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Also in the Learnwell series:
Fun with flashcards. 150+ ideas for using flashcards in the classroom. (available in Swedish and
English as e-books free of charge)
Diary of a student of Swedish. (available in Swedish and English as e-books free of charge)
Vocabulary and picture prompts for language teaching-book 1. (available in English as an e-book
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Vocabulary and picture prompts for language teaching-book 2. (available in English as an e-book
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LEARNWELL CARDS
Vocabulary cards. Mixed pictures
Vocabulary cards. Animals
Grammar cards. Prepositions of place (in, on, at)
Grammatik. Tidsuttryck
Grammatik. Oregelbundna verb i preteritum

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In tro du c tion to “The L anguage Menu ” projec t �������������������������� 5


Witch vo c abular y matching exercis e��������������������������������������� 6
Halloween lab el the pic ture ������������������������������������������������� 8
Halloween fram e work �������������������������������������������������������� 9
Halloween fram e work (answer sheet) ��������������������������������� 10
Halloween crossword �������������������������������������������������������� 11
Halloween bingo kit ���������������������������������������������������������� 12
Halloween adjec tives - True or fals e������������������������������������ 18
Halloween adjec tives - True or fals e (answer sheet) �������������� 19
A Haun ted Hous e by Virginia Woolf p ar t 1 ��������������������������� 2 0
A Haun ted Hous e by Virginia Woolf p ar t 2 ��������������������������� 21
“Trick or treat ” num b ered work sheet ��������������������������������� 2 2
Halloween A4 s tor y pic ture ������������������������������������������������ 2 3
Halloween tex t fla sh c ards - Ghos t rid dles����������������������������� 24
Halloween pic ture fla shc ards ��������������������������������������������� 2 8
Introduction to “The Language Menu”
project

“The Language Menu” is an educational project from Learnwell Oy which provides teachers and
students across the world FREE resources and ready-made exercises to be used in classes, along
with the much needed tools to create original and personalized materials. Teachers seeking to use
web-based activities in their classroom and students who seek material for independent study will
find a common space on The Language Menu website.

The worksheets in this “Halloween material package” have been created using the tools, vocabu-
lary and clip-art available on our website.

At the moment the website offers 35 languages, which in the next few months will be increased to
over 50. This will enable you to make bilingual material in more than 2380 language combinations.
Our collection of online tools, currently numbering over 17 , is also expanding over the following
months.

The Language Menu is a free site to all to make language education easier, more accessible and
more fun. Let us know if you have any requests and feel free to share your opinions with us. We
take your opinions seriously and we are always open to new ideas!

Here are some of the tools used to create this Halloween material package. You can
click on the name of the tool to go to our webpage and create your own material:

BINGO BOARD GENERATOR TOOL

This game is played like bingo, but pictures are used instead of numbers. Print out a page for each
of your students. Each student will also need a dozen of small pins to mark their board. Someone
(the teacher or a student) picks cards from the deck , and if a student has that picture on his board,
he covers it . The winner is the first person to cover all pictures in a row (horizontal, vertical or
diagonal). The winner calls out “Bingo!” Print out all the cards and as many sheets as there are
people playing.

CROSSWORD MAKER

Print out as many copies of the crossword as you need, along with an automatic answer sheet
(that the teacher can use). Students love crosswords and you can use this worksheet for lesson-
enhancing activities.

FLASHCARD AND DOMINO GENERATOR

You can create a general set of flashcards for general use in the class, or you can create a set for
every student. You can put the flashcards in a hat and ask the students to pick one. You may ask
them to make a sentence with the word, to act out the word or to write down a definition. You can
play “I have/who has” using pictures and words, or words and definitions.

FRAMEWORK GENERATOR

Print out as many copies of the framework as you need, along with an automatic answer sheet
(that the teacher can use). You can use this worksheet for lesson-enhancing activities.

MATCHING EXERCISE GENERATOR

Print out as many copies of the label the pictures worksheet as you need. You can use this worksheet
for vocabulary practice, or to introduce a grammar activity (give the plural of the words, etc.)
MISSING WORDS GENERATOR

This tool allows you to create text with blanks inserted for missing words. Your students can
then fill in the missing words by referring to a list of word clues. Print out as many copies of the
worksheet as you need. This exercise can be done individually or as a whole class activity to review
a text already studied or to introduce a new lesson.

LABEL THE PICTURES GENERATOR

Print out as many copies of the label the pictures worksheet as you need. You can use this worksheet
for vocabulary practice, or to introduce a grammar activity (give the plural of the words, etc.

“The Language Menu” project has been funded by:

Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland

Finnish-Danish Cultural Foundation


Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Foundation

Swedish National Association of the Deaf which gave us the use of their pictures of
the Swedish sign language alphabet for our ClipArt gallery

Visit http://eng.teachers.thelanguagemenu.com/ to get more acquainted with our project.

The Language Menu

“Happy teaching!”

Veronica Gilhooly

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Witch vocabulary
1. Athane A black handled knife.

