Phrasal Verb

to get into

(to start enjoying something, or to become enthusiastic about it)

We get into the spirit of Christmas when we put up the Christmas tree.

Idiom

Lit up like a Christmas tree

(To describe someone’s sudden very happy mood).

Jane lit up like a Christmas tree when she opened her present.

Pronunciation

Unit 5 – Cup

Vocabulary

Unit 45 Special Events p.98

Speaking
Mindest 2

Unit 8  p.163 (as many as time for)

Part 2

A festival in your country

60 Topics for IELTS Speaking

Part 1 – Celebrations

Show book via Scribd, go through ideas: nouns, adjectives, verbs, grammar

Listening
Mindest 2

Unit 8  p.158 (as many as time for)

Audio Location

Computer (Bluetooth) #68

Writing
Mindest 2

Unit 8 p.154 (as many as time for)

Homework
Reading
IELTS Academic

Textbook: Cambridge Practise Tests
Diagram Label Completion – Dung Beetles

IELTS General

Textbook: Cambridge Practise Tests
Matching Features – History of Cinema

General English
Textbook: N/A

The Man Behind the Story of Father Christmas

Writing
IELTS Academic / IELTS General / GENERAL English (Intermediate)

Task 2
Ask Ss to write down:

Some celebrations have lost their original meaning and these occasions have become too much about spending money. What problems can this cause? What could be done to change the situation?

GENERAL English (Pre-Intermediate)

Complete the ‘Talking about a festival in your county’ template with as many words as you can think of. Then complete these sentences.
1. The festival is called………..
2. At the festival we………..
3. We drink…………and we eat…………..
4. The food is made of ……………
5. I enjoy this festival because……….
6. Other festivals that are celebrated in my country are…………
7. At these festivals they celebrate……………..
8. My family also get together to celebrate………..

Grammar
GENERAL English (Pre-Intermediate)

Textbook: Cambridge English Grammar in Use – Elementary (Murphy)
Unit 2 Questions using – am/is/are

GENERAL English (Intermediate)

Textbook: OneStopEnglish
Present and Past Participles