Publication Date

2001

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

Abstract

This paper presents a way to use university students as near peer role models and student leaders for a weekend English camp experience for a small group of high school students. It explores the basic design for the project, and outlines the rationale for the syllabus for preparing the near peer role models in a semester conversation class at a Japanese university. It details each of the activities used during the English camp experience, and shares reflections from the participants on the community experience.

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | First and Second Language Acquisition | Higher Education and Teaching | Secondary Education and Teaching