Belinda Baardsen, American ExPat, TEFL Certified ESLInstructor, J.D., B.S.
Best presentation wins a prize! PROPOSAL FOR A DAY TRIP TO 3 sites 20 STUDENTS 4 TEACHERS TO SUPERVISE VOLUNTEER FIRST COME FIRST SERVE NO CREDIT FOR ABSENCE GOAL: LEARN ABOUT SAUDI HISTORY & TRASLATE IT BACK TO THE PY STUDENTS MUST WRITE ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE IN ENGLISH, MAKE A PRESENTATION, POWER POINTS, PUBLIC SPEAKING
• The Masmak Fort• Al Masmak Fort Entrance is free• Located on Al Imam Turky Ibn Abdullah Ibn Muhammed street in Ad-Dira, Riyadh, the Masmak Fort is one of the main attractions for visitors and students alike. Not only does the Fort represent the recent culture in the area but also is a focal point in history of Riyadh and that of the nation.•• One of the oldest parts of Riyadh - the fort itself is free to enter (just sign your name in the guest book).
Competition: 20 students 4 teachers to supervise Students observe & learn •Address King Saud Rd Al-Futah Students must: write a paper,create a power point, prepare a •Website www.arriyadh.com public speech & share with students •Phone tel, info: 01 402 9500 •Price adult/child/student SRIs15/SRIs10/free •Hours men & schools 09:00-12:00 Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu, & 16:30-21:00 Tue
National Museum timing for visitors Weekdays Morning (9AM-12PM) Evening (4:30-9:30PM)Saturday schools/boys closes for (maintenance) Sunday schools/girls families Monday schools/boys families Tuesday schools/girls men Wednesday schools/boys families Thursday schools/boys families Friday close families
Third & final tripThird & final competition opportunity for KSU PY EB CAMPUS STUDENTS
Twenty Students ~ Volunteers ~ Absence Applied 4 Teachers ~ SupervisionWrite papers, create power points, public speaking = English For two weeks every year, the past comes to Riyadh - and its alive and well. The vibrant Janadriyah Annual Heritage and Culture Festival in Riyadh City District is a showcase for crafts from across the Kingdom organized by the National Guard. It celebrates the cultural traditions that unite this great country, while also revealing the regional differences which create the distinctive character of Saudi individuality
The festival is divided into men-only,women-only and family days. On the women-only days they haveactivities such as henna-etching and Arabic make-up displays which arent there on the other days. In 1419H (1998) the JanadriyahFestival honored the women artists, poets, singers and folk dancers ofAsir, with a three day womens music festival. For the first time their local traditions took to a wider stage where it was much appreciated.
Transportation – provided by KSU from KSU Date: To be determined Departure time: To be determined Return time: To be determined
3 opportunities for students to: Learn more about Saudi culture Render presentations And win One prize!Students will vote on the best presentation.