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Chinese New Year Activities for your EFL Classroom


shutterstock_222402865In recognition of the lunar new year on January 28th and to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, we’ve created some resources for your language learning classroom. Former contributors Vanessa Esteves, Julietta Schoenmann, and Christopher Graham have come up with a range of activities and tasks for young learners and secondary level learners through to adult learners that we hope you’ll enjoy. Happy New Year!

Young Learner Resources:

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Secondary Resources: 

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Adult Resources:

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2 thoughts on “Chinese New Year Activities for your EFL Classroom

  1. Reblogged this on hungarywolf.

  2. The worksheets look great, but I’ve never heard that goats are included in the 12 animals of Chinese zodiac. I think it is better to change goat to ram or sheep.

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