The Bear and the Hare – a Christmas lesson plan

Take an occasionally controversial singer out of a short, self-imposed retirement, give her a Keane song to cover, add a bear, a hare and a beautifully crafted Christmas cartoon, mix with some activities focussing on listening, speaking and vocabulary development, and you have our Christmas lesson plan for this year.

Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.

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6 Comments on “The Bear and the Hare – a Christmas lesson plan”

  1. Nicky says:

    Wow, big compliments to you!! What a fantastic lesson plan. I was just searching for things to do next week but I can use this one straight away!!

    • All.at.C says:

      Thanks Nicky. We hope your students enjoy the lesson.
      Steve and Tom

      • Nicky says:

        Well they sure did!! It was a big success. Thanks again……and I took a dive into your other written material. You make really great things, creative and original. I think I’m going to use one of the other lesson plans soon again. Thanks for sharing!

      • All.at.C says:

        Good to hear that the Bear and the Hare went well. Thanks for the feedback and kind words, Nicky!

  2. […] Take an occasionally controversial singer out of a short, self-imposed retirement, give her a Keane song to cover, add a bear, a hare and a beautifully crafted Christmas cartoon, mix with some acti…  […]

  3. […] Take an occasionally controversial singer out of a short, self-imposed retirement, give her a Keane song to cover, add a bear, a hare and a beautifully crafted Christmas cartoon, mix with some activities focussing on listening, speaking and vocabulary development, and you have our Christmas lesson plan for this year.  […]


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