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English Adventure Program

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English Adventure Program
 

What is the English Adventure Program?

The English Adventure Program provides participants the opportunity to improve English skills while enjoying a variety of exciting activities that Guam has to offer.

PROGRAM LENGTH: The English Adventure Program is one to six weeks in duration and classes and activities run Monday - Friday. There are also very short-term programs available from 1 day to less than one week. The program is flexible and can be designed to meet the needs of the client.
INSTRUCTORS: Students will learn from experienced teachers with master’s degrees and ESL teaching experience.

ENGLISH INSTRUCTION: English classes can run weekdays between the hours of 8AM and 5PM. Classes focus on sentence analysis, parts of speech, nouns, verbs and modifiers, listening and speaking, reading and writing, and English conversation.

ACTIVITIES: Activities include sports activities, cross-cultural communication with UOG students, conversation partners, learning traditional dances, campus tours, and cultural activities. Activity prices vary.

 
 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Welcoming
Reception

ESL
Instruction

Cultural
Beach Day

ESL
Instruction

ESL
Instruction

10AM - 12PM

9AM - 12PM

9AM - 12PM

ESL Instruction

Lunch

Lunch

9AM - 12PM

12PM - 1PM

12PM - 1PM

12PM - 3PM

ESL
Instruction

9AM - 4PM

ESL
Instruction

Closing Ceremony

1PM - 2PM

1PM - 2PM

Activity

Activity

Activity

12PM - 2PM

3PM - 5PM

2PM - 5PM

2PM - 5PM

 

Adventure Sports Camp

Adventure Sports Camp – The University of Guam runs Adventure Sports Camp during the summer months from late May through early August. Children from the ages of 6 -15 can experience English immersion while participating in sports, hikes, trips to the water park, and camp outs with children from many cultures.

 

Fisheries

Participants from 9 - 18 years old experience English immersion and learn fishing methods, how to use a rod and reel, night fishing, and trolling on a boat. Staff members lecture about the importance of caring for coral reefs and the environment. Staff members are College of Natural and Applied Sciences 4-H program.


Contact: ctaitano@uguam.uog.edu or rsocampo@uguam.uog.edu or visit www.uog.edu/eap

International Friendship Club

The IFC is a University club whose members volunteer to interact with students during the program.