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Summer Camp

English Short Courses

  • It is a supervised programme for children or teenagers.
  • The traditional view of a summer / winter camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is evolving whereas the newer summer / winter camps now a day offers a wide variety of specialised activities.
  • TEG International College specialised in language learning and fun activities

Program Benefits :

  1. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  2. Develop self-confidence through personal understanding of issues related to their scope of work.
  3. Attain a certificate of attendance for every course attended.
  4. Participants can tap the expertise of the lecturers or presenters, for their personal; knowledge.
  5. Learned of shared experiences from course or participants

ReadingPupils will learn:

  • To develop higher levels of literacy, materials other than the textbook will be used to encourage reading, language acquisition and self access learning.
  • Knowing how to apply reading comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical reading is an important aspect of a secondary pupil’s development.

WritingPupils will learn:

  • Will be able to write effectively to suit purpose, audience, context and culture.
  • They will be taught how to compose and create cohesive text as well as to edit and revise their own writing.
  • They will be taught how to write in internationally acceptable English that grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture

Oral Communication: Listening and SpeakingPupils will learn:

  • Know how to apply listening comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical and accurate listening is an important aspect of a secondary pupils’ development.
  • Pupils’ will be given opportunities to speak for various functional, academic and creative purposes
  • They will be able to understand internationally acceptable English as well as other standard varieties, and distinguish differences between formal and informal speech
  • They will be able to speak and make presentations in internationally acceptable English that is grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture.

SUMMARY OF PROFILE OF INSTRUCTORS

  • Highly qualified, experience and native teachers
  • Friendly and effective teachers
  • An interactive approach towards learning

4118

About Robotics

ROBOTICS is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans in dangerous environments or manufacturing processes, or resemble humans in appearance, behaviour, and / or cognition. Many of today’s robots are inspired by nature contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.

Programme Title:Introduction of Robotics – Basic
Accompanying Product:LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 Hours
Suitable for age group: 10 – 14 years old

Brief Programmed Description

This programmed introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn about key components of a mechatronics system, how to construct and integrate a simple system.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the 15 hours – session, students will learn about

  • Introduction to robotics
    • Definition and functions
    • Mechanical components
    • Input, output and control devices
  • Construction and integration of devices
  • Programming and troubleshoot
Session Topics
1a
  • The relationship between science, engineering and technology
  • Definitions and functions of robot
  • Structures of a robot
1b
  • Constructing a stable structure
2a
  • Wheels, gears and axles
  • Constructing a movable structure
2b
  • Sensors (touch, ultrasonic, sound and light)
  • Experimenting with sensors
3a
  • Introduction to Servo Motors
  • Experimenting with Servo Motors
3b
  • The brains of a robot – microprocessor (NXT)
  • Exploring the NXT (interface and display functions
4a
  • What is a computer programme?
4b
  • Creating simple program to download to NXT
5a
  • Building your robot
5b
  • Robotic Challenge

Programme Title: Introduction to Robotics – Intermediate
Accompanying Product: LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 hours
Suitable age: 12 – 16 years old

Brief Programme Description

This programme introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn more about
programming functions, how to construct and fine- tune a mechatronics system to perform a desired task.

Learning Objectives

  • At the end of the 15 hours-session, students will:
  • Learn about programming and data acquisition functions of the NXT
  • Be able to construct and programme a vehicle to maneuver
  • Work as a team to brainstorm, develop, test and select the appropriate solution for a given challenge.

Programme Outline

  • There will be certification at the end of the programme
  • All classes can be customized according to summer camp activities
2961

Programme
Schedule

SUMMER CAMP 1 WEEK PROGRAM

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 2 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 3 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Jurong Bird Park 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

Week 3

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 15
MONDAY
DAY 16
TUESDAY
DAY 17
WEDNESDAY
DAY 18
THURSDAY
DAY 19
FRIDAY
DAY 20
SATUDAY
DAY 21
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME
  • Please note that programmes are subject to changes prior to availability.
  • Cost may vary upon changes

English Short Courses

  • It is a supervised programme for children or teenagers.
  • The traditional view of a summer / winter camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is evolving whereas the newer summer / winter camps now a day offers a wide variety of specialised activities.
  • TEG International College specialised in language learning and fun activities

Program Benefits :

  1. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  2. Develop self-confidence through personal understanding of issues related to their scope of work.
  3. Attain a certificate of attendance for every course attended.
  4. Participants can tap the expertise of the lecturers or presenters, for their personal; knowledge.
  5. Learned of shared experiences from course or participants

ReadingPupils will learn:

  • To develop higher levels of literacy, materials other than the textbook will be used to encourage reading, language acquisition and self access learning.
  • Knowing how to apply reading comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical reading is an important aspect of a secondary pupil’s development.

