How about having a fun Halloween party in your classroom?! Let your students learn about Halloween traditions while organizing their own party!
Your Halloween Party Unit Bundle in detail:
The bundle is composed of a task-based unit, a thematic word list with tests included, a set of flashcards and a flapbook about Halloween traditions.
Here is a complete task-based and cultural unit to organize a Halloween party with your English learners in your classroom for real or not 😉 The final task is an oral interaction with questions to ask.
❑ Step 1: Work on words
❑ Task 1: Recite a poem
❑ Step 2: Learn about Halloween
❑ Task 2: Write an invitation card
❑ Step 3: Work on grammar
❑ Task 3: Write a dialogue
Here is the a memory challenge set for beginners French or English learners. A memory challenge is a word list whose words are classified into 3 categories: difficult, intermediary and easy words. Your students have 45 words on their list but they don’t need to learn them all to obtain 100%!
Here is a nice set of 24 flashcards (24 in color version, 24 in B&W) together with 2 pictionaries (one with words, one to complete) to teach Halloween vocabulary and traditions to your ESL-EFL beginners.
This flapbook is a culture reference guide to have your students learn more about the countries that compose (or not compose) the United Kingdom and the actual construction of the United Kingdom. You will just need to print out 5 pages (on white paper if you want your students to color in the illustrations). Four versions are included: colored or B&W, completed or to be completed. Feel free to ask for another one if you need.
The different tabs will enable your students to learn or research information about the following topics:
❑ Great Britain
❑ Northern Ireland
❑ Republic of Ireland
❑ United Kingdom
How to use this resource:
This complete set will enable your students to use new words in context, learn expressions and use be + have got together with can. They’ll learn about culture too!
The resources in this bundle are not editable. The links to listening, reading and viewing activities are included. The files in the archive are PDF to be open in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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