Have you heard of Earth Day? Earth day falls on April 22 and is day devoted to making the earth a better place to live. Many communities will get together and hold projects such as building a park or a house, cleaning up the streets or planting trees. This year, instead of just celebrating Earth Day, ECLA decided to celebrate an entire Earth Week! We partnered with Heal the Bay (an organization devoted to cleaning up the oceans and improving coastal marine life) and have actually adopted Santa Monica Beach – 3 times a year, we will go down to the shore to pick up trash! To kick off the week, teachers planned lessons and activities around the environment. On Wednesday, a rep from the Heal the Bay came and gave a lecture about keeping the oceans clean. We finished Earth Week with our first Beach Clean-up! Students seemed really passionate and we had 20 participants!! We ended the day with a pizza party. Check out these cool pics from the event! Are you looking for some fun and diverse English Courses in Los Angeles? Check out EC Los Angeles today!
Friday Rooftop Cinema Club Time: 8:00PM Where: Ricardo Montalban Theatre, Hollywood Cost: $19 Are you a fan of movies? Head on over to the Ricardo Montalban Theatre for a movie-going experience like no other. Trade the dark, cold movie theater for and outdoor cinema with an amazing view of the city! Saturday Run + Yoga = Roga Time: 8AM Where: Santa Monica Pier What: Start your Saturday off right with some exercise! Every Saturday, meet up some other Angelenos for a run on the beach and some refreshing yoga. Just a beginner? That’s ok! All experience levels are welcome. Sunday Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time Time: 11AM – 5PM Where: LACMA What: Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time presents moments of intersection in the formation of modernism both in Europe and Latin America, and asks how these towering figures of the twentieth century engaged with their respective ancient Mediterranean and Pre-Columbian worlds. (Source: LACMA) Are you looking for some fun and diverse English Courses in Los Angeles, like Gabriela had? Check out EC Los Angeles today!
When you move to California, you will immediately hear people using the word “drought.” What does it mean? drought drout/ noun Drought Definition: a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall; a shortage of water resulting from this. synonyms: dry spell, lack of rain, shortage of water source: Google Example sentences: It hasn’t rained in California for so long, the drought is turning the state into a dessert. The drought killed all of our crops! Drought can also be used more creatively… Example Sentence: I’m in such a drought right now, no one is giving me any business! My love-life is in a drought, I need a boyfriend to give me life again! At the time of this writing, we are happy to say that all the recent rain has pulled California out of a drought! Can you make a sentence using the word drought? Give it a try! Are you looking for English Language courses in Los Angeles? Check out ECLA today!
Brazilian Student Spotlight Student Name: Gabriele Zanzini Nationality: Brazilian Why do you like choose to study with EC? I heard about the school and asked to many friends who had already come. What do you like most about EC teachers? I’ve always heard that Americans aren’t as friendly as Brazilians, but I’ve discovered that it’s a lie. What will be your most unforgettable memory of EC The people I met. Would you recommend EC to a friend? Why? Of course!! The classes are so dynamic and the nationality mix is amazing! _________________________________________________________________ Thank you,Gabriela We are so glad to hear about your wonderful experience at EC Los Angeles! We are looking forward to seeing you again, soon! Are you looking for some fun and diverse English Courses in Los Angeles, like Gabriela had? Check out EC Los Angeles today!