This morning our lessons focused on foods and recipes. We recorded some voiceovers to give instructions and then made a food that is traditional from the languages we are studying. It was great fun and we got to try lots of different foods.
This morning’s lessons focused on reporting the news in our foreign languages. Most of the groups read articles and learned about speaking in the past. They were then challenged to create their own camp newspapers. The stories are incredibly interesting – from Beyonce visiting Articulate to a zombie attack and a camp mobile phone thief.
This morning’s lesson focused on tourism in Scotland. The language groups all focused on key grammar points to include in the afternoon project – a tourist video convincing people to visit the town of Helensburgh. By the end of the lessons, we had finished scripts.
When we got up this morning, we were so excited to see the sun! We headed to the train where we had today’s language lesson on the long journey. Our campers coming from outside of Scotland were so excited to see the city!
When we arrived at midday, we headed to the Real Mary King’s Close to experience the underground tour. We saw the old city, a variety of houses and heard about the plague and plenty of ghost stories.