English Project Weeks
InterACT offers practical engagement with the English language in a dynamic, challenging, and fun environment. Our English immersion week serves as reinforcement to already existing English curriculum for students in classes 6 - 12. Over an intensive five days students will be completely immersed in the English language. The week revolves around the theme of storytelling and performance. Students explore the various components of a story, while learning how to write a narrative and dialogues, leading to the performance of a self-authored play in English. Through a variety of English games and improvisation exercises students have the chance to engage practically with the English language.
ESL Program Introduction
This workshop offers the fantastic opportunity for students to create their own English language movie, documentary or news show.
A dynamic workshop that is challenging and fun for kids big and small. Together we will learn to walk on stilts, balance on a tight rope, and juggle everything under the sun.
Advanced Theater Skills Workshop
This workshop is for students considering a career in acting for stage and/or film. Or for those who desire to continue the art of acting as a serious hobby. Taught by a professional actor, students will work on monologues, scene study, as well as learning a variety of acting techniques for stage and camera.
Crazy Creatures is a fun-art workshop that encourages kids to use their wild imaginations. Kids will think up many different crazy creatures.
English Project Week
The week revolves around the theme of storytelling and performance. Students explore the various components of a story, while learning how to write a narrative and dialogues, leading to the performance of a self-authored play in English.
- Number of ESL Students: 150
- Average Class Size: 22
- Hours per Week: 35
- Minimum Age: 8
- Housing Options:
- School Setting: Urban Suburban Small Town/Rural
Schedule & Fees
With a minimum of 18 Students the English project week costs 99, - EUR per student.
Normally the English Project Week is funded solely by the parents of the students. Schools may also elect to partially fund the project to offset the costs to the parents. Some students and parent organizations have organized fund-raising activities to help student who might find themselves in difficult economic circumstances: i.e. a bake sale, car-wash, or similar class activity.
Prices depend on duration and location of workshop. Contact us directly for more information.
Special Courses & Features
- One-to-One Instruction / Private Lessons
- Courses for Juniors / Teenagers (12 - 16 yrs old)
- Courses for Children (under 12 years old)
Our Instructors travel to hosting schools. All activities take place in host school or surrounding community centers.
English Project Weeks
Tel +49 (0) 30 311 634 61