Additional activities 2010- 2011

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The English version of the slides presented to the parents during the end-of-year show on 28 May.

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  • Additional activities 2010- 2011

    1. 1. Additional classroom activities 2010-2011 Maria Markaki- Markoulaki School of Foreign LanguagesWeb: m a rk a k i-st uden ts .blo gs p o t.com
    2. 2. Pre- Junior Oral speech only,using songs, stories,fairy tales, arts and crafts and videos. markaki-students.blogspot.com/search/label/Pre-junior
    3. 3. A’ - B’ JuniorFind out more here: A Junior and B Junior.
    4. 4. Emails to French studentsEmails were exchanged between our students(attending B Junior, A Class and B Class) andAniella Lebeaus ones (read more about it). Mystudents and I are all so grateful to have been ableto engage in this type of communication! Theemails sent included exchanging culturalinformation and sharing amusing languageactivities, such as tongue twisters.Find samples of the exchange here: E-pals project
    5. 5. Card, puppetand other games to activate all senses when learning
    6. 6. Computer gamesMostly using links or doing activities on the school’s blogs.
    7. 7. Watching video, too!
    8. 8. Creative projectsThe students’ drawings accompanied their texts.
    9. 9. Projection room time!
    10. 10. Library time!B’ Junior studentsread their first longerstory: ‘Mary and herbasket’. Then, theydrew and describedtheir favourite scene.
    11. 11. Christmas, Carnival and Easter celebrations!
    12. 12. Reading fairy talesThe Greek bloggers and ourfriends Stefania Veldemiri andCostas Stoforos sent us the fairytales they wrote, as a gift, so asto excite our students’imagination. Since thediscussions about them were inGreek, self-expression wasenabled through the students’native language, which willform the basis of a more solidfuture expression in the foreignlanguage, too.See the video of the childrentalking about their favouritescenes (in Greek).
    13. 13. B’ Junior Podcasts The students turn into sailors and captains to practise the Past Simple! Little George is reading his favourite story.Click here to find more podcasts from our classes: markaki-podcasts.tumblr.com
    14. 14. A’ ClassFind out more here: A Class
    15. 15. Emails to French studentsEmails were exchanged between our students(attending B Junior, A Class and B Class) andAniella Lebeaus ones (read more about it). Mystudents and I are all so grateful to have been ableto engage in this type of communication! Theemails sent included exchanging culturalinformation and sharing amusing languageactivities, such as tongue twisters.Find samples of the exchange here: E-pals project
    16. 16. Blog where all spy projects are collected markaki-topsecret.blogspot.com
    17. 17. Jack and the Beanstalk The story we read in the projection room.
    18. 18. Scary story competition!Our school conducted ascary-story competitionamong the students of A’class up to E’ Class tocelebrate the Halloween.The winners were awardedwith a spooky certificateand a huge chocolate bar!See the winners’ projects.See all Halloween projects.
    19. 19. B’- C’ Class Click here:B Class, C Class
    20. 20. Emails to French studentsEmails were exchanged between our students(attending B Junior, A Class and B Class) andAniella Lebeaus ones (read more about it). Mystudents and I are all so grateful to have been ableto engage in this type of communication! Theemails sent included exchanging culturalinformation and sharing amusing languageactivities, such as tongue twisters.Find samples of the exchange here: E-pals project
    21. 21. Blog where all spy projects are collected markaki-topsecret.blogspot.com
    22. 22. Skype talk with Patricia Johnston
    23. 23. Online activities, like LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD: ONLINE ACTIVITY FOR B CLASS
    24. 24. Scary story competition!Our school conducted a scary-story competition among thestudents of A’ class up to E’Class to celebrate theHalloween.The winners were awarded witha spooky certificate and a hugechocolate bar!See the winners’ projects.See all Halloween projects.
    25. 25. Read-aloud activitiesOur first read-aloud activity: sittingin a circle, students listened to theteacher read a Sherlock Holmesstory (as real secret agents!) andanswered comprehensionquestions, made predictions andgave their advice to Sherlock!The same happened with B’ Classstudents and a story called ‘ThePicture’ which they loved.Find some book projects here.
    26. 26. The Greek Carnival
    27. 27. D’- E’ Class Click here:D Class, E Class
    28. 28. Phrasebooks
    29. 29. Poetry Day
    30. 30. Read-aloud activities Seated in a circle we read White Fang and Oliver Twist
    31. 31. Computer room time!
    32. 32. The E’ Class students’ blogwhich serves as an e-portfolio markaki-eclass.blogspot.com
    33. 33. Scary glog/ movie competitionOur school conducted a scary-story competition among thestudents of A’ class up to E’ Classto celebrate the Halloween. Olderstudents had the difficult task ofcreating a glog or a movie andembedding it on the school’s blog.The winners were awarded with aspooky certificate and a hugechocolate bar!See these Internet activities.See all Halloween projects.
    34. 34. Find our other pages!Links to all theschool’s pages canbe found on thiscolourful glog!Have a nice summer, everyone!

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