Your co-teachers right about now are asking you what you are going to do for your English lessons during winter camps, and they want a full schedule of what you’re going to do by tomorrow. Overwhelmed? Don’t be. I’ll give you mine. Here you’ll get the schedule to print out and give to your teacher, as well as all of the handouts and powerpoints. A note about how to use them, though:

1) The last few days are full of different games. I have loaded a few to fill the time, but you can change that up however you want. Most of the games are available through this page, though some are not.

2) PC users take note: everything here is originally made on a Mac. I have converted it all over to Powerpoint format, but it might not look as pretty, or might even look jumbled. If the latter is the case, then you can probably find how it’s supposed to look with each game’s preview video, found on this page as well. The handouts have been saved as Word files if you want to tweak them, or PDFs if you don’t

3) You can pretty much use this as just a complete package of games, and modify them for the next school year, if you’d like. This package is also good for Summer, which is why you’ll see some of the games with a Summer heading.

Read the Schedule Download for Mac or PC.

If you do decide to use it, please let us know how it works! Oh, and if you really liked this lesson, and it totally made your job and life easier, then – by all means – feel free to click this button here:

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  1. Hello!
    Thank you so much for this! Is it still available? I can’t seem to open anything!

  2. Yeah I would love to use this package, but I can’t find it ANYWHERE. I could really use help if anyone still has it all for download and could repost somewhere please!!!!!

  3. I thought youtube removed these? Maybe they need to edit and repostso it is youtube friendly? If its not working here and youtube has it, then just go to youtube and type the name in. =P

  4. i was curious if its not to much trouble could you please re-upload/connect the files you had linked here because its not working anymore. -.-‘ i may just be super slow and just clicked wrong. that is always a possibility. lol

  5. I was trying to download your camp material again, but keep getting error message. Something is wrong for the downloading link. Could you fix it?

  6. I know you’re busy, but please help us access these. Pretty please???

  7. Damn! I thought the description was in there. Sorry about that! Anyhow, to play Kaboom, you pretty much have four teams or so. One person from Team A walks up to grab a piece of paper from your bag. On the paper is a question. If they can answer it correctly without their team's help, they get a point. If they make a mistake, team B can steal the point. First team to 10 points wins.

    If the student gets a piece of paper that says KABOOM, then they can erase another team's points entirely, even if that team was at 9 points. Yeah! Awesome :D

  8. Do you have iWork for Mac? The Mac files are for iWork. PC files are for Office.

  9. Do you have to have iWork to open these?

  10. Sweet! Hope it works out for you :D

  11. Oh, also is there an actual lesson plan? Materials are fantastic but some of them aren't completely self explanatory (like Greetings Kaboom).

  12. My co-teacher asked for a schedule and wants it "IMMEDIATELY" — but she mentioned to me my camp will be 4 classes a day for 10 days. This looks like it is designed for 2 classes, or ~2 hours a day… correct?

    • Yes, this is two classes a day, for two hours a day. Every "hour," though is just one class, which is 45 minutes. So, technically, it's an hour and a half for each day.

      Also, will you be teaching the same group for 4 classes? I had the same deal, except I had a different group for half of the classes, so this was able to work out fine.

  13. My school wants a 10-lesson plan by Monday. Eatyourkimchi is saving my life right now. Thanks!

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