Some are images, visual input which can provide content for learning and speaking. Most of them are shared by educators in their posts on social networks.
I am sharing them online as I feel that today free resources and lots of documents can be used or adapted for any lesson plan dealing with the topic and also history and English lessons.
My Easter and Passover page https://t.co/Ft2iZphY7p "Passover and Easter are the only Jewish and Christian holidays that move in sync, like the ice skating pairs we saw during the winter Olympics." Marvin Olasky#edchat pic.twitter.com/VXA0Eum29i— Jerry Blumengarten (@cybraryman1) 1 aprile 2018
How did the #Victorians celebrate Easter? They sent each other Easter cards, the more bizarre, the better of course, and when stamp costs fell drastically in the 1870s, sending mail a few times a day became a thing. @VictorianWeb @LCVSLeeds #EasterWeekend pic.twitter.com/6iCL035saP— Evie Dunmore (@evie_dunmore) 30 marzo 2018
Easter in timehttps://t.co/gJy0b0S6Wj— Tiziana Angiolini (@Virginiawoolf64) 1 aprile 2018
Anthippi from Greece shared her ebook created by using an interesting app- I wish to thank her as we have been doing a lot of courses online and she's suggested useful tips and ideas for enhancing our teaching:
Happy Easter Holiday with a short @writereaderapp Easter #EFL #ESL book https://t.co/IAafbIfwvr pic.twitter.com/jeG38nVPGM— Anthippi Harou 💻 (@AnthippiHarou) 30 marzo 2018
Some quotes and tweets can also help us reflect as educators and how to help our learners become responsible citizens of this world: here is one which I have found " encouraging " and " useful" for our learners: we do teach English and other subjects but we are educators and need to help think deeply-
“You may not have saved a lot of money in your life, but if you have saved a lot of heartaches for other folks, you are a pretty rich man.”— Brad L. Brasseur (@brbrasseur) 30 marzo 2018
~Seth Parker pic.twitter.com/eiePnmjlfx
A lot of images with cards are available online and they can be used for describing images in English language lessons. Just check the source and provide the right credit.
Link to the image on Wikimedia
There are many more resources online and teachers just need to focus on what skills they want their students to enhance.