EC San Francisco visits SF public television

Ideally, part of a good language program is providing students with stimulating experiences that they might not otherwise have.  At EC San Francisco, we work hard to give students a diverse set of opportunities to use English beyond the classroom  So, a couple of our elective classes had the opportunity to visit one of the first public television stations in the U.S., KQED TV in San Francisco.

Television is such a huge part of our lives, yet few of us get the chance to be in a studio in front of the cameras, or see the extent of the work that goes on behind the cameras.  In addition to touching the part of history represented by KQED, EC students got to experience a bit of the reality of the medium that, more than any other, has shaped the development of world culture since the 1950’s.  Just another small part of the program that we offer at EC San Francisco, (or similar opportunities at other EC locations).  Want to know more?  Send us a comment to this blog, or follow this link to our website  –  EC San Francisco

EC students & teachers with KQED staff, in front of the cameras.
EC students & teachers with KQED staff, in front of the cameras.
Behind the camera at KQED
Behind the camera at KQED

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