2. Broom A figure from an ancient magical alphabet.

3. Cauldron A five pointed star.

4. Knotting A large kettle.

5. Pentacle A magical method used to release magical energy..

6. Rune A phrase supposed to have magic power.

7. Sigil A seal or signet.

8. Spell A special pack of cards.

9. Tarot A way to reverse any bad luck wished onto you.

10. Uncrossing spell An implement for sweeping.

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Witch vocabulary
11. Asperge A male witch.

12. Clairvoyance A slender stick or rod.

13. Equinox A wooden pole similar to a two- or three pronged trident.

14. Herbalism Ability to foresee the future, intuition, visions..

15. Invocation An amulet or a charm.

16. Sorcery Black magic or witchery.

17. Stang The act of calling upon a deity or a spirit.

18. Talisman The study/use of the medicinal properties of plants.

19. Wand To sprinkle liquid with a wand or another ritual tool.

20. Warlock When the sun is exactly over the Earth's equator

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Halloween
bat ghost grave
grim reaper hunchback pumpkin
skeleton skull and crossbones spider
vampire werewolf witch

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Halloween
Carved pumpkin Night flying mammals
Halloween month ____ or Treat!
Placed over your face Disguise
Scary creatures Human that transforms into a wolf
Stirs potions in a cauldron Web creator
A house where ghosts live is considered ______ Dracula is one of these
Scary A small grotesque supernatural creature
A preserved body The bones of a human or an animal

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Halloween
Carved pumpkin Night flying mammals
Halloween month ____ or Treat!
Placed over your face Disguise
Scary creatures Human that transforms into a wolf
Stirs potions in a cauldron Web creator
A house where ghosts live is considered ______ Dracula is one of these
Scary A small grotesque supernatural creature
A preserved body The bones of a human or an animal

v a m p i r e

O b o n

j a c k o l a n t e r n n

t t r h s

w e r e w o l f s i a t

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t r e m a s k p n r

c i r u c i t s

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m l e d

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Halloween crossword
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

9. 10. 11.

8 10
s 2
5 9 3

7
1 c 11

e 6

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Halloween bingo 1

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Halloween bingo 2

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Halloween bingo 3

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Halloween bingo 4

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Halloween bingo 5

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Halloween bingo 6

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Halloween adjectives
1.cackling - to make an evil, witch-like laughing sound

% V

2.evil - very bad in thought and behavior

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3.gruesome - containing evil spirits or ghosts

% V

4.hideous - terribly shocking and sickening

% V

5.howling - making a long, loud cry like a wolf or a dog

% V

6.shrieking - sounding like a high-pitched, terrified screaming

% V

7.haunted - very shocked and scared

% V

8.horrified - describes something which is so sickening and ugly that you can't look at
it

% V

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Halloween adjectives
1.cackling - to make an evil, witch-like laughing sound

% V

2.evil - very bad in thought and behavior

% V

3.gruesome - containing evil spirits or ghosts

% V

4.hideous - terribly shocking and sickening

% V

5.howling - making a long, loud cry like a wolf or a dog

% V

6.shrieking - sounding like a high-pitched, terrified screaming

% V

7.haunted - very shocked and scared

% V

8.horrified - describes something which is so sickening and ugly that you can't look at
it

% V

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A Haunted House by Virginia Woolf part 1
"The But Death Whatever and
curtain," drew floor, ghostly green
hand in into it it,
it," it,' its loft. of
one open, rare, reading, sought
sounding stoop the the then?
to years

_______ hour you woke there was a door shutting. From room to room they went, _______ in
hand, lifting here, opening there, making sure--a ghostly couple.

"Here we left _______ she said. And he added, "Oh, but here tool" "It's upstairs," she
murmured. "And _______ the garden," he whispered. "Quietly," they said, "or we shall wake
them."

But _______ wasn't that you woke us. Oh, no. "They're looking for it; they're drawing the
_______ one might say, and so read on a page or two. "Now they've found _______ one would
be certain, stopping the pencil on the margin. And then, tired of _______ one might rise and see
for oneself, the house all empty, the doors standing _______ only the wood pigeons bubbling
with content and the hum of the threshing machine _______ from the farm. "What did I come in
here for? What did I want _______ find?" My hands were empty. "Perhaps its upstairs then?"
The apples were in the _______ And so down again, the garden still as ever, only the book had
slipped _______ the grass.

But they had found it in the drawing room. Not that _______ could ever see them. The
windowpanes reflected apples, reflected roses; all the leaves were _______ in the glass. If they
moved in the drawing room, the apple only turned _______ yellow side. Yet, the moment after,
if the door was opened, spread about the _______ hung upon the walls, pendant from the
ceiling--what? My hands were empty. The shadow _______ a thrush crossed the carpet; from
the deepest wells of silence the wood pigeon _______ its bubble of sound. "Safe, safe, safe"
the pulse of the house beat softly. _______ treasure buried; the room . . ." the pulse stopped
short. Oh, was that _______ buried treasure?
A moment later the light had faded. Out in the garden _______ But the trees spun darkness for
a wandering beam of sun. So fine, so _______ coolly sunk beneath the surface the beam I
sought always burned behind the glass. _______ was the glass; death was between us, coming
to the woman first, hundreds of _______ ago, leaving the house, sealing all the windows; the
rooms were darkened. He left _______ left her, went North, went East, saw the stars turned in
the Southern sky; _______ the house, found it dropped beneath the Downs. "Safe, safe, safe,"
the pulse of _______ house beat gladly. 'The Treasure yours."

