English camp comes at the start of Summer and Winter breaks. It generally lasts about 10 days and the day usually ends before noon. At least that’s how it was at my school. Camps are usually on the drab side as I’m left looking for activities that will keep the students engaged and showing up as camp wears on. This time around, the English Department put together a much more fun and interesting schedule including trips to the English radio station, Gyung-Ju historical region of Korea, and English library.
In addition to this, I was asked to do a cooking class. Now the irony of this is probably too difficult to put to words. I’m one who has trouble boiling water and even run the risk of burning it if I wasn’t careful. Nonetheless, it’s how I would roll for English Camp this summer. Celebrity chef style. The recipe I was asked to prepare with the students? Cake in a Mug.