fan. He played rugby in college, currently hikes regularly with a club based in Beijing, and plans to begin training for a marathon in November.
  7. 7. 12 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Faci, Faci !! Wan Li is currently a sophomore in China Foreign Affairs University, majoring in Zhang Yuan: Debating from high school years, Zhang Yuan could rank as one of English and International Studies. He has been very involved with Model United the most persistent debateaholics in China. From Los Angeles to San Diego, from Nations activity and served as the Chair of World Bank in WEMUNC 2009. He is Fukuoka to Melbourne, she has taken part in various public speaking trainings and passionate about MUN and is always willing to share his MUN experience and debate tournaments at home and abroad through college years. After obtaining the thoughts with others. runner-up in the 12th FLTRP Cup—the top English debate competition in China, she also became a familiar face in the tournaments held by many universities as invited adjudicator. She can’t wait to see everyone and share all the good things together. Wang Wenlu(Winnie) is currently a junior in Beijing Foreign Studies University, Zhao Yawei is currently a freshman of Renmin University of China. Having majoring Teaching Chinese as a Secondary Language. Her MUN life stated from 4 participated in more than 10 times national and international MUN conferences years ago, when she was in high school. Now She is the Secretary General of Model during his high school time, he was selected as the Representative of Mainland United Association of BFSU. China to participate in Sciences Po Europe Asia Conference in Paris, April 2009. He has got the Highest Award in this annual event and also the chance to study at Sciences Po with scholarship next year. He has been chosen as the President of the Student Federation, President of the MUN Association and the Secretariat Member of WEMUNC2009. Two and a half years in MUN made him an optimistic, passionate and bold person. He cannot delineate his gratitude towards the people and society that nurtured him. In the land of possibilities, he believes he can strive for something that’ll one day make him the pride of the world he came from. Wu Li is a student in English Department of China's Foreign Affairs university while he possess massive experiences of training and education, especially on Public Speak. He personally have two students how won the bronze prize and the seventh place in OUTLOOK English Speech Contest (China). Though focuses on public speaking skills, he is also energetic with MUN activities. He was the Best Style winner in Peking University MUN and also well-experienced with US-form MUN. He is willing to offer everything he got and help you to sell yourselves in front of other delegates. Wentao Yuan studied psychology as an undergraduate at Peking University and a graduate student at Yale University. His research interests include social psychology, judgment and decision making, and consumer behaviors. He recently returned to China from the United States and is planning to pursue a legal career. He looks forward to meeting some of China’s most talented young students.
  8. 8. 14 Time Table (Oct.2nd-Oct.8th, 2009 Tianjin) Time Line Oct.2 Oct.3 Oct.4 Oct.5 Oct.6 Oct.7 Oct.8 07:00 Morning Call 07:30-08:30 Breakfast 08:30-09:00 Warm up MUN Check in Simulation MUN Debating & Negotiation Cross Culture Negotiation MUN Debating & 09:00-10:25 Public Speaking in MUN Communication in MUN Public Speaking MUN Paper MUN Debating & Negotiation Cross Culture MUN Paper Closing 10:35-12:00 Writing Public Speaking in MUN Communication Writing Ceremony WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP 12:00-13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 13:00-14:00 Lunch Break Check out Cross Culture MUN Paper MUN Debating & MUN Paper Cross Culture 14:00-15:25 Communication Writing Public Speaking Writing Communication Opening Ceremony(Team Negotiation Cross Culture MUN Paper MUN Debating & Negotiation 15:35-17:00 buildingGSS training) in MUN Communication Writing Public Speaking in MUN 17:00-18:00 WORKSHOP 18:00-19:00 Dinner 19:00-19:30 MUN Rules & Daily Reflection Procedures (lectuer by 19:30-21:30 Head Facilitator) GSSBusiness Model Contest MUN Simulation Time Table (Oct.1nd-Oct.7th, 2009 Nanjing) Time Line Oct.1 Oct.2 Oct.3 Oct.4 Oct.5 Oct.6 Oct.7 07:00 Morning Call 07:30-08:30 Breakfast 08:30-09:00 Warm up MUN Check in Simulation MUN Debating & Negotiation Cross Culture Negotiation MUN Debating & 09:00-10:25 Public Speaking in MUN Communication in MUN Public Speaking MUN Paper MUN Debating & Negotiation Cross Culture MUN Paper Closing 10:35-12:00 Writing Public Speaking in MUN Communication Writing Ceremony 12:00-13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 13:00-14:00 Lunch Break Check out Cross Culture MUN Paper MUN Debating & MUN Paper Cross Culture 14:00-15:25 Communication Writing Public Speaking Writing Communication Opening Ceremony(Team Negotiation Cross Culture MUN Paper MUN Debating & Negotiation 15:35-17:00 buildingGSS training) in MUN Communication Writing Public Speaking in MUN 17:00-18:00 WORKSHOP 18:00-19:00 Dinner 19:00-19:30 MUN Rules & Daily Reflection Procedures (lectuer by 19:30-21:30 Head Facilitator) GSSBusiness Model Contest MUN Simulation Time Tables
