Materials




Sample Material 1 (Theme Song)



Jimmy Cliff
I Can See Clearly Now

I can see clearly now the rain is gone
I can see all obstacles in my way
Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind
It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day
It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day

Oh yes, I can make it now the pain is gone
All of the bad feelings have disappeared
Here is the rainbow I've been praying for
It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day

Look all around, there's nothing but blue skies
Look straight ahead, there's nothing but blue skies

I can see clearly now the rain is gone
I can see all obstacles in my way
Here's the rainbow I've been praying for
It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day
It's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day
Real, real, real, real bright, bright sunshinin' day
Yeah, hey, it's gonna be a bright, bright sunshinin' day



video



The above lyrics and video is the theme song for the camp. The rationale for having a theme song is to make the learners become excited every time we started an activity. We also choose this video because it shows what the lyrics mean. For example, when the lyric goes "I can see all obstacles in my way", the video show a picture of a man standing in front of a mountain where it literally shows that the obstacles are something that comes in our way. By having the lyrics and the video shown together to the learners, they can easily understand the words and what it means. 







Sample Material 2 (Word Race)

This is one of the interactive activities that we provide in the syllabus. In this Word Race, the learners need to involve in an activity that is similar to an adventure race. They have to complete seven checkpoints in this race. They will be divided into groups and they will have to complete all the checkpoints in the given time. They will have to move and work in groups. From the first checkpoint to the seventh one, they will have to complete different language tasks. This race is designed to promote them with critical thinking skills. the marks will be given according to the assessment given to them at every checkpoints. Below is the Word Race assessment for the learners:



WORD RACE

Objectives: (1)  Familiarizing learners with simple English vocabularies.

(2)         Understanding and responding to instructions.

(3)         Conversing using simple English sentences.

(4)         Completing tasks within timeframe given.

(5)         Working in a team.



Duration:     2 hours

Materials needed:  1)       Mahjong papers
2)           Manila cards
3)           A4 papers
4)           Marker pens
5)           Pens
6)           Double-sided tapes
7)           Radio (cd player)
8)           Blue tag
9)           Old magazines
10)         A packet of sugar, salt, coffee, a bottle of tomato sauce
11)          Shoe boxes


Methods of instruction:

There will be seven (7) check-points whereby the learners have to complete tasks being assigned at each check-point.
Marks will be given by the judges based on the completion of tasks given.


Check-points:
(1)          COMPLETING RECIPE
Learners will be provided with an uncompleted recipe. They will then complete the recipe with the given time frame.

(2)         TASTE & GUESS
Learners will be blind folded. They will have to taste 5 kitchen ingredients and they will have to guess the items they have tested.

(3)         1,2,3 ACTION!
Learners will be given a set of card with action verbs written on it. One of them should be the actor and act as the given verb on the card. The rest of the group members will guess the action.

(4)         WORD, PICTURE MATCHING
Learners will be given a set of cards with unmatched word. They will have to complete matching all the pictures with the word.

(5)         GAPS FILLING
Learners will be listening to a song. They will be given an uncompleted lyric. They will listen to the song and they have to fill in the gaps in the song lyric.

(6)         FAMILY TREE
Learners have to fill in the emptied family trees with pictures and the person’s title in the family.

(7)         WRITE THE NUMBERS
Learners will write down the spelling of the numbers given in an envelope. 




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