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Young language learners in summer camps

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Viktoria Smelianska & Svetlana Shevchenko's presentation at the Foreign Language Summer Camps Workshop as a part of the English Language Retreat/GoGlobal Initiative Project

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Young language learners in summer camps

  1. 1. What to do with young English learners in language camps? Victoria Smelianska & Svetlana Shevchenko Nizhyn State University 2016
  2. 2. Bibliography  Шевченко С.І. Методика навчання англійської мови у початковій школі: навч. посібник / Шевченко С.І. – Ніжин : Вид-во НДУ ім. М.Гоголя, 2010. – С. 77 – 92.  Гальскова Н.Д. Теория и практика обучения иностранным языкам. Начальная школа: методическое пособие / Гальскова Н.Д., Никитенко З.Н. – М. : Айрис-Пресс, 2004. – С. 131–132, 178.  Федусенко Ю.Л. Навчально-ігрова діяльність на уроках іноземної мови у початкові школі / В.Г. Редько, Ю.Л. Федусенко, Н.В. Теличко. – Мукачево: Карпатська вежа, 2009 – 108 с.
  3. 3.  Близнюк О.I. Ігри у навчанні іноземних мов: Посібник для вчителів / О.I. Близнюк, Л.С. Панова. – К. : Освіта, 1997. – 64 с.  Іць С. В. Використання медіаосвітніх ігор для формування медіаосвітньої компетентності учнів початкової школи / С. В. Іць // Перспективи раннього навчання іноземних мов в Україні та за кордоном : монографія / за ред. І. В. Самойлюкевич. – Житомир : Вид-во ЖДУ ім. І. Франка, 2012. – С. 213–236.  Играем на уроках английского языка в начальной школе : пособие для учителей общеобразовательных учреждений / сост. С.С. Яцкова. – Мозырь : Белый Ветер, 2009. – 59 с.
  4. 4.  Curtain H. Languages and Children: Making the Match, New Languages for Young Learners, Grades K-8 (4th Edition) / Helena I. Curtain, Carol Ann Pesola Dahlberg. – Boston : Pearson, 2010. – P. 364−406.  McKay P. Five-minutes activities for young learners / McKay Penny, Guse Jenni. – Cambridge University Press, 2007. – 155 c.  Nixon C. Primary activity box. Games and activities for young learners / Nixon Caroline, Tomlinson Michael. – Cambridge University Press, 2001. – 128 c.  Nixon C. Primary Communication Box. Reading activities and puzzles for younger learners / Caroline Nixon, Michael Tomlinson. – Cambridge University Press, 2005. – 144 c.
  5. 5.  Interactive Grammar games for young learners [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу : http://englishtips.org/1150798831-interactive- grammar-games-for-young.html  British Council Games & Activities for Young Learners of English [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу : http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/kids- games  Genki English, ESL games, songs and ideas to turn ESL lessons into super lessons [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу : http://www.genkienglish.net/  Free English resourses online [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу : http://www.funenglishgames.com/
  6. 6.  ESL Games [Електронний ресурс]. – Режим доступу : http://www.eslgamesplus.com  https://elt.oup.com/parents/resources/oxfordpare nts/?cc=ua&selLanguage=uk&mode=hub  https://www.macmillanyounglearners.com/  http://www.onestopenglish.com/clil/young- learners/  http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learning- english/parents-and-children/activities-for- children/sing-and-learn  http://www.cambridgeenglishteacher.org/search/a pachesolr_search/young%20learners?boundary=all  http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/cmp/english- for-children/
  7. 7.  http://www.pearson.com.ua/summer-camps.html  http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/?utm _source=lekids&utm_medium=header- tab&utm_campaign=learnenglish-kids  Teaching English through Games https://elt427ciu.wikispaces.com/Resources+for+Y our+Porject  http://edition.tefl.net/ideas/fillers- warmers/warmers-and-fillers/  http://mon.gov.ua/activity/education/zagalna- serednya/2016-%E2%80%93-rik-anglijskoyi- movi-v-ukrayini/litni-movni-tabori/
  8. 8.  http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/tongue- twisters/kitten-the-kitchen  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kGKYSi35zQ  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1HYk-LQAXI  Teaching Jazz Chants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_nPUuPryCs  The Peanut Butter & Jelly Song  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itobpaEVuEs  Clap your hands  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- oXwHLmgmjQ&list=RD-oXwHLmgmjQ#t=8  http://www.cambridge.org/grammarandbeyond/grammar- practice-activities/2014/04/1-running-dictation-activity-to- engage-students-in-reading-writing-listening-and-speaking  https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/running- dictation  http://shkola.ostriv.in.ua/publication/code- 1CD944BD4D3C0/list-B407A47B26
  9. 9. not exercise-based BUT ACTIVITY-BASED
  10. 10. Children don’t learn a language for future use They learn the language to be used immediately
  11. 11. Warming up activities  are very important at the start of the lesson for the following purposes:  to set the tone of the lesson.  to get students to begin thinking and focusing on English.  to provide a transition into the topic.
