Halloween has come to terrorize y’all’s neighborhoods! I don’t know about you, but Halloween has always made me so excited that I have to hold my horses to go off the limits! If I could, I would fill my classroom with fake insects, mummies, witches and all sorta of “spooky-related” stuff. For that, I have come up with six different lessons from A1 to B2 levels using TV series and movies segments. They are mostly based on listening comprehension and organized in lead-in/vocabulary task > gist > detail > follow-up.
The link for the worksheets and the videos will be available at the end of the post.
Good afternoon, dear teachers!
After a long break, I am back to posting new worksheets and board games. I won’t be long for such a long time again, promise!
Are you ready for the Olympic Games starting next Friday? We all know how important it is to bring culture to our classes and we must not ignore the chance to explore the games and its history. Furthermore, there is a lot of authentic material waiting to be used in EFL/ESL classes out there.
The link to download all the worksheets and videos will be at the end of the post.
Do you usually bring any activity to celebrate special dates in class? I have done that a thousand times with ready-made activities from the internet. However, they always come in the same layout: how it is celebrated in the US or UK, the origins of the holiday and so on. My worksheets for Mother’s Day this year will bring authentic material and nothing similar to what I mentioned previously. Check this out!