Archive for October, 2018

American Halloween Part 3

Hancock International College will look like a spooky place tomorrow at our Halloween Party and Workshop! Our ESL students are planning their costumes for the contest as well as deciding teams and designs for the pumpkin carving contest! Deliriumsrealm.com goes on to say, “Halloween in Modern America The popularity of Halloween has increased year after year. Television, movies, and other…

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American Halloween Part 2

The buzz has begun and our ESL students are excited for the Hancock International College Halloween Party and Workshop! We’ve planned a lot of fun activities and are excited to share them with our students at a presentation today after school! Deliriumsrealm.com goes on to say, “Halloween As A Communal Celebration By the 1900s, the focus had shifted from a…

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American Halloween Part 1

This time of year Hancock International College is glowing with excitement because our ESL students know the fall quarter is where we celebrate American Holidays HIC style. Deliriumsrealm.com goes on to say, “Of all the holidays, Halloween stands out as the best example of the quintessential American “melting pot,” that is, a mélange of beliefs, rituals, or traditions, both religious…

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Sinister Pointe: Scary Place Second and Third Floor

Wow! This is American entertainment at its best! And there’s more in store. Our ESL students are so excited to know Hancock International College keeps them in the know about amazing local events. Here’s the rest of the article on Scary Place. Westcoaster.net goes on to say, “From the start, Evil on 2 was a plus for us.  The spiel…

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Sinister Pointe: Scary Place Part 2

Sinister Pointe: Scary Place First Floor Interested? You ain’t seen nothing yet! Hancock International College knows some of out ESL students won’t make it all the way through, but it’s fun to try right? Take a look at what’s in store on the first floor. Goodnewsnetwork.org says, “The first floor features two scare zones—one themed to clowns, and the other…

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Sinister Pointe: Scary Place

A little batty told our ESL students that Hancock International College should recommend they visit a new up and coming attraction to celebrate Halloween! This article really says it all and we’re excited to hear how our ESL students enjoy this experience. Westcoaster.net says, “We’re back at it again, folks, with more reviews of the multitude of spooky attractions in…

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Hope Harbor

We love it when our ESL students find creative solutions in learning. That’s why we share stories at Hancock International College that promote critical thinking and American innovation that impacts our culture. One part of American culture is Homelessness. There are many groups trying to solve the problem and we found an amazing idea. Goodnewsnetwork.org says, “Kenneth Capron is determined…

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Fit for a King

Fit For a King Experts the world over agree that cancer knows no borders. Prevention is a unifying factor among the popular opinions of our ESL students and Hancock International College couldn’t agree more. There are, however, ways to provide comfort to those with cancer and their cost can sometimes be so expensive they could only be fit for a…

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The Moon and GPUs

Hancock International College loves awesome graphics processors and we love to show our ESL students how Technology impacts American culture. We found out NVIDIA corporation recently updated their video that debunked the conspiracy regarding the moon landing being fake. Here’s what they had to say. Cnet.com says, “Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong walked on the moon almost 50 years ago,…

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You Go Girl Day

Our ESL Students are often excited about stories we share about female empowerment. Hancock International College is always looking to highlight American women to stand out and fight for equality for women in America. Gone-ta-pott.com says, “What is this holiday about? Time to remember the courage of Kathy Sullivan, the first American woman to walk in space. On this day…

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