The aim of the lesson is to present students the story behind the Thanksgiving celebrations. In this EFL lesson your students will learn more about British and American history and by the end of the class they will be able to explain to other students the origin of this day.
This EFL kindergarden Lesson plan is aimed at young 4-6 years old elementary learners, who by the end of the lesson will be wearing masks and acting out the lyrics of the song. During this lesson you’ll revise the numbers 1-10, few of past simple verbs and singular/ plural nouns of animals.
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“The anniversary of St. Patrick’s day: and may the Shamrock be green for ever.” ~Irish Toasts by Shane Na Gael, 1908
During this lesson your EFL students will practice grammar, in particular past simple active and passive voice sentence structures. On top of that students will learn more about St Patrick’s day. It’s an excellent English lesson plan for intermediate and upper-intermediate level students who need to practice speaking using past simple passive voice.
I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year -Charles Dickens
In this lesson your students will learn how to make simple Christmas decorations, and express their opinion on their favourite decoration, using comparatives and superlatives. This Christmas inspired lesson plan focuses on creativity and speaking skills, and is a nice way to close the semester before the Christmas break!
It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air ―W.T. Ellis
In this lesson your students will learn how to use the passive voice. In the Christmas spirit, they will watch a short video on how to make a Christmas cracker. This creative lesson plan focuses on speaking and writing skills.
“ Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful ….” ―Norman Vincent Peale
In this lesson your students will learn the differences between Christmas traditions in England and America. They will get a grasp of the particular and sometimes strange rituals that are used in England, while watching a short documentary. Grammar point discussed within this lesson- conjunctions: although,though, but. This Xmas themed lesson plan focuses on listening and speaking skills.
This quick but fun warm-up will not only make your class think about the subject but also brainstorm the ideas related to sports and health. This warm-up will allow your students to carefully listen to each other and compete with other students in the group.
“A company of wolves, is better than a company of wolves in sheep’s clothing.” – Anthony Liccione
During this lesson your EFL students will learn vocabulary related to crime, precisely scams and tricksters plus they’ll practice past simple and past continuous tense when talking about the scams they saw. It’s an excellent English lesson plan for intermediate and upper-intermediate level students who need to practice speaking using past tenses.
Your ESL students should make a habit of reading regularly. Reading should be fun, so make sure the texts you choose are not too too difficult for you. moreover, at the end of each book you have some questions about each chapter. By answering these questions during the lesson you give your students to use the langue and improve their speaking skills.
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“We are most alive when we’re in love” – John Updike
It’s Valentine’s day and we’re all thinking about the loved ones. Without a doubt this ‘special’ day has found its followers all over the world but where and how it all started… well, we’ll find it out during this EFL lesson.