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  • 16 ноября 2015 Рождество в Этномире с BBenglish School
    Рождество в Этномире с BBenglish School
    Рождество в Этномире с BBenglish School

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Marry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!

    Приглашаем всех 20 декабря 2015 года на Рождество в Этномир с BBEnglishSchool!!!

    Рождество в Европе - особое время, когда города и деревни преображаются до неузнаваемости: центральную площадь украшают рождественские ярмарки, на домах появляются разноцветные мерцающие гирлянды и венки из омелы, а дети с нетерпением ждут появления Санта-Клауса с долгожданными подарками. Но для того, чтобы подарить своему ребенку сказочные рождественские каникулы, вовсе не обязательно отправляться в далекое путешествие в европейские страны. Достаточно просто приехать в ЭТНОМИР на тур «Рождественские каникулы в Европе» с BBEnglishSchool.

    Общая продолжительность программы: 4 часа

    Содержание программы:

    • Экскурсионная программа + мастер-класс

    «В гости к Санта Клаусу».

    На программе в  Европейском павильоне Улицы Мира  вы познакомитесь с Санта Клаусом, узнаете о подготовке к Рождеству и Новому году и своими руками сделаете волшебный колокольчик, исполняющий желания.

    • Игра с элементами квеста «Тайна зеленой страны».

    Юных гостей ждет встреча с героями ирландского фольклора - лепреконами, незадачливыми волшебниками, настроение которых меняется быстрее, чем бежит время! А все потому, что суматошные лепреконы растеряли золотые монеты, помогающие им творить волшебство. Если ребятам удастся их перехитрить и собрать все монеты до одной, то веселые волшебники подарят им настоящее чудо! В далеком путешествии ребятам поможет карта, на которой обозначены страны, где побывали леприконы во время своего последнего путешествия. Побывав в разных уголках земли, ребятам предстоит распутать волшебную паутину, сообща найти выход из лабиринта, собрать головоломку и разгадать азбуку Морзе! 

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    Общая стоимость программы 1900 рублей.

    Заявки принимаются до 10 декабря.

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  • 26 октября 2015 Let's celebrate Halloween!
    Let's celebrate Halloween!
    Let's celebrate Halloween!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    This week we are celebrating the scariest hollyday of the year HALLOWEEN!

    But do you know why Halloween  is celebrated?

    “Trick or Treat!” shout little witches, paper-bagged goblins, rubber-masked imps and bed-sheeted ghosts as they extend a bag across for candy. It is October and it’s Halloween time!

    Halloween is celebrated on the evening of October 31st, which is the evening before the Christian feast of All Saint’s Day. Halloween’s history goes back to the ancient religion of the Celtic tribes (circa 500 B.C.) from whom came the Britons, Scots and the Irish. Present day Britains, Scots, Welsh and Irish are all descendants from these ancient Celtic tribes.

    The Celts worshipped nature and believed in the spirit world. They worshipped over 300 gods. Their chief god was the sun and they celebrated two festivals revolving around the sun: Beltane, to mark the beginning of summer and Samhain or Saman to mark the start of winter.

    The Celts believed that at the end of summer, Samhain, the lord of death becomes powerful and overpowers the sun god. On October 31, Samhain assembles all the evil spirits who had died the previous year and allows them to return home to visit the living.

    On October 31, after the harvest, the druids would meet under an oak grove or near large stone circles where they performed sacrifices. Some believe that the Stonehenge in England is one such druid circle. The priests would light great fires and offer sacrifices to Samhain to ensure that the sun returned after the winter.

    During the night all fires except the sacrificial one to Samhain were extinguished. The Vigil of Samhain, as it was called, would keep the sacrificial fire on through the night and the next day embers from this fire would be used to light the fire in each household.

    Villagers would try to appease goblins and demons with offerings of food and nuts. They would leave little treats that the household had to offer, to satisfy the hunger of these demons. If the demon was satisfied with the treat, it was believed it would not trick the person or cast an evil spell. Therein lies the origin of the present day trick or treat.

