Assistant for English Classes VI
Morelia - Mexique - Volontariat Moyen Terme
Projet Social - Education
- Volontariat International
- 10-04-2019 - 09-07-2019
- 3 volontaires
- 18-99 ans
- 300 EUR de frais de participation
Share fun and interesting activities about your culture to Mexican students and discover the magic of Mexico!
For the last 4 years, this has been a very successful project where international volunteers organize meaningful and life changing activities! The objective is to promote a cultural exchange, intercultural global education and life project through a program involving international volunteers and students of the Agricultural Technology Center School No. 233.
Volunteers will be part of the Agricultural Technology Center School No. 233 team and will be the facilitators of workshops and classes essentially prepared to practice English language, but also the other languages if the volunteer would like to share. Some of the activities to be developed are: 1. To prepare and provide English classes for the students of Agricultural Technology Center School No. 233. 2. To drive workshops and dynamics to practice language and share their culture in an entertaining way. 3. To promote cultural exchange and international volunteerism 4. To produce creative teaching materials for language classes. Volunteers also will encourage cultural exchange with students, through English speaking clubs.
Logement & Nourriture
Food and accommodation will be provided.
Emplacement & Temps libre
Activities will be organized at and around Morelia city, a very beautiful place and the state capital of Michoacan it’s a most dynamic and beautiful city, Morelia is an increasingly popular destination, and rightly so: the colonial heart of the city is so well preserved that it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991, and its cathedral is not just gorgeous, it’s inspirational. Morelia, founded in 1541, was one of the first Spanish cities in Nueva España. The first viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, named it Valladolid after the Spanish city and he encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva España had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero José María Morelos y Pavón, a key figure in Mexico’s independence. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/western-central-highlands/morelia/introduction#ixzz4WVZJrpPP Read more: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/585/gallery/ You can walk in downtown which has many cultural activities and discover the variety of historic buildings and monuments, for those looking to surround themselves by natural wonders, such as the Island of Janitzio or the ancient pyramids of Tzintzuntzan, the magical towns of Patzcuaro, Santa Clara del Cobre, and several ceremonial centers of the Mesoamerican pre-Hispanic culture. During the weekends you can visit two of the biggest cities in the country, Mexico City and Guadalajara, both cities are 3 hours from Morelia, there are also many interesting places that you can visit during your stay.
The program is open for young people who is interested to participate and enjoy a diverse range of activities, an active volunteers who enjoy sharing culture and making new friends! Volunteers must be motivated to be active and working indoors and outdoors. CAMP LANGUAGE: English (Spanish is appreciated!)
Participation fee: Since neither VIVE MEXICO nor its local camp partner do not receive financial support for the organization of this camp from municipality or any other private resource, in order to realize it we have to charge a participation fee of 300 Euro. The fee includes food, hosting, necessary materials and local transportation for work activities. It should be paid by bank transfer before arriving to the camp or upon arrival to the camp by the participant himself. The bank details will be provided after the acceptance of the participant to the camp.