Презентація звіту роботи літнього мовного табору містить в собі план-сітку роботи на тиждень. Кожен день присвячений окремій темі і містить в собі пісенний, ігровий та дидакичний матеріали. Тексти пісень представлені в презентації, аудіосупровід можна легко знайти в інтернеті. Дана презентація стане гарним помічником для вчителя англійської мови під час організації літнього мовного табору на базі будь-якої школи.
4 1 2 3 створення сприятливих умов для відпочинку дітей влітку 2017 року, популяризації та забезпечення практичного вивчення іноземних мов в Україні, виховання активної громадської позиції через цікаві та насичені програми, органічне поєднання спорту, здорового способу життя з вивченням англійської мови, екологічною діяльністю та новою культурологічною інформацією .
Дітям, як повітря, необхідний режим дня, розумно складений, відповідний їх віковим особливостям. Те, що діти звикають в один і той же час активно відпочивати, займатися фізичними вправами, створює сприятливі передумови для їх всебічного розвитку. 09:00 – 09:15 Перекличка. інструктаж з техніки безпеки. Ознайомлення з путівкою дня. Музична хвилинка 09:10 – 09:30 Зарядка 09:30– 10:30 Практичне заняття згідно плану роботи (project work). 10:30 – 10:45 Перерва. Музично-танцювальна хвилинка 10:45 – 11:30 Практичне заняття згідно плану роботи (play time). 11:30 – 10:55 Розучування англійських пісень 11:55 – 12:00 Підведення підсумків роботи. План на наступний день РЕЖИМ РОБОТИ мовного табору відпочинку «Lollipop» на базі Слободищанської ЗОШ І-ІІ ступенів З 29 травня по 07 червня 2017 року
The First day: 09:00 – 09:15 - opening of the camp “LOLLIPOP” 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – creating camp symbols, singing the camp song “Lollipop” by Holly dolly and making up the camp rules. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime(active games) 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “Lollipop” and dancing. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home.
Holly Dolly LOLLIPOP Games for the first day of camping Lollipop,lollipop holalilalila lollipop ,lollipop holalilalila lollipop,lollipop holalilalilala (bis) Call my baby lollipop Tell you why His kiss is sweeter than an apple pie And when he does his shaky rockin' dance Man, I haven't got a chance I call him Sweeter than candy on a stick Huckleberry, chimry or lime If you had a choice He'd be your pick But lollipop is mine Crazy way he thrills me Tell you why Just like a lightning from the sky He loves to kiss me till I can't see straight Gee,My lollipop is great I call him ….. My Life in Five Sentences Age/Level: Elementary and above Time: 20 minutes Players: Pairs Preparation: None Aim: To practice sequence words and find out interesting information about a partner This is a great ice-breaker activity to play with new students on the first day of class. Procedure Write five sentences on the board about interesting things you have done in your life. Tell the students that the sentences on the board are things you have done in your life but the order is wrong. Ask the students to put the five sentences in the correct order using words that express sequence, i.e. first, second, then, after that, finally. The students can do this verbally or you can have them write the sentences. Ask various students for their sequence until someone gives you the correct order. Next, tell the students to write five sentences about interesting things they have done. Tell the students to avoid writing sentences where the chronological order is obvious. When they have finished, divide the students into pairs. The students look at their partner’s sentences and try to put them in the right order using sequence words. If the order is wrong, the student tries again until they get it right. You can make this ice-breaker more challenging by using more sentences, e.g. My life in ten sentences. When the students have finished, get feedback from around the class about any interesting information students found out about their partner. Secrets Age/Level: Elementary and above Time: 25 minutes Players: Individual Preparation: None Aim: To ask questions to determine who is telling the truth This is a fun mystery game to play on the first day of class. This game motivates students to ask questions. The students also get to find out interesting things about their classmates. Procedure Hand out a slip of paper to each student . Tell the students to write their name on the paper. Then, ask the students to write down a secret about themselves. The secret could be anything, such as a hidden talent, a skill, accomplishment or a place they have visited. However, it should be something that is unknown to anyone in the class. Collect the slips. Read them and choose one slip that has an interesting secret. Then, ask three students to stand up and go out of the classroom. One of the three students must be the person who wrote the secret you have chosen. Go out of the classroom with the students and explain to them that they must all claim to have the secret. Bring the three students back and sit them down in front of the class. Tell the class the secret. The class then has to question the three students to determine which two are lying and which one is telling the truth. After about five minutes of questioning, the students vote on who is telling the truth and who is lying. Award points to the students who guess correctly and then play another round.