    Legend has it that people would also wear masks or other disguises and blacken their faces to try and pass unnoticed by the spirits. This stemmed from the belief that ghosts or spirits cannot see their own reflection. Hence, if a goblin or demon saw another creature looking suitably horrible, they would run away in terror.

    After the Romans conquered Britian in 61 A.D., they brought with them their own harvest festival held on November 1, to honor Pomona, goddess of the fruits of trees. Over the years, the two festivals got mixed up and became one long holiday.

    In 834 A.D., Pope Gregory III shifted the festival of All Saints Day, then celebrated on May 13 to November 1. The new day was called All Saints Day or Hallowmas. Thus, the evening and night before it became All Hallow’s eve and later Halloween.

    The Celtic concept of ghosts and witches became blended with Roman and later Christian customs. In Ireland and Britain, Halloween was also celebrated as Mischief Night when villagers were allowed to play pranks on each other.

    Traces of the Roman Pomona festival such as ducking for apples in a tub of water still survive. Another is the use of hollowed-out pumpkins lit by candles in the belief that it would ward off evil spirits.

    Today, Halloween is a festival of fun for kids. An occasion to dress up as little monsters, ghosts or witches. Over time the custom of adults dressing up as demons changed and the children took over. As they went from house to house they would knock at each house and cry “trick or treat”. People would then give the children apples or buns and later candy to keep from being tricked.

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  • 22 октября 2015 фото отчет "Мальта 2015"
    фото отчет "Мальта 2015"
    фото отчет "Мальта 2015"

    В разделе "Галерея" добавлен фото отчёт о поездке наших студентов на Мальту. 

    Средиземное море, солнце, золотые пляжи.

    Мальта - страна чудес. Здесь можно не только прекрасно отдохнуть, но подняться на новую ступень изучения английского языка.

    Присоединяйтесь к нам в следующем году!

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  • 01 октября 2015 World Teachers' Day
    World Teachers' Day
    World Teachers' Day

     This week we are celebrating World Teachers' Day!

     

    The United Nations' (UN) World Teachers' Day celebrates the role teachers play in providing quality education at all levels. This enables children and adults of all ages to learn to take part in and contribute to their local community and global society.

    What do people do?

    Various events are arranged in many countries around the world on or around October 5. These include celebrations to honor teachers in general or those who have made a special contribution to a particular community. The day may also be marked by conferences emphasizing the importance of teachers and learning, extra training sessions for teachers, recruitment drives for the teaching profession among university students or other suitably qualified professionals and events to increase the profile of teachers and the role they play in the media.

    Trade unions or other professional organizations that represent teachers play an important role in organizing World Teachers' Day events in many countries. These include:

    The Australian Education Union.

    The Canadian Teachers' Federation.

    The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (Canada).

    The All India Secondary Teachers' Federation.

    The Japan Teachers' Union.

    The Teachers Council (New Zealand).

    The National Union of Teachers (United Kingdom).

    The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (United Kingdom).

    The National Education Association (United States).

    Moreover, international organizations such as TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) and Education International organize international, national and local events. In some areas posters are displayed and pupils and ex-pupils are encouraged to send e-cards or letters of appreciation to teachers who made a special or memorable contribution to their education.

    Public life

    World Teachers' Day is a global observance and not a public holiday.

    Background

    On October 5, 1966, the Special Intergovernmental Conference on the Status of Teachers in Paris, France, was closed and the "Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers" was signed by representatives of UNESCO and International Labour Organization. On October 12, 1997, the 29th session of UNESCO's General Conference was opened. During this conference, on November 11, 1997, the "Recommendation concerning the Status of Higher Education Teaching Personnel" was adopted.

    On October 5, 1994, the first World Teachers' Day was held. This event has been organized on the same date each year since then. However, local events may be on some other date close to October 5, so that they do not fall during fall (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) school vacations. In 2002, Canada Post issued a postage stamp to commemorate World Teachers' Day.

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  • Звенигород 11 сентября 2015 Год страноведения в Звенигороде
    Год страноведения в Звенигороде
    Год страноведения в Звенигороде

    Новости из г. Звенигород!

