We're already in the second week of December, so it's time for many of us to put together a special Christmas lesson. I thought I would add a few links here to some teaching materials that you can use in the next couple of weeks.
Karenne Sylvester of Kalinago English has a brilliant lesson titled Conversations at Christmas.
Sean Banville has many many excellent activities in his Breaking News Christmas Lesson.
Alex Case has a collection of Christmas (and New Year) handouts and lesson plans.
Nicholas Whitley has a superb set of handouts for use with the Run D.M.C. song, Christmas in Hollis.
BBC's Teaching English website has a number of Christmas activities for young learners, as well as a few for the older ones, such as The Office Christmas Party, 25th December and Men and Christmas Shopping.
One Stop English has a Christmas webquest and a reading lesson plan on Santa.
If that's still not enough, Isabel Perez has a huge collection of links to Christmas lessons (readings, songs, worksheets, puzzles, etc.), and Larry Ferlazzo has a list of The Best Places To Learn About Christmas, Hanukkah, & Kwanzaa.
Finally, a lesson idea I like to use around this time of year - Gift Sentences from Dave's ESL Cafe.
Any other suggestions for Christmas/holiday lessons?