Friday, 6 April 2012

ENGLISH FOR CHILDREEN


INTRODUCTION 
Some think that we have known about teaching project for the children, actually as the teacher must understand about the way how to teach English for children such as equivalent and requirement and also how to bring our class active. In teaching project the must the curriculum in teaching for example in Australia have program like Intensive English Center, this one is very support the students in studying English. The teacher must able to in doing teaching projects because this very supports us to get opportunity to teach English.  
TEACHING PROJECTS FOR CHILDREEN
Want to do something really worthwhile? Teach English in Perth in Australia to refugee children from war - torn countries. These children come from countries such as Sudan, Somalia and Afghanistan, to begin a new life in safety. This project gives you the opportunity to teach English in the Intensive English Centre set up by one of the schools. Here you will assist the Centre to help refugee children who have come through the United Nations Refugee Programmed adapt to their new surroundings in Australia through learning English and sports.
You'll work closely with the children in small groups, as an assistant teacher, to help them as much as possible. Your activities will take place in a school in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia (WA). WA is known as the sunshine state due to its large amount of sunshine every year! You will work as an assistant teacher in the school’s IEC (Intensive English Centre). The IEC was established to give refugee children, who have just arrived in Australia through the United Nations Refugee programmed, the opportunity to learn English and adapt to the Australian education system before going into mainstream school education.
As an assistant to the teacher, you'll have the opportunity to work one-to-one and in small groups with the children to really give them the attention they need. Many of the children's English is very poor, so this is where you can make a real difference. Class sizes vary between 10 and 15 children in each IEC class and you will be teaching children between the ages of 4 and 12. The schools employ a number of teachers to work in the IEC Centre who speak the children's native language and this helps tremendously when the children start to learn English.
As well as teaching English, you'll be able to get involved in a number of other subjects within the IEC Centre, such as:-Sports -Music-Drama -Moths -Art and possibly other academic subjects. If you'd like to teach a specific subject that is not listed here, please let us know and we'll arrange it for you.
This project runs during the school terms. The school terms for 2008 are as follows:
The lessons you'll teach generally last for 40 minutes and the school day runs from around 8:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Your working day will be around 4 to 5 hours of teaching and preparing for your lessons. PLEASE NOTE: If you choose to undertake Teaching at the primary schools in Perth during Term 4 (Oct- Dec) your project may be disrupted for 2 weeks due to school swimming lessons.
WORKING WITH CHILDREN'S CHECKS & POLICE CHECKS:

           As part of the law in Western Australia, it is compulsory for all volunteers who work with children to undergo a Working with Children's Check (WCC). It is also compulsory for volunteers who work in schools to undergo a police check. These checks are done to ensure the safety of children in Western Australia.
The checks are a simple process and we will provide you with all the details of what identity you need to take with you. On your arrival in Perth, our Australia manager will complete the checks with you and take you through the process. As soon as you have registered, you'll be allowed to start working with children.
The lessons you'll teach generally last for 40 minutes and the school day runs from around 8:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Your working day will be around 4 to 5 hours of teaching and preparing for your lessons. PLEASE NOTE: If you choose to undertake Teaching at the primary schools in Perth during Term 4 (Oct- Dec) your project may be disrupted for 2 weeks due to school swimming lessons.
WORKING WITH CHILDREN'S CHECKS & POLICE CHECKS:
             As part of the law in Western Australia, it is compulsory for all volunteers who work with children to undergo a Working With Children's Check (WCC). It is also compulsory for volunteers who work in schools to undergo a police check. These checks are done to ensure the safety of children in Western
The checks are a simple process and we will provide you with all the details of what identity you need to take with you. On your arrival in Perth, our Australia manager will complete the checks with you and take you through the process. As soon as you have registered, you'll be allowed to start working with children. Your accommodation is located in the CBD (Central Business District) of Perth, Western Australia. Therefore you are very central, close to the main train station and shopping district. You'll be accommodated in a centrally located lodge that is friendly and relaxing, making it ideal for long term stays. You'll have your own room, but will share a bathroom with others on your floor. There is an excellent kitchen and storage area for cooking meals and plenty of space to relax.
Entertainment at your accommodation includes a pool table, cheap internet access, arcade machines and cable TV (Foxtail), to name a few. But with all the sunshine Perth has – you’ll be out and about enjoying the many outdoor activities! You are literally a stroll from the Swan River and free CBD transport. Trains and buses are also only a few minutes away to take you to Fremantle, King’s Park or to the many other ‘things to do’!
The city centre boasts great shopping, restaurants and pubs or head over to Northbridge for more pubs, nightclubs and multicultural cuisine. You'll get to work via bus, which stops outside your accommodation.
Perth was built on the banks of the magnificent Swan River over 150 years ago and is now a city rich in culture and filled with theatres, art galleries and museums. The city is modern and vibrant - a fun, friendly and 'laid back' place, with clear skies and a sunny climate. Western Australia is locally known as the 'state of excitement!'
Some of its more famous attractions include Kings Park, Scarborough Beach, Fremantle and the Swan River. Fremantle (or as the local’s call it, ‘Freo’) is the city’s port and is rich in history. At weekends you will find markets, entertainment and plenty of alfresco style cafes to laze in. Perth has restaurants to suit all tastes - the most popular cuisine is of course the great Australian BBQ. Barbeque facilities are abundant in local parks - take your own food and cook up a feast, Australian style! For meals in local restaurants, a trip to Perth's inner city centre is well worth the effort - it bustles with activity and offers a range of choices of restaurants.


YOUR INTRODUCTION TO THE COUNTRY
 
When you arrive you will be welcomed at the airport by Jenny, our Australian Manager, and she will take you to your accommodation. During your first few days Jenny will give you an induction so that you can learn about the country and its culture, as well as useful information like how to use the transport system etc. As with all our destinations, the Australian Culture and heritage must be borne in mind. Self-reliance and independence are highly appreciated in all our destinations and will help you to make the most of this wonderful opportunity! Once you have applied for a placement, we will send you detailed information about Australia, as well as an equally detailed Safety Guide - both of these will help to make your stay in Australia one that you will never forget!
You have the option to arrange your own flights or we can assist you with your flight arrangements. If you would like us to do this for you, we will liaise with you regarding available flights and dates to suit you. All arrangements for your flight bookings/payments will be fulfilled by Murray Rogers Travel Ltd., ATOL No. 6856. (Read more about Murray Rogers Travel Ltd.) Where possible, we arrange for two or more people to travel on the same flight and we will let you have the names and telephone numbers of other volunteers on your flight, so that you can chat to each other or even meet up before leaving for your placement
We can also arrange your flight dates to give you additional time at the end of your project for traveling around and sightseeing - this is a fascinating country! You will fly into Perth where you'll be met by Jenny Ashworth, our Country Manager, or one of her staff. From the airport you'll be taken toss your accommodation. Several days later, once you have settled in and recovered from the flight, you will be introduced to your staff on your project.
Concluation
In teaching projects need some requirement such as in Australia to refuges the children in studying English center apply to the students in country such as in business and how to project English for the student in Indonesia because the program of Australian it can be our imagination and reference to develop in teaching projects of Indonesia? We can see at television about the intertements or, internet, and others information. We can work with teaching projects of Australian and Indonesia.


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