    BBEnglishSchool г. Звенигород поздравляет всех студентов с началом нового учебного года!

    В этом году мы познакомим Вас с графствами Великобритании и регионами стран, языки которых вы изучаете в нашей школе. Поэтому 2015-2016 учебный год  объявляется годом – страноведения.

    Все наши группы будут названы в честь английских графств и регионов других стран. Вы узнаете много нового о традициях, языковых особенностях и внутреннем делении стран и их регионов.

    Вот какие группы собрались в этом году!

    England

    Northern Ireland

    Bedfordshire

    Antrim

    Buckinghamshire

    Armagh

    Berkshire

    Tyrone

    Worcestershire

    Fermanagh

    Gloucestershire

    Wales

    Durham

    Flintshire

    Devon

    Гвинед (Gwynedd)

    Derbyshire

     

    Dorset

    Scotland

    Cumbria

    Fife

    Cambridgeshire

     

    Французский

    Kent

     Île-de-France

    Cleveland

    Aquitaine

    Hampshire

    Lorraine

    Cornwall

     

    North Yorkshire

    Немецкий язык

    Lancashire

    Hessen

    Leicestershire

    Brandenburg

    Lincolnshire

    Niedersachsen (нижняя Саксония)

    Greater Manchester

     

    Merseyside

     

    Northumberland

    Китайский язык

    Norfolk

    Пекин 北京

    Nottinghamshire

    Чунцин 重庆

    Oxfordshire

    Шанхай 上海

    Sussex

     

    Suffolk

    Испанский язык

    Somerset

    Navarra

    Staffordshire

    Andalucía

    Surrey

    Aragón

    Tyne and Wear

     Cataluña

    Wiltshire

     

    Isle of Wight

     

    Warwickshire

    Итальянский язык

    Hertfordshire

    Lazio

    Cheshire

    Calabria

    Shropshire

     

    Essex

    Греческий язык

    London

    Θεσσαλονίκη  (Салоники)

     

    Присоединяйтесь  к нам и вы не пожалеете о своем выборе!

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  • 11 сентября 2015 Русский язык и литература в Звенигороде!
    Русский язык и литература в Звенигороде!
    Русский язык и литература в Звенигороде!

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Хотите, чтобы Ваш ребенок в совершенстве владел родным языком?

    ВВEnglish School г. ЗВЕНИГОРОД

    Приглашает на курсы:

    РУССКОГО ЯЗЫКА,

    ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ,

    РАЗВИТИЯ РЕЧИ.

    На наших курсах  вы  получите прочные навыки грамотного письма, обогатите лексический запас, познакомитесь с лучшими образцами русской классической литературы.

    Занятия проходя два раза в неделю по выходным.

    Стоимость от 1800 руб. в месяц.

    За более подробной информацией обращайтесь по телефону:

    +7 (915)-197-14-19

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  • Краснознаменск 28 августа 2015 Welcome party "Back to School"
    Welcome party "Back to School"
    Welcome party "Back to School"

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Welcome Party!

    Коллектив BBEnglish School приглашает всех студентов на ежегодный праздник, посвященный началу нового учебного года Welcome Party  "Back to School".

    На этот раз Вас ждет награждение ребят сдавших международные экзамены и вручение сертификатов, мастер-классы, конкурсы, сюрпризы, чаепитие и отличное настроение!

    Праздник состоится

    12 сентября в 15:00

    по адресу

    ул. Шлыкова, д. 3, здание ЦПО, офис 107

     

     

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  • Краснознаменск 10 августа 2015 Условия акций
    Условия акций

    Дорогие наши клиенты! Практически каждый день мы видим, как кто-то из Вас приводит в наш языковой клуб своих друзей, коллег или знакомых. 

    Условия акций

    Внимание! Акция "Приведи друга"(Краснознаменск)

    Дорогие наши клиенты! Практически каждый день мы видим, как кто-то из Вас приводит в наш языковой клуб своих друзей, коллег или знакомых. Это не может не радовать, потому что мы делаем все возможное для Вашего комфорта и плодотворных занятий.

