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1 Summer Camp 2013 Pre-Camp Briefing

2 Your Personal Calendar Please check your inbox. Please check your inbox. Check if there are any problems. Check if there are any problems. ▫ No asking for change of events/activities! Inform Amanda when you spot any problems. Inform Amanda when you spot any problems.

3 Transport Arrangement

4 The availability of coaches depends on the accessibility of the destinations. The availability of coaches depends on the accessibility of the destinations. Please indicate your preferences via Moodle on or before June 3 (Monday), 5:00pm. Please indicate your preferences via Moodle on or before June 3 (Monday), 5:00pm.Moodle ▫ Except those highlighted in yellow, which are expected to be a mandatory arrangement If you have chosen to take the coaches, please be punctual. If you have chosen to take the coaches, please be punctual.

5 Transport Arrangement Departure points: Departure points: ▫ Mostly HKIEd ▫ Some from venues of morning sessions Pick-up and drop-off points: Pick-up and drop-off points: ▫ Kowloon Tong, unless stated otherwise

6 Transport Arrangement Be aware of your lunch arrangement Be aware of your lunch arrangement ▫ E.g. June 18: Those going for Movie Dubbing in the morning and for High Court in the afternoon will have a tight schedule  Better check how much time you have for lunch  May need to bring own sandwiches or be prepared to have only a quick meal

7 Rules and Regulations Attendance: Attendance: ▫ Min. 80% (i.e. 22/28 sessions) Lateness and early exits of 15 mins or above Lateness and early exits of 15 mins or above ▫ 2 LATEs = 1 absence Sick leaves: Sick leaves: ▫ Doctor’s certificates needed Application for sick/emergency leaves: Application for sick/emergency leaves: ▫ Call your escort teacher + Amanda on that day ▫ Submit document(s) for proof Advanced notice is much appreciated! Advanced notice is much appreciated!

8 Rules and Regulations Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions ▫ Typhoon #3 / Red Rainstorm Warning  Continue as scheduled  Except Sail Training and Lamma Fisherfolk’s Village ▫ Typhoon #8 / Black Rainstorm Warning  Be cancelled  Pay attention to the Observatory announcement  Might resume after such warning signal is cancelled…

9 Rules and Regulations Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions What to do if the following weather warnings are hoisted on the first day of your course: At 7:00a.m, a black rainstorm warning or typhoon signal No.8 is hoisted The courses that start at 9:30a.m will be postponed to 1:30pm. Participants should report to Outward Bound at 1:30p.m on the same day. At 12:00noon, a black rainstorm warning or typhoon signal No.8 is hoisted All courses will be cancelled on that day. Participants should report to Outward Bound at 9:30a.m on the following day.

10 Rules and Regulations Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions Arrangements for Events/Activities under Adverse Weather Conditions While a course is in progress… participants WILL NOT be sent home but will be accommodated at the training bases.

11 Important Reminders Responsibilities and insurance coverage Responsibilities and insurance coverage Please inform the escort teacher(s) if: Please inform the escort teacher(s) if: ▫ You need to leave the team during the activity ▫ You have any physical discomfort during the activity Bring water and your own medicine (if needed) Bring water and your own medicine (if needed) Please make sure you dress appropriately for the activities Please make sure you dress appropriately for the activities ▫ E.g. Trousers for Drama Workshop & no flip-flops, shorts or mini-skirts for institutional visits

12 Camp T-Shirts You must wear camp tee throughout the whole camp period. You must wear camp tee throughout the whole camp period. You can choose which one to wear on which day. You can choose which one to wear on which day.

13 Assessment 1.3 weekly blogs (narrative) 2.A reflective report

14 Assessment 1.3 weekly blogs (narrative) ▫ Highlights of the week, with photos/videos ▫ words each, either Chinese or English ▫ To be submitted to Mahara each Sunday night by 11:59pm Create a Summer Camp page Add to the group created by the course coordinators Share your page to the group

15 Assessment 2.A reflective report ▫ A reflection of your whole summer camp experience ▫ 1,000-1,200 words + a synopsis (about 20% of the total length you have written) ▫ The report could be written in either Chinese or English, but the synopsis has to be in the other language ▫ To be submitted to both Mahara and Moodle by July 5, 11:59pm

