Thursday, February 14, 2013

A Valentine's Day ESL Lesson: adjective clauses

Integrating holidays into your ESL lessons is a wonderful way to teach culture, reading, writing, and grammar at the same time. This is an example of an advanced ESL lesson integrating grammar with adjective clauses and the topic of Valentine's  Day. Students will always come up with unique stories and funny ideas with this activity. This is great to get your students working on creative writing and sparks spontaneity within your classroom. Many students are surprised to find out that with a little help from their classmates, they can come up with great stories in no time! Obviously more discussion can take place, I had only 20 minutes to teach this demo lesson, so on slide 2 you can extend the time to 5-10 minutes.









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