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Speaking

Students speak in the activity.

  • SDGs - New Crown 3: Get Plus 2

    This lesson is meant to cover New Crown 3 GET +2 "If I were you..." and also enriches the lesson by providing a challenging activity where students write about and discuss SDGs in English!

  • Mario Kart Must

    Students use "You must~" to explain Japanese road signs that Mario Kart characters must obey (worksheet included).

  • New Crown 2: Talk 5: Can I help you?

    This is an extension activity for New Crown Talk 5. The lesson reviews the textbook material and then students practice real life "problem scenarios" together using cards and partners!

  • Throw the Ball: Question Game

    How do we play? Throw the ball to anyone! Keep passing the ball around. When the teacher pauses the music, you need to answer a question in English. Do your best! Correct answers get stickers!

  • Forehead Cards (New Horizon 5 Unit 3)

    Students practice school subjects while guessing characters.

  • Find Someone Whose Birthday (New Horizon 5 Unit 2)

    Students search for classmates whose birthdays fulfill certain requirements.

  • 3-Hint Quiz/Forehead Cards (Let's Try 1 Unit 9)

    Students use colors and other simple adjectives to guess animals.

  • English Games for Extra Time

    Do you need some games you can whip out a moment' notice? Are you unexpectedly covering a class? Is your English teacher running late? Here are some no prep games you can play with many levels!

  • Is it Cake? (Let's Try 1 Unit 8)

    Students attempt to guess which objects are real and which are cake, inspired by the brilliant Netflix series of the same name.

  • Practice Comparingļ¼šBetter and Best

    This was a one-off activity I did with my second-grade junior high school students to practice comparitive and superlative speech in a fun way! It follows think-pair-share format!

  • Basic Shape Characters (Let's Try 1 Unit 7)

    Students guess characters built by using only basic shapes in PowerPoint as they're slowly revealed.

  • Team Rocket Attack

    Colors, Foods, Weather, Days

  • Sales Pitch

    This activity allowed students to be able to create a sales pitch with random objects.

  • Colors Bingo! (Let's Try 1 Unit 4)

    A variation of the "find someone who" game in the shape of a bingo board.

  • Whose ~? Quiz Character Edition

    This is a powerpoint presentation to practice the key sentence 30 from New Horizon English Course 1 page 72

  • 6th grade Demon Slayer Review Game

    Review lesson for 6th grade from Here We Go!

  • Falling Objects (Let's Try 1 Unit 3)

    Have fun counting various objects falling from the ceiling!

  • Forehead Cards (Let's Try 1 Unit 2)

    Use 10 common answers to "How are you?" and try to guess the character!

  • 6nensei Super Mario Typhoon Review

    Review typhoon game for many grammar points throughout Elementary School English lessons.

  • Greetings Bingo! (Let's Try 1 Unit 1)

    A very simple way to introduce the students to English and get them to greet each other over and over again.

  • 2 Truths and 1 Lie

    This activity will allow students to practice the vocabulary "I have", "I have never" and "I know how to".

  • Dialogue Practice Activity

    Make textbook dialogue practice more interesting by adding performance and translation!

  • Secret Attack

    A quiz game to practice specific grammar or also good for year reviews.

  • Want to practice worksheet

    A simple worksheet for practicing readng, writing, listening and speaking with "want to" as the grammar focus.

  • Let's Try 3rd grade Unit 2 clothes/weather game

    Made for Let's Try 3rd grade. Have students practice colors, weather and names of some clothing items by dressing a character.

  • Lets Try 2 Spy x Family Disguise Review

    This game is an all units review. I got the idea for the disguises from Mr Bory C.

  • Lets Try 1 Spy x Family Disguise Review

    This game is an all units review. I got the idea for the disguises from Mr Bory C.

  • Lucky Charms Template For St. Patrick's Day

    Collect ALL 8 Charms to Win!

  • My Fruit Parfait

    Students choose fruit toppings to make their own parfait.

  • One Piece Review Game

    A One Piece version of Lucasmh's fantastic Pokemon Classroom Blast.

  • Suzume No Tojimari Point Game Template

    Let's be like Suzume and start locking up! Answer the question, choose a door, get points, or better yet, get the BONUS ROUND!

  • 6th Grade New Horizon Jeopardy

    End-of-term Jeopardy review

  • Typhoon - Let's Try 2 Yearly Review

    A powerpoint version of the classic Typhoon game for Let's Try 2.

  • Conjunctions Activities - NH2 pg 32

    Students search for and match phrases containing "when" "if" "that" and "because." Bonus Karuta!

  • Future Tense Fortune Telling Activity

    Teachers tell their students' futures by drawing cards. Students ask and answer each other about the fortunes.

  • Doraemon Review Quiz

    18 Question review quiz with Doraemon characters. Behind each door is a character or gadget. The goal is to find Nobita and friends.

  • Mario Mystery Box

    geared for 4th grade

  • Deal or no Deal - Quiz Game

    A flexible quiz show style presentation that allows students to practice and review anything you like.

  • Year End Review- ES 1st Grade

    Year End review for 1st grade Elementary School .

  • Let's Try 1 - Kahoot! (year-end review)

    End the school year with a fun tablet game.

  • Top 5 activities

  • Prepositions with Mewo

    An activity practicing the use of by, on, in, in front of, behind, and under

  • Trick or Treat Quiz Game

    A jeopardy / typhoon style quiz game with a Halloween twist!

  • Zombie Game

    A no prep speaking activity in which students play janken, try to avoid becoming a zombie, and have a great time.

  • Tay's Teaching Toolkit (PPT Games)

    A variety of powerpoint game templates for your classroom!

  • Zelda Treasure Quest + Christmas Edition (Typhoon)

    This is a PowerPoint typhoon game taking from Keith's style of the typhoon review game where you ask the question first from a sheet, then the student chooses a place on the board.

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