  9. 9. 16 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Workshop Topics and Lecturers WORKSHOP TOPICS AND LECTURERS Workshop Topic Lecturer Workshop Topic Lecturer China's emerging role in the world Jenny Wang European Integration Mateusz Surówka American High School Classroom Jenny Wang Merging sport and traveling in Europe Mateusz Surówka "The Modern International Political and Economic Systems: Time for a Robert Brien WEART—Art is My Second Language Michael Gold Change?" "Sports in America: What's Popular, Where It's Popular, and Why It's Robert Brien Not One But Many: American Diversity & Lifestyles Mike Deal Popular" International Relations Theory: Realism Chen Yuefan Tucson, AZ & the Southwest USA Mike Deal Basic Theories of Macro-Economic Chen Yuefan How to Resolve Conflicts Monica Luo Last 20 years in Poland, After Transformation Sonia Powazka Football/Frisbee/Basketball Monica Luo Polish Nobel Prize winners Sonia Powazka American Jazz Peter Wood Sino-Us Relations, the past, the present and the future Andrew Kang American Painting and Art History Peter Wood Jordan: Where have all the Jordanians gone? Carl Briton My Internship Experiences with United Nations Seo Hyun(Christine) Kim Central Asia: Here a Stan, there a Stan, everywhere a Stan Stan Carl Briton Pop song time (learning songs in English) Seo Hyun(Christine) Kim Shocking studies in social psychology (Milgram experiment and Stanford The American Documentary Film and Radio Series "This American Life" Gloria Jean Gong Yuan Wentao prison experiment) American Political Comedians Gloria Jean Gong Running a Marathon Yuan Wentao THIMUN Rules and Procedure Fang Chen & Dong Tianyue Broadway Theater Lauren Dickey Frisbee Lauren Dickey International Relations and National Security based on Rio Tinto case Li Ran Performance Art Li Ran
  10. 10. 18 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Logistic and Accommodations LOGISTIC AND Nanjing: day on what we have found and notify the owner as Training Camp offer free pick-up places: Nanjing soon as we find the registered item. Lukou International Airport Terminal , Nanjing ACCOMMODATIONS Railway Station, from 6:00-14:00 on Oct.1st. Shop Attached Desk Students will be able to buy the book and disk Creating Leaders in the Future: Diplomatic Strategy Returning Railway Tickets and Skill involved in Model United Nations edited by the ex-general secretariat of WEMUNC——Leo Chen. Conference arranged from 12:00 to 13:00 on Oct.7th(Nanjing)/ Oct.8th(Tianjin) .We strongly recommend that Training Camp will only help students who have submitted the return ticket request on time. Souvenirs such as pins, T-Shirts, and other Administration And a student leader do the check-out for his/her schoolmates. He/she can collect all the room keys merchandise with logos of WELAND are also available Students have to hand in the full ticket fee on the for purchase. Services and hotel will return remaining deposits of all night of Oct.1st.(Nanjing) students to him/her. Students have to hand in the full ticket fee on the Registration and Payment All students please leave the cable (网线) in the hotel night of Oct.2nd.(Tianjin) room, and don’t take it away.(Nanjing) Training Camp tuition fee must be paid in full Training Camp doesn’t guarantee that every request Equal Treatment before a student can register. At registration, each will be satisfied. All booking fees (range from 10RMB delegation will receive: Meals to 50RMB) have to be covered by the student him/ herself. Training Camp best achieves an educational • Training Camp Handbook Nanjing: All breakfast, lunch and supper will be environment if we offer equal opportunity and access • Reading Materials buffets from the evening of Oct.1st to the morning of Students will get return tickets at the Student Service to all students. • Badge Oct.7th. Desk on Oct. 5th. • Coupons for meals Instances of discrimination based upon race, color, Training Camp will offer each student a hamburger