BusyTeacher.org Mobile Halloween: eight activity pages plus фnswer Key. Page 1 - кead a simple (gap-fill) description of Halloween. Page 2 - vocabulary match; reading comprehension (true/false); discussion. Page 3 - grammar-in-context (multiple choice grammar worksheet). Pages 4 & 5 - word search with answers. Page 6 - practice with spelling and capitals. Halloween Worksheets and Activities Lanternfish has a variety of different activities for Halloween. Just click on the worksheet below. It may take a while to open as most of the files are MS Word documents. Happy Halloween! Crosswords:
Learn English with Rebecca [engVid] "What's the different"? "Today morning"? "I enjoyed"? Improve your grammar by correcting the common mistakes in these English sentences. Jack O'Lantern Questions on the text. Legend has it that an Irish blacksmith called Jack shared drinks with the Devil on a Halloween night. Jack was an evil and stingy man, but he was also very clever, and he knew that the Devil had come to claim his soul. So, he quickly devised a plan. Halloween Halloween is celebrated on 31st October and is becoming increasingly popular amongst teenagers across Europe. This lesson plan focuses on a series of activities designed to focus on different skills, all related to Halloween. The activities can be adapted, so choose the most suitable for your group, taking into account their language levels and interests. Aims: • To review vocabulary related to Halloween• To practise reading skills• To practise adjectives for describing clothes• To practise speaking skills in a discussion• To practise writing skills with short poems / stories
Speech - I have a dream... SpeechI will now present the whole theme that we are going to work with during the next few weeks. Don't worry - I will give you instructions while we are working as well.You work together in your groups with: 1. The magic of three Watch the film about the Magic of three: 2. How to write a speech Now watch the film I have made for you. The key words to remember are: A FOREST, TONE, BODY LANGUAGE 3. Halloween Horror Story The Life and Death of a Pumpkin won the Best Short Film and Best Concept at the 2006 Chicago Horror Film Festival. It was directed by Aaron Yonda, who is probably best known for his part in the Chad Vader series. Note that some of the language in the story is quite grotesque. Please be aware of this and be sympathetic to your students. Language level: Intermediate; Upper intermediate (B1; B2)Learner type: Teens; AdultsTime: 45 minutes (+ Follow up)Activity: Reading (+ Writing follow up)Topic: Halloween; HorrorLanguage: Past perfectMaterials: Video clip; Worksheet
Halloween For most young students, Halloween ranks right up there as one of their favorite holidays. What's more fun than dressing up and eating candy, right? As a teacher you already know that when children are engaged and excited it's a perfect time to learn. Halloween presents a great opportunity for teachers of both elementary and middle school classrooms. Halloween Teaching Resources The right combination of fun and education helps children learn.
History of Halloween Halloween falls on October 31st each year in North America and other parts of the world. What do you know about Halloween? Do you celebrate it in your country? Here is a little history about it. Vocabulary