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Christmas lesson with adult beginners



k.samula
Poland

Christmas lesson with adult beginners
 
Dear friends, do you have any ideas for a Christmas lesson with adult beginners (they īve been learning English for 3 months). Thanks for your help!

20 Dec 2010      



s.lefevre
Brazil

I would try a song like "A white Christmas"  or "Holy Night". First I would give them the Christmas vocabulary. There are many workheets with Christmas vocabulary here. Even if they are adults, they will like nice pictures.

20 Dec 2010     



GIOVANNI
Canada

I have used the some of the worksheets on the site.  I used one of the worksheets with Christmas vocabulary and once they learned it I played Taboo with them, and used the puzzels.  Look here http://www.eslprintables.com/buscador/buscar.asp?nivel=any&age=0&tipo=any&contents=christmas&username=&B1=Search
you will find lots of good ideas and material.

20 Dec 2010     



Sara26
Brazil

As they are beginners, I īd suggest to introduce Christmas vocabulary with flashcards (with and without words - a great way to work with new words), then a crossword or wordsearch to practice. Students love them!
Good luck! Smile

20 Dec 2010     



aftab57
United Kingdom

Christmas lessons

 

http://www.esl-galaxy.com/holiday.html

http://www.eslflow.com/Christmaslessonplans.html

http://www.elcivics.com/esl-christmas-2.html

http://how2domedia.com/vey-esl-christmas-lesson.html

http://www.esolcourses.com/links/christmas.html

 

 

Merry Christma to everyone.

20 Dec 2010