Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Summer Camp! 2020



Summer 2021 Sessions
Session I:       TBA
Session II:     TBA
Session III:    TBA


Older Campers (~3rd grade and older) 

Younger Campers (~kindergarten --> ~3rd grade) 



Camp Schedule
10:00 to 10:45   Writing              

11:00 to 11:45   Literature Analysis  

2:00 to 2:45    MWF Science

2:00 to 2:45    T&Th  Social Studies

3:00 to 3:45    Coding


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Summer Camp  Writing Program:
This is the perfect time to help your students move a step ahead in their writing skills, create a summer portfolio of work, and learn to love writingOur Summer Camp Writing classes will include homework.

Younger Students: 
• great grammar lessons 
• unlocking the secret skill of KWOs 
• 2 polished, age appropriate, essays a week 
• guided classwork with specific focus on: benchmark standards, semantics, grammar, punctuation, keyboard skills, handwriting, sequencing, and each child's mastery of essay structure  
• please provide a writing notebook, pencil, eraser, and a sharable google doc 


Older Students: 
• grammar, punctuation, & semantics power lessons 
• taking KWOs to the next level:quick notes for lectures, research paper KWOs, and standard review of effective KWOs  
• daily essays culminating in a summer camp portfolio of work 
• please provide a writing notebook, pencil, eraser, and a sharable google doc 


Our Summer Camp Writing Program uses IEW and TUSAL writing stylistic techniques as well as introductory Writer's Mark elements of language and writing.



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Summer Camp  Literature Analysis Program:

E3's Literature Analysis Summer Program combines reading comprehension, vocabulary, and test taking skills.  Our Summer Camp Literature Analysis Program will include homework.

Younger Students: 
• Reading comprehension studies using classic children's literature. 
• Discovering and analyzing plot, identifying protagonists and antagonists, conflict and conflict resolution, theme, and plot
• Socratic discussion and organization of thought

Older Students: 
• Reading comprehension studies using classic American and English literature. 
• Socratic discussion and organization of thought


 • Understanding the difference between summaries and analyses



 Our Summer Camp Literature Analysis Program is based on college level examination program paradigms. This class is a blend of the very best teaching methods: Socratic discussion, Charlotte Mason, Classical Education and standard Q&A styled approaches.  


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