09:00 – 09:15 – All-camp meeting. 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – making up the project “Save the Earth”. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime(outdoor games). 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “Love song to the Earth”. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home.
This is an open letterFrom me and you togetherTomorrow's in our hands nowFind the words that matterSay them out loudAnd make it better somehowLooking down from up on the moonIt's a tiny blue marbleWho would've thought the ground we stand on could be so fragileThis is a love song to the earthYou're no ordinary worldA diamond in the universeHeaven's poetry to usKeep it safe, keep it safe, keep it safeCause it's our world, it's our worldIt's not about religionMoney, or perceptionHow many years we might liveWhen the only real questions that matters is still a matter of perspective Looking down from up on the moonIt's a tiny blue marbleWho would've thought the ground we stand on could be so fragileThis is a love song to the earthYou're no ordinary worldA diamond in the universeHeaven's poetry to usKeep it safe, keep it safe, keep it safeCause it's our world, it's our worldIt's our world, it's our world, it's our worldIt's our world, it's our world, it's our worldThis is a love song to the earthYou're no ordinary worldA diamond in the universeHeaven's poetry to usKeep it safe, keep it safe, keep it safeCause it's our worldThis is our worldIt's our worldIt's our world Project Decorate a ReUsable cotton canvas Grocery bag – earth Day Project What you will need: Cotton, canvas bag, iron, pencil, markers, paint. How to make an Earth Day Canvas Bag: Before you start gather everything you will need to iron the bag flat so that there are no wrinkles. Decide on a design and lightly draw the design on the canvas. If you make a mistake you can erase the lines. When you are satisfied with your drawing use the permanent markers, paint to finish the design. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Playtime!!!!!!!! Monkey in the Middle Age/Level: Young learners Time: 10 minutes Players: Individual Preparation: A ball Aim: To say words within a category “save the nature” Procedure Start by having the students make a large circle. Select one student to be the monkey. The monkey stands in the middle of the circle. Give the students a category, e.g. cities. The students in the circle throw the ball around the circle so that the monkey can't get it. Every time a student throws the ball, they say a word from the category, e.g. London. If a student can't think of a word, they become the monkey. If the monkey gets the ball, the thrower becomes the new monkey. Change the category whenever there is a new monkey. Play until time is up.
09:00 – 09:15 – All-camp meeting. 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – making up the project “Around the world”. Watching videos. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime(Hunting pirates). 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “How do you do”. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home. THE 3d DAY: TRAVEL TOGATHER!
Game Where do I come from? In this group activity, students play a guessing game to practice countries and nationalities. Each group of three is given a set of cards. Students take turns to pick up a card and make three sentences. The sentences give clues to the continent, currency and capital city of the country. The other students listen and try to work out which country and nationality is being described. The first student in the group to guess the answer, giving both the country and the nationality, wins the card. The winner is the student with the most cards at the end of the game.
We went for Excursion …. The wheels on the bus go Round and round, Round and round, Round and round, The wheels on the bus go Round and round, All day long. The horn on the bus goes ”Beep, beep, beep, Beep, beep, beep, Beep, beep, beep.” The horn on the bus goes ”Beep, beep, beep.” All day long. The wipers on the bus go “Swish, swish, swish, Swish, swish, swish, Swish, swish, swish.” The wipers on the bus go “Swish, swish, swish” All day long. The baby on the bus goes ”Whaa, whaa, whaa, Whaa, whaa, whaa, Whaa, whaa, whaa.” The baby on the bus goes ”Whaa, whaa, whaa” All day long. The bell on the bus goes “Ding, ding, ding, Ding, ding, ding, Ding, ding, ding.” The bell on the bus goes “Ding, ding, ding.” All day long. The wheels on the bus goRound and round,Round and round,Round and round.The wheels on the bus goRound and roundAll day long.All day long,All day long,All day long.
09:00 – 09:15 – All-camp meeting. 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – Fun Races Competitions. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime(Hunting pirates). 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “We will rock you”. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home.
