A fully interactive online experience for around 10 groups of students joining the lesson with their teacher at school. This type of lesson is recommended for learning, taking place face-to-face, in class, allowing students to see and interact with each other in a live environment.
|Who joins:||whole group|
|How many participants:||up to 10 groups|
|Interaction:||face-to-face, breakout rooms|
|Recommended as:||a full project experience and cultural interaction|
An alternative to Live Classes for individual students joining the lesson on their own, at home. This type of lessons is recommended for distance teaching, such as schools and students during lockdown periods.
|Who joins:||individual students|
|How many participants:||up to 500 students|
|Recommended as:||alternative to Live Classes for distance teaching, lockdown|
Trainer: Chloë Dennis
Students’ age: 9-12
Topic: Festivals around the world
Festivals, seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, costume, masks, smart clothes, traditional food, sweets, lanterns, float, parade, fireworks, drums, decorations, sculptures
What is your favourite festival? Let’s watch a video about a festival in Japan and talk about one in our country.
In this lesson, students will:
- expand their vocabulary for talking about festivals
- watch a video about a festival
- discuss what they enjoy doing in a festival
- describe a popular festival in your country and find out about another one around the world