ELAC Program Weekly Schedule

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Information about ELAC Program Weekly Schedule

Published on July 1, 2016

Author: ELH1925

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1. ELAC Program Weekly Schedule Click to begin

2. This slideshow will tell you about your schedule while you are at Bement this summer. Use the links at the bottom of each slide to choose where you go next. Click here to go to the next event.

3. 7:45 a.m. Wake up! Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

4. 8:30 a.m. Check out of dorm Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

5. 8:45 a.m. Eat breakfast Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

6. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Go to class Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

7. 12:00 to 12:15 Eat lunch Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

8. 12:15-1:15 Do activities with American campers Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

9. 1:15 to 3:15 p.m. Play games and swim with American campers Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information.

10. This is the end of the camp day! Choose one of the links below to learn more. Click here to see what happens on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Click here to see what happens on Mondays. Click here to see what happens on Fridays.

11. 3:15-4:45 p.m. Have free time Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

12. 4:45 p.m. Check out of the dorm Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

13. 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. Eat dinner Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

14. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. See a play at a local theater Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

15. 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Have quiet time and then go to sleep Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day. Click here to end.

16. 3:15-3:45 p.m. Have free time Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

17. 3:45 p.m. Check out of the dorm Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

18. 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Do history activity Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

19. 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. Play on campus Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

20. 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. Eat dinner Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

21. 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Have study hall in the library Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

22. 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Have free time in the dorm Click here to go to the next event. Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day.

23. 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Have quiet time and then go to sleep Click here for more information. Click here to choose a different day. Click here to end.

24. 3:15 p.m. Begin weekend activities when camp is over for the week. Every weekend is different. You will learn more about the weekends in the next post! Click here to choose a different day. Click here to end.

25. What questions do you have about your schedule? Comment on this post with your questions!

26. At 7:45, your dorm parent will wake you up to get ready for camp. If you are already awake, you can read, write, or draw in your room. You may not leave your room (except to use the bathroom) before 7:45. You might shower at this time. You will need to get dressed, brush your teeth, and clean your room. You might also need to pack a bag for camp with your swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, and anything else you might need. Click here to go back to the last slide.

27. You check out of the dorm with the other students when your dorm parent tells you it is time to go. It’s important to always say “I’m checking out!” to your dorm parent so he or she knows where you are. Click here to go back to the last slide.

28. One of our school chefs, Ann, will be waiting for us in the dining hall at Bement House with a typical American breakfast before the camp day. Breakfasts usually involve fruit, cereal, toast, eggs, yogurt, milk, juice, and other foods. Click here to go back to the last slide.

29. Your classes will be held in the Kittredge Building. There are two teachers in the ELAC program. They will work with you on reading, writing, speaking, and listening in English. Click here to go back to the last slide.

30. Every day, Ann will make a hot lunch that includes a main meal, salad, fruit, a drink, and dessert. Click here to go back to the last slide.

31. You will have a choice of a few different activities to participate in for this hour. You will learn about these choices during your first day of classes. Click here to go back to the last slide.

32. During this time, you will play games, go on hikes, do arts and crafts activities, and more. If the weather is nice, you will also be able to go swimming in our school pool. All of these activities will be done with the American campers. Click here to go back to the last slide.

33. During free time in the dorm, you may play outside or inside, read, write, draw or do other crafts, practice a musical instrument, play board games, use the dorm computer, shower, call home using the dorm phone or your own cell phone, or watch TV. Click here to go back to the last slide.

34. Click here to go back to the last slide. You check out of the dorm with the other students when your dorm parent tells you it is time to go. It’s important to always say “I’m checking out!” to your dorm parent so he or she knows where you are.

35. One of our Bement chefs, Tom or Ann, will be waiting to serve us a delicious dinner. Dinners usually have meat and vegetarian main dishes and side dishes, including a grain (like rice or potatoes) and a vegetable. Click here to go back to the last slide.

36. Every Monday evening, your dorm parents will take you to see a play. Each week, the play is different, but it is always based on a book you read in class during the week. You will watch the play and have a snack at the theater, and then drive back to campus. Click here to go back to the last slide.

37. Quiet time is the thirty minutes before lights out. During this time, you get ready for bed by getting into your pajamas, brushing your teeth, packing a bag for camp, reading, writing in a journal, or other quiet activities. You must be in your room or the bathroom during quiet time. For students ages 7 to 9, quiet time is at 8:30 and lights out is at 9:00. For students ages 10 to 13, quiet time is at 9:00 and lights out is at 9:30. Click here to go back to the last slide.

38. Click here to go back to the last slide. During free time in the dorm, you may play outside or inside, read, write, draw or do other crafts, practice a musical instrument, play board games, use the dorm computer, shower, call home using the dorm phone or your own cell phone, or watch TV.

39. Click here to go back to the last slide. You check out of the dorm with the other students when your dorm parent tells you it is time to go. It’s important to always say “I’m checking out!” to your dorm parent so he or she knows where you are.

40. For this hour, you will work with teachers who specialize in colonial American history. They will teach you about the history of New England, and especially Deerfield. To truly experience this history, you will do the same kind of activities that children your age would have done hundreds of years ago! Click here to go back to the last slide.

41. During campus time, you can play outside or practice a musical instrument. Click here to go back to the last slide.

42. Click here to go back to the last slide. One of our Bement chefs, Tom or Ann, will be waiting to serve us a delicious dinner. Dinners usually have meat and vegetarian main dishes and side dishes, including a grain (like rice or potatoes) and a vegetable.

43. During study hall, you will: 1. Complete your assigned homework from your teachers. 2. Read independently in an English book. 3. Work on an online language program. Click here to go back to the last slide.

44. Click here to go back to the last slide. During free time in the dorm, you may play outside or inside, read, write, draw or do other crafts, practice a musical instrument, play board games, use the dorm computer, shower, call home using the dorm phone or your own cell phone, or watch TV.

45. Click here to go back to the last slide. Quiet time is the thirty minutes before lights out. During this time, you get ready for bed by getting into your pajamas, brushing your teeth, packing a bag for camp, reading, writing in a journal, or other quiet activities. You must be in your room or the bathroom during quiet time. For students ages 7 to 9, quiet time is at 8:30 and lights out is at 9:00. For students ages 10 to 13, quiet time is at 9:00 and lights out is at 9:30.

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