This ESL Easter lesson plan starts with a general knowledge multiple choice quiz from Reader's Digest covering a large range of subjects, from the Easter bunny, to Easter Island, Palm Sunday and the Easter egg. The answers are given with a full explanation which the students can give as . The students are going to start off the lesson with an Easter quiz. Give them the quiz from the Students’ Notes and get them to complete the multiple choice questions, either individually or in groups if the class is larger. Cut up the answers to the questions that are in the Teacher’s Notes.
This lesson is about Easter in the UK. Task 1 starts with introducing the theme using pictures, Task 2 offers some simple true or false statements about Easter and Task 3 explains how to have an Easter egg hunt in your classroom. Hop into Your Next Lesson with These 6 Easter ESL Activities. Before you run off and plan your Easter lesson with the activities below, however, remember this: It’s important to be mindful of your students’ religions and beliefs as well as the environment you’re teaching vaginaxx.xyz: Brandon Harville.
LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS Easter. Intermediate (B1-B2) BRITISH ENGLISH In this lesson students learn about Easter customs around the world and discover some unusual facts about this time of year. There are speaking activities that require the students to give their opinions about Easter and what they do in their own countries to. ESL Library's search may not function properly in older browsers. We recommend updating yours to the latest version for the best experience. Search ESL Library for lessons.
Mar 13, · Easter Lesson for Adults and Students We have had some people ask what The Gospel Project will do for Adults and Students in regards to Easter. For those using the Spring material, you have probably realized that the scheduled lesson (session 5) is the intended lesson for Easter, especially as it considers The Resurrection and Exaltation of. 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 /5(20).