WritingPupils will learn:

  • Will be able to write effectively to suit purpose, audience, context and culture.
  • They will be taught how to compose and create cohesive text as well as to edit and revise their own writing.
  • They will be taught how to write in internationally acceptable English that grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture

Oral Communication: Listening and SpeakingPupils will learn:

  • Know how to apply listening comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical and accurate listening is an important aspect of a secondary pupils’ development.
  • Pupils’ will be given opportunities to speak for various functional, academic and creative purposes
  • They will be able to understand internationally acceptable English as well as other standard varieties, and distinguish differences between formal and informal speech
  • They will be able to speak and make presentations in internationally acceptable English that is grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture.

SUMMARY OF PROFILE OF INSTRUCTORS

  • Highly qualified, experience and native teachers
  • Friendly and effective teachers
  • An interactive approach towards learning

4118

About Robotics

ROBOTICS is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans in dangerous environments or manufacturing processes, or resemble humans in appearance, behaviour, and / or cognition. Many of today’s robots are inspired by nature contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.

Programme Title:Introduction of Robotics – Basic
Accompanying Product:LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 Hours
Suitable for age group: 10 – 14 years old

Brief Programmed Description

This programmed introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn about key components of a mechatronics system, how to construct and integrate a simple system.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the 15 hours – session, students will learn about

  • Introduction to robotics
    • Definition and functions
    • Mechanical components
    • Input, output and control devices
  • Construction and integration of devices
  • Programming and troubleshoot
Session Topics
1a
  • The relationship between science, engineering and technology
  • Definitions and functions of robot
  • Structures of a robot
1b
  • Constructing a stable structure
2a
  • Wheels, gears and axles
  • Constructing a movable structure
2b
  • Sensors (touch, ultrasonic, sound and light)
  • Experimenting with sensors
3a
  • Introduction to Servo Motors
  • Experimenting with Servo Motors
3b
  • The brains of a robot – microprocessor (NXT)
  • Exploring the NXT (interface and display functions
4a
  • What is a computer programme?
4b
  • Creating simple program to download to NXT
5a
  • Building your robot
5b
  • Robotic Challenge

Programme Title: Introduction to Robotics – Intermediate
Accompanying Product: LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 hours
Suitable age: 12 – 16 years old

Brief Programme Description

This programme introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn more about
programming functions, how to construct and fine- tune a mechatronics system to perform a desired task.

Learning Objectives

  • At the end of the 15 hours-session, students will:
  • Learn about programming and data acquisition functions of the NXT
  • Be able to construct and programme a vehicle to maneuver
  • Work as a team to brainstorm, develop, test and select the appropriate solution for a given challenge.

Programme Outline

  • There will be certification at the end of the programme
  • All classes can be customized according to summer camp activities
2961

Programme
Schedule

SUMMER CAMP 1 WEEK PROGRAM

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 2 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 3 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Jurong Bird Park 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

Week 3

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 15
MONDAY
DAY 16
TUESDAY
DAY 17
WEDNESDAY
DAY 18
THURSDAY
DAY 19
FRIDAY
DAY 20
SATUDAY
DAY 21
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME
  • Please note that programmes are subject to changes prior to availability.
  • Cost may vary upon changes
Through TEG, students will reap the benefits to grow in self-confidence, competence on their duties, and commitment to their studies. And because we are located in the region, we can offer attractive programme packages at very affordable prices.
 
COURSE FEE DETAILS
Please contact our Sales & Marketing consultant [email protected]  for more information on the course fees.

English Short Courses

  • It is a supervised programme for children or teenagers.
  • The traditional view of a summer / winter camp as a woody place with hiking, canoeing, and campfires is evolving whereas the newer summer / winter camps now a day offers a wide variety of specialised activities.
  • TEG International College specialised in language learning and fun activities

Program Benefits :

  1. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  2. Develop self-confidence through personal understanding of issues related to their scope of work.
  3. Attain a certificate of attendance for every course attended.
  4. Participants can tap the expertise of the lecturers or presenters, for their personal; knowledge.
  5. Learned of shared experiences from course or participants

ReadingPupils will learn:

  • To develop higher levels of literacy, materials other than the textbook will be used to encourage reading, language acquisition and self access learning.
  • Knowing how to apply reading comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical reading is an important aspect of a secondary pupil’s development.

