English Lesson Plans for New Year’s

We hope you will start the new year with one of our New Year’s lesson plans from our Holiday & Events section. These lesson plans are suitable to use throughout January while you’re talking about holidays and resolutions.

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ESL Lesson Plans for Christmas

We have ready-made ESL materials to use throughout the Christmas season. This week’s featured lesson is available for beginner, low-intermediate, or high-intermediate learners.

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ESL Lesson Plans for American Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving takes place on November 26. Check out our ready-made low- and high-intermediate lessons.

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ESL Lesson Plans for Remembrance Day / Veterans Day

This week’s featured lesson is all about the war remembrance services that take place on November 11 for Remembrance Day / Veterans Day / Armistice Day. Preview the available lessons to choose which level is appropriate for your learners. These lessons are available in US or CAD spelling.

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English Lesson Plan for Guy Fawkes Night

Try this week’s featured lesson about the 1605 Gunpowder plot.

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ESL Lesson Plans for Canadian Thanksgiving

We have low- and high-intermediate lessons about Thanksgiving for our Canadian teachers.

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ESL Lesson Plan for World Vegetarian Day

October 1 is World Vegetarian Day. Try our ready-made Health Matters lesson: 10 Reasons Why People Choose Vegetarianism.

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ESL Lessons about Alternative Education

For some kids, going back to school doesn’t mean going back to a traditional classroom. Visit our Discussion Starters section and try our ready-made lessons about Homeschooling and Digital Learning. We also have a Back-to-School Lesson Collection.

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ESL Lesson Plan for Women’s Equality Day

Women’s Equality Day takes place on August 26. Try this week’s featured Discussion Starters lesson on Gender Inequality

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ESL Lesson Plan for Left-Handers’ Day

Do you have some southpaws in your class? Try our ready-made lesson about Left-Handers’ Day.

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