Project Paradise - Standard Full Day Program
February 5, 2020
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1) Date, Location, Report Time
Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Report Location: Campus Center Ballroom CC103
Report Time: 7:45 AM (DRIVERS: PARKING WILL BE LIMITED AS THE MAIN PARKING STRUCTURE COULD BECOME FULL. PLEASE STUDY THE ALTERNATE PARKING OPTIONS PRIOR TO DRIVING TO THE UNIVERSITY OR FIND ALTERNATE MODES OF TRANSPORTATION).
*It is critical that you report on time to the report location. Please plan transportation, parking, and time it takes to arrive ahead of time. LbE Hawaii has implemented a tardy/absence enforcement policy for the sake of a smooth running high quality program. Text or call Virgil at 808-218-4278 if running late.
*NEW: All Islanders are now compensated from the REPORT time of the program. Plus, Islanders who arrive on time will receive a $5.00 CASH BONUS, just for coming on time. Please collect this bonus open checking in at the front of the ballroom.
2) Staffing Roles
Facilitator - TBA - In charge of the overall program operation, time management and scheduling, lead educator, lead escort / communicates with Bilingual Supporter
Bilingual Support- Yuko Maruo
Islanders - English Speaking Leaders, assigned to a group of 6~8 Japanese high school students, representing the people and aloha of Hawaii, befriends the students to support them in English-practice and international relations
3) Program Details
Group: Chuo Gakuin Senior HS
Ages: High School (Age Unknown)
English Level: Unknown, but always be prepared for different levels of English within your group and do give equal attention to all students. Slow down and simplify your English.
Participants per Group: 6-8 students per group
Number of Groups/Islanders: 15
Number of Students: 103
Program Theme: This is a standard program, where we introduce to the students the cultural diversity of Hawaii and the benefits of living in a multicultural society, further promoting the importance of being globally aware and communicating with other people. Students will also learn about Hawaii-Japan relations and gain self-identity!
4) PROGRAM SCHEDULE
5) Important Preparation Information
REPORT: REPORT LOCATION IS CAMPUS CENTER BALLROOM. Please call Virgil Delima if you're lost: 808-218-4278 or text the group text.
ATTIRE: Casual shirt + shorts or long pants and comfortable shoes.
PHONE RULE: ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL USE OF PHONES DURING EVENT.
PLEASE BRING EXTERNAL BATTERY CHARGER IF YOU HAVE: You will need to CONSERVE YOUR BATTERY as you will need to use your mobile devices hotspot to tether to our Amazon Fire Tablets.
LANGUAGE: Please only speak ENGLISH with your students during this program.
EXCHANGING OF CONTACT INFORMATION: Absolutely no exchange of phone numbers, email, social media with your students nor the teachers of the school! Violating such rule can result in termination from LbE Hawaii.
DURING EXPLORATION UH MANOA: Please play the game with your own group only. Do not join any other groups. It is not an effective way to play and learn.
EMERGENCIES: In case of any emergencies or questions contact Virgil at 808-218-4278
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Please create a 10 minute Hale Aloha presentation (guidelines below), review the Exploration UH Manoa game (video below), be prepared to have a discussion with your students about ALOHA SPIRIT (please google the meaning and examples of ALOHA prior to the program), also be prepared to listen to your students do a presentation. Some Islanders will need to display the students' presentations on their electronic devices. (details coming soon from Virgil)
6) How to play Exploration UH Manoa - Please review video below:
7) Final Confirmation Required ASAP
Please fill out the brief form below to confirm that you have read and accepted the terms of participating in this exciting program.