Celebrate United Nations English Language Day on April 23rd -and continue to celebrate the Year of English in Ukraine) Join Regional English Language Officer Kevin McCaughey and four American English Language Teachers who live and work in Ukraine as part of the English Language Fellow program. All events are open for learners and teachers of English.
11:00-12:00: Bingo. Come and play this easy number game with Kevin and Alla.
12:15 - 1:30: Writing Simple Poems with Kevin McCaughey. April is National Poetry Month. Kevin will guide participants through the writing of simple poems in English. This is not a lecture; participants will need to write! But it's fun and easy.
1:30 - 2:15: Chat with Jeanie, Lisa, Kevin, Seneca, and Thaddeus. Come and ask questions about their experiences living and traveling in Ukraine.
2:30-4:00: Around the World: Jeanie, Lisa, Kevin, Seneca, and Thaddeus will each give a short 15-minute presentation of a country, other than Ukraine, that they have lived in, and the roll of English language in that country.
4:00 - 5:30 : Green English. Learn about Earth Day in America and take part in fun environment-oriented English learning.
All event are free. Do not forget to bring your passport or driver's licence.
Shining Scribes is back and we want to hear about your summer! This week we will work through a series of journaling exercises that prompt you to explore the ins and outs of your summer.
Role Play! We’re getting into character this week for WE@AH. Join us for some invigorating English practice through role plays of various scenarios.
Come to America House and chat with Chazmin “Chaz” Peters, who was born and raised in Olympia, WA. She is a First Officer with Alaska Airlines and the Director of Eagles Aviation Camp. She received her flight training from Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake, WA and her BA from the University of Washington Tacoma.
Have you already tried the U.S. Air Force National Museum virtual tour at America House? Come explore it while having a chat with our friend Ryan who has a lot to say about the sky, planes, and his life experience in general.
With her New York-centric essays, Sloane Crosley takes a magnifying glass to modernity. Parsing the nuances, trends, and perceptions of Big City life she offers up some cleverly hilarious insights about the way we live now.
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