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English in Camp Concept Paper

English in Camp Concept Paper

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ENGLISH-IN-CAMP1.RATIONALE
The English Language Programme for students is aimed at equipping them withthe basics of language to enable them to communicate with one another indifferent situations.Hence, English-In-Camp (EIC) is aimed at promoting the use of English as acommunicative tool in various real situations. Students will enjoy and have lots of fun when using the language in the camp.
2.AIM
EIC provides an avenue for campers to immerse themselves in an Englishspeaking environment.
3.OBJECTIVES
3.1The objectives of EIC are to enable participants to:
i.
communicate in the English language effectively and confidently.ii.experience using the language in a joyful and lively atmosphere.iii.build positive attitudes with the inculcation of moral values.iv.develop leadership qualities by involving themselves as leaders inthe various activities organized in the camp.v. think critically and creatively in English.
4.TARGET GROUP
This camp is open to all Level 2 primary / lower secondary students fromgovernment aided schools in Malaysia. The students should be of intermediate level of English language proficiency. Participation includes :i.a minimum of 4 boys and 4 girls per state – must be multi-racial topromote integrationii.1 male and 1 female teachers-in-charge per stateiii.1 language officer per state
5.EIC ORGANISATIONEIC
should provide an environment where pupils can use English when theysocialize and put into practice cooperation among themselves in the variousacademic and recreational activities organized.
 
This guide contains some
suggestions, ideas
and
steps
to assist teachers andschools to organize
EIC.
These can be adapted or modified depending on thenature, duration and location of the camp. Teachers can come up with their ownoriginal ideas and activities for their camp.There are 3 main stages in the organization of an
EIC
.
i.
Pre / Before the Campii.During the Camp
iii.
Post / After the Camp
5.1 PRE / BEFORE THE CAMP
In order to have a successful
EIC,
careful preparation and planning is veryessential. These are
suggested steps
to be taken.
5.1.1
 
Meetings (2 or 3 times)5.1.2Setting up the Main Organizing Committee5.1.3 Setting up of working Sub-Committees (refer Appendix A)The Working Sub-Committee need to organize meetings/discussions toensure all necessities are ready before, during and after the camp.They need to report to the Main Committee and liaise with other committees if necessary.
 
5.1.4 Funding/BudgetThis is normally handled by the Secretariat. (Treasurer)
To prepare a budget for the camp.
To look/source for fund e.g. from PIBG/schools/relevantagencies.
To keep a financial statement of the camping expenditures.5.1.5Permit, Information & Invitation (Secretariat)
To obtain permit from relevant authorities e.g.PPD/PPB/Parents/Police/Venue/Campsite
To inform relevant authorities e.g. JPN
To invite speakers/parents/VIP and relevant authorities andagencies e.g. NIE (Newspaper in Education) (Army/Police,Boys Scout, Girls Guide, Red Crescent etc,)5.1.6 Some other important details to consider at this planning stage:
Venue/place:
Preferably a camp site but school, classrooms,boarding-houses, clubs, association, etc. can be
 
alternative sites.
Duration
:
2 days + 1 night/3 days + 2 nights/ 4 days + 3nights
Date :
School holidays/weekend
Camp Rules/Regulations and Facilitator’s Guide
Target group and number 
Video recording ( for documentation )
 
5. 2 DURING THE CAMP
At this stage the
Camp Commandant
is in full command. All working Sub-Committees are in operation.5.2.1Registration/Accommodation of participants, officials and facilitators.5.2.2Briefing for facilitators/ officials.
Camp Rules and Regulations
Facilitator’s Guide
Programme, camp equipments and materials.
All officials and facilitators are ready to perform their duties.5.2.3 Briefing and orientation for participants/campers
Introduction of the Camp Commandant, officials andfacilitators.
‘Getting to Know You’ session for campers.
Programme, timetable, equipment and materials
The use of the Individual log book.
Announcements/News/Reminders, etc.
Orientation and familiarization of the camp site.5.2.4Camp Equipment & MaterialsAll working sub-committees should prepare a check-list of equipment and materials. 
PA system, tape recorders, microphones, hailers, bells /whistles, etc.
Printed materials song sheets, poetry, tongue twisters,dialogue, jazz-chants, choral speaking scripts etc. if required.
Campers log book.
Camp/tents, strings, canvas, mats etc.

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