NYU Gallatin’s Writing Program just released a video of the Literacy Review reading. Here it is – and watch for University Settlement’s own Marilia Valengo at the 9:03 mark:
Our Weekend classes had a year-end party last Sunday, June 16th. We started our party with W1 students’ acting of a We Speak NYC episode, The Wedding. After enjoying our delicious foods, our teachers and students did karaoke, singing English songs.
Yesterday the University Settlement Adult Literacy Program hosted a Job and Resource Fair featuring: the 2020 Census, Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC), CUNY – Borough of Manhattan Community College, English for Heritage Language Speakers (EHLS), Henry Street Settlement, Seward Park Library, SUNY – Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC), University Settlement Human Resources, and Workforce 1. Enjoy the video above and the pics below:
Have you ever wondered where the popular “Keep Calm and Carry On” phrase originated from when you saw the phrase or other funny memes derived from it? Here is a funny yet educational video explaining where it is from. Keep Calm and Learn English while watching the video whether it is true or not!