Theme: Easter 
Lexical area: Easter vocabulary

This is an Easter lesson which focuses on a range of language skills. It is aimed at lower levels but the activities could be easily adapted to suit higher levels. Students will review vocabulary related to Easter, practise using prepositions of place in a classroom Easter egg hunt, read a text about Easter traditions in the UK and look at a typical British Easter menu. Finally students will write a short Easter poem.


Aims:
• To review vocabulary related to Easter
• To practise speaking skills
• To practise using prepositions of place
• To practise reading skills
• To develop creative writing skills

Age group: 12- 15


Level: A2/ B1


Time: 60 minutes


Materials: Easter student worksheet and lesson plan

 

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Submitted by Spainteach on Fri, 03/31/2017 - 06:45

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I'll use this lesson next week with two groups of older high school students who sat through a rather dull Easter power point lesson with me last year. Thank you so very much!

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