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Students will spend a day at a different museum each week and participate in an interactive, themed museum class facilitated by one of our ESL instructors.
Course Description: Would you like to improve your English language skills and knowledge of American culture and history while having fun with your friends?
Here's how: participate in our interactive museum visits led by a VIU ESL instructor!
In this course for au pairs, students participate in an interactive, themed museum class facilitated by an ESL instructor.
Before heading out, it can help to review the RSVP list to remember names of players with face pictures on their profile.
(Knowing the names of your teammates helps you communicate with them during the game.) If you arrive late, count the number of colors and non-colors or whites vs. Unless the organizer says otherwise, you can just join the side with fewer players, but the best thing is to wait until another player arrives and go on opposite teams simultaneously.
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This exposure will expand students' vocabulary, cultural sensitivity, and inspiration for visiting museums. Students can attend as many or as few visits as they like.
Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017 Time: am Title: Friday Night Fever Description: Friday Night Fever is a chance for teens with disabilities to hang out with their peers.
Designed for teens ages 11 and older, the program provides opportunities to participate in social events and make new friends.
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Time: pm - pm All events are: Open to the public All events will take place at: The HSC Pediatric Center, 1731 Bunker Hill Rd.
NE, Washington, DC 20017 To RSVP: Please contact Robyn Winston-Cohen at 202-557-1851 or [email protected]