Cultural Attache Jed Wolfington visited accessPlus Ungheni

December, 21 2017

Cultural Attache Jed Wolfington visited accessPlus Ungheni students on December 21, 2017.
Since it is the holiday season, students sang carols and learned more about how is celebrated Christmas in the USA with Mr. Wolfington. Besides that, they have enriched their English vocabulary learning new words and expressions related to Christmas
"The level of enthusiasm for learning that I witnessed was inspiring. I'd like to thank the teachers and students for such a warm reception, and wish them a happy and prosperous holiday season," said Mrs. Jed Wolfington.
„Meeting Mrs. Wolfington was a great surprise. It was so fun to sing carols with him and to listen to his stories about how is celebrated Christmas in the USA", said Ciprian Bernic, program student.
„ This lesson felt like real Christmas! Everybody had fun and enjoyed every single minute of learning", added Alex Panco, teacher assistant.

Since everybody had been good kids this year they received an American flag that they will keep it as a memory for the whole life.


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