How much Christmas cheer can one class handle?

UPDATE: Full list of Xmas stuff now here.

More Xmas links, should you be a glutton for merriment (including one that says “Focus: Fluency speaking, advanced vocab, conversation, destroying students’ enjoyment of Christmas”, which is nice)

Developingteachers Xmas lesson plans

And a few more of mine on Usingenglish.com

Business English Xmas Cards Do’s and Don’ts (Imperatives/ Conjunctions/Giving instructions/ Giving reasons)

Xmas trivia numbers pairwork (suitable for numbers practice for Business English/ Financial English/ Technical English classes)

Christmas Predictions with Will (predicting what you will be doing and what the world will be like during future Christmases)

Christmas Past Tense Mimes (with Past Continuous, Simple Past and Present Perfect in one lesson, which is unusual for some reason)

Christmas Present Simple and Continuous Mimes

Believe it or not, more Xmas worksheets to come, and some New Year ones too. They don’t call me TEFL Santa for nothing…

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One Response to How much Christmas cheer can one class handle?

  1. Alex Case says:

    In fact they don’t call me TEFL Santa at all.

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