Running Man (Prepositions) Camp

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  • #3973

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    Just finished a 5-day, 4-hr. camp with 3rd-6th graders in my main school. We divided the classes into 3rd graders by themselves, and 4th – 6th graders together. These materials are for the 4th – 6th graders. I’ll make a separate topic for the 3rd graders.

    DISCLAIMER: I got the ideas and materials from EFREKLR on Korshare. Here’s the link to the webpage: http://korshare.org/index.php?showtopic=476
    I just adapted the lessons and activities to my students’ levels (mostly low; hence why I’ve added the “_Easier” tag to these files).

    I’ll add the (original creator’s) lesson plan and the adapted Workbook files.

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    Day 1 Files:

    – Day 1 ppt

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    Day 2 Files:

    – Day 2 ppt
    – Sleeping Elephants review of vocabulary introduced the previous day.
    – Matching (3 sets of cards: picture, English words, & Korean words for an extra challenge that’s not too challenging)
    – Balloon Sentence words (Change at will)

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    Day 3 Files:

    – Day 3 ppt
    – Finding Errors (Bets) game to review prepositions
    – Do As I Say sentences
    – Party Hat sentences
    – Running Man Golden Bell

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    Day 4 Files:

    – Day 4 ppt
    – Draw Down the Lane words
    For this game, we put the students in a line, giving all but the last a whiteboard, marker, & whiteboard eraser. The first student faces the front, whereas all the others face the back. The first person sees the word and draws it in 10 seconds. Then, the first person will tap the second person’s shoulder, signaling that student to turn around and look at the first student’s drawing, copy it, tap the third student’s shoulder, and repeat until they come to the last student. The final student has to guess what the object is. You can choose how many guesses the students can make.

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    Day 5 Files:

    – Day 5 ppt
    – Running Words (We just hand wrote them on sheets of paper. On one sheet of paper, there would be a word for each team. All the student needs to do is to tear off his/her team’s word. They can tell by the color. Similar to those paper advertisements that have lots of slips with a phone number or something: that idea).
    – Janken Chase Review game (we didn’t have time to play this, but it seems like it would’ve been an enjoyable activity. I got the idea (and template) from ETA (English Teacher Advice) on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mg1fitOf73s).
    – Murder Handshake (also didn’t have time to play this game. Maybe you will?)

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