gender, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, If any of these materials is missing from the and a drink as lunch on Oct.1st. Student Service Desk age, or disability will not be tolerated. If you feel registration packet, please inquire with staff at the disadvantaged because of any of these reasons, Student Service Desk. Tianjin: All breakfast, lunch and supper will be buffet Information Desk please speak with any of the Secretariat members or from the evening of Oct.2nd to the morning of The Information Desk acts as the central information staff. Every student will also be asked to sign contracts Oct.8th. center. The Information Desk staff members answer a agreeing to the Training Camp Code of Conduct. wide range of questions about Training Camp. Training Camp will offer each student a hamburger Official Code of Conduct and a drink as lunch on Oct.2nd. The information includes but is not limited to the Check-in, Check-out & Deposit following aspects: Attendance Students must hand in one coupon for each meal to Students are expected to arrive promptly and attend All students must prepare the original ID card/ service persons before their entrance to the cafeteria. • Asking for directions all classes & sessions in order to be considered for an Hukou/passport of their own for hotel to document Coupons will be handed out in the package at • Accommodation problems award at the end of the training camp. during check in. registration. • Lost badges/materials • Returning tickets Badges Deposit of 100RMB per person will be collected • Medical Care Upon registration, all students will receive a badge during check-in by hotel. The hotel staff will check Transportation • Asking for leave bearing their name, class information and school each room every day, and any damage or lost to the identification. room will be compensated by student him/herself. Tianjin: Lost & Found Desk Remaining deposit will be returned at check-out. Training Camp offer free pick-up places: Tianjin Binhai During the training camp, anything found can be put Badges must be worn all the time, within the hotel as All luggage is expected to be fully packed on Airport Terminal , Tianjin Railway Station(Tianjin east in L&F Desk while anybody who lost his/her items identification, and as entrance passes to classes & activities. the night before Check out . Check-out will be Railway Station) from 6:00-14:00 on Oct.2nd can register at the desk. Our staff will broadcast every For security reasons, we cannot allow persons
  11. 11. 20 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Maps The Map of WELAND National Training Camp in Tianjin without badges to take part in any training camp No student may buy, possess, or consume any function. Lost badges may be replaced at Student alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs, or any other Service Desk for a fee of 10 RMB. The badges are illegal substances. color-coded as follows: Any violations of this rule will be taken very seriously • Facilitator gray and the student’s faculty advisor, as well as the • Teaching Assistant Green Training Camp Secretariat, will be notified. • Student Blue • Faculty Advisor Purple Asking for Leave • Organizing Committee Staff Red No student will be allowed to leave the hotel during the Training Camp without permission due to Computing security concerns. If the student has to leave hotel Free access to the internet can be found in every due to personal or objective reasons, he/she must student’s room. However, this equipment is only for notify his/her TA and Training Camp Staff at the same the student to search training-related information time. Training Camp will issue a paper note with and finish homework. the signature of student him/herself and stamp of Training Camp. Only students with this paper note Curfew will be allowed to leave the hotel with accompany of The camp schedule indicates the mandatory student Training Camp Staff. curfew for each night. Every night there will be curfew at 23:00, when each student is supposed to Safety be resting in the assigned room. All student rooms Students must obey the fire and safety rules of the must be quiet, and for no reason should students be hotel. in the hallways past this time. Enforcement No co-ed rooms or movement between rooms will All Training Camp personnel will act to uphold these be tolerated. Only those students participating in rules of conduct. Training Camp staff members will official address any infringement directly or refer the case to the Training Camp Board. Serious violations of Training Camp activities after curfew, as designated policy will be referred to the principle, along with by a member of the conference