Teaching English & Mathematics to Pupils Afterschool Programme
Description: Volunteers and community members will give support and guide learners academically in teaching English and Mathematics. They will also ensure learners are adequately fed during the programme and establish the academic needs of the students and more appropriate interventions (Social, economic, community, family, religious etc.)
This is an exciting project as volunteers have opportunity to work with different communities and interact with children after school and have also the opportunity to be hosted by individual family members for their period of stay in the country.
The camp will require volunteers to be involved in different activities such as building up learning activities which will be used when the volunteers will meet the children from 8am to 4pm daily activities. Volunteer
Type of Work: The work camp will require volunteers to be involved in English and Mathematics activities and as well cultural activities and creating and using objects which will be used when the volunteers will meet the children from 8am to 4pm daily activities.
Study Theme: The camp will require volunteers to be involved in different activities such as building up learning activities which will be used when the volunteers will meet the children from 8am to 4pm daily activities. Volunteers will work in groups and will travel from 4 different Primary Schools and interact and teach children after school. Trained teachers will be available for assistance on the activities at the schools.
Accommodation: Accommodation will be in a house and venue of activities to be confirmed both in Mabopane. Participants will be required to bring their own sleeping bags. The accommodation has a simple bathroom with shower and water available. The accommodation and work place have flushing toilets and do have electricity but should expect normal power cuts lasting to 4 hours on various time slots in the week. (Not every day)
Language: The community has multi-cultural people and English is mostly spoken with local languages such as Sotho, Zulu, and Tshwana to name a few.
Requirements: Qualification of participants: Open minded, ready to interact with other people of different cultural background - Positive attitude - Willing to share his/her experiences - Flexible to live/stay in simple living conditions - Flexible to eat local food - Ready to do academic work on the project and No experience needed at all. Willingness to guide students especially in cultural and arts.
Approximate Location: Mabopane, Pretoria
Notes: The Weekend is meant to be for free tours that the group can organize by themselves. All our work camps are reserved for cultural nights when each volunteer can present her/his country and culture
Sleeping bag, sun cream, mosquito spray/lotion, sandals, shoes are advisable. Rain coat, light working clothes during working hours and warm clothes at night, as it may turn out to be chilly; Torch or flash light and arts and cultural items such as drums etc. for the children even sporting equipment such as soccer balls etc. and board games.
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