Christmas Games Have fun learning Christmas vocabulary, spelling and more with this fun online Christmas game from MES Games. These are , grammar games, spelling, and Christmas listening activities to learn English online. Each sections has a few choices of games. This game focuses on Christmas vocabulary with four main sections. The questions and answers for this game are similar to these: Other notes: In the grammar section students learn to use 'what' and 'who'. For Christmas teaching materials to match these games check out the links below: More activities and games to learn English: Update: Learn more about the badge system --> check out the badge page for information on how to earn badges, how to print badges, how teachers can use the badges in their classrooms. There is a new page with a short explanation about the games and exercises included in each topic --> check out the games page for those details.
Christmas Nous vous proposons une brève sélection de ressources et d'activités autour de Noël et vous souhaitons d'agréables fêtes de fin d'année. Sur Audio-Lingua, de nombreux enregistrements autour du thème de Christmas, au niveau A2/B1, par des locuteurs anglophones de tous horizons. Cette base pourra servir pour comparer les traditions culinaires ou religieuses dans divers pays, par exemple. L' incontournable "elllo.org" propose de nombreux fichiers audio avec scripts, activités d'écoute interactives sur le thème de Noël, une ressource inépuisable. Des activités de compréhension orale sur esl-lab: Christmas is coming (collège) et The christmas gift (lycée)La section Learning English de VOA propose de nombreuses ressources, des vidéos, des podcasts et scripts. Ces ressources sont généralement assez longues et requièrent d'être tronquées pour un usage en classe. - The History of Christmas in America" podcast (07'30'') + script- "Christmas: the most wonderful day of the year?" Imprimer la page
Official NORAD Santa Tracker CHRISTMAS VOCABULARY on PhotoPeach Already a member? Go to login. Embed in Blog <div><h4>Comments</h4><p> toda la clase 6B(vicky) yo tambien te quiero mucho, pasalo bien en Cadiz. Hey guest, we noticed you uploaded more than 30 photos ( photos) to this slideshow. Public Unlisted Invitation required 30 Photos 9802 Views 34 comments December 3, 2009 ELLLO Views #195 Boxing Day Todd: Nicola, you're from England. Nicola: Yes, I am. Todd: OK. Now in England you have something called "Boxing day". Nicola: Yes, we do. Todd: So, we don't have that in America. Nicola: Well, boxing day is always on the 26th of December, the day after Christmas day, and it was originally called boxing day because it was the day in England when the very rich people in Victorian times gave presents to their servants, the day after Christmas, and usually it would be something like money, or food but they would give it to them in a small box, and so on December the 26th, servants would receive their boxes,the Christmas boxes, and that's why it was called Boxing day. Todd: OK Nicola: Today, people don't really receive money or food so much, sometimes you give extra tips at Christmas, but Boxing day has stuck. Todd: What do people do on Boxing day? Nicola: Nothing really. Todd: Lose money! Nicola: Yeah always. Todd: Wow, cool. Nicola: Yeah, there is, where I live, yeah.
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Christmas Symbols Catholic Church wanted to eclipse the festivities of a rival pagan religion that threatened Christianity’s existence. The Romans celebrated the birthday of their sun god, Mithras during this time of year. Although it was not popular, or even proper, to celebrate people’s birthdays in those times, church leaders decided that in order to compete with the pagan celebration they would themselves order a festival in celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Although the actual season of Jesus’ birth is thought to be in the spring according to history, the date of December 25 was chosen as the official birthday celebration as Christ’s Mass so that it would compete head-on with the rival pagan celebration. Two hundred years before the birth of Christ, the Druids used mistletoe to celebrate the coming of winter. They would gather this evergreen plant that is parasitic upon other trees and used it to decorate their homes. Poinsettias The Christmas Tree Christmas Lights Xmas The Candy Cane Santa Claus
Christmas - Langues Dijon Page mise à jour le 14/11/2014 Rudolph vous indique nos coups de cœur. Civilisation The Symbols and Traditions of Christmas Christmas around the worldDes informatios sur les traditions à travers le monde, mais elles sont à prendre avec un peu de recul, le texte sur les traditions françaises particulièrement, mais cela peut être un moyen de travailler sur les stéréotypes.. Our Christmas in EnglandTémoignages écrits par de jeunes anglais de Woodlands Junior School (8 ou 9 ans), dans un anglais simple. Matériel Christmas Flashcards Des flashcards illustrant une activité ou une expression :Santa Claus delivering presents, A child peeking at a present, Children opening a present, A little girl about to open a present, A woman decorating a tree, A father and daughter bringing a tree home, A father and son window shopping, Elves making toys, Children singing carols, A girl hanging up a stocking, A man putting up lights, Santa Claus checking his list, Santa Claus eating cookies and milk. Chansons
Christmas Ressources de Noël sur les sites des collègues Pour les débutants, niveau A1 Voyez en particulier la page des webquests Treasure hunt pour primaire et collège, niveau A2-A2+ Une page d'activités utilisables dès la 4ème Des exercices et des plans de cours et de séquences prêt à l'emploi, dont le dernier lien qui propose 50 cours. Chants de Noël Un grand choix de chansons traditionelles : lisez les paroles, écoutez la musique (en midi), mais pas de versions chantées. Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer Littérature Recipes