Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Political Cartoons – “Join or Die – Are on Exhibit at the Window on America Center in Lutsk.

The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv in partnership with Volyn Oblast Resource Library presented a unique exhibit of U.S. political cartoons entitled “Join, or Die.” 

 American political cartoons offered a rich resource for the study of U.S. history.

About 45 people gathered in front of the WOA Center in Lutsk on January 28, 2013 to learn about America, its economy, way of life.
The exhibition itself is an important educational tool for those who is interested in the history of the United States of America. The present audience showed a strong desire to discuss about American life, its past and present. 
 Free printed resources and handouts were of great interest among the visitors.

The free exhibition will run from January 28, 2013 till February 18, 2013.

Welcome to the Window on America Center in Lutsk and learn more about the United States of America through political cartoons!

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Trace Effects Video Game Just Arrived and Gathered English Language Teachers at the Window on America Center in Lutsk!

On January 17, 2013 English language teachers (19 people) came to the WOA Center in Lutsk to learn about a new interactive English language program “Trace Effects”.
During two hour presentation the WOA Center coordinator introduced the innovative language learning program.

 The main emphasis was made on:
  • Introduction to Trace Effects;
  • Teaching with Trace Effects;
  • Using Trace Effects in the Class.

The audience participated in discussion and came to the right conclusion - Trace Effects is the perfect program for those who love learn English by playing.

Happy teaching and learning with Trace Effects at the Window on America Center in Lutsk!

Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Window on America Center Visitors Honored Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

During the period of time from January 14, 2012 till January 16, 2012  about 20 people  gathered at the Window on America Center in Lutsk  for a discussion to honor Martin Luther King Jr. as a leader in the American civil rights movements.
The event was designed to shed light on some historical moments in the USA, mainly the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom that took place in Washington, D.C., on August 28, 1963.
The paper show “August 28, 1963 March in Washington” was displayed at the Center so that the audience could learn more about the growing struggle for civil rights in the United States of America. The meeting was finished with Martin Luther King Jr.’s "I Have a Dream" speech, a spirited call for racial justice and equality.