Studying English really works up an appetite, for. . . crepes?! Of course, Boston is as cultured as any other world city. Why shouldn’t our students enjoy the warm deliciousness of crepes, made fresh right there in front of them? Lots of toppings were available, like jam, sugar, bananas, whipped cream, and of course — Nutella!
The Valentine’s Day Party was a great success! Students and teachers mingled, ate pink cake, and wrote valentines . . . in English, of course.
Katya looks for love
Todd and Katya cut the cake
Can you guess which one is the teacher?
And here's the beautiful cake before it was devoured
The warmer weather right now is making us think of spring, but every season in Boston is beautiful in its own way. TOEFL student Alexandra Stepanova took these pictures last fall, of some of the things that make autumn in Boston enchanting and unique.
Last week Jacob Meunier’s PROFICIENT class debated the pros and cons of marijuana legalization. Both teams prepared for the debate by researching the legal and social history of drug laws in the US, then engaged in a spirited debate on the subject in class. It was truly an epic battle!
Natali, Sarah, Hari, and Marta
Natali lays out her team's argument
Stefan, Maria Teresa, and Volkan attack!
Sarah, Natali, and Marta respond!
Welcome to all EC Boston students starting today, February 9!