A four-part teacher training workshop
As teachers we first and foremost need to know our students. Their interests, needs, goals, personalities, and learning styles are all of paramount importance for us to know if we are to be of any assistance in helping them improve their English language communication skills. But ultimately we also need to have a good grasp on the parts of speech of the English language if we hope to nurture nuanced understanding and fluent usage of them for our students. In this workshop we will take a closer look at modals, phrasal verbs, vocab strategies, and assessment, and reflect on how our teaching of certain parts of speech can be adapted to satisfy our students holistic learning needs.
Session 9: Activate
Using the Activate games in the language classroom gives our students diverse speaking opportunities on a variety of topics in an inclusive format. Developed by the U.S. Department of State Office of English Language programs, all of the activate resources we will use in this session are available on the American English website for further use as well.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Якщо ви хочете дізнатись більше про те, як виникла ідея проекту дослідницько-мистецького проекту “Late” Марії Прошковської; чому виставка має таку назву; про що саме розповідають головні герої у своїх історях — приєднуйтесь до неформальної розмови із художницею.
Приблизно 30% осіб, які перенесли інсульт, отримує розлади комунікації. Як живуть ці люди в Україні? Що Україна пропонує людям з набути розладами комунікації, чи взагалі пропонує і знає про них? Не лише поговоримо, але й з перших уст дізнаємось досвід життя з одним із комунікативних розладів – афазією (розлади мови) від сержанта ЗСУ, магістра логопедії, Дмитра Трібоя.
We’re going green this week at WE@AH with a discussion of St. Patrick’s Day! Join us for some history on the holiday and thematic role-plays as we strive for the luck of the Irish.
Kristen Hamm will tell about Cajun Culture. She attended college at Louisiana State University, where she majored in Russian Studies and Religious Studies, and danced in a small ballet company in her hometown. She accompanied her husband to Kyiv in 2018, and is enjoying learning the Ukrainian language, culture, and history.
Come learn how to write a successful research proposal from our speaker Bret Barrowman who is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Global Impact at the International Republican Institute.
Do you find contemporary art controversial and unclear? Are you eager to learn more about American art and artists? Answers are waiting for you! We invite you to a interact with American artist, Daniel Turner, who works primarily in sculpture involving the manipulation of materials, objects, and environments into tactile or atmospheric forms.
Are you just beginning to learn English? Did you study English when you were young, but haven't practiced in many years? If so, then we have a new course designed just for you. We would like to welcome all beginner-level English learners for a general English course at America house.
A chronicle of one woman's one thousand one hundred mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent personal tragedy.
What the The If Project allows us is an intimate journey into a world of the locked away and forgotten. It opens our eyes to the real struggles of those who are trying to reenter society – and the many obstacles they face.
The Podcast club will feature podcasts that are on a variety of themes and feature many different perspectives. Participants will get new opportunities to get more listening practice outside of the classroom, while learning new vocabulary and content while discussing the week’s podcast episode.