A selection of fun lesson plans on festivals, including Valentine’s Day, Halloween and Christmas, that practise web-based skills.
This webquest includes activities about the history of New Year celebrations practised today across a variety of cultures.
This webquest by Gabrielle Jones includes activities about the history and traditions of Bonfire Night.
This webquest includes activities designed to inform students about the history, traditions and typical food associated with Thanksgiving.
The 23rd of April is the Bard’s birthday, so here on onestopenglish we’re taking a closer look at England’s most famous author. This Shakespearean webquest includes activities on Shakespeare’s life, Romeo and Juliet, ’boy players’ and famous quotes from Shakespeare plays that we still use today.
This webquest includes activities on the history of Easter, Easter symbols, celebrations around the world and facts about the spring festival.
This love-themed webquest includes activities on the history of Valentine’s Day, strange facts and amorous quotations.
This festive-themed webquest includes activities on the history of Christmas, Santa Claus and global celebrations.
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. In this webquest, students will investigate the holiday and learn more about Jewish culture.
This webquest includes activities on food and traditions associated with Chinese New Year, as well as the Chinese calendar and zodiac signs.
This spooky webquest includes activities on popular Halloween traditions, global celebrations and terrifying tales.
Who was St Patrick? Find the answer in this webquest, and learn about how 17th March is celebrated around the world.
La Tomatina is one of the world’s most unusual celebrations. In this webquest, you will find out more about this unique festival.
In this webquest, students will investigate Independence Day in the United States and learn about independence days in some other countries.
Learn all about the summer solstice and how it is celebrated throughout the world in our seasonal-themed webquest.
On 23rd April is St George’s Day. But who was Saint George, how is he celebrated and did he really kill a dragon? Find out the answers in this webquest.
Water is amazing stuff - nothing on Earth can live without it. Find out more about water’s properties and why it’s so important in our watery webquest, which celebrates World Water Day (22nd March).
In this webquest students will find out when and how Ramadan is celebrated, learn about fasting and watch a video of a Muslim teacher talking about Eid.