  12. 12. True False/ Stand Up Sit Down activity  Stand up for “true” (or stay standing up if the previous sentence was true too) and sit down (or stay sitting down) for false.  http://edition.tefl.net/ideas/fillers- warmers/warmers-and-fillers/
  13. 13. Tongue twisters  http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/ en/tongue-twisters
  14. 14. Tongue twister activity  Kitty caught the kitten in the kitchen.  http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/tongue- twisters/kitten-the-kitchen  Repeat the words after me.  Repeat the sentence after me:  In a normal tempo  In a whisper  Louder than usual  Whisper – loudly  Loudly – whisper  Slowly – quickly  Quickly – slowly  Quickly 3 times
  15. 15. Alphabet songs  Oxford. Everybody up. The Alphabet (sing along)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kGKYSi3 5zQ  Best Alphabet song from HooplaKids  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1HYk- LQAXI
  16. 16. Read my back
  17. 17. Знайди свою маму  Мета гри: потренуватись у вживанні структури Present Simple: “Do you live in …?” “Yes, I do.” “Do you like…?” “No, I don’t.” “I live in…” “I like…” “Are you …?” “Yes, I am.”, повторити назви тварин, їжі для них та місця їхнього проживання.  Зміст гри: кожен учень одержує картку, на якій вказані назва тварини, місце її проживання та улюблена їжа. Клас ділиться на дві групи. Одна група – діти, друга – їхні батьки. Дитина повинна знайти свою маму/ тата, ставлячи їм запитання “Do you live in …?” “Do you like…?” “Are you a…?” Діти, які знайшли своїх батьків, сідають на свої місця. Потім вони у парі розповідають класу, де вони живуть і що їдять, а клас повинен відгадати цих тварин.
  18. 18.  in India meat a tiger in India meat a tiger cub
  19. 19. Model  P1: Do you live … ?  P2: Yes, I do. I live … ./ No, I don’t. I don’t live … . I live …  P1: Do you like … ?  P2: Yes, I do. I like… ./ No, I don’t. I don’t like … . I like … .  P1: Are you … ?  P2: Yes, I am. I am … . / No, I am not. I am not … . I am … .
  20. 20. Model  P1, P2: We live … . We like … .  P3: Are you …?  P1, P2: Yes, we are. We are …/ No, we aren’t. We aren’t … .
  21. 21. Carolyn Graham, Jazz Chants creator  Teaching Jazz Chants  https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=R_nPUuPryCs  Vocabulary Chant, Grammar Chant, Song  https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=D4MTyK_H2fs  Name Chants K-E-I-K- O  https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=YZj-AA0XKs4  Creating your own vocabulary chants for the English classroom  https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=U5bIXaKxcv s  Chants' The Weather and Days of the Week  https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=RsD8yh3IPZ k
  22. 22. Vocabulary chants RU-LER – E-RA-SER – CHAIR 2 syllable – 3 syllable – 1 syllable word RU-LER – E-RA-SER – CHAIR -X RU-LER – E-RA-SER – CHAIR -X RU-LER – E-RA-SER RU-LER – E-RA-SER RU-LER – E-RA-SER – CHAIR -X
  23. 23. Vocabulary chants  2 syllable – 3 syllable – 1 syllable word  LANGUAGE - ? – CAMP  ENGLISH - ? - ?
  24. 24. Jazz Chant  A: - I found a cow.  B: - How?  A: - I found a cow.  B: - How?  A: - I found a bear.  B: - Where?  A: - I found a bear.  B: - Where?  A: - I found a hen.  B: - When?  A: - I found a hen.  B: - When?  A: - I found a cow. I found a bear. I found a hen.  B: - When?  A: - I found a hen. I found a cow. I found a bear.  B: - Where?  A: - I found a bear. I found a hen. I found a cow.  B: - How?  A: - I found a bear. I found a hen. I found a cow.  B: - Wow!
  25. 25. Chants  The stages you can go through when you learn a chant 1. Listen and choose the pictures of the animals you hear. 2. Listen and beat up the rhythm. 3. Listen to me and read the line of B. 4. Listen to me and read the line of A. Ready! Steady! Go! 5. Read the chants in pairs. 6. Team 1: say what you found. Team 2: respond. Change your roles. 7. Take a picture and say what you found. Group: respond. (a hare, a pear, a bear, a pen, can, a fan, a pan, a hen, a cow…).
