Karol, a Brazilian blogger and journalist, is currently studying in EC New York’s Semi-Intensive English course. Learn more about Karol and her journey to “the greatest city in the world”: Why did you want to study English in New York? This is actually my fourth time here in New Yo …
A great example of student work: My grandmother’s house is my favorite place but this place doesn’t exist anymore, but in my head it still exists. When I say that it is my favorite place, it is because my childhood was there and I have good memories. My grandmother’s house was a sm …
A few weeks ago, Enes’ intermediate class decided to create their own representation of a story found in their textbook. While studying a unit on Crime, the students found a silly tale about two very dumb robbers. Please enjoy their enactment!
I confess that I’ve organized social activities that both ESL teachers and ESL students could enjoy together.
When the Broadway revival of HAIR was announced this past winter, I quickly bought 25 tickets at the discounted group sales rate.
I eventually brought four teachers and 20 students to share the experience of this amazing musical.
HAIR is over 40 years old and nearly twice as old as our average student. However, all the teachers were familiar with the show because it’s a classic.
Back in 1968, the show shocked audiences with its loud rock & roll music, crazy humor, and controversial story about young people living free.
Many students were not familiar with the play; they were worried it would be old fashioned.
“It’s from the 1960s! We weren’t born until the 1980s!” they said.
I laughed and said, “HAIR is not for kids!
Get ready to party!”