While I was reading superstitions,I noticed there are a bunch of them that sound anachronistic today, e.g. "Never carry a hoe into the house," or "ItÂs bad luck to let a fire go out on New YearÂ´s Eve." Why not modernize them a bit? Page 1. includes the nice, original fonts, embedded in the image, upon which I superposed the five sentences and the discussion questions in text boxes in case youÂ´d want to edit them. On Page 2 all of the text is editable, including the title and the introduction. Page three features a vocabulary list. You could start the class with giving just the key words of the superstitions, and letting Ss guess, e.g. "You carry a hoe into the house," "What will happen?" Enjoy! PS. If you have time, let me know if this activity worked in your class, since I just created it, and havenÂ´t tried it yet.) I am open to some suggestions on how to improve it. Bless up, Kisdobos :)
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
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