    Мы благодарим Вас за рекомендации и уверены, что они не без оснований! Но наша благодарность выражается не только словами, но и действиями! Порекомендовав BBEnglish School знакомому, другу или коллеге, вы получаете скидку 20% на один месяц занятий!

    Условия акции "Приведи друга":

    • Скидка предоставляется на один месяц занятий.
    • Другом Участника Акции может быть любое физическое лицо, не являющееся клиентом BBEnglish School на период проведения Акции.
    • Скидка действует при условии оплаты занятий Вашим Другом.
    • Вы можете получить скидку за каждого приведенного нового Друга. Скидки суммируются.
    • Вы можете подарить одну полученную скидку одному Другу, которого привели в наш языковой клуб.

    Условия Акции «Учебник в подарок» (Краснознаменск)

    1. BBEnglish School оставляет за собой право изменять условия акции, а также определять количество и характер поощрительных призов.

    2. Участником акции считается клиент, впервые заключивший договор на посещение занятий студентом сроком на 1(один) учебный год в период с 15 августа по 15 сентября включительно и оплативший период обучения единовременно в течении 5 (пяти) рабочих дней после заключения договора.

    3. Участником акции предоставляется подарок в виде учебника, входящего в учебный комплект студента(учебник и рабочая тетрадь).

    4. В случае возврата уплаченных для участия в акции денежных средств по какой-либо причине, в любом объёме, а также в случае любых перерасчетов/переносов денежных средств на другой период обучения, стоимость учебного пособия по акции удерживается из суммы вышеперечисленных денежных средств.

    5. Акция распространяется на любое количество заключенных на данных условиях договоров, на любое количество студентов.

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  • 03 августа 2015 World Cat Day 03.08.2015
    World Cat Day 03.08.2015
    World Cat Day 03.08.2015

    World Cat-Day 2015

    August 8, 2015 in the World

    World Cat-Day, also known as Internation Cat-Day, ist celebrated throughout the world on August 08, 2014. It was founded in 2002 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and other animal rights groups. The cat is a small, furry, domesticated, carnivorous mammal that is valued by humans for its companionship and for its ability to hunt vermin and household pests. Although cat ownership has commonly been associated with women, a US poll reported that men and women were equally likely to own a cat.

    Here are some suggestions about how to celebrate this day from the point of a cat’s view…..

    Since it is World Cat Day, you are probably wondering why I am directing today’s post to you humans. Simple. I want to make sure that you know what to do for your cats today. After all, this is a holiday, just like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, and certain things are required. But we cats can’t trust you humans to get it right without help. Cards and phone calls will satisfy mom and dad, but they won’t fly with your cat. So I thought I would be nice and helpful by suggesting a few things you can do to honor your cats on this very important holiday. Try these on for size:

