Thanksgiving Wishes (and one activity!)

This week I’ll take a short break from blogging. I’ll need some extra time to bake my pumpkin pies and stuff the 13-pound turkey that’s currently thawing in the fridge. To all who are celebrating Thanksgiving this Thursday, I wish you a warm and peaceful holiday. May your plate be full, may conversation be pleasant,…

Happy Thanksgiving and Many Thanks!

Happy Thanksgiving to all celebrating this coming Thursday!  I’ll be with my family over this long holiday weekend, but I’ll return next week with a regular post. I send my warm thanks to all my readers. Thank you for allowing me to share tips and ideas for teaching English. If you and your students would…

Thanksgiving Wishes!

There are many things I’m thankful for. I’m sure you feel the same way. Whether you’re celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday or not, I send you my warm wishes. I also thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and consider my ideas. Happy Thanksgiving!

Holiday Wishes

Dear Readers: Thank you for your continued support. I will return after the Thanksgiving holiday with a new post. Warm wishes to all of you and your families! Regards, Jennifer In need of holiday-related materials for your lessons? Check out previous posts: Collection of Ideas 2010 Surprise Gift: An activity to practice giving and receiving gifts What…

Thanksgiving Thoughts: Last minute ideas for the classroom

Those especially teaching in EFL settings might like to have a bigger choice of materials to finish off this week. Here in the U.S. the school week is ending today so that we may prepare for Thanksgiving Day. If you would like to include one more activity to deepen students’ understanding of this holiday, please…

Surprise Gift: An activity to practice giving and receiving gifts

Last year as Thanksgiving Day approached I became reflective, and in one post I recalled what I was thankful for as a teacher. This year I am just as grateful, but I’ll try to offer something more pratical. Whether you choose to use the following activity in connection to Thanksgiving or simply include it as a warm-up one day,…

What are you thankful for?

Soon Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving. Whether you’re in the U.S. or not, we can all take a moment to express what we as teachers are thankful for. My top 10 are as follows: 1. I’m thankful I found my calling: English language instruction. 2.  I’m thankful I’ve had students who have placed their trust in…