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Sustainable Halloween Language Lesson

Sustainable Halloween Language Lesson

Why is Green the New Orange this Halloween?

Halloween is such a popular topic in language classes throughout October. Are you getting ready for your Halloween-themed classes? Although you probably want to focus on the fun element, yet may also be looking for something a bit different. A great way to do this is with a sustainable Halloween language lesson. In this way, you can look at reducing the environmental impact of the festivals we celebrate. For instance, check out this advice on how to have a scary, green Halloween. The reasons you should make this topic green are numerous. Firstly, education needs to focus on the environmental crises that we face, and language teaching is no exception. Secondly, this will make your lesson stand out from the other Halloween lessons that students have. Thirdly, it will add an interesting and important angle to a festival that your learners are already familiar with. Finally, it provides an engaging context for students to improve their communication skills.

What happens in this sustainable halloween language lesson?

In this lesson, your students will have a great learning experience in a number of ways. First of all, they talk about Halloween. After that, they study an infographic about the waste created by Halloween. Finally, they will investigate ways to enjoy the festival while reducing the environmental impact it has.

What is the lesson like?

The lesson is very flexible and can be a whole class, or it can fit into your existing lesson. Added to this, it can be used with adults and young learners. Furthermore, it is fully online and can be used in the face-to-face or online classroom. Most importantly it is engaging, visually appealing, and based on a solid methodology.

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How do you plan to address sustainability this Halloween? If you have any ideas, share them in the comments or via the contact page!

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