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Location:
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Wynnewood, PA 19096
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LinguaZone Language Camp Session I

July 22, 2013 8:30 AM

Explore the world locally in 2013


Friends’ Central School is the home to LinguaZone Language Camp!  This summer enrichment program offers Modern Hebrew, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Latin, Chinese, Italian and Ancient Greek for ages 5 - 17.  Whether a student is beginning a language, looking for remediation or hoping to advance a level at school, LinguaZone Language Camp delivers a fun learning experience for all.  Creative and energetic language educators in the area will aid students in reaching their goals.

LinguaZone Language Camp students work on projects collaboratively, play creatively and explore the language fearlessly.  Campers apply their language skills in endless ways inside and outside of the classroom.  Students enjoy healthy international competition by playing in a World Cup style tournament, hone their language skills by writing a script and filming a video, practice clothing vocabulary by staging a fashion show and follow directions in the target language by making a recipe.

Session 1 runs from July 8- July 18, 2013.  Session 2 runs from July 22 - August 2, 2013.  Sign up for one two-week session or sign up for both sessions.  Call Colin Angevine at (215) 948-2153 or visit the website www.lzacademy.com

Think globally but stay local.  Travel around the world in ten days or twenty days!

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