Friday, January 13, 2012

Samcheon Winter Camp 2011

For Melissa Harrington, this years Winter Camp was professionally encouraging. Nearing the end of the MAED program she began in October of 2010, Melissa was able to see a number of things she'd learned over the course of the year take shape and create a positive learning environment for students, not to mention having a phenomenal group of 5th and 6th graders.

Highlights from Samcheon Winter Camp 2011:

  • Hidden Talents (splits and yo-yo tricks)

  • Daily tasks undertaken with committment (vocabulary rating and dictionary making)

  • Our friend 'Joe'

  • Laughing snails, crying bears, jumping rabbits, kicking dogs and so much more

  • Mixed-up People (students who are tall like giraffes, can sing like IU, and are scary like dragons)

  • Making Kimbap

  • Guest Appearances

  • Watching Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

  • Writing Role-plays

  • Playing Woosh Ball

  • Being given a Korean name: 김맬리사 (Kim Melissa)

  • Playing Evolution Tag

  • Practing Role-plays

  • Wearing a chicken apron

  • Making and Eating Hamburgers (being hand-fed Hamburger)

  • Watching How to Train a Dragon

  • Performing Role-plays

  • Writing and Creating Stories
Want to see for yourself how wonderful English Winter Camp 2011 at Samcheon was? Let the video and photos speak for themselves.







My FAVORITE thing out of camp ever!

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