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In this story, a young man describes his mishaps (accidents) which occurred while he was at summer camp. Make a list of possible problems which might have happened to him before you start the listening.
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Next, we have to make our beds and tidy up the cabin before our camp counselor, Jeff, comes to inspect the place.
I slipped and fell in the stream and lost my fishing pole. That ended my fishing career.
Yesterday, I was in charge of cooking the hot dogs, but I accidentally dropped them in the fire, so we had to settle for beans instead. The other kids are always razzing me about it.
That's usually fun, but one night while trying to find more sticks for the fire, I got all turned around and got lost.
Well, today is another day and tomorrow I go home . . . and not a bit too soon. I've learned that camping is just not for me.
Now retell the story from several points of view in their own words (e.g., the young man, the parents, one of the counselors at camp, etc.). What physical and psychological benefits can come from attending a summer camp? How can parents benefit from sending their children to these summer events?
Imagine that you want to visit these places, and while you are there, you want to camp for a week. Use the Internet to find information to answer these questions.