ESL: Speaking, Listening and Exploring: Walks Through Cambridge *Offsite* *NEW*

In this intermediate level English class, students will have opportunities to practice conversation, listening, and vocabulary skills, as we enjoy beautiful, outdoor walks through Cambridge, and visit some of the tourist attractions near Harvard Square. This class combines walking, listening, and conversation practice, with sitting classroom discussions in the lovely outdoors. Instructor: Andrea Aptecker



Start Date

August 9, 2022




Off Site





5 Weeks,Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10am-12pm. Begins Aug. 9
Meeting Point: CCAE Courtyard at 56 Brattle Street. Please note that COVID-19 proof of vaccination is required. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Andrea Aptecker


Andrea Aptecker

A teacher and playwright from Cambridge, Massachusetts, Andrea Aptecker is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America, and serves on the Board of Directors of Playwrights’ Platform in Boston. She recently attended the Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive 2021. Her plays and monologues have been performed in the United States and UK. Andrea’s monologue, IT’S NICE TO BE OUT IN SOCIETY, was selected as a finalist winner in the 2021 Hear Me Out Monologue Competition and Labor Day Festival, and received the Audience Favorite Prize. Her new play, UNREQUITED, which one reviewer called, “lyrical, witty, seductive and dark – and always spellbinding,” is available with Next Stage Press. UNAPOLOGETIC, a 10-minute play presented at the Boston Theater Marathon, is available in the Boston Theater Marathon XXII Anthology, Smith and Kraus, 2020. A short documentary, IN THE DARKROOM, about her father, photographer George Aptecker, is available online. Read her plays on the New Play Exchange: Andrea Aptecker | New Play Exchange.