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Interactive English - Sample Timetable Theme of the week: Music, Film and Books

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Welcome to Oxford Programme overview and testing

Fluency in English

The world ahead I wonder if Review online Quiz night! 09:00 09:55

Read part of Tolkiens The Hobbit and identify the main themes and characters

Language for speculating about the past and future

Examine the latest online film reviews to develop writing structure

Team quiz to review this weeks learning

Accuracy in English: Reading Accuracy in English: Reading Accuracy in English: Writing Accuracy in English: Friday Review Ranting and raving Read me like a book Change your story

d Practice what you preach

10:00 10:55

Develop your vocabulary to talk about likes and dislikes

Use a range of English idioms to sound more like a native speaker

Develop more accurate use of past narrative tenses for storytelling

Personalized practice activities to develop language from the week

Accuracy in English: Vocabulary Accuracy in English: Vocabulary Accuracy in English: Grammar Accuracy in English: Friday Review ---------------------------------------------------------Break--------------------------------------------------------

Orientation Express Yourself Interview a film star! Personal anecdotes Glastonbury 11:30 12:30

Health and safety, welfare and activities at St Clares

Discuss your likes and dislikes in relation to music, film and books

Take part in speed-interviews to identify the film or music star

Use narrative tenses to tell stories from your past

Complete listening worksheet on a documentary on the history of Glastonbury festival

St Clares Orientation Fluency in English Fluency in English Fluency in English Fluency in English ---------------------------------------------------------Lunch--------------------------------------------------------

Explore Oxford With international students

Study Visit

In a hole in the ground Watch and discuss Tolkiens: The Hobbit

Active Language Project

Maker of Middle Earth Visit the university Weston Library Tolkien exhibition

Active Language Project

Reviewing The Hobbit Write a Tolkien film or exhibition review

Active Language Project

Blenheim Palace Home of Winston Churchill

Example Optional Excursion

14:00 14:55

15:00 15:55

Intensive English - Sample Timetable Theme of the week: Environmental Sustainability

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Welcome to Oxford Programme overview and testing

Fluency in English

To read or not to read Speak out of turn Plastic, fantastic? Quiz night! 09:00 09:55

The importance of skimming and scanning

Language for turn-taking and seeking and asking opinions

Consider the impact of the BBCs Drowning in Plastic

Team quiz to review this weeks learning

Exam Skills: Reading Exam Skills: Speaking Exam Skills: Listening Exam Skills: Friday Review e-Reader Call of nature The futures bright

d Book club

10:00 10:55

Introduction to the class eBook Use a range of English idioms related to nature and the environment

Develop more accurate use of a range of tenses to describe the future

Reading circle activities based on your class eBook

Exam Skills: Reading Exam Skills: Vocabulary Exam Skills: Grammar Exam Skills: Friday Review ---------------------------------------------------------Break--------------------------------------------------------

Orientation Examine the exam Speak volumes Put it in writing Mock up! 11:30 13:00

(12:30 Fri)

Health and safety, welfare and activities at St Clares

Explore your exam options for the future and choose the best exam for you

Watch a live speaking exam and practice

Write a report making future recommendations to address the environmental effects of plastic

Experience the speaking paper under exam conditions

St Clares Orientation Exam Practice & Tips Exam Practice & Tips Exam Practice & Tips Exam Practice & Tips ---------------------------------------------------------Lunch--------------------------------------------------------

Explore academic Oxford With your class teacher

Study Visit

The Role of Fusion Energy Research and development Team presentation on a sustainable energy source of your choice

Research & Presentation Skills Project

Present your case Team presentation of the pros and cons of a sustainable energy source for the future

Research & Presentation Skills Project

Blenheim Palace Home of Winston Churchill

Example Optional Excursion

14:00 14:55

Consider the role of fusion energy in a sustainable future with our guest speaker

Research & Presentation Skills Project Pros and Cons

15:00 15:55

In groups, consider a range of sustainable energy types for the future

Research & Presentation Skills Project

St Clares IB Introduction - Sample Timetable

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Welcome to Oxford To be or not to be Figuratively speaking Tell me a story Friday Review

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Course introduction, orientation, and testing

Shakespearean idioms alive in the English language today

Identify literary devices such as imagery and metaphor

Perfect the interaction of the past narrative tenses

Complete a newspaper style review of the theatre performance

Fluency in English English Language English Language English Language English Language ---------------Theory of Knowledge---------------

Explore Literary Oxford Whats in a name? Flip the script Romeo, Romeo Stratford-upon-Avon Oxford literary links from Alice in Wonderland to JRR Tolkien

Introduction to the main characters in Romeo and Juliet

Explore the synopsis of Romeo and Juliet and identify main themes and events

Open air Shakespeare theatre in Oxford

Visit William Shakespeares birthplace

English Literature: Study Visit English Literature English Literature English Literature: Study Visit Example Optional Excursion Cell Structure Flying high Its in your DNA Evolution in Oxford Its your turn!

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Using microscopes to identify what is in plant and animal cells

Investigate flight by making your own parachute or helicopter

Build a model of a DNA molecule and complete a DNA extraction!

The Natural History Museum, home of the infamous evolution debate, 1860

Present a personal science poster project at the Science Conference

Integrated Sciences Integrated Sciences Integrated Sciences Integrated Sciences: Study Visit Integrated Sciences ---------------Theory of Knowledge---------------

Supply and Demand Fight for your rights! The industrial revolution Social, media? Blenheim Palace The basics of market economics from efficiency to specialization and productivity

Explore the history of civil and worker rights

Apply your knowledge of market economics and the history of rights to the industrial revolution

Consider the psychological impact of growing social media use

Home of former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill

Integrated Humanities Integrated Humanities Integrated Humanities: Study Visit Integrated Humanities Example Optional Excursion Take your pick! All work and no play Make a drama out of it Rehearsals, rehearsals! What a performance!

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Choose drama or photography Take part in a drama workshop with professional Shakespeare actors

Create a group performance based on techniques from your workshop

Practice makes perfect ahead of your Friday performance

Group CAS Arts performances

CAS Arts CAS Arts CAS Arts CAS Arts CAS Arts ---------------Theory of Knowledge---------------

Take note! Whats the probability? Pump up the volume! Ahead of the curve London Musical The building blocks of scientific notation

Collecting data and calculating probability

Calculate the volume and surface area of 3D solids

Applying a gradient to a curve Wicked, Mamma Mia or Thriller in the West End

Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Example Optional Excursion

St Clares Art in Oxford Sample Timetable

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Welcome to Oxford Culture vulture Explore the links between art, culture, and place

2D & 3D Arts

No change Consider appropriation and transformation in art and art history

2D & 3D Arts

Traces of places Practice the art of collage based on your collection

2D & 3D Arts

Free to create! Complete your first artwork ready for the Art in Oxford exhibition next week

Projects

09:00 09:55

Programme overview and orientation

Fluency in English Down to a fine art

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