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www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersLesson:Christmas Lesson 2General:Time:Objectives:Structures:New Vocab:Review Vocab:40 mins - 1 hourRecognize and identify 8 Christmas words and sing a Christmas carol"Merry Christmas", "Here you are", "Thank you"NoneSanta (G.B. Father Christmas), Rudolph, sleigh, presents, Christmas tree,decorations, roast turkey, Christmas puddingYou will omResources:For Christmas cards: colored construction paper / card common craft supplies (e.g. glitter, paint, felt, cotton wool, shinystickers, etc.) glue envelopesFor the Pass the Parcel game: small candies vocab pictures for the lesson vocab wrapping paper Santa (G.B. Father Christmas), Rudolph, presents, Christmas tree,decorations, roast turkey, Christmas pudding Santa Maze 2 We Wish You A Merry Christmas (alternative lyrics)orJingle Bells (alternative lyrics) Various Christmas songs CD for background music CD / Tape playerESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Page 1 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersLesson Overview:Warm Up and Maintenance:1. Welcome students and do usual pre-lesson routine.2. Lead into Christmas Lesson and teach "Santa" (or G.B. "Father Christmas")New Learning and Practice:1. Review vocab: Santa (G.B. Father Christmas), Rudolph, sleigh, presents, Christmastree, decorations, roast turkey, Christmas pudding2. Play "Flashcard Touch" and "Missing Flashcard"3. Make Christmas Cards.4. Present Christmas cards and Sing "We Wish You A Merry Christmas".5. Play "Flashcard Pass the parcel"6. Play "Musical Chairs" or "Musical Cushions"7. If you still have time, play another Christmas party game.Wrap Up:1. Assign Homework: "Santa Maze 2"2. Do usual post-lesson routine and say goodbye to students.Lesson Procedure:Warm Up and Maintenance:1. Start the lesson as you usually would (E.g. Hello song, "What's your name?", "How areyou?", homework check, etc.).2. Explain that today you are going to have a funChristmas party! Put on your Christmas songs CD asbackground music. If you still have the paper chaindecorations from the last lesson, put them up aroundthe room.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Page 2 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersNew Learning and Practice:1. Review vocab: Santa (G.B. Father Christmas), Rudolph, sleigh, presents, Christmas tree,decorations, roast turkey, Christmas puddingBefore class, hide these flashcards around the room.Model by showing you are looking for the Santa flashcard.Hunt around the room until you find the card. Now tellthe students to find the other flashcards.2. Play "Flashcard Touch" and "Missing Flashcard"Flashcard Touch: Lay the flashcards out on the floor. Tell your students to put their hands inthe air. Then T calls out a flashcard (e.g. "Christmas Tree!").Students have to touch the card as quickly as they can. Playfor a few rounds until you have done all of the flashcards.Missing Flashcard: Tell your students to close their eyes.Take away a flashcard and tell the Ss to open their eyesagain. Ask "Which picture is missing?". Students have toshout out the missing flashcard. Play a few rounds.Note: For larger groups, divide your Ss into groups of 6-8 and play the games in their groups.3. Make Christmas Cards.Christmas cards are easy and fun to make in class with some construction paper andcommon craft supplies. Before class, you'll need to cut out enough card for each student.Tell your students they are going to make aChristmas card for one of their classmates. Eitherassign a classmate for each student to make a cardfor or let them chose themselves. Then havestudents draw, paint or use felt to make a Christmasscene on the card (Santa, holly, a Christmas Tree ,etc.). Students can then decorate the cards withglitter, cotton wool for snow, shiny stickers, etc.Older kids can write a Christmas message inside thecard and for smaller kids you can help them writetheir own message (even get them to trace over amessage written lightly in pencil). Make sure theyinclude their classmate's name with the message.Finally, the Ss put their Christmas card into an envelope.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Page 3 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers4. Present Christmas Cards and Sing "We Wish You A Merry Christmas".Get all the kids sitting in groups with the Christmas treepine cones they made in the last class. Teach theexpressions "Merry Christmas", "Here you are" and"Thank you". Then model giving a Christmas card to astudent whist saying the expressions. Then have thestudents give their Christmas cards to their classmateswhile saying the expressions. Everyone can now opentheir Christmas cards. Ask some student questionsabout their cards (e.g. Who was your card from? What isthe picture? What does it say inside?).Now sing the carol from last week's lesson.(You can download this carol with adapted lyrics from our website).Use the following lyrics with the song:Chorus:We wish you a Merry Christmas,We wish you a Merry Christmas,We wish you a Merry Christmas,And a Happy New Year.Verse 2:Our Christmas tree's up,With decorations,We'll eat a roast turkey,And Christmas pudding.Verse 1:Santa and Rudolph,Will fly in their sleigh,We'll open our presents,And have a great day!ChorusChorusVerse 2 againESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Verse 1 againChorusPage 4 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids TeachersBefore playing the song, line up the flashcards on the floor or the board.Then, play the song and prompt the words by touching the flashcards.Jingle BellsWe also have an adapted version of the carol "Jingle Bells" which you may want to use instead of oras well as "We Wish You A Merry Christmas". You can download this from our website.5. Play "Flashcard Pass the parcel"All kids love this game! Before class prepare the parcel.Make sure you have enough candies for each student anda picture / flashcard of the Christmas vocab for eachstudent. The idea is for each layer of the parcel to have acandy stuck to vocab picture (e.g. Santa, Christmas tree,etc.). When each wrapping paper is removed the studentwill have to correctly say the word of the picture in orderto keep the candy. Wrap up the first candy / picture andthen for each layer add another picture / candy.Play the game sitting in a big circle. Play Christmas music and have everyone pass the parcelaround the circle until you stop the music. The student who unwraps the first layer has tosay the word for the picture to get the candy. Keep going and make sure every student has achance to remove a layer and get a candy.6. Play "Musical Chairs" or "Musical Cushions"Put enough chairs or cushions in a circle for each student, lessone (e.g. if you have 10 students put out 9 chairs or cushions).Play the music and have the students walk, skip around thecircle of chairs. When you stop the music the students have toscramble to sit down on a chair. The student remaining is out.For the next round remove a chair. Finally, the game will have 2students and one chair and the winner is the only oneremaining.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Page 5 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers7. If you still have time, play another Christmas party game.We have lots of Christmas games & activities - select any you feel will work well.Wrap Up:1. Assign Homework: "Santa Maze 2" worksheet.2. Do your usual end of class routine (tidy up, put away things in their bags, sing "Goodbyesong", etc.3. As each student goes to the door to leave the classroom show them a flashcard andelicit the word (e.g. Santa). If they get the word right, they can leave. If wrong, theyhave to go to the back of the line and try again. All flashcards, worksheets and craft sheets used in this lesson plan can bedownloaded at eslkidstuff.com.Can you suggest any additions to this lesson plan? If you know of any great games, activities,teaching points, links to other sites or any other ideas that can be added to this lesson plan,please email us: http://www.eslkidstuff.com/contact.htmPlease report any mistakes at http://www.eslkidstuff.com/contact.htmThis lesson plan was produced by ESL KidStuff (http://www.eslkidstuff.com) and is coveredby copyright.ESL KidStuff Lesson Plan:Christmas 2Page 6 of 6Copyright ESL KidStuffAll rights reserved

Christmas card for one of their classmates. Either assign a classmate for each student to make a card for or let them chose themselves. Then have students draw, paint or use felt to make a Christmas scene on the card (Santa, holly, a Christmas Tree , etc.). Students can then decorate the car

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