Point of View – Point of You

DAY 14 Going Home We had great time together

Thank you all!


DAY 13

15th JULY (FRIDAY) –
7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. writing essays about the POV (50 min)
10.00 – 10.30 break
10.30 - 12.00 2nd project session
12.00 – 12.15 break
12.15 - 13.15 3rd project session
5.
13.15 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 18.00 free activities
16.00 – 16.45 Watching an interactive theatre play; 17.00 – 18.00 teachers play against students /football, basketball, volleyball/)
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 21.00 watching the MP film and the other films shot by the media group
21.00 – 21.15 watching the dance show
21.15 – 22.30 farewell party
23.30 curfew
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 12

14th JULY (THURSDAY) –
7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. warming up game – What were the topics and the technics? (5 min)
- Concentration circle (10 min)
How tired you are?
How much you would like to go home?
How quickly passed the two week?
How much you feel that you made new friendships?
How much you enjoyed the morning sessions?
How much you like Brian?
How much you were active in the mornings?
How much did you like the food?
How much you enjoyed the free time?
How much you liked the camp dance?
How much you liked the evening games?
How much would you like to go home?
How much you think you have improved in anything?
How much would you like to participate again in Youth Action project?
2. closing games: (40 min)
Talking in nations:
What were your motivations when you came? What are the things that you are satisfied with and what are not? (10 min)
Playing together
This is the camp, stand there where you had the nicest memory from POV? (then leader goes around ask where it is and why) (20 min)
3. writing essays about the POV (50 min)
What did you like the most in POV?
Which of your goals did you achieve during POV?
What are the 3 best memories you bring with you from POV?
10.00 – 10.30 break
10.30 - 12.00 2nd project session
1. presentation about the Youth in Action Program (10 min)
2. making performances in nations about the POV – the teens work without any leaders (20 min)
3. closing angel game (who you think it was and then you get the present which was made by your angel) (30 min)
4. saying goodbye games: we put a piece of paper on everyone’s back and we write on each others’ back goodbye messages (30 min)
12.00 – 12.15 break
12.15 - 13.15 3rd project session
1. we give them the Youth Passes in the frame of a funny game: we describe the person we would like to give the YP to, and the teens have to figure it out who we are talking about (40 min)
2. having a look at a short video (10 min)
3. we thank the other leaders their help in the project and we give them a group hug (5 min)
4. present their national food and drink to us (5 min)
13.15 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 18.00 free activities
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 – 21.30 international night (They present their countries to the campers
21.30 – 22.00 fire show
22.00-23.00 farewell for POV Polish participants: we go out where we do not disturb the other campers, and we can say goodbye to everyone “in a free style”.
23.30 curfew
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 11 Natural materials

13th JULY (WEDNESDAY) – virtual and real community – photos of natural materials

7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. warming up game – each person is given a name of a famous duo and they must find their counterpart. (5 min)
once it is done the couple should go to a chosen spot
each spot has 6 people, one of which should be a leader
in this way there will be 6 teams of 5 teens and 1 leader
Tom&Jerry, Romeo&Juliet, Stan&Pan, etc.
2. each participant is asked to mention the characteristics they may have in common with the ‘personage’ given to them on the piece of paper. These may be in common or the differences too (15 min)
3. each participant chooses someone famous and mimics their most famous trait. The rest of the group guesses who the famous person is (15 min)
4. in pair, the participants play the ‘Joystick game’ where one of the participants will control the other through the use of a joystick. Beforehand, the pair must decide on their signals. Then they swop roles. (15 min)
5. brainstorming (5 min)
we ask the kids to find out what the connection is between the previous game and the virtual notions
6. questionnaire: getting to know each other’s virtual habits (10 + 10 min)
FB: checking profile every day?
do you have more virtual friends than real friends?
10 MORE QUESTIONS
discussion on each one’s habits in the virtual world
7. Yes or No game (10 min)
a marker is set on the floor
participants should step on the side which is true for them
the questions have yes/no answers
e.g.: Have you ever been harassed over the internet? Have you ever bullied over the internet / on the phone? Is it easy to get to truly know someone over the internet? / Do you prefer to socialize over the internet rather than face-to-face?
10.00 – 10.30 break
10.30 - 12.00 2nd project session
1. warm up game: teens have to quickly put themselves into a row of ten according to the shade of their eyes’ colours  dividing them into 6 groups (8 min)
2. discussion: what are the advantages/disadvantages of the virtual world? (7 min)
3. each must create a commercial expose where you show the advantages/disadvantages of the virtual world (10 min + 10 min)
4. collecting natural resources in pairs (from a different country) (20 min)
5. closing game: “kiss fight”+ lipstick game (25 min)
12.00 – 12.15 break: voting for the best idea (one by one, voting 2 times)
12.15 - 13.15 3rd project session
1. Creation of 5 pictures for continuation of the story in 3 groups. (Finding out how to continue the story and then turning them into a visual form.) The teens have to finish the 3 stories. (60 min)
13.15 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 18.00 free activities
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 22.00 camp games
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 10 HELP!

