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“Behind every man now alive stand 30 ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living.”. Ghost stories may seem silly by the light of day, but in the dark of night they become altogether more believable. Whether you believe in things that go bump in the night or not, these books can. “Christmas among the rest. But I am sure I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round—apart from the veneration due to its sacred name and origin, if anything belonging to it can be apart from that— as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant time; the only time I know of, in the long calendar of the year, when. Christmas Eve Long Ago in Victorian England STORY of the PLAY In this fresh, fun, and lively adaptation of A Christmas Carol you’ll meet Mr. Bentley, learn about the letters Scrooge wrote to his sister Fan, and find out who Mr. You’ll still find all the ghosts of Christmas.


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Dracula
Bram Stoker

Short Ghost Story Collection
Various

Frankenstein
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens

Northanger Abbey
Jane Austen

Collected Public Domain Works of H. P. Lovecraft
H. P. Lovecraft

The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson

The Phantom of the Opera
Gaston Leroux

Tales of Terror and Mystery
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

12 Creepy Tales
Edgar Allan Poe

The Turn of the Screw
Henry James

Arthur Mervyn
Charles Brockden Brown

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Washington Irving

Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
Montague R. James

Famous Modern Ghost Stories
Unknown

The Canterville Ghost
Oscar Wilde

The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Edgar Allan Poe

The Abbots Ghost or Maurice Treherne Temptation
Louisa May Alcott

Three Ghost Stories
Charles Dickens

Carmilla
Joseph Sheridan LeFanu

Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
Edgar Allan Poe

Afterward
Edith Wharton

The Lair of the White Worm
Bram Stoker

The Varney Vampyre
Thomas Preskett Prest

The Monkey's Paw
W. W. Jacobs

Red Shadows
Robert Ervin Howard

Animal Ghosts
Elliott O’Donnell

The King in Yellow
Robert W. Chambers

Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories
Ambrose Bierce

The Grey Woman
Elizabeth Gaskell

The Thing from the Lake
Eleanor M. Ingram

I love the story, but Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ is also a great way of practising the tenses. If you’re an ESL/EFL teacher, you’ve got the lesson plan and worksheet free to download as pdf. The idea behind this lesson is simple; to tell the story, using the past with the Ghost of Christmas Past, the present with the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the future simple with the Ghost of Christmas Future (Actually, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come – but let’s not make it any more complicated!

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Let’s go step by step:

1. Check Vocabulary

If you want to pre-teach the vocabulary, these are the words that your students are less likely to know:

MURDERER
THIEVES
SWINDLER
DEBT
NEEDY
NEPHEW
CLERK
PENNY
WRAPPED
CHAINS
PUNISHMENT
KIND (nice attitude)
SCENE
FIANCÉE
GUILTY
GREED
LAUGH

2. Read Introduction: Charles DickensChapterwork sx.

This might be a good moment to ask them if they know the story. There are lots of versions (Disney, Muppets….), so it’s quite likely that they do.

3. Cut out Squares

The text of the story (1 – 9) is in order, but the pictures (a – i) are not. Tell them to cut out the 9 + 9 squares. As they go through the story, they have to match the picture with the story and stick them together into their notebooks or onto some paper. Choose one student to read one square, and the others must find out which is the correct image.

These are the answers:

1A
2E
3H
4D
5B
6I
7C
8G
9F

4. Fill in Gaps

From square 4 to square 8 the students will have to use the verb table. Each space has a number, and each number represents a verb, with its form in past, present (3rd person singular = __s) and future (will). For the Ghost of Christmas Past, use the past. Fill in the verb in the present tense with the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the future simple with the Ghost of Christmas Future. For example:

  • Number 4/Ghost of Christmas Past:

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Scrooge (1)_WAS__ in
bed when the first ghost
(2)_WOKE___ him up. It
(3)_TOOK_ Scrooge to his
village when he was young.

  • Number 6/Ghost of Christmas Present:

The second ghost
(2)_WAKES__ Scrooge up. He is
the biggest and happiest ghost.
He (3)_TAKES__ Scrooge to
other houses in London. He (4)
_SEES__ people
celebrating Christmas.

  • Number 8/Ghost of Christmas Future:

Scrooge (1)_WILL BE__ alone in his last
years. Nobody (5) __WILL LOVE__
Scrooge. Not even his nephew
(4)__WILL SEE___ him.

In the table, number 3 is ‘TAKE’, number 4 is ‘SEE’ and number 8 is ‘SHOW’.

Got it? It sounds complicated, but with the table it is actually quite easy, and it’s a great way to for them to gain confidence switching tenses. You can back it up with scenes from the film, or with the Muppets song.

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