WritingPupils will learn:

  • Will be able to write effectively to suit purpose, audience, context and culture.
  • They will be taught how to compose and create cohesive text as well as to edit and revise their own writing.
  • They will be taught how to write in internationally acceptable English that grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture

Oral Communication: Listening and SpeakingPupils will learn:

  • Know how to apply listening comprehension strategies enhances pupils’ ability to comprehend at the literal, interpretive and evaluate levels
  • The development of critical and accurate listening is an important aspect of a secondary pupils’ development.
  • Pupils’ will be given opportunities to speak for various functional, academic and creative purposes
  • They will be able to understand internationally acceptable English as well as other standard varieties, and distinguish differences between formal and informal speech
  • They will be able to speak and make presentations in internationally acceptable English that is grammatically, fluent and appropriate for purpose, audience, context and culture.

SUMMARY OF PROFILE OF INSTRUCTORS

  • Highly qualified, experience and native teachers
  • Friendly and effective teachers
  • An interactive approach towards learning

4118

About Robotics

ROBOTICS is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans in dangerous environments or manufacturing processes, or resemble humans in appearance, behaviour, and / or cognition. Many of today’s robots are inspired by nature contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.

Programme Title:Introduction of Robotics – Basic
Accompanying Product:LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 Hours
Suitable for age group: 10 – 14 years old

Brief Programmed Description

This programmed introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn about key components of a mechatronics system, how to construct and integrate a simple system.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the 15 hours – session, students will learn about

  • Introduction to robotics
    • Definition and functions
    • Mechanical components
    • Input, output and control devices
  • Construction and integration of devices
  • Programming and troubleshoot
Session Topics
1a
  • The relationship between science, engineering and technology
  • Definitions and functions of robot
  • Structures of a robot
1b
  • Constructing a stable structure
2a
  • Wheels, gears and axles
  • Constructing a movable structure
2b
  • Sensors (touch, ultrasonic, sound and light)
  • Experimenting with sensors
3a
  • Introduction to Servo Motors
  • Experimenting with Servo Motors
3b
  • The brains of a robot – microprocessor (NXT)
  • Exploring the NXT (interface and display functions
4a
  • What is a computer programme?
4b
  • Creating simple program to download to NXT
5a
  • Building your robot
5b
  • Robotic Challenge

Programme Title: Introduction to Robotics – Intermediate
Accompanying Product: LEGO Mindstorms Educational Base Set (9797)
Software: NXT Software v2.0
Duration: 15 hours
Suitable age: 12 – 16 years old

Brief Programme Description

This programme introduces students to the world of technology using LEGO robotics as a platform. Students will learn more about
programming functions, how to construct and fine- tune a mechatronics system to perform a desired task.

Learning Objectives

  • At the end of the 15 hours-session, students will:
  • Learn about programming and data acquisition functions of the NXT
  • Be able to construct and programme a vehicle to maneuver
  • Work as a team to brainstorm, develop, test and select the appropriate solution for a given challenge.

Programme Outline

  • There will be certification at the end of the programme
  • All classes can be customized according to summer camp activities
2961

Programme
Schedule

SUMMER CAMP 1 WEEK PROGRAM

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 2 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

SUMMER CAMP 3 WEEK PROGRAM

Week 1

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 1
MONDAY
DAY 2
TUESDAY
DAY 3
WEDNESDAY
DAY 4
THURSDAY
DAY 5
FRIDAY
DAY 6
SATUDAY
DAY 7
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Arrival 9am – 12pm
Short briefing on the
objective of the
Summer Camp
Language
Placement Test/
Class Allocation
9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

SENTOSA

Week 2

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 8
MONDAY
DAY 9
TUESDAY
DAY 10
WEDNESDAY
DAY 11
THURSDAY
DAY 12
FRIDAY
DAY 13
SATUDAY
DAY 14
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Jurong Bird Park 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME

Week 3

Day/ Time SUNDAY
DAY 15
MONDAY
DAY 16
TUESDAY
DAY 17
WEDNESDAY
DAY 18
THURSDAY
DAY 19
FRIDAY
DAY 20
SATUDAY
DAY 21
7am – 8am BREAKFAST
Universal Studios Singapore 9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

9am – 12pm

LESSON

HOME
SWEET
HOME
  • Please note that programmes are subject to changes prior to availability.
  • Cost may vary upon changes
Through TEG, students will reap the benefits to grow in self-confidence, competence on their duties, and commitment to their studies. And because we are located in the region, we can offer attractive programme packages at very affordable prices.
 
COURSE FEE DETAILS
Please contact our Sales & Marketing consultant [email protected]  for more information on the course fees.
Application procedure:Applicant is to submit the following documents to the Admission Office:
Documents needed by TEG :

  • Completed TEG International College Registration Form (Please ensure all sections are duly signed by applicant and completed in English)
  • TEG Student Consent Form
  • Photocopy of NRIC or  1 clear copy of applicant’s passport (valid for minimum 6 months and above)