12th JULY (TUESDAY) – giving and accepting help - music and sounds
Aim of the day: being emphatic with each other
7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. warming up game – sound game (everyone defines an own sound blind folded, and you have to remember what is your neighbour’s sound, after that they mix and you have to find again your neighbours) (10 min)
2. counting ourselves game: playing all together (15 min)
3. blindfolded game (30 min)
obstacle course – one gives instructions, the other is blind folded (20 min)
then talk about which was better, more secure for me and why (10 min)
4. trust games (35 min)
playing in 3 groups
• ‘3 people stand up’
• ‘falling down’
• ‘being in the circle’
10.00 – 10.30 break
10.30 - 12.00 2nd project session
1. working with emotions (40 min)
dividing into 6 groups in a way that the teens find 4 other teens from different countries for themselves (5 min)
collect emotions in small groups (3 min)
making music for different feelings (4 emotions) (10 min)
showing the others who are guessing emotions (25 min)
2. new groups - acting a scenario / role play (50 min)
creating a story where someone gives/accepts help from another person (10 min)
making a performance (10 min)
• first: with sounds no dialogue
• acting without sound
• dialogue
show the others who will find out (30 min)
12.00 – 12.15 break
12.15 - 13.15 3rd project session
1. playing concentration circle: (10 min)
I prefer giving than accepting help
I have helped someone today
I feel that I could help more often
It is difficult for me to accept help
It is difficult for me to ask for help
It is difficult for me to say no
2. discuss in groups how you can help others in your normal life and why it is good for you (15 min)
3. make a surprise to the groups (15 min)
4. singing together – Michael Jackson: Hold my hand (20 min)
13.15 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 18.00 free activities
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 22.00 camp games
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 9

11th JULY (MONDAY) – poverty and wealth - sculptures from rubbish
Aim of the day: to show that happiness doesn’t depend (only) on money
7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. warming up games (25 min)
winking chase game
puff game (in 2 circles)
2. we divide the teens into 6 groups according to the following: we count ourselves  everyone should remember his/her number and the first 5 teens will be in one group, the second 6 teens will be the second group etc. (10 min)
3. we watch the following MasterCard videos on YouTube together (10 min)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IajOINu0V2Y and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9hRIEnU1CM and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cNDSPutas8&NR=1&feature=fvwp and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piQTQNkczeY (Hungarian)
4. in small groups (3 min + 15 min)
talking about what were the things that people couldn’t buy with MasterCard
collecting other things that money can’t buy (a smile, give a birth to a baby etc.)
at the end reaching the point that money is only a tool for reaching our aims (to make someone happy/laugh etc.) and that money is not the ‘final station’, we shouldn’t live to earn money, we should earn money to be able to reach our goals
the groups present their ideas to the others
5. Making a short “MasterCard” spot (22 min)
10.00 – 10.30 break
10.30 - 12.00 2nd project session
1. Value auction in small groups (70 min)
the teens “buy” values (Love (affection), Family, Health, Success, Wealth, Tolerance, Self-confidence, Beauty, Partner, Friends, Power, Independence, Freedom, Endurance, Creativity, Environmental friendliness etc.)
we have a look at everyone’s values and we speak about the following 3 questions:
• Why did you buy those values?
• What other value did you want to get?
• Is there any other value that he/she would have wanted to buy?
2. Everyone fills in a questionnaire (that consists of 10 questions about the protection of the environment)  the questions are projected to the wall (15 min)
3. We tell the good results of the questionnaire about the protection of the environment (5 min)
12.00 – 12.15 break
12.15 - 13.15 3rd project session
1. we speak about what we can do in order to protect the environment and then we present it to the others (7,5 + 7,5 min)
2. we make 3 groups out of the 6 groups (2 min)
3. the 3 groups of teens continue the story by making 2-3 sculptures (statues) out of rubbish (45 min)
13.15 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 17.00 free activities
17.00-18.00 Hungarian folk dance
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 22.00 camp games
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 8 Very Sunny day

