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The Last Emperor of China, the Romanovs, Gandhi, and World War

The Last Emperor of China, the Romanovs, Gandhi, and World War

$42.00Price

Society is never happy when the rich are very rich and the poor are very poor. We will explore the alarming story of the Romanovs, their dependence on the raving Rasputin who managed to outsmart his assassins several times, and their fall from power. With the removal of one government comes another and, in this case, it is Communism. In India, Gandhi leads through non-violence as India seeks freedom from England and the last emperor of China leaves the Forbidden City. The first World War floods the world with fear. We will study the Peace at Versailles and the League of Nations. The destiny of nations is guided by powerful people, both good and bad; students will learn about Woodrow Wilson, Mahatma Gandhi, Nicholas II and Alexandra of Russia, Rasputin, Joseph Stalin, and Vladimir Lenin, to name a few.

 

  • Recommended for ages 9 and up
  • Instructor: Ms. Aditi Sigar
  • Wednesdays, 12:45 - 1:45 PM 
  • 4 classes
  • January 5, 12, 19, 26

 

Aditi Sigar is a final year student at The IIS University, where she is pursuing two Bachelor's degrees together. One degree is Bachelor of Arts (English literature, Psychology, and Sociology), and the other is Bachelor of Education (Pedagogy of English and Counselling). 

 

She secured a Merit position in Cambridge University’s Business English exam (prelims and vantage). Aditi is also an IELTS trainer, trained at the British Council. She completed a 220- hour International Diploma in TEFL/TESOL with specialization in Business English Teachers Training (Grade A).

 

She teaches English (accent reduction and pronunciation coach) to students from all over the world. This way, she got exposure to cultures of several countries, such as Bahrain, Brazil, Egypt, Guinea-Bissau, Peru, South Korea, and the U.A.E among many others. 

 

She speaks English, Hindi, Shekhawati, Spanish, and Korean! In her free time, she volunteers to educate rural kids of India with an NGO and pens poems and articles for her university magazine.

 

Teaching style: hands-on activities, worksheets, class discussion, peer partner learning
 

Student & Parent Reviews for Ms. Aditi:

  • She is SO patient! She answered all the kids' questions and really helped them grasp the concepts. - Elan, parent
  • So sweet and fun. - Rebecca, parent
  • Ms. Aditi is a fun, intelligent, and charming teacher! I love how she includes all her students to participate in classes. Her homework is always interesting and really gets students' brains to dive deep into their thoughts. -Abigail, student