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Halloween 7-9 –

Halloween 7-9 –
Warm up It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown (2:24) Intro to the well-known cartoon (yr 1-6)Halloween Song Vocabulary Halloween vocabulary. A list of words with English definitions (yr 7-8)Studyladder Downloadable crossword and wordsearch puzzles (yr 7-8)Worksheets Several worksheets: reading, listening and vocabulary (yr 7-9)10 Idioms with a Halloween Theme Have your students come up with situations when one could say one of these Lesson Plans The Nightmare Hotel Practise pronunciation and intonation while reading, rapping or singing this epic poem (yr 7-9)English Lesson Plan on Halloween A reading / listening activity with many vocabulary activities (yr 7-8)Halloween Horror Story A story of a pumpkin followed by a lesson plan (yr 7-8)Vampires: Folklore, fantasy and fact (6:56) A TEDEd programme with questions and discussion. Reading Listening History of Halloween Listening Quiz with both printable and interactive questions. Watching Speaking Zombie Apocalypse Discussion task (yr 8-9) Writing

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Bet You Didn't Know: Halloween Video - History of Ghost Stories You're almost done! You will soon receive an activation email. Once you click on the link, you will be added to our list. If you do not receive this email, please contact us. The Monkey’s Paw Adapted from a story by W W Jacobs by Chapter 1 The night was cold and wet. But in the small living room of Laburnam Villa, a fire burned brightly and a father and son played chess*. The father was a good player, but the son was better. Julia Roberts plays Mother Earth and Harrison Ford stars as the Ocean as Holl... Ecosystem services. You’ve nodded off already, haven’t you? But wake up! Here are some Hollywood A-listers making a decent attempt to move beyond the obscure jargon and reveal the existential nature of what the Earth provides for humanity. The Nature is Speaking initiative is organised by Conservation International with the tag-line: “Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature.”

Planning for 2016 suggests next term be filled with themes, books, films and whatever else the class might come up with. If you follow these steps1. Start by asking your students what they would like to study in English. Download a list of themes for your class level here:Year 3, Year 4,Year 5, Year 6,Year 7, Year 8,Year 92. Use these templates and examples to visualise your plan:Term Plan A Example 4-6 springTerm Plan Example 5-8 SpringTerm Plan Template Spring by weekTerm Plan Template Spring 2 lessonsTerm Plan Template Spring 3 lessons3. Check the Calendar and choose which annual celebrations you wish to acknowledge in class4.

Forming questions and answers in the present simple tense In this post, I would like to share the best activities I know to teach questions in the present simple tense. The aim of these fun activities is to help your students form the YES/NO questions and short answers correctly. I have used all these activities in my classes and they worked very well. In this post, you will find a game called Battleships to introduce the grammar. Then there is an infographic explaining the question formation, a fluency activity to make the question formation automatic, and several speaking activities to practise the questions in real life situations. In addition, there is a video plus an infographic explaining the formation of short answers.

5 ESL Emergency Lessons Picture this: It’s 8am Monday morning, you’re fast asleep, snuggled in your duvet, enjoying a rare day off. Life is wonderful! Suddenly you are jolted back into reality by a phone call…from work… asking you to sub a class in 30 minutes. I’m sure this has happened to everyone and I’m sure you remember the panic it causes trying to plan a lesson, brush your teeth and get dressed instantaneously. Halloween Writing Prompts! 1. Write a recipe for a witch’s brew. 2. Create an advertisement to sell a haunted house. 3. Write a letter to a vampire convincing it to come to your Halloween party. The Journey This EFL lesson is designed around a short film commissioned by John Lewis as their Christmas TV commercial. Students practice vocabulary related to journeys and Christmas, prepositions, song lyrics, speaking and writing. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free.

Christmas on ⋆ Teaching Matters has all the materials you’ll need until the end of term, with minimum planning time required. You can find direct links to our Christmas materials for each level directly on the page: Beginner 1-2, Lower Elementary 3-4, Elementary 5-6 and Intermediate 6-9 right below the category titles. You can also access all the materials through these shortcuts:Best of Christmas 1-6Best of Christmas 6-9Advent Calendar 1-3Advent Calendar 4-5Advent Calendar 6-7Advent Calendar 8-9 All Quotes Coloring Pages Here are all quotes coloring pages. I have had so much fun drawing these and hope you can find joy in coloring them in and displaying them. There are quite a few, so I am sure you are going to be able to find at least a couple that will get you inspired and motivated. Just click on the picture below, download and print. Make sure you share these with your family and friends. They are a great pick-me-up whenever ever you're having a bad or discouraging day.

Racism Is Real This EFL lesson is designed around a short video about racism by Brave New Films. In the lesson students watch the video, identify 8 differences between the treatment of black versus white people, read a pledge, write their own pledge, and discuss racism. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2) Learner type: Teens and adults Time: 90 minutes

An Interactive Comic and Video Versions of The Pit and the Pendulum Halloween is just a week away and a lot of teachers may use this occasion to introduce their students to Edgar Allan Poe's classic The Pit and the Pendulum. Here are a couple of resources that can be used to introduce the story to your students. The Pit and the Pendulum is available as an interactive comic book created by Poe in the Pit. If you view the comic book online you can click symbols within it to open videos, additional images, and additional background and analysis of Poe's work. If you choose to print the comic book you can us the QR codes embedded within it to access the videos, images, and additional info on your mobile device.