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Camp session: ivyGoal English Square Grade 4 (ivyGoal Institute Canada)

ivyGoal English Square Grade 4


By: ivyGoal Institute Canada  
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ivyGoal Institute Canada


Program and Sessions Details:

  • Virtual program
  • Age 8 - 12 (Coed)
  • Specialized in Education (multi), offers 3 activities
  • 2 session dates to choose from
  • Cost starting from $270
  • Special needs support not available


Contact:

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Please note: 

  • all classes are in the Pacific time zone. 
  • all the students will use 4th grade English Square materials. 
  • Regular classes will grade-level materials named under each session name. 

This is a fun but intensive English language course. 

Students will be learning the following skills in this two weeks camp:

  • 100 - 150 vocabulary words in two weeks.
  • 14 reading passages with questions.
  • Write 100 sentences using the vocabulary list.
  • Write 5-10 stories.

Vocabulary sample list: ancestor, duty, undoubtedly, cultural, heritage, undeniable, unity, fright, roam, wicked, unique, intestine, shelter, underneath, ditch, enormous, vehicle, complicated, wreck, humorous, architect, extinct, mammal, catapult, memorial.

Reading passage sample:

Dangerous Sea Animals

Humans and sea animals are different in many ways. For example, an octopus does not have a skeleton as humans do. Instead, their bodies consist of muscle fibers. Another difference between humans and sea animals is that humans have arms and legs and sea animals have tentacles. An octopus even has the ability to regenerate a new tentacle if it loses one. In contrast, if a human loses his arm or leg he will not automatically grow a new one.

Some popular sea animals are sea turtles and jellyfish. When Jellyfish gather in a large group they are called a “bloom”. This is because when they gather together they look like a bunch of flowers. However, some jellyfish are extremely deadly and can cause severe reactions in humans, and even death. The box jellyfish is considered to be the most dangerous jellyfish in the world. The liquid venom that jellyfish sting with is what makes them so dangerous.

An enemy of the jellyfish is the sea turtle. The Leatherback sea turtle feeds exclusively on jellyfish. For those of you who always view turtles as quiet and shy, this fact may come as a surprise. Many of us visit the ocean for meditation and silence, but we should be aware of the dangers that lie beneath the ocean’s surface.

The First Apple Computer


Do you have a “Mac” computer or an “iPhone”? Both of these products are available from Apple stores and are made by the Apple company. But who made the first Apple computer?

The Apple computer was created by a computer scientist and inventor named Steve Wozniak. He created the first Apple computer in 1976! Steve Jobs, his partner, took care of the smooth, nice appearance of the computer. The first Apple computer did not do much. Jobs and Wozniak struggled for years, making their computer better, and introducing people to computers for the first time.

Since those early days, Apple’s popularity has soared. Now it is a gigantic company, and people all over the world covet the laptops and phones that the company makes. Every year, people line up outside of Apple stores to be the first ones to own the newest iPhone. For years, Apple has remained on the top in the list of big technology companies.

Sentence Writing Sample:


Write sentences using the new words: available, covet, create, gigantic, inventor, owner, appearance,remain, soar, struggle. Make sure all the words will be used. Sentences do not have to be related.

Essay Writing Sample: 

Prompt:

Finding buried treasure

Instructions: 

1. Please use the words from the list:

celebration, represent, symbol, historical, build, image, art, sculpture, century, museum

2. Try to tell the differences among the words below and use at least three of them correctly in your essay. 

always, usually, often, sometimes, seldom, rarely, never

3. The essay should be comprised of 2-3 paragraphs and around 200 words.

4. If examples are used, please specify numbers or details.

The students are taught vocabulary and reading by the instructor according to the syllabus. Subsequent to the class, the students proceed with the essay assignments on their own. Upon completion, the essay assignments are submitted online. Thereupon, corrections are made by the instructors and their assessments are transmitted online to the students.

Canvas Registration Instruction: All the tutoring materials will be delivered via Canvas.

  • Step 1: you will receive a Canvas course invitation from us. If you do not find the email, it may be in the spam box. Click on the blue button “Get Started” in the email.
  • Step 2: Click on “Accept”. Please note that at this moment, you do NOT have a Canvas account set up yet until you create your password.
  • Step 3: Click on “Create My Account”.
  • Step 4: Check the “I agree…” box. Use ‘ivyvan678” as your password. Please share your Canvas email and password with your teacher for homework grading.

Zoom Use Instruction

  • Step 1: Install Zoom on your computer. www.Zoom.com
  • Step 2: From your lesson reminder emails, you will receive Zoom Room IDs. Simply “Join” the room. No password and links are required.
  • Step 3: Click on “Share” if you need to share your screen.


Session Dates and Locations:

Aug 03 - 28, 2020
Virtual Program,
Online

17:10 - 18:00
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$270 - $280
2020-08-03270
Aug 03 - 28, 2020
Virtual Program,
Online

18:30 - 19:20
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M
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F
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$270 - $280
2020-08-03270


Activities:

Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive

Instructor lead (group)
Reading
Writing / journalism
Recreational       Instructional       Intense or Competitive




English Square program integrates vocabulary, grammar, reading, and writing into one comprehensive course.

 

 
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