Travel to Prague, Czech Republic: Travel to the Coolest Cities in the World
Stacey Jay B.A., TESOL, TEFL
Let's travel to Prague, Czech Republic, The City of 1000 Spires. We visit the largest castle complex in the world, walk across the Charles Bridge, learn about gothic architecture, find one of the coolest clocks in the world, and much more!
US Grade 3 - 6
Are you a world traveler or dream of being one? Are you a geography buff? Are you interested in architecture and learning about cool new cities and cultures? Have you been to this cool city before? This class is for you! In this one-time class, we travel to Prague, Czech Republic known as The Golden City of 1000 Spires. A hidden gem of Eastern Europe full of gothic, macabre, and art nouveau art and architecture. We will cross the medieval stone arches of The Charles Bridge to find the...
By the end of this class your Learner will be a mini expert on Prague, Czech Republic, and dreaming of visiting one day.
My classes are inclusive to all Learners (including neurodiverse and ESL and LGBTQ+ Learners) and allow Learners to ask questions, cultivate discussions, and share experiences with each other to learn together and of course, have fun!! My teaching style is energetic, interactive, engaging, and always supportive. ** I hold a Degree in Communication & Culture. While obtaining my Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Culture, I studied and researched communities and their use of culture as an expression to communicate with others. I am TESOL and TEFL certified (Teaching English as a Second Language). I have over 7 years of experience as an Online Educator. I am a world traveler who has been privileged to have lived and traveled in many different countries across the world. I am very excited to share my knowledge with your Learner through this course!
Sources used to create this class include, but not limited to, my own first-hand personal travel experiences and photos and videos from my travels. As well as research from my Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Culture. Other sources include Loney Planet & Fodor's Travel Guides, youtube videos (credited in class). Multiple travel bloggers/vloggers (credited in class), World maps, Wikipedia, and research from multiple travel documentaries.
Meet the teacher
Thank you for visiting my profile! I am a Canadian living part-time in Canada and Costa Rica. I have been an Online Educator for children and youth for 8 years. Prior to becoming an Educator and Business Owner, I spent 15 years working in the Arts...
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Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
2-10 learners per class