The Brain Adventure camp courses teach foundation skills to prepare your child for the next school year - English Writing. This is an important skill for their long term success.
Kids nowadays write the way they text. There is no discipline in creating good sentence structure There is no planning prior to writing the paragraphs, and kids often times write whatever comes to their mind. This is why they get blanked out and don't know where to start.
In our English Writing Class Summer Camp, we target these weakness in a step by step approach, delivered in an interactive and fun lesson. We start with grammar and sentence structure, then move into organizing ideas and vocabulary usage. It is a truly fun learning experience, a unique summer camp for children.
For the advanced group (Grade 7-8), we move into essay writing and critical thinking in week 3 and 4.
Our English Writing Summer Camp (Junior G5-6) focuses on foundation skills including sentence structure, grammar, and vocabulary building. Students will learn how to write paragraph, starting from sentences. How to use adjective properly? What is proposition and how to use it? For vocabulary building, for instance, many students make the mistake of memorizing the words, or using highly complex words in an incorrect context. Our class shows the student on understanding the meaning of the words, and writing sentences base on that understanding.
This English Writing Summer Camp is a unique opportunity for your child to learn the foundations of English writing with professional lessons from our teachers and writing project for practice.
Our English Writing Summer Camp (Senior G7-8) starts with the foundation skills, such as sentence structures. Then we will move into essay writing section. It is critical to prepare some foundation skills for grades 9 and up in order to succeed in high school.
How do you write an attention-getting introduction?The excellent way to pique the reader's interest coule be a piece of writing with an attention-getting introduction. A hook for an essay might be a question, a surprise, or a quotation that piques the reader's interest and makes them want to read on to discover what occurs next.
What distinguishes a good thesis from a bad thesis? The characteristic that distinguishes an excellent essay from a bad essay is mostly content. The writer must have something important or significant to say, and he or she must communicate it with precision, specific terminology, and evidence when needed. A successful essay will be well-organized and clear of the clutter that obstructs effective communication: grammatical faults, syntax issues, diction lapses, and spelling errors.
How to express your ideas in a concise and clear manner?The first step is to determine your essential message before writing. You could consider what you want the other person to learn, to know, to understand as a result of listening to you. Organize your thoughts in your essay to ensure clear communication.
All of these are essential steps in writing a clear, concise and fluid essay.
PhD candidate, English literature, York University. She has 6+ years of experience teaching students from grade 4 to 12. This includes teaching first year English tutorials at York University.
Diana explains the common challenge for children in sentence structure and how our program will strengthen that foundation
In our English Writing Summer Camp, the first part would be learning sentence structure, our tutor will help students to understand the sentence strcture by providing vivid example.
During the English Writing Summer Camp, our tutor will provide weekly homework with a major writing project to help kids better understand.
The study discovered that allowing children to take chances and face obstacles at camp helps them develop independence, resiliency, and self-esteem in a secure, supervised, and supportive setting.
Children should be at least 7 years old before participating in one-week or longer overnight camp programmes, according to advisors from The Camp Experts & Teen Programs.
A summer camp program provides a secure place for children to develop social skills, make decisions, and maybe even experience nature. In fact, early socialising may be more beneficial to growth and development than reading or eating veggies!
The English Writing Workshop is a teaching method that aims to help kids become more confident and proficient writers. Children get opportunity to work individually and with their peers during Writing Workshop. Selecting subjects, drafting, rewriting, editing, and releasing their own work are all part of the writing process for them.
It's a mix of the English writing class and summer camp. It involves using games, music, and activities to teach English in a FUN, dynamic, and participatory manner. You'll spend some of your time at an English summer camp in English courses with students from all around the world, and the rest of your time participating in fascinating activities and excursions.