Description: Students write in the activity.
Students practice using 'er' and 'est' in this fun worksheet. There is also a riddle at the end for students to solve.
Using teamwork, students search for pictures around the room and describe it to their team members.
A student sits at the front of the classroom and answers questions. Other students try to guess their answers.
Students use the names of Japanese prefectures to work on their spelling and vocabulary.
Students learn how to describe their symptoms by playing Janken games.
Students try to guess their partner’s drawing then write their answer on their worksheet.
Based on New Horizon's Speaking Plus 2 (grade1), students create their own dialogue using the Crazy Bus map and worksheet.
An ice-breaking bingo game for 1st year JHS students that practices the 'do' helping verb.
This worksheet contains three practice activities for the gerunds.
A game to get the students to practice the four parts of learning (reading, writing, talking and listening) while trying to find out who kidnapped Miki Ando.
This activity is just like the Japanese Shiritori game where students fill-in-the-blanks with English words they know until they reach the finish point.
Students find their match using 'Let's' and 'use' dialogues.
Groups race to turn Japanese Relative Clause sentences into English ones.
Students will play bingo by interviewing their classmates, using "Do you know how to...?" and then will create sentences based on the signatures they received.
In pairs, students ask "What do you like doing?" and answer with the information on their card.
Students search the classroom for questions and tell the answers to the teacher.
Students try to explain Japanese words that don't have any simple English equivalents.
Students make their classmates find other students who match their criteria.
Students listen to a conversation between the ALT and HRT and practice the keywords from Eigo Note Lesson 5. The lesson introduces 3 famous London stations.
Students interview their friends on what they enjoyed doing last night, write down their answers, and decide what activity is the most popular in their class.
Students use a calendar to work out the dates of Japanese holidays.
Students interview each other at a school reunion to find out where they've been since graduation.
Students ask each other questions about whether they've been to various locations.
The ALT/JTE put on their acting hats and become the role of various occupations/situations found in English-speaking countries.
Students blindly bet money they can spell words correctly.
Double D stands for 'Devastating Demonstratives'. Students draw pictures based upon a secret demonstrative pronoun sentence and post them around the class.
Students learn the usage of the past tense while investigating a Japanese musician from SMAP, Takuya Kimura.
Using basic infinitive phrases, students work in groups to guess the correct components that make up sentences.
This is a word search using the story about The Ogasawara Islands
Students practice expressing their honest opinions with "I think" while playing a game and then writing about what they said during the game.
Students will use decks of cards and dice to form crazy sentences about what they do and don't know how to do.
A four Parts of Learning activity that can be used to review any grammar point for any grade.
Whole class mingles asking and answering questions to find two mystery criminals.
A fun and creative project for OC Elective classes.
A fast-paced game that gets students writing and saying sentences using the "be"-verb. They build houses, and pulling the Tornado card blows down (erases) all their houses!
This activity can be a sort of quiz game for the students while practicing the "I think (that)... sentence pattern. Though it can be used with any other grammar lessons, like verb tenses.
Students practice spelling by playing the game "Shiritori" and trying to find a word that can complete a cycle.
This is a writing activity that introduces simple adjective statements while reviewing "What is ~?"
Students listen to the teacher describe their bedroom and they must draw it. Afterwards, they write sentences about what they've drawn.
Students review numbers 1-20 by writing them on the Bingo worksheet and listening to the teacher call them out.