August at TALK Regis
Summer may be coming to an end, but at August at TALK English Schools Boston was full of student activity fun! This August at TALK Boston, our students headed over to the acclaimed Minado Japanese Buffet, after the first week of August classes to celebrate. Despite the Japanese setting, our students from Japan were determined to speak only in English. The all-you-can eat buffet featured an endless supply of hot and cold entrees, including sushi, a meal some were nervous to try. But, a few tuna and crab sushi pieces later, TALK had new seafood lovers.
August at TALK Boston is a busy month!
Next, TALK traveled to Natick, Massachusetts for mall and movie fun. Students enjoyed practicing their conversation skills with store attendants and cashiers, while doing one of their favorite activities: shopping. TALK left with bags full of new clothing, Massachusetts souvenirs, and gifts for friends like delicious Ghirardelli Chocolate. At the movies, students decided to see the newly releasedRise of the Planet of the Apes. The hour and a half thriller is about an ape named Caesar who reaches a human intelligence level after experimental testing. TALK Boston loved the action packed movie, which kept everyone at the edge of their seats.
Friday August 19th, TALK English Schools Boston headed to Cochituate State Park for BBQ fun. Center Director George De Souza grilled shrimp, chicken, and beef, while students and staff snacked on homemade banana bread. With temperatures reaching a perfect 83 degrees Fahrenheit (28 degrees Celsius), everyone enjoyed splashing around in the cool lake. Our BBQ ended with a fun board game of Bananagrams to practice spelling!
The last weekend of the month, will include a much anticipated trip to Newport, Rhode Island. This is a popular activity in August at TALK looks forward to enjoying the scenic beachfront town, while being able to experience a crab roast for our new seafood lovers.
Our blogger, George is our Center Director. He enjoys teaching, playing the guitar & singing, cooking (the BBQ king) and learning about different cultures through good conversations and food. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.