Experiencing & discovering the Olympic Games: Special PyeongChang 2018

Experiencing & discovering the Olympic Games: Special PyeongChang 2018

This educational kit contains information on PyeongChang 2018, the 23rd Olympic Winter Games and their host country, South Korea. It suggests a number of classroom activities for pupils aged between 6 and 15. Thirty years after hosting the Summer Games in its capital city, Seoul, the Republic of Korea will welcome the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 2018 to the city of PyeongChang. Hosting this global event places South Korea in the media spotlight, and brings it to the attention of the public worldwide. As host of an event with universal resonance and international scope, Korea is drawing upon its rich culture to present itself to the world. The “Experiencing & discovering the Olympic Games: Special PyeongChang 2018” kit includes: • Essential information about the 23rd Olympic Winter Games; • An introduction to Korean culture as it affects the Games; • Classroom activities for pupils aged 6 to 11 and 12 to 15. The purpose of this kit is to show how the Olympic values and the culture of the host country have been incorporated into the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. The themes are designed to link with educational curricula in a variety of ways, and awaken students’ curiosity, while familiarising them with the Olympic Games. Enjoy learning about PyeongChang 2018!
TOMschools
James and the Giant Peach  board game, art and cooking activities KS2 summer camp EFL TEFL

James and the Giant Peach board game, art and cooking activities KS2 summer camp EFL TEFL

Day 2 of my Roald Dahl themed Summer Camp (originally for Korean EFL students) Includes: * A short summary of the story- using images from the film and Quentin Blake illustrations * A board game and counters that I made (the same rules as 'snakes and ladders') *Team activity 'Egg Drop' where students must construct a contraption using art supplies to protect their egg when it is dropped from a window. *Instructions to make decorative peach ornaments out of string, paint, balloons and PVA glue (original idea found on pinterest) *Links to recipes for making cookies, peach trifle, ladybird cracker snacks and peach pancakes. *Wordsearch and colouring worksheet. Day 1 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' activities and worksheets are available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/charlie-and-the-chocolate-factory-summer-camp-worksheets-cooking-and-fun-activities-ks2-efl-tefl-11818679?theme=1
lofford1
NORTH KOREA Facts

NORTH KOREA Facts

North Korea fact sheets. Printable sheets that provide background information for students of all ages. Suitable as a supporting handout for class discussions about North Korea, the news and world politics in general.
StartEducation
Korean assessment [Countries topic] for beginners

Korean assessment [Countries topic] for beginners

Printable CHINESE worksheets and activities for teachers, tutors, parents, homeschoolers or/and students. Our worksheets help your class / students explore many practice skills and topics. NOTE: This is a DIGITAL PRODUCT DOWNLOAD, not physical. This set of worksheets is easy to print: — 1 PDF file containing 5 color pages Watermark will not appear in purchased file. Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
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Korean assessment [qustions topic (who, where, what)]

Korean assessment [qustions topic (who, where, what)]

Printable KOREAN worksheets and activities for teachers, tutors, parents, homeschoolers or/and students. Our worksheets help your class / students explore many practice skills and topics. NOTE: This is a DIGITAL PRODUCT DOWNLOAD, not physical. This set of worksheets is easy to print: — 1 PDF file containing 3 color pages Watermark will not appear in purchased file. Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
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Korean assessment Profession Topic

Korean assessment Profession Topic

Printable Korean worksheets and activities for teachers, tutors, parents, homeschoolers or/and students. Our worksheets help your class / students explore many practice skills and topics. NOTE: This is a DIGITAL PRODUCT DOWNLOAD, not physical. This set of worksheets is easy to print: — 1 PDF file containing 3 color pages [CLASSIC LETTER SIZE ] Watermark will not appear in purchased file. Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
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Language Flashcards: Key greetings from 26 languages.

Language Flashcards: Key greetings from 26 languages.

This set of language flashcards explores key greetings in the 26 most commonly spoken languages in the world. The greetings that they teach are: Hello Goodbye Thank you Please Sorry Yes No Including on the flashcards are flags of countries where each language is spoken and facts about that language. The languages are: English Spanish Portuguese German French Mandarin Hindi Bengali Punjabi Urdu Persian Marathi Vietnamese Cantonese Korean Malay Swahili Japanese Javanese Russian Tamil Turkish Arabic Italian Hausa Telugu There are many uses for this with your students. My students enjoy taking a card each week and answering the register with a greeting in their chosen tongue. They could also be used as a class 'language of the week'; as a multi-cultural display; or as part of a geography project. I hope you find them helpful!
Richardtownend1978
Airport travel role play EFL KS2 whole lesson, flashcards, activity worksheets and check-in dialogue

Airport travel role play EFL KS2 whole lesson, flashcards, activity worksheets and check-in dialogue

Suitable for EFL, TEFL and KS2 students. The powerpoint has Korean/English translations but can be adapted easily. The lesson focuses on the dialogue/role-play between a passenger and an attendant: *showing a passport, *asking for a window seat * receiving a boarding pass The worksheets include: *Vocabulary list and cutting/sticking/matching activity *Create your own passport and holiday photo *Short comprehension questions *Colour in the travel stamps
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Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

This was originally taught to Korean Middle School EFL students for a fun art and craft/cooking camp however it is written entirely in English. The aim of this summer camp is for the students to have fun and to learn about different countries and cultures around the world. Each day will focus on a different country and we will learn some facts, look at famous places, food and do an art and craft activity associated with the country. At the start of each day students will guess the country. When I reveal the flag they must copy it onto their ‘passport’ sheet. If students behave well or win a task they receive a sticker on their passport. The student with the most stickers at the end of the camp will win a prize. Day 1: Introduce the summer camp and different monuments and buildings around the world. Today focuses on lots of games and team building activities so that everyone gets to know each other.  Activity 1: Icebreaker Students are given a ‘passport worksheet where they write their name, age, favorite food, favorite place in Korea and three places they would like to visit in the future. They should complete this quite quickly 5-10 minutes. When everyone has finished I pass the ball and when they catch it the student must say something about themselves and introduce themselves to the rest of the class.  Team game (1): Guess where it is from Students look at the famous buildings/monuments from around the world. In teams they must guess which country they think it is from. The team with the most correct will win travel stickers in their passport.  Team game (2): Build a tower In teams students have 30minutes to build a monument/tower using only dried spaghetti, peppero sticks and marshmallows. They have to work together as a team and at the end they can win points based on how tall, how wide and how unique their building is. The winning team gains stickers for their passport.  Lunch Students are given cooked sausage, cucumbers, crackers and cube cheese. Individually on their plate they have to cut slices and try to build the tallest tower. The person with the tallest ‘tower’ wins a sticker for their passport. They can then eat these and the snacks from earlier for lunch.  Team game (3): Jenga race In teams students take it in turns to race forwards and take a block out of the jenga tower. They must then run back to their team and try to build another structure. The team with the tallest structure at the end (whose original building hasn’t fallen over!) are the winners and gain stickers for their passports.  Art and Crafts Using clay, students must make a small keyring or magnet in the shape of a famous building or monument from the lesson. Seoul Tower, Eiffel Tower, Pyramid, Big Ben etc.
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