  26. 26. Ideas for Teaching English to Young Learners with Joan Kang Shin  The Peanut Butter & Jelly Song  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itobpaEVuEs  The Sushi song  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RppHJvyOfU  The weather song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQCt_tDh3s4  The days of the week song  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG91cq4B9F4
  27. 27. The stages you can go through when you learn a rhyme (fingerplay, action chant) 1. Copy the actions. (Copy me.) 2. Join in with some words. (Copy me and say these words: ...) 3. Join in with all the words. (Let's do it together.) 4. Do it alone. (Now you do it.) 5. You may add your own lines.
  28. 28. Fingerplays  Clap your hands  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- oXwHLmgmjQ&list=RD-oXwHLmgmjQ#t=8  Here are Grandma’s glasses  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMISllx_ 4k  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- Xjf9H8tOHA
  29. 29. Oxford parents  https://elt.oup.com/parents/resources/oxford parents/?cc=ua&selLanguage=uk&mode=hub  Action Rhymes: Jump! Clap! action chant  https://elt.oup.com/parents-hubs- resources/rhymes_action_games?cc=ua&selLan guage=uk&mode=hub
  30. 30. Running Dictation Activity  A running dictation  is a classic ESL game because it’s fun  gets students out of their seats and engages reading, writing, listening and speaking skills  can be used in a variety of contexts!  http://www.learnenglish.de/teachers /rundictation.html  http://edition.tefl.net/ideas/games/r unning-dictations-in-efl
  31. 31.  Set-up: Prepare a short text (3-5 sentences). Print a copy in a 16-point font for easy reading. Place the text at the front of the room. Playing outside, post the texts on a fence or a wall and create an obstacle course for the runners. It remains there throughout the activity. (For larger classes, you may need 3-5 copies placed around the room.)  Groups: Students can work in pairs or threes. One person is the designated writer. The other partner is the runner. They can only read and speak. (If you have groups of three, the two non-writers take turns being the runner.)  Action: When time starts, one runner from each group “runs” to the front and memorizes as much text as possible. Require the runners to move in a certain way (e.g.: hop on one foot, gallop, walk backwards, etc.). He or she then returns to the writer and reports what was read. The writer writes. This continues until the text is complete.  Rules: The students should try to reproduce the text exactly – including correct spelling and punctuation. The first group to finish with a correct text is the winner.
  32. 32.  https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/?utm_so urce=lekids&utm_medium=header- tab&utm_campaign=learnenglish-kids
  33. 33. Macmillan  https://www.macmillanyounglearners.com/  http://www.onestopenglish.com/clil/young- learners/  Activities with Macmillan’s Young Learner Globe: Learning names https://www.macmillanyounglearners.com/mic rosites_files/default/Globe_Activities_1.pdf
  34. 34. Cambridge English. Activities for children  http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learning- english/parents-and-children/activities-for- children  http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learning- english/parents-and-children/activities-for- children/pre-a1-level/sing-and-learn-at-the-zoo
  35. 35. Міністерство освіти і науки України  Головна Діяльність Освіта Загальна середня 2016 – Рік англійської мови в Україні Літні мовні табори Практичні матеріали  http://mon.gov.ua/activity/education/zagalna- serednya/2016-%E2%80%93-rik-anglijskoyi-movi- v-ukrayini/litni-movni-tabori/praktichni-materiali/  Експрес Паблішинг  Корпус миру  ABC-center  Cambridge English  International House  MM Publications  Pearson - Dinternal
  36. 36.  Cambridge English. Summer Language Camp Ukraine Activity Pack Primary  http://mon.gov.ua/activity/education/zagalna- serednya/2016-%E2%80%93-rik-anglijskoyi- movi-v-ukrayini/litni-movni-tabori/praktichni- materiali/cambridge-english.html  International House. Games for the language camp  MM Publications. Primary school  http://mon.gov.ua/activity/education/zagalna- serednya/2016-%E2%80%93-rik-anglijskoyi- movi-v-ukrayini/litni-movni-tabori/praktichni- materiali/mm-publications.html
  37. 37. Pearson. Summer camps. Projects  http://www.pearson.com.ua/summer- camps.html  Our Food (Початковий рівень А1-А2, 2-4 класи)  Wild Life (Початковий рівень А1, 2-4 класи)  Festivals in Great Britain and Ukraine (Початковий рівень А1, 2-4 класи)
  38. 38. What is/ will be your students’ favourite activity
  39. 39. We value your feedback  Take a few minutes to look through your handouts  Please complete the reflection questions
  40. 40. Thank you for coming, sharing, and participating!

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