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CIS Summer School Information 2020

CIS Summer School 2020

Summer School CIS Tokyo plans are to offer options for students/parents. With sufficient registration CIS will make available classes for all grade levels as indicated in the Summer School A and B outline in both “online” and “live” classes.
 
On the registration form families are asked to indicate which one the following options they would like to select.
 
For my child I am interested in:
 
Option #1 - “Live” classes at the school only, by CIS teachers
 
Option #2 - “Online” classes only offered by CIS teachers (ZOOM, Google Classroom)
 
Option #3 - Either “Live” classes at CIS or “Online” classes only offered by CIS teachers
                                                    
 
                                                           
The CIS Summer School registration form is available at:
 
Please contact the CIS office for additional registration details.
 Deadline for registration is May 31st, 2020
 
 
 
 

CIS Summer School 2020

Group A: July 1 to July 21, 2020 (3 weeks - 15 days of instruction)
Group B: July 22 to August 4, 2020 (2 weeks - 10 days of instruction)
 
CIS Tokyo Summer School provides students with an opportunity to continue studies in an enjoyable, relaxed - yet challenging - environment. Activities are tailored to the individual needs of students in small classes led by CIS teaching staff, fully certified in Canada.
 
Preliminary registration information received at the beginning of the summer session, combined with information collected from the regular school year provide us with the information needed to create a program that will best prepare students for the next grade.
 
When absent from school for the long summer break, it can be difficult to refocus again in September.  This is especially true when a student for whom English is a second or third language, is learning mainly in English. Summer break in a non-English speaking environment can sometimes result in a student not maintaining English skills they worked hard to develop during the previous school year.
 
To address this problem, we recommend CIS summer school in either the “live” or “online” format. Like our regular school year program, our summer schedule is designed to provide a mixture of academic, creative, and athletic activities – recognizing the needs of a well-balanced education and a range of learning styles.
 
Further details:
  • For elementary and Junior High school, aspects of the Canadian curriculum in language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics will be used to encourage the development of English language skills.
  • In kindergarten and early primary, a typical day will include a variety of activities - songs and movement activities; phonics and language learning; letter tracing and writing; story time and guided reading with leveled readers; playtime and physical activities; learning and discovery centers as well as some dramatic play and dress up in a very “child-centered” environment. In the “online” option some of these activities will be adjusted to better suit the online environment.
  • There is a snack time and lunch break each day along with a recess time right after lunch for “live” classes.
  • Small classes and a low student to teacher ratio provide an environment in which students can achieve academic success and build confidence.
  • Each “live” session will include an educational field trip. “Online” sessions will have other types of special activities.
  • Sessions A and B will conclude with a celebration ceremony where students will receive certificates of completion.
  • Students will receive report cards at the end of each session
  • PE classes will be held each day to keep students healthy and active through the summer months. “Online” PE classes will also provide opportunities for students to become active by following along with the PE teacher three classes a week. All PE classes are conducted in English to reinforce the language learning in English classes.
  • Lunch box service is not available this year.
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Group A - Summer School Options

Group A - Summer School Options July 1 - July 21 2020

180,000 yen (3 weeks - 15 days of “Live” instruction / 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM; includes PE) 
160,000 yen (3 weeks - 15 days of “Online” instruction / 9:00-10:30 AM and 1:00-2:30 PM; and three additional classes of PE instruction each week)
 

Summer School - A1

Target group:
Students who are presently registered for or scheduled to attend CIS in September. (Non-CIS Students are also accepted provided they have the required minimal level of English ability)
Grade Level:
Pre-kindergarten (K3, K4) to kindergarten (K5)
Content:
This class will focus on the further development of English language skills. Enjoyable activities, games, and other interesting events will be the strategy used to improve the English skills of the students. The CIS Canadian curriculum will be used to focus academic activities.

Summer School - A2

Target group:
Students who are presently registered for or scheduled to attend CIS in September. (Non-CIS Students are also accepted provided they have the required minimal level of English ability)
Grade Level:
Grades 1 and 2
Content:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.

Summer School - A3

Target group:
Students who are presently registered for or scheduled to attend CIS in September. (Non-CIS Students are also accepted provided they have the required minimal level of English ability)
Grade Level:
Grades 3 and 4
Content:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.

Summer School - A4

Target group:
Students who are presently registered for or scheduled to attend CIS in September. (Non-CIS Students are also accepted provided they have the required minimal level of English ability)
Grade Level:
Grades 5 and 6
Content:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.

Summer School - A5

Target group:
Students who are presently registered for or scheduled to attend CIS in September. (Non-CIS Students are also accepted provided they have the required minimal level of English ability)
Grade Level:
Grades 7, 8
Content:
This session will focus on the further development of English Language skills necessary for success at the junior and senior high school level. The academic focus of these sessions will provide the students more study of English grammar to improve writing and English pronunciation practice to improve speaking.  As well, there will be an emphasis on English comprehension to improve listening and reading.  Some aspects of the Canadian junior high school curriculum in social studies, science and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.

Group B - Summer School Options

Group B - Summer School Options July 22 – August 4, 2020

130,000 yen (2 weeks - 10 days of “Live” instruction / 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM; includes PE) 
110,000 yen (2 weeks - 10 days of “Online” instruction / 9:00-10:30 AM and 1:00-2:30 PM; and three additional classes of PE instruction each week)

Summer School - B1

Target group:
This class will focus on the development of English language skills. Enjoyable activities, games, and other interesting events will be the strategy used to improve the English skills of the students. The CIS Canadian curriculum will be used to focus academic activities.
Grade Level:
Pre-kindergarten (K3, K4) to Kindergarten (K5)

Summer School - B2

Target group:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.
Grade Level:
Grades 1 and 2

Summer School - B3

Target group:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.
Grade Level:
Grades 3 and 4

Summer School - B4

Target group:
This class will provide further development of English Language skills. Attention will be given to the development of specific skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening. Some aspects of the Canadian elementary curriculum in social studies, science, and mathematics will also be used to encourage the development of English language skills.
Grade Level:
Grades 5, 6 and 7
Canadian International School
〒141-0001
5-8-20 Kitashinagawa Shinagawaku Tokyo Japan
TEL: 03-5793-1392
FAX: 03-5793-3559
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