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As we conclude the second week of our program, we wanted to take a moment to provide you with an overview of the exciting topics and activities that have captured the attention and imagination of our young participants.
The second week of the GMFMG Summer Session has been filled with inspiration, exploration, and a deeper understanding of the game of golf. By learning about remarkable individuals like Pete Brown and Noah Harris, as well as immersing themselves in the US Women's Open, our participants are developing essential values and skills that will serve them well in life. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to sharing more exciting updates with you in the coming weeks.
A Week of Remarkable Individuals:
This week, we directed our focus towards two remarkable individuals who have made significant contributions to their respective fields. Our participants had the opportunity to learn about Pete Brown, a renowned golf professional, and Noah Harris, who made history as the first black man elected as Harvard's student body president. Through their inspiring stories, we aimed to instill values of perseverance, diversity, and leadership among our young learners.
Discovering the Beauty of Golf:
In addition to studying these influential figures, the children delved into the intricate details of golf itself. They explored the different components of a golf course, gaining insights into the roles played by fairways, greens, and bunkers. By understanding the significance of each element, our participants developed a greater appreciation for the unique challenges and beauty inherent in the game of golf.
Homework for Deeper Learning:
To further enhance their understanding and passion for golf, we have assigned the children some exciting homework for the upcoming week. They have been tasked with watching the US Women's Open, a prestigious tournament in women's golf. This tournament not only showcases exceptional talent but also provides valuable insights into the sport as a whole.
Engaging with the Tournament:
Now, let's take a look at the homework questions we have provided to help the children engage with the US Women's Open:
1. Where is this week's US Women's Open being played?
2. What day did it end?
3. How many holes were played?
4. Who won?
We believe that immersing themselves in the tournament will greatly contribute to their learning experience and deepen their appreciation for the sport.
Continued Support and Encouragement:
As always, we are here to support their learning journey and ensure a rewarding experience throughout the program. Your continued support is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to witnessing the growth and development of our young participants as they engage with the world of golf.
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