Lesson of the Week – Remembrance Day

Our Lesson of the Week is our Holiday English lesson plan on Remembrance Day. We have a beginner and an intermediate Remembrance Day lesson plan. This holiday is known as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, Poppy Day, or Veterans Day. Students learn important history and vocabulary as well as the significance of the poppy.

Remembrance Day Podcasts


ESL-Library Podcasts on iTunesWe have a podcast of both readings that your students can listen to for homework via iTunes before you use the lesson. You can also play the audio in class from our blog.
Remembrance Day Podcast: Low Level
Remembrance Day Podcast: High Intermediate

ESL Lesson Plan

Check out our full collection of Holiday English Lesson Plans.

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  1. ESL Library Staff says:

    Nov 11, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Hi Jane,

    Thanks for your message. We have subscribers from all over the world and we try to provide materials that would be of interest to learners from many different countries. Our Remembrance Day lesson mentions that this holiday is called different things in different countries. Even though we are based in Canada, we do not focus on Canadian events and issues.

    Have you seen our American Presidents section? Also, our Mini-Debates section discusses some American issues. We also cover many Americans in our Famous People section. If you have a specific request for a lesson based on an American holiday, custom, or figure, please let us know. We love requests.

    Cheers,
    Tara

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    Jane Moore says:

    Nov 11, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    I would like to have lessons that are geared towards people living in the US rather than Canada. For example your Remembrance Day is Veterans Day in the US. Your lessons also use Canadian cities. I would prefer US cities. Do you have anything like this available? Thanks.

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