7 серпня 2016 р.

Discussion Schedule and topics - Summer 2016

We warmly invite you to our FREE summer English program at the American Library at Kyiv Mohyla Academy Korpus #4 on Voloska 5/8 and ANGLOHUB Cultural Center located at Khoriva 37. Both are located near Kontractova metro in Podil.


Discussion Schedule and topics: 
Anglo Hub AND Abbey Translation Center (Khoriva 37 podil, 044 331 99 88)
August 10, 7-9pm: First Hour 7-8pm: Ted Gibson from Australia will discuss common linguistic and grammar mistakes Ukrainians make while learning English. 8-9pm: Bucket lists, “What we REALLY want to do in Life”
August 12, 7-9pm: Life skills: Public speaking and self-presentation. Understanding Me, myself, and I
August 17, 7-9pm: Life as an Adventure and travel stories, “The places we should visit and may not know about”
August 19, 7-9pm: Things that inspire us. Favorite films, music and people
August 24, 7-9pm: Finding internal peace through understanding our fears and depression
August 26, 7-9pm: Humans and animals at Play. Finding joy through play, games and humor
August 31, 7-9pm: When things fail. What happens when we lose a job or have a break-up in our relationships. How to overcome disappointments in life.
September 2, 7-9pm: Job Interviewing skills and ways to immigrate abroad
American Library (UKMA korpus #4 Voloska 5/8)https://www.facebook.com/American.Library.Kyiv/?fref=ts
August 8, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology/law
and crime scene investigations
August 9, 3-5pm Film and discussion
August 10, 3-5pm Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 11, 3-5pm: From Despair to Hope, understanding our emotional world
August 15, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 16, 3-5pm: Film and discussion
August 17, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 18, 3-5pm: Discovering your personality and strengths and using them to your advantage
August 22, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 23, 3-5pm: Film and discussion
August 24, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 25, 3-5pm: Defeating manipulators and liars. How to detect liars, body language analysis
August 29, 3-5pm: Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
August 30, 3-5pm: Film and discussion
August 31, Forensic psychology and crime scene investigations
September 1, 3-5pm: Life Questions, ‘What would you do if……?” Testing your imagination.
In September the Forensic psychology and law class will move to Shevchenko University Red Building (across from the park). The classes will be in the late afternoon from 4-7pm in room 236.
Private English lessons available from American, British and Australian native speakers
Friends are welcome. All classes are interactive. GUEST SPEAKERS WELCOME!
You may find me at my Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/jimmy.hill.52206
Please join me for updates. Cell 093 779 3920
Hope to see everyone soon! Jimmy