WE WILL ROCK YOU (QUEENS) Required: Scarf or pieces of clothPlayers: Small to large groups Have each team break off into pairs. If you have adults playing, match each adult with a child. Take one scarf and tie together the inside ankles of the pairs while they stand hip to hip. Mark off a starting line and finish line for the players to race through. The first team to cross the finish line is the winner. You could even plot out a marathon or obstacle course for them to run through. Spoon Water Relay Required: Tablespoons (for adults), large serving spoons (for children) – 1 per team; 1 bucket per team, 1 large can per team (juice can works), water Players: Medium to large groups Divide your players into teams of 6-10. Place a bucket of water at one end of the field and the jar or can about 10 feet away (20 feet for adults). Each team lines up behind the bucket of water. The first person takes the spoon, fills it with water, and empties it into the jar or can. He then runs back to the line and hands the spoon to the next player. The first team to fill their jar or can wins! Team Balloon Relay (Game of the Month 11/06) Required: 10 Balloons per team, roped off area, blindfolds Players: Small to large groups Players are divided into 4 teams with about 6 members each. 4 different colored balloons are used where one color is assigned per team. About 10 balloons for each team are blown up and all balloons (40) are placed in center area mixed about. One player from each team is blindfolded and sent into the center near the balloons from his side of a squared off wider area. On go, the blindfolded members are instructed by their seeing members to collect a balloon. They must choose one balloon of their teams color and return to their line. Another member is blindfolded and sent in to retrieve a balloon. A referee can rearrange the balloons once a member is blindfolded so that the player isn’t using a visual memory and must rely on directions of teammates. The first team to retrieve all of their balloons wins. William Tell Race Required: Apples and play areaPlayers: Small to large groups Divide into teams. Have one person at a time from each team put an apple on their head. They are to walk down the course and back, keeping the apple on their head. The next person does the same; the first team done is the winner.
09:00 – 09:15 – All-camp meeting. 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – project “ Master Chef”. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime(food vocabulary games). 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “Tom’s Diner”. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home.
Project “Master Chef” It was a real fun to cook and then to taste all dishes!!! I am sitting In the morning At the diner On the corner I am waiting At the counter For the man To pour the coffee And he fills it Only halfway And before I even argue He is looking Out the window At somebody Coming in "It is always Nice to see you" Says the man Behind the counter To the woman Who has come in She is shaking It's time to catch the train Her umbrella And I look The other way As they are kissing Their hellos I'm pretending Not to see them And Instead I pour the milk I open Up the paper There's a story Of an actor Who had died While he was drinking He was no one I had heard of And I'm turning To the horoscope And looking For the funnies When I'm feeling Someone watching me And so I raise my head There's a woman On the outside Looking inside Does she see me? No she does not Really see me Cause she sees Her own reflection And I'm trying Not to notice That she's hitching Up her skirt And while she's Straightening her stockings Her hair Is getting wet Oh, this rain It will continue Through the morning As I'm listening To the bells Of the cathedral I am thinking Of your voice And of the midnight picnic Once upon a time Before the rain began I finish up my coffee Cooking Verbs Game This worthwhile activity is perfect for teaching or reviewing food vocabulary and cooking verbs. Each pair of students is given a copy of the worksheet. Working together, students write down all the food words they can think of that match with different cooking methods, e.g. fry, grill, bake, roast, etc. They get ten minutes to write as many words as they can. After that, they exchange their worksheets with another pair for marking. Each pair receives one point for each correctly formed and spelt food word. The pair with the most correct answers wins the game. Eating Habits In this pairwork speaking activity, students ask and answer questions about food and cooking. The questionnaire covers detailed questions and vocabulary about diet, meals and tastes. The students are divided into pairs. They take it in turns to ask and answer the questions on their worksheet, noting down their partner's answers next to each question. Afterwards, there is a class feedback session to find out the most interesting findings, e.g. who has the healthiest diet, etc.
Summer 2017 THE 7TH DAY: GOOD BYE! 09:00 – 09:15 – All-camp meeting. 09:10 – 09:30- Morning exercises. Camp ice-breakers and warm-ups. 09:30– 10:30 – project “ Why I like my summer camp”. 10:30 – 10:45 - Coffee break. 10:45 – 11:30 – playtime. 11:30 – 10:55 – singing the song “Hello goodbye song” by Beatles. 11:55 – 12:00 – conclusion. Home.