    • Begin the day by serving breakfast in bed to your cat. In your bed, of course. But don’t bring her plain, old kibble or canned cat food. Make it a gourmet feast — finely chopped chicken and chicken livers, served in a cut glass bowl, or poached salmon with a couple of crickets as a tasty garnish. Or how about brunch for the late-risers? Sardines neatly laid out on fine china would be a simple but classy choice.
    • We cats are not big on cards — really! — so if you can’t find one that truly expresses your sentiments, don’t worry about it. We would much prefer gifts. What’s important here is the wrapping paper. Make sure you get extra-crinkly paper. Also make sure your gift requires a lot of it. If the World Cat Day presents you choose are small (which is perfectly acceptable — even kitties realize that “good things sometimes come in small packages”), then put them in big boxes so you have sufficient wrapping paper for playing in — plus the box serves as a bonus toy! Here is a tip on the right amount of wrapping paper: if there is so much that you could possibly lose your cat inside it, that is sufficient.
    • But just because we cats love wrapping paper, don’t skimp on the gifts. Hopefully you have been paying attention and you know which kind of toys your cat likes best. Some cats prefer small catnip mice that can fly through the air; others prefer something bulkier that can be bunny kicked into oblivion. Still other cats enjoy flying toys like Da Bird, or turbo scratcher type toys. If in doubt, get your cat a bunch of options, just to make sure that you hit pay dirt with at least one. A cat tree would be great if you want to splurge… but you still have to wrap it up.
    • Since this is such a special day, if you are going to get your cat treats as a present, get really special treats — real, freeze-dried meat, or maybe even fresh chicken or grilled salmon. These treats have the benefit of not only being yummy, but also being good for you! We cats are smarter than humans — we like food that is nutritious. If the treats are fresh, you don’t have to wrap them, but if they come in a package, the wrapping paper is de rigueur. I would suggest that you go out and catch some field mice or trap some moths or beetles, but that is probably beyond most humans.
    • Most importantly, here is the one thing your cats really want from you on World Cat Day: your time. Take time to play with your cats today. Don’t just toss a toy around for a couple of minutes. Make it a quality play session, and let your cat decide when she has had enough. If your cat is more of a couch potato, then let her doze on top of you without fidgeting, talking on the phone, or moving her because some body part of yours has fallen asleep. This will show your cat how much she really means to you, and that you really understand her needs. The more respect and regard you have for your cat, the more you will get in return. Or maybe not, but what did you expect?

     

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  • 07 июля 2015 фото отчет BBEnglish Camp 2015
    фото отчет BBEnglish Camp 2015
    фото отчет BBEnglish Camp 2015

    Уважаемые студенты!

    Смотрите в разделе «Галерея» фото отчет о том, как весело и интересно прошел лагерь в этом году. Это было незабываемое время развлечений, знаний,  и новых впечатлений!

    Ждем Вас в следующем году!   

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  • Звенигород 18 июня 2015 Внимание!
    Внимание!
    Внимание!

    Обращаем Ваше внимание

    на изменение телефона нашей школы в г. Звенигород.

    Новый телефон:

    8-915-197-14-19

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  • 18 июня 2015 Fathers' Day in United States
    Fathers' Day in United States
    Fathers' Day in United States

    This week we are celebrating Father's Day!

    Father's Day in the United States is on the third Sunday of June. It celebrates the contribution that fathers and father figures make for their children's lives. Its origins may lie in a memorial service held for a large group of men, many of them fathers, who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah, West Virginia in 1907.

    What do people do?

    Father's Day is an occasion to mark and celebrate the contribution that your own father has made to your life. Many people send or give cards or gifts to their fathers. Common Father's Day gifts include sports items or clothing, electronic gadgets, outdoor cooking supplies and tools for household maintenance.

    Father's Day is a relatively modern holiday so different families have a range of traditions. These can range from a simple phone call or greetings card to large parties honoring all of the 'father' figures in a particular extended family. Father figures can include fathers, step-fathers, fathers-in-law, grandfathers and great-grandfathers and even other male relatives. In the days and weeks before Father's Day, many schools and Sunday schools help their pupils to prepare a handmade card or small gift for their fathers.

    Public life

    Father's Day is not a federal holiday. Organizations, businesses and stores are open or closed, just as they are on any other Sunday in the year. Public transit systems run to their normal Sunday schedules. Restaurants may be busier than usual, as some people take their fathers out for a treat.

    Background and symbols

    There are a range of events, which may have inspired the idea of Father's Day. One of these was the start of the Mother's Day tradition in the first decade of the 20th century. Another was a memorial service held in 1908 for a large group of men, many of them fathers, who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah, West Virginia in December 1907.

    A woman called Sonora Smart Dodd was an influential figure in the establishment of Father's Day. Her father raised six children by himself after the death of their mother. This was uncommon at that time, as many widowers placed their children in the care of others or quickly married again.

    Sonora was inspired by the work of Anna Jarvis, who had pushed for Mother's Day celebrations. Sonora felt that her father deserved recognition for what he had done. The first time Father's Day was held in June was in 1910. Father's Day was officially recognized as a holiday in 1972 by President Nixon.

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