A lot of the communication with the children is done through a translator. However, in many situations, communication is dependent on how much effort we put into showing the campers that we care to reach them. Once the children know that, they will try their best to meet you halfway. They will also be able to pick up on basic hand motions and body language. By the end of the camp they will even pick up some English.
How will we be able communicate with the German and Russian children in the camp?
feldmans September 19, 2013