10th JULY (SUNDAY) – rest day
10.00 breakfast
11.00-11.30 having a look at the edited interviews – thanks to Massimo
11.30-13.00 free time(beach)
13.15-14.00 lunch
14.00-16.00 free time
16.00-18.00 getting prepared for the international night
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 22.00 camp games team building activities
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime
23.30 evaluative parliament


DAY 7

9th JULY (SATURDAY) – sightseeing in Budapest
6.45 reveille
7.00 breakfast
7.55 leaving to Budapest (sightseeing and shopping) – the bus is (8.35-9.45)
Meanwhile Massimo edits the interviews (made the day before) in the camp
18:00 – 19:10 and then the bus no1 is at 19:30
20.00 arriving to the camp
20.00 - 21.00 dinner
21.00 - 22.00 camp games / camp fire
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime


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DAY 6 Boys and girls

8th JULY (FRIDAY) – femininity and masculinity - interviews with local people
Aim of the day: that some people like this and others like that (so the same thing can be perceived in many different ways depending on the individuals)
7.00 reveille
7.30 breakfast
8.30-10.00 1st project session
1. Warming up games 1-2-3-4-5 game (6 min)
we stand in front of our pair
we start to count from 1 to 5
1=name of an animal, 2=a sound of that animal, 3=a movement of an animal, 4=food that animal eats
2. Forming 6 groups:
girls stand in a line according to how much they like Brad Pitt/George Clooney we divide them into 3 groups and boys stand in a line according to how much they like Angelina Jolie/Eva Logloria  we divide them into 2 groups (2 min)
3. All the groups collect ideas:
what makes a girl/boy be cool/a nice person? And then the groups present the ideas. (10 min+8 min)
4. Situation game:
every volunteer gets a situation that is typical to the other gender (e.g. the boys have to act that they are girls and they get ready for a party; the girls have to act that they want to pick up girls)
the volunteers act in small groups in front of the whole group; the different small groups get ready parallel to save time
later we ask them how they felt themselves in the situation, what was strange, what did they enjoy the most etc. (9 min +15 min)
5. Getting back to small groups:
girls collect what they think the boys are really good in and just the other way round
at the end the small groups present the ideas (7.5 min + 7.5 min)
1. Girls/Boys groups up again (25 min)
every group has to create their ‘ideal’ man/woman: they can use pictures to visualize him/her, they can write characteristics around him/her, they can draw etc.
we are going to ask the inhabitants of Kecskemét, who is the nicest man/woman
10.00-10.15 Break (only 15 min!!)
10.15 – 13.00 going to Kecskemét and making interviews with the local people
the 3 groups of girls go together and the 2 groups of boys go together and make interviews with the locals
the teens ask them to choose which man/woman is the best
13.30 arriving back to the camp
13.30 – 14.30 lunch
14.30 - 15.00 teacher meeting (for the teens this is free time)
15.00 - 18.00 free activities
18.00 - 20.00 dinner
20.00 - 22.00 camp games (team building activities)
22.00 curfew
23.30 - bedtime
23.30 evaluative parliament


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