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Title: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: mtnbk13 on July 28, 2010, 09:26:51 am
I put together some rough worksheets for the pixar film Wall-e.  The movie is great for the kids as there isn't too much dialogue.  It is split into 6 lessons with a 15 min portion of the film in each.  The lessons last close to 45 min.  Works ok for a beginner class, but it was a real hit with my intermediate class.
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: adamwatch on August 02, 2010, 02:42:14 pm
Can you post the worksheets that go with this movie please.
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Post by: mtnbk13 on August 09, 2010, 10:03:32 am
If you open the attached files the worksheets are on the second page.
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Post by: mrsamandab on November 10, 2010, 12:42:20 pm
I LOVE this lesson plan!  I'm definitely using it for my camp!  Thanks for sharing!  ;D
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Post by: abipawlowski on November 22, 2010, 03:02:06 pm
This looks great!
What did you do with the questions they wrote - and what kind of thing did they write?
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Post by: LivvyVines on November 22, 2010, 03:21:31 pm
What grade did you do this camp for?
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Post by: carlita on November 22, 2010, 04:07:29 pm
Where could I find the movie??  looks like a great lesson
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Post by: LiPo on December 16, 2010, 08:34:34 pm
has anyone found this movie online anywhere with Korean subtitles?
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Post by: be the ball on December 16, 2010, 09:59:08 pm
rent it at your local video store, so much easier than dealing with streaming it or playing it with synced subtitles from a laptop. picture quality better too
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Post by: peanuts72 on December 17, 2010, 07:56:03 am
Hi which grade did you use this lesson for?
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Post by: flowerbuzz on December 17, 2010, 08:23:52 am
i brought a copy of wall e at my local HomePlus for about 10,000 won it had Korean and English subs
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Post by: seoulsister on December 17, 2010, 10:06:59 am
cineast.co.kr is great for korean subs ... on the top (in blue) choose the fourth button and then choose the first one. from there you can search for the movie you want.

here is a list of the subs for Wall-E

http://www.cineast.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=psd_caption&mv_no=&sca=&sfl=wr_subject||wr_subject&stx=Wall-E&sop=and&x=0&y=0 (http://www.cineast.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=psd_caption&mv_no=&sca=&sfl=wr_subject||wr_subject&stx=Wall-E&sop=and&x=0&y=0)
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: CarlySQ on June 28, 2011, 01:48:04 pm
I'm starting to get ready for a multi-level Wall-E summer camp, and I just wanted to go ahead and start posting materials here.
Since they're related, we'll be discussing both robots and recycling when we aren't specifically talking about the movie.
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Post by: eilis2012 on June 21, 2012, 04:14:07 pm
Hi, I'm doing a movie camp this summer. Do you think that Wall-e would be a good movie for 3rd to 5th grade elementary students?
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: aemaier on June 26, 2012, 10:58:19 am
What is your goal for the camp? Using the movie as source material for generating discussion? To expose them to a concept (conservation, planet damage, relationships, communication without language)? I thought about Wall-E but it has very little language in it at all.
Title: Wall-E English Camp
Post by: justclarkkent on August 03, 2012, 12:45:03 pm
I am a big fan of using this movie for English camps.  Like "Castaway" for adult ESL, a large portion of the movie has no dialogue.  This allows the kids to feel like they're watching a real English movie without feeling as overwhelmed by the content and vocabulary.

Wall-E is also great for young and older kids.  You can plan themes each day about making a perfect robot, what life in the future is like, environmental issues and storytime (writing a sequel to the movie).

Attached are my notes for each day of a 5-day camp and my workbook (which has sometimes borrowed material from other teachers).  It's meant to fill about two 40-min sessions.  I usually have three 40-min sessions, so I use the last session for English games (circle drills, English jenga, Marco Polo, etc).

Here's how I recommend breaking down the movie into 4-days:
Day one - play 28.5 min - ending when Wall-E gives Eve the plant and she shuts down.
Day two - play 22.5 min - ending when the captain asks the computer about Earth.
Day three - play 21 min - ending when the ship is taken over and Wall-E/Eve are dumped in the trash.
Day four - play the rest of the movie

Hope this helps!

J
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Post by: jgmenator on August 03, 2012, 01:04:41 pm
That workbook looks great, thanks for sharing!

I might be using this for the winter camp this year. Cheers!  :)
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Post by: mari1968 on August 07, 2012, 11:59:06 pm
This movie might be good for camp movie. Because lots of students tend not to know the movie.  ha ha ha!
anyway thank you.
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Post by: jayrenegade on August 07, 2014, 11:10:40 am
So I've been doing Wall-e along side some other things in my camp. I did some stuff about toys before with my first graders, and at the end of it we made some paper dolls. I thought this would be really fun for the end of Wall-e, but none of the Paper models I could find were simple enough for younger students to make, so I made a model of my own using some of the others as a base.

It has the tracks included, and you really need a knife to cut some of those parts. I plan on pre cutting the hardest parts for my students, but I only have 10 to do so it won't be a big deal for me.

I made another version of the model with the tracks just printed on the sides for anyone that wants to do this but doesn't want to let there students loose with knives.

I will do this with 3rd and 4th grade elementary.
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: itsannayo on January 06, 2015, 03:00:21 pm
Hello,

I found the Korean Sub for this movie. The person who made the sub didn't translate the song lyrics. Although it doesn't have much dialogue... I'm not too sure if it's correct, might have to run it through with your Co-Teacher first or if you know how to edit the file then go ahead and fix it.

Enjoy~!
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Post by: afheil89 on February 10, 2015, 09:54:25 am
Did you guys show walle with korean subs since it doesn't have a lot of language? I'm thinking of using it for 5th graders as part of a space camp. I'm just wondering if the subtitles would be necessary. Thanks!
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: jayrenegade on February 10, 2015, 10:32:35 am
I didn't use Korean subtitles. I actually had a DVD which had English and Korean subtitles. I went with English and my students seemed to keep up.
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: oldestheruth on July 23, 2015, 01:10:17 pm
I took the worksheets that mtnbk13 posted, and made 3 power points that walk low-level elementary students through them with Korean translations (kindly provided by my co-teacher) and pictures. My students don't have big vocabularies, but they are willing to mime stuff to me. As I teach this lesson, I will add more vocabulary slides for the words that they generate with me via miming. I also made slides of the provided vocabulary words, and there is a vocabulary review in each ppt. There are six worksheets, each power point addresses 2.
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Post by: oldestheruth on July 23, 2015, 01:40:39 pm
ack, those weren't the final versions. Sorry. Humidity has poached my brains. These are basically what I just posted, but with screen shots of the worksheets and arrows that point out each bit. Possibly not necessary for your needs, but I thought it would help my low level elementary kids. 
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: Ben1981 on December 21, 2015, 01:32:44 pm
I mashed the hell out of the op's worksheets to create new versions that elementary schoolers can handle. I put them all into one document, but you can use the approximate timings suggested by the op as stopping points. Lower level students still require guidance but the majority of my students could at least give it a shot. It took me 5 periods of 40 minutes each to finish the movie and all the worksheets. Enjoy.
Title: Re: Wall-e movie summer camp
Post by: Helenkgj on November 08, 2019, 12:59:59 pm
This is amazing guys! I have an unruly bunch for 6th grade, so in order to motivate them to work and pay attention, I promised them a movie at the end of the year (it is now November). I think this movie is perfect for them since the textbook actually uses pictures of wall-e and eve for their last chapter called "We should save the earth". The worksheets you posted are a life saver. (I never said they could just watch the movie and veg out lol)