Today I has a discussion with the English teachers at one of my husband's universities about education in America. He has been teaching them legal English and legal issues in these classes, but they also wanted someone to talk about American culture (rather broadly defined), so I was volunteered.
I has a good time. It is a small group, so it wasn't at all intimidating. Since they have varying levels of English, I had to keep it simple. We talked about the American university system since it is quite different from the Russian system, and we also talked about public schools (and homeschooling) in the US.
I'll be doing this every other week. I'm planning on talking about religion next time, and then marriage and family. I think politics would be good too. Obviously it's interesting for me too because they volunteer a lot of information. I have lots of questions to ask about different things.
What questions would you want to ask these teachers if you could?