CAMP

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English Camp for Students

2018-2019 태국 방콕 에서 미국 Lamar University 방학 영어 캠프 연수비용및 일정안내: 북미 원어민 교사  

초등학생 중학생 영어 캠프

Winter Camp 2018: January 14-30, 2018
Summer Camp 2018: June 16- June 30 2018

Duration: 2 Weeks
Price: 2,200,000 Korean Won ($2,000)

 

English Camp for Adults

2018-2019 태국 방콕 에서 미국 Lamar University 방학 영어 캠프 연수비용및 일정안내: 북미 원어민 교사  

고등학생- 성인

Winter Camp 2018: January 14-30, 2018
Summer Camp 2018: June 16- June 30 2018

Duration: 2 Weeks
Price: 2,200,000 Korean Won ($2,000)

ADRF & Lamar

Learning English & Volunteering: Camp English Component

The overall goal of the English Component of the ADRF & Lamar Learning English & Volunteering Camp will be to prepare the students for communications with their Thai counterparts in English. It is focused on communicative English in context and problem solving that might be associated with the volunteer activities of the Korean students.

Daily Schedule with English classes. The schedule is based on the outline provided.

Day 3: Intensive English / Intensive English

Day 4: Intensive English / Intensive English

Day 5: Intensive English / Volunteering project orientation

Day 6: Field trip to local spots for volunteering

Day 7: Intensive English / Volunteering Project Instruction

Day 8: Intensive English / Volunteering Project Instruction

Day 9: Intensive English / Volunteering

AM – The outcomes of the Day 3 AM sessions will be to:

  1. Exchange names in student to student interactions
  • Greetings – The student will walk about exchanging names and greetings in English. Hi. My name is…. What’s your name? What do you like to eat?
  1. Ask & answer questions about their favorite international foods
  • X/O game (groups) – What do you like to eat? I like to eat….
  1. Act out and speak parts in mini skits
  • Death in the Afternoon
  • Grab bag role plays
  • TV ads

PM – The outcomes of the PM will be to:

  1. Write down program objectives in groups
  • Crocodile River – Groups brainstorm individual program objectives on poster
  1. Speak and write down problems and solutions for problem solving in groups
  • Define the problem
  • Define 3 possible solutions
  • Identify the solution and why it was chosen
  • Write the script for the rest of the story and act out.

AM – The outcomes of the Day 4 – AM sessions will be:

  1. Group poster session on WHAT DO YOU DO THAT’S GREEN?
  • Write down GREEN and UNGREEN things on poster
  1. Exchange GREEN & UNGREEN things they do in interactive walkabout
  • Interview and take notes in walkabout
  1. Fishbowl discussion of GREEN and UNGREEN & why it is hard
  • Student talk in groups in front of class about GREEN and UNGREEN and why it isn’t easy

PM – The outcomes of the Day 4 PM sessions will be:

  1. Group poster sessions on ICEBERG – What’s above and below the surface of Thai and Korean culture
  • Student groups talk and write down issues that are seen and unseen about:
    • Korean culture
    • Thai culture
  1. Poster session presentations
  • Students walk about viewing and explaining their posters
  1. Mini drama – Exploration of cultural issues in mini drama
  • Students write a script for a mini drama based upon a proverb
  • Mime practice
  • Script reading practice
  • Presentations

AM – Day 5 – AM sessions will be:

  1. Chairy Tale – What is the message? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSRjRctL8XA
  • A chair and a man – What will be the story?
  • Watch #1 – discuss making notes
  • Watch #2 – discuss and make notes
  • Watch #3 –
  • Presentations
    • Fishbowl discussion
    • A mime skit
    • A poster TED talk
  1. Make your own cultural video
  • Groups:
    • Write script
    • Practice
    • Presentations

AM – Day 7 – AM sessions will be:

  1. Volunteering poster sessions – What does it mean? What can you do?
  • Discuss in groups
  • Make posters
  1. Define problems
  • Develop skits – critical incidents

AM – Day 8 AM sessions will be:

  • Volunteering – Problems & Solutions using problem solving model
    • What is the problem
    • 3 alternative solutions
    • Poster sessions or mini dramas
    • Class discussion
  • English Audit – What do I need to know how to say or hear?
  • group discussion and posters

AM – Day 9 AM sessions will be:

  1. Volunteer projects – Discussion –
  • What can be done?
  • What is effective volunteering?
  • Who gets what out of the relationship?
  • What are the problems?
  • What are the resolutions?
  1. Poster sessions
  2. Fishbowl panels present

PM – The outcomes of the PM will be to:

  1. Volunteering Project Instruction