This week join us at WE@AH and meet our new English Language Fellow Nick Gordon! Be ready to introduce Ukrainian culture and Kyiv city to Nick! And as always there will be various activities for practicing your English!
Here is some cool facts about Nick:
Nick has been teaching English for twelve years in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and New York City, where he had students from as many as fifteen different countries in one class. He relishes this sort of diversity and the opportunity to learn from one another that it affords him and his students alike.
Prior to teaching, Nick worked in the fashion industry for ten years with many overseas contracts that provided him with the vital cross-cultural living and work experience that laid the foundation for his desire to teach abroad.
As an English teacher Nick’s hobbies revolve largely—and unsurprisingly—around literature and writing, though he’s also an avid fan of soccer, cycle touring, and walking around and looking at things in new places. Currently, he’s thrilled to be doing that in Kyiv, and to be working at the awesome America House.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Zsuzsa Papp, Student Recruitment Officer at Central European University has a few tips for you on how to compile a competitive application package in order to give you an edge with your university application and assist you with your scholarship application.
Картини Андрія Барановського, ветерана АТО та активного учасника подій Революції гідності, є емоційною рефлексією на буремні події останніх років. Андрій Барановський – захисник Батьківщини, але його покликання і професійна діяльність – це мистецтво. Проект присвячений мужності українців, і незважаючи на трагізм сучасних подій, завжди залишається надія.
This week we will further our work with sentence variety: Behold the mighty adjective clause!
So do you have rhythmn? This week's speech club is all about rhyme and rhythmn in English. We play with limericks, speaking pace, tongue twisters and more.
Come to America House and chat with Major Michelle C. O’Brien-Gietka, who is United States Air Force Officer and the Security Assistance Officer at the U.S. Office of Defense Cooperation in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Are you just beginning to learn English? Did you study English when you were young, but haven't practiced in many years? Do you sometimes feel lost when everyone around you is using English? If so, then we have a new course designed just for you.
As a lawyer investigates the murder of a colleague, he finds himself more connected to the crime than anyone else.
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'Beyond Measure' follows a new vanguard of educators across the country who are pioneering a fresh vision for American schools. Pulling from expert research in education, child development, and cognitive and neuroscience, these leaders are creating a new type of classroom.
The group Ukrainian-American project through art explores contemporary life in the USA and Ukraine and reveals common points of both societies, which at first glance, seem entirely different. The main goal of the project is to build a cultural bridge between the two countries through a variety of artistic practices.