staff, will be the parents. Training Camp reserves the right to exempted from this provision. address any violation of the aforementioned Code of Conduct by removing the offender(s) from Training Damage Camp, suspending the individual from participation Any damage to or theft of hotel property will not be in Training Camp, and/or prohibiting the individual tolerated, and individuals will be charged for items from future involvement in Training Camp. The that are missing or damaged in the hotel. Training Camp staff will make every effort to resolve violations of this code with efficiency and discretion; Hotel Decorum however, if incidents involve hotel security personnel, Students must remember that they are guests of or local police officials, Training Camp will cooperate both the hotel and Training Camp. All students are fully with the authorities. expected to be quiet and professional in the hotel premises. Training Camp students are not the sole occupants of the hotel, and therefore, we must respect the other guests. This includes all elevators, hallways, and stairwells. Prohibited Substances
  12. 12. 22 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP The Map of WELAND National Training Camp in Nanjing WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP NOTEBOOK 2009
  13. 13. 24 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP MUN Debating & Public Speaking MUN DEBATING Session Objectives: & PUBLIC SPEAKING 1. To help studnets to be more able to handle different topics and prepare well for speech and debate in MUN 2. To help studnets to be better able to control emotions/ manners/ body language/ and pace during a speech 3. To help studnets to be more able to deliver well-organized and impressive speech in MUN 4. To help studnets to be more able to effectively refute arguments and participate in MUN debates 5. To help studnets to be more familiar with the different sides of the Case Issues 6. To help studnets to be more confident about themselves.
  14. 14. 26 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP MUN Debating & Public Speaking: Day 1 Work Planned Work Planned Description Keyword % Expected Time Description Keyword % Expected Time A A B B C C D D E E Work Ascertained Work Ascertained Description Keyword % Expected Time Description Keyword % Expected Time A A B B C C D D E E Extra Work Done Today & Reflection Extra Work Done Today & Reflection
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  19. 19. 36 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP MUN Paper Writing MUN PAPER WRITING Session Objectives: 1. To help students to be better able to analyze information from Background Guide of a topic in MUN 2. To help students to be better able to analyze different issues in MUN 3. To help studnets to be better able to handle different topics and prepare well for paper writing in MUN 4. To help students be more confident about English writing
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  25. 25. 48 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Negotiation in MUN NEGOTIATION IN MUN Session Objectives: 1. To help students to be more able to handle different topics and prepare well for negotiation in MUN 2. To help students to be better able to control my emotions and manners during negotiation in MUN 3. To help studnets to be able to bargain more effectively for the country I represent in MUN negotiation 4. To help students to be more familiar with the different sides of the Case Issues and able to negotiate a compromise about the issue
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  31. 31. 60 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Cross Culture Communication CROSS CULTURE Session Objectives: COMMUNICATION 1. To help students to be better able to interpret situations in an intercultural environment from different angles and perspectives 2. To help students to be more able to deal with “cultural shock” 3. To help students to be more able to effectively gain acceptance, adaptation and integration into the host culture 4. To help students to feel more comfortable approaching a stranger from the host environment. 5. To help students to be more more confident about themselves
  32. 32. 62 WELAND NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP Cross Culture Communication: Day 1 Work Planned Work Planned Description Keyword % Expected Time Description Keyword % Expected Time A A B B C C D D E E Work Ascertained Work Ascertained Description Keyword % Expected Time Description Keyword % Expected Time A A B B C C D D E E Extra Work Done Today & Reflection Extra Work Done Today & Reflection
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