St. Patrick’s Day gives us a wonderful occasion to talk about luck. You could have a lesson on vocabulary, a lesson about superstitions (great for real and unreal conditionals), or a class discussion about cultural traditions. For more ideas, see an older post published in honor this March holiday.
In an upcoming video lesson in my Language Notes series, I’ve decided to focus on luck idioms and expressions we use to talk about good and bad luck. I won’t be able to include every single one in existence, but a good many will be presented. I also created an interactive crossword for learners to check their knowledge. If you have class time to give speaking and writing practice with this language, please consider my Feeling Lucky_handout. Both the crossword and the handout could be used independent of the video.
Do you have a useful and fun holiday activity to share?