The wind roars up the avenue. Trees _______ and bend this way and that. Moonbeams splash
and spill wildly in the rain. _______ the beam of the lamp falls straight from the window. The
candle burns stiff _______ still. Wandering through the house, opening the windows, whispering
not to wake us, the _______ couple seek their joy.

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A Haunted House by Virginia Woolf part 2

"Here we slept," she says. And he adds, "Kisses without number." "Waking in the
morning--" "Silver between the trees--" "Upstairs--" 'In the garden--" "When summer
came--" 'In winter snow-time--" "The doors go shutting far in the distance, gently
knocking like the pulse of a heart.

Nearer they come, cease at the doorway. The wind falls, the rain slides silver down the
glass. Our eyes darken, we hear no steps beside us; we see no lady spread her ghostly
cloak. His hands shield the lantern. "Look," he breathes. "Sound asleep. Love upon their
lips."

Stooping, holding their silver lamp above us, long they look and deeply. Long they pause.
The wind drives straightly; the flame stoops slightly. Wild beams of moonlight cross both
floor and wall, and, meeting, stain the faces bent; the faces pondering; the faces that
search the sleepers and seek their hidden joy.

"Safe, safe, safe," the heart of the house beats proudly. "Long years--" he sighs. "Again
you found me." "Here," she murmurs, "sleeping; in the garden reading; laughing, rolling
apples in the loft. Here we left our treasure--" Stooping, their light lifts the lids upon my
eyes. "Safe! safe! safe!" the pulse of the house beats wildly. Waking, I cry "Oh, is this
your buried treasure? The light in the heart."

Explain the following sentences:

"Kisses without number"

_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

“Silver between the trees”

_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

“rain slides silver down the glass”

_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

“love upon their lips”

_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

“the heart of the house beats proudly”

_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

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Vocabulary and picture prompts for language teaching - Book 2 Part A

HALLOWEEN

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Vocabulary and picture prompts for language teaching - Book 2 Part B


GHOST RIDDLES... 1
GHOST RIDDLES...

Where do baby ghosts come


from?
GHOST RIDDLES
BOO genes.
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GHOST RIDDLES... GHOST RIDDLES...

What is a ghost's favorite Why couldn't the ghost ride


direction? the bus?

Horror-zontal. Because he didn't have exact chains.

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Why did the ghost rush home Why did the police officer
from school? arrest the ghost?

To watch an afterGHOUL special on Because he didn't have a HAUNTing


TV. license.

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What position do ghosts play What do ghosts wear on their


in soccer? feet when it's raining?

The GHOULie. GHOUL-aushes!

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GHOST RIDDLES... 2
GHOST RIDDLES... GHOST RIDDLES...

What do baby ghosts wear on What would you get if you


their feet? crossed a cocker spaniel, a
French poodle, and a ghost?
BOO-ties. A cocker-poodle-BOO!

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Who protects the shores What is a ghost's favorite


where spirits live? band?

The GHOST guard. The BOOs brothers

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What kind of music do ghosts What do young ghosts call


like? their moms and dads?

Rhythm and BOOs. Transparent.

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Where do little ghosts learn to Why are ghosts like


yell "BOO!"? newspaper?

In noisery school. Because they appear in sheets.

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GHOST RIDDLES... 3
GHOST RIDDLES... GHOST RIDDLES...

What do ghosts always do What is Casper's favorite


when they get in the car? sticky treat?

Buckle their sheet-belts. BOO-ble gum.

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What do ghosts eat for Why did the ghost go to the


breakfast? doctor?

BOO-berry pancakes. To get a BOOster shot.

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What kind of shoes do ghost What did the papa ghost say
wear? to his ghostly children?

BOOOOts. Fasten your sheet-belt.

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What do you say when a What is a ghost's favorite


ghost steals your money? game?

BOOO-hoo. Hide-n-Seek.

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GHOST RIDDLES... 4
GHOST RIDDLES... GHOST RIDDLES...

What kind of gum do ghosts What kind of buttons do


chew? ghosts have?

BOO-ble gum. BOOly buttons.

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Why did the ghost take his What did the boy ghost say to
family on an elevator ride? the girl ghost?

To raise their spirits. I think you're BOO-tiful!

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What do ghosts do when they How did the ghost do at the


want to start up a computer? comedy club?

They BOO-t it up! He was a dead-knockout.

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What do you call a website for What kind of pie do ghosts


ghosts? eat?

YabOO! BOO-berry pie.

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