16 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities LegCo LegCo ▫ Tour around LegCo Complex + A role-play session

17 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities President of LegCo Clerk to LegCo Government Officers Political Parties Members fr. Functional Constituency gps 1 gp

18 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities LegCo LegCo ▫ Topic for the Role-play Electronic Books Bill

19 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Ocean Park Interpreter Training Ocean Park Interpreter Training ▫ Items to bring on 10 June Photocopy of Hong Kong Identity Card 2.One I.D. photo which will be used for their volunteer passes Remarks: For students who are holding One-way Permits, please bring the photocopy of the One-way Permits as well. 3.Completed Volunteer Application Form and Registration Form

20 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Ocean Park Interpreter Training Ocean Park Interpreter Training Date10 June (Monday) Time09:00 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. Gathering place and time OPCF Conservation Kiosk outside Ocean Park Main Entrance at 08:55 a.m. Note: You would need to present your Identity Cards for registration. DressCasual wear Taking notesBring your own stationery, like pens and notebooks LunchYou will have lunch at the staff canteen, so please prepare some cash or your Octopus Card. OthersPlease have breakfast before coming as you will have some activities during the trainings and you may bring some snacks as well.

21 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Ocean Park Interpreter Training Ocean Park Interpreter Training ▫ Check your inbox for the forwarded message from Ocean Park ▫ Reply JZ Wong from Ocean Park by June 7, indicating your availability for the volunteer service

22 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Victoria Shanghai Academy Victoria Shanghai Academy ▫ Understand IB programme and pedagogy ▫ Teaching workshop ▫ Lunch with students  Bring $22 for lunch  Or bring your own lunch

23 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Translation Talk and Workshop Translation Talk and Workshop ▫ Please update the activity time:  09:30 – 16:00 ▫ Items to bring:  A (bilingual) dictionary you have been using  Pens and notebook ▫ Pre-study

24 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Outward Bound Outward Bound ▫ June 4, 15:00-16:00 ▫ B2-LP-18 Sail Training Sail Training ▫ June 6, 14:00-15:00 ▫ B3-LP-03

25 Briefing Sessions on Individual Events & Activities Grand Finale Grand Finale ▫ Showcase of your learning outcomes + Snapshot/Video of activity highlights + Presentation of certificates ▫ EACH of you will play a role  Performers  Organizers / Helpers ▫ Performances  Drama, Singing, Movie dubbing…

26 SSQ Check-in You can check in the SSQ on June 9 (Sunday). You can check in the SSQ on June 9 (Sunday). Each student residing in the SSQ will be given a key. Each student residing in the SSQ will be given a key. If you decide to check in the SSQ on June 9, please inform Amanda by May 30, 5:00pm. If you decide to check in the SSQ on June 9, please inform Amanda by May 30, 5:00pm. ▫ You’ll get the key from Ho Ka Ying 何嘉瑩 (DSE ENG) between 3:00pm-4:00pm. Or you have to contact her directly. If you decide to check in on/after June 10, please approach Amanda for the key. If you decide to check in on/after June 10, please approach Amanda for the key.

27 Group Leaders We need one group leader in each event/activity We need one group leader in each event/activity Role of group leaders Role of group leaders ▫ Be assistant to escort teachers ▫ Introduce guest speaker ▫ Take photos/videos, if no camera person is present

28 Event Organizers Putonghua games: 5 Putonghua games: 5 Drama workshops: 5 Drama workshops: 5 Movie dubbing workshops: 5 Movie dubbing workshops: 5 Singing contest: 5 Singing contest: 5 Grand finale: 10 Grand finale: 10

29 Your Financial Contribution 1.Submit a crossed cheque made to "The Hong Kong Institute of Education"(or “ 香港教育學院 ”), with your names and student numbers written on the back of the cheque. 2.Make cash deposit in any of the Bank of East Asia Branch (“ ”). Then, submit the original bank deposit slips to Amanda at CLE General Office (B2-G/F-03).

30 Updates You will receive a summer camp Handbook on the first day. You will receive a summer camp Handbook on the first day. From now on, you have to pay close attention to any announcements made via , Facebook, website and Moodle. From now on, you have to pay close attention to any announcements made via , Facebook, website and Moodle.

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