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Some Facts about Dagestan

Some Facts About Dagestan ( 2)

Some Facts about Dagestan (3)

Some Facts about Dagestan (4)

For Teacher to Know

Future of Caucasus - Language Olympiad

English for Kids

Learn the Christmas Songs!

Olympiad "Future of the Caucasus-2012

American English - video

 Myths and Legends of Dagestan

Myths and Legends, Part II

English in a Minute

Tha Making of the American Nation


Our ID

My Personal Page

Who we are...

How We Use New Technologies

A Trip to Elista,  Kalmykia.

 We Celebrate American Holidays

"Home is Where Your Heart Is II

"Home Is where Your Heart Is".

"Home is Where Your Heart Is" III

Home is Where your Heart is -2011

Access in Action 2011-12

Russian Food in American School

New Friends in the Netherlands. 


Tolerance

Stories

Stories Told by My Students 

Videos

Videos - 2

Lessons in Kindness

Lessons in Kindness II

 American Musicians in Russia

Video conferenmce Samara -Khasavyurt


Library

 Additional Reading

Great American Writers

Great English Writers

Great American and English Actors

Other English-Speaking Countries

Great American Singers - Page 1

Great American Singers - Page 2

History of England and America


Publications

Articles

Reports

Alumni, state.gove about me


How We Spend our Free Time

Let's Dance and Sing

Dagestan is my Home -2010


Exploring America

TEA - 2004


Exploring the United Kingdom

Seminar in the Cold War Period


You Should Know This

Main Symbols of the Countries

Brief History of Russia


ACCESS - 2009

Our Working Days

New Students

Access Students in Orlyonok

Access Students in Orlyonok II


How We Explored Hawaii

Summer Institute, 2009

Get Acquainted with "Celebrate!"

Traditional Songs. HPU (1)

Traditional Songs. HPU (2) 

Traditional Songs. HPU (3)

Hawaii National Dances


Brush Up Your Grammar

Group Indefinite 

Group Continuous

Group Perfect

Group Perfect Continuous

Prepositions

  Other Grammar Phenomena

Continuation


American Slang

Informal English I

Informal English II


VOA special programs

Words and Their Stories


ACCESS -2011-13

New Students

Getting to know your Kindle


Exploring American Countryside, Summer 2011.

History of State Maine

Visiting Searsmont, Maine

Exploring Maine

Washington DC

 Visiting the Capitol

New York


Access 2013-15

New Students 







English Access Microscholarship Program The U.S. State Department's English Access Microscholarship Program provides a foundation of English language skills to non-elite, 14 - 18 year old students worldwide through afterschool classes and intensive summer learning activities. Access students gain an appreciation for American culture and democratic values, increase their ability to participate successfully in the socio-economic development of their countries, and gain the ability to compete for and participate in future U.S. exchange and study programs. Access school in the city of Khasavyurt in the Republic of Dagestan was open for the students from city schools from the families with low income or having many children. It is situated in the building of Gymnasium # 1 and has regular classes two times a week. We try to combine studies and leisure. 

Seven years have passed and what are our achievements? We were a good team with the first group. We have got many new friends  in the U.S.A., Access Pakistan, Ballad Ul Ilm School in Lahore, Mexico, India, South Korea, Nepal, Croatia, Malasya, etc. with whom we have regulard video-conferences,  With the students from Elista, Kalmikya, we met and became friends in the summer of 2008 during our participation in the seminar organized by the English Language Office of the Embassy of the U.S.A. to the Russian Federation. It was devoted to a very important topic TOLERANCE. And the highlight of the program was a workshop given by the American writer Myrtis Mixon who taught the students to write stories on tolerance.

Many of our school leavers study English professionally. The first group was very capable. They participated in the program "Lessons in Kindness ". Nine of their stories about tolerance were published in the book. The second group was very active in on line activities. They held many video conferences with Belfast High Areal School, with the students from India, Pakistan, Malaysia. With them we had a good time in  children's camp"Orlyonok".  All the participants of the third group of leavers enterd the Higher Institutions in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Pyatigorsk and Makhachkala. 

                           ACCESS GROUP 2013- 15 

                  Students with me, Idikova Daisis and Alishbiev Whoseyn


News
2015-02-27
St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick is the patron saint Ireland who spent his life converting the Irish to Christianity. March 17 commemorates the anniversary of his death in 461 A.D. Irish Americans celebrate by having parades and even those who are not of Irish descent get into the act. Wearing something green is one way that many show their solidarity. Shamrocks and leprechauns symbolize the folklore traditions of the old country. One way to allow children to enjoy the spirit of the holiday is to play Find the Hidden Treasure. According to legend Leprechauns, those tiny imaginary creatures akin to fairies, will try to buy their freedom if captured by offering to tell where a pot of gold is hidden. Simply hide the pot of gold (use the chocolate gold foil wrapped coins) and let the children rush to find the hidden gold treasure. A variation of Warm, Hot & Cold will be a helpful aid for younger children. Another fun way to delight children is to surprise them with some green milk. A new way to get that milk down those youngsters! Before pouring the milk secretly add some green food coloring to the glass. Just a few drops should do. Wont they be surprised when the milk turns green when you pour that glass of milk. And finally an activity that will teach children about horticulture. A week or two before St. Patricks Day go to a landscape nursery and obtain some shamrock plantings. The children can plant them in pots and water them and watch them grow. Great idea to teach young people about how things grow. In large cities long parades march through the streets. Bands play and people sing Irish songs. Those who are not Irish themselves also wear green neckties and hair ribbons and take part in the celebrations.

2015-02-27
The History of St.Patrick's Day


2015-02-27
25 Unknown Facts About St. Patrick's Day



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