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ESL Training MOST Ministries. 2 Camp Overview Overnight Camp –Classes in morning –Activities in afternoon Longer periods of recreation, music, crafts.

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1 ESL Training MOST Ministries

2 2 Camp Overview Overnight Camp –Classes in morning –Activities in afternoon Longer periods of recreation, music, crafts Homework and free time added to schedule –Evening devotions and dramas Day Camp –Students arrive in the morning and go home at dinner time –Ages vary from –50-75 students normally

3 3 Daily Schedule Day Camp Breakfast Campers arrive 9 am Opening devotion Class starts 9:30-11:30 11:30-11:45 break 11:45-12:30 class 12:30-1:15 devotion lunch 1:15-2:30 reading and conversation 2:30-3:20 session 1 3:20-4:15 session 2 4:15-5 closing with drama, devotion and singing

4 4 Schedule for Overnight Camp Breakfast Campers arrive 9 am Opening devotion Class starts 9:30-11:30 11:30-11:45 break 11:45-12:30 class 12:30-1:15 devotion lunch 1:15-2:30 reading and conversation Craft, music, drama and recreation time Homework and free time Dinner Evening devotions with drama, and singing

5 5 A Day at ESL Camp

6 6 Sessions: Crafts, Music & Recreation Session 1(Day camp) –½ the students go to recreation –The other ½ will divide into halves ½ do craft ½ do music Switch ½ way through the allotted time Session 2 –Switch groups do the same Drama is done during the music portion

7 7 Drama Done each day with one of the classes –Performed at the closing devotion –Practice with drama coordinator during one of the music sessions For the closing program each class will perform a drama –Classes will work on these throughout the week

8 8 Crafts Can be planned using the theme of the day or the Bible story List all supplies that will be needed –Ask your congregation to donate those items

9 9 Music Pick songs that go with the Bible lesson or the theme of the day Meal blessings Have copies of the song book for all the students and team members

10 10 Recreation List your host facility info –Park? –Field? –School? –No grassy area –List options Softball Frisbee Group games

11 11 Devotions at Camp Opening, Lunch and Closing –Singing –Prayer –Bible verse –At lunch a blessing on the meal –Closing will include announcements

12 12 Placement Evaluation Do not call this a test but an evaluation Done prior to classes starting Serves 2 purposes –Lets the students warm up to the teachers –Helps with placing students in the correct class

13 13 Placement Evaluation Activity or craft taking place while students are waiting to start process or while they wait for their class to be assigned

14 14 The Evaluation Sample Picture Page for ESL Camps Evaluation Materials #1 Insert your testing information here

15 15 Teachers Sheet Included on Team Leader Web Page

16 16 Student Sheet Included on Team Leader Web Page

17 17 Class Placement 6-10 best class size Mix of boys and girls Similar ages If possible keep friends together

18 18 Student Materials New Testament – Gods Word Advanced or Beginner Reader Journal/notebook

19 19 Teacher Material Cling-on White Board Dry erase markers Oxford New Picture Dictionary-1 per class Curriculum Copy of student book Copy of the Bible –NOTE this is not the same translation used in the curriculum

20 20 Preparing Lessons Pick Discussion Activities from Reading and Conversation 1 st Then you can select which English activities and vocabulary to teach Pick one more activity then you think you will need Each activity has B,I or A listed by the title-these represent what level of student –Pick the letter that represents your class

21 21 The Lesson Plan This is an excellent tool to help you plan your lessons List activities/discussions Materials needed What vocabulary you will teach

22 22 Activities Look at activities and estimate how long it will take to do How many you need to do to fill time Add 1 more –This is used as a back-up if one activity is a flop –Prepared if class goes smoothly and you have left-over time to fill

23 23 Icebreaker Used to get the class talking Very fun Fast moving Review of previous vocabulary and/or grammar point

24 24 Vocabulary After you select the Reading & Conversation activities want to do, you will then select the vocabulary that will be necessary to accomplish the conversation part of class

25 25 Idiom Hard to do Something the student wants to use Use it in a sentence Find a similar idiom in their country Use it through out the day

26 26 Grammar Very small part of the class Use the grammar point as you teach vocabulary Be prepared to answer some grammar questions-a general grammar book is a great tool to have in class

27 27 Writing This is a wonderful way for the students to open up to you. Given every other day –Giving you a chance to read the assignments Give it as homework or as part of the class –If homework expect the assignment to be longer in length –In class this will limit what the student writes

28 28 Reading and Conversation The text in the curriculum will vary from the Bible we give the students There are transition questions to help tie in the English theme to the Bible story Helpful to have one of the students read the Bible story from their own language, so they understand

29 29 Homework Optional Can be the writing assignment Does not have to be given daily

30 30 TPR Total Physical Response Stand up Sit down Walk to window Pick up blue book All are examples of TPR Use as icebreaker Especially useful for the lower level students

31 31 Corrections Done only in the classroom Demonstrate the correct way to pronounce, if they still mispronounce, it may be due to the inability to form the sound

32 32 Rewards Verbal praise is the best form of rewarding the student / class for a job well done. Small stickers Pieces of candy When doing team activities, have the winners take a bow

33 33 Closing Ceremony This will be designed with the host A completion certificate will be given to each student signed by their teacher/s Families and community is invited


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