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Winter magic
Winter magic
Winter magic
Winter magic
Winter magic
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Winter magic

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Christmas is one of the most wonderful celebration of the year. It is the time for a new beginning and for new dreams. Its magic makes people better, Its splendour thrills. It si the time of giving …

Christmas is one of the most wonderful celebration of the year. It is the time for a new beginning and for new dreams. Its magic makes people better, Its splendour thrills. It si the time of giving and sharing. And it is a great opportunity for teachers to make a lesson which will be so inspiring to their students.

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  • 1. Winter Magic<br />Presentation by VioricaCondrat<br />
  • 2. Christmas<br />has the magical power to bring delight and joy to our heart. No matter whether one is spendthrift or scrooge, idealist or gloomy, cynical or naive, this festival has the magic to make everyone nicer, kinder, and gentler. The occasion heartily greets the new and prosperous year coming ahead. The festival is a way of celebrating a new today rather than regretting past sorrow. <br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 3. How Christmas makes you feel?<br />happy<br />sad<br />greedy<br />lonely<br />desperate hopeful<br />friendly<br />generous <br />distressed<br />cheerful<br />merry<br />miserable<br /> blissful<br />jolly<br />hopeless<br />charitable<br />stingy<br />excited<br />Christmas makes me …………. What about you? <br />(work with the adjectives)<br />Christmas is the season of ………, isn’t it? <br />(work with the nouns)<br />Imagine there’s no Christmas. How would you feel then?<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 4. Matching <br />covered with snow<br />unable to travel, go out, etc. because of heavy falls of snow<br />a fall of snow on one occasion<br />a small white flower appearing at the end of winter or early spring<br />a figure of a man made with snow, esp. by children for fun<br />any of the soft small groups of ice crystals that fall as snow<br />frozen water that falls to the ground from the sky in soft white flakes<br />a mass of snow shaped into a firm ball<br />(of mountains and hills) covered with snow<br />pure white<br />snow<br />snowy<br />snow-white<br />snowball<br />snowbound<br />snowcapped<br />snowdrop<br />snowfall<br />snowflake<br />snowman<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 5. Insert the missing word <br />Children are making a …………………<br />snowman<br />Children are throwing ………………… at each other.<br />snowballs<br />snowfall<br />A heavy ………………… overnight made travelling difficult.<br />snow<br />Children were playing in the ………………….<br />snow-white<br />My grandma has got ………………… hair.<br />snowy<br />I like the …………………. streets in winter.<br />Snowflakes<br /> ………………. are melting in his hands.<br />snowbound<br />We were …………………. in the cottage for two weeks.<br />Snowdrops<br /> ………………. are my favorite flowers.<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 6. Winter Fun<br />What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?<br />It’s Christmas, Eve.<br />What do snowmen eat for breakfast?<br />Snowflakes<br />What do you call a snowman’s party?<br />Snowball<br />What do you call an <br />old snowman?<br />Water<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 7. Santa’s Vehicle<br />sleigh<br />Can you imagine Santa <br />on any other vehicle?<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 8. What are the three stages of a man?<br />1. He believes in Santa Claus.<br />2. He doesn’t believe in Santa Claus.<br />3. He is Santa Claus.<br />Why Santa doesn’t come to grown-ups?<br />If you want the great gift giver<br />If you want the great gift giver<br />To come on his sleigh and deliver<br />Then remember this simple rhyme<br />And recall it at Christmas time<br />‘If in Santa you do not believe<br />Christmas gifts you will not receive.’<br />Christmas gifts you will not receive.’<br />And recall it at Christmas time<br />To come on his sleigh and deliver<br />‘If in Santa you do not believe<br />Then remember this simple rhyme<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 9. Writing in group <br />You are going to write a story in group knowing only the last line of the previous fellow-student.<br />Just for fun ;)<br />A little girl climbed onto Santa’s lap. Santa asked the usual: ‘And what would you like for Christmas?’<br />The child stared at him opened mouthed and horrified for a moment, then gasped: ‘Didn’t you get my E-mail?’<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 10. Snowball Fight<br />Get in pairs. Make sure there’s at least two metre distance between you. <br />Take one clean sheet of paper. Write a wish on it. Crumple it, then throw as if you were throwing a snowball. The pair who manages to throw more Christmas wishes than the others in five minutes wins.<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 11. Come in front. You will be given a few lines from a well-known Christmas song. You will have to mime what is written there and let you fellow-students guess the song.<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 12. Decorating the Christmas Tree<br />The Christmas balls on this tree have some words on them. They are taken from a well-known Christmas carol. In groups arrange the two first stanzas of the carol. Glue them on the tree in the correct order.<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 13. Kindle the flame of ………….in your heart.<br />In groups of three write down on the given candle the wish and the encouragement you would like to address to the ones you love. Then glue it on the tree.<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 14. Christmas Reading<br />The adjectives are missing in the story you were given. Insert the adjectives in the right place.<br />The story does not have an ending. Give your own ending to it.<br />How would you entitle such a story?<br />Retell the story as if you were …………<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />
  • 15. MERRY CHRISTMAS<br />Presentation by Viorica Condrat<br />

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