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Classroom English

Practices common words and phrases that will be used as part of English class.

  • ACE Challenge

    Engouragement poster for your English classroom

  • Staff Room English for Elementary School

    A simple poster to encourage students to speak in English with the ALT when they are alone in the staff room.

  • Bomb Review Game (3rd Grade Review)

    Bomb game for my incoming 4th graders, intended to review 3rd grade materials. Can be used for both grades depending on your class.

  • Huge Pokemon Review Game

    A review game styled to look and (almost) behave similar to the actual Pokemon games

  • Scene It

    Elementary 3rd grade year-end review game! Students work in teams to answer easy questions from short movie clips. Q:"What is this?" [Photo] A:"It's a book"

  • Mario Party 3rd/4th Grade

    remake of the original for 3rd/4th grade

  • Final Fantasy parody- Final Review

    A review game themed after Final Fantasy

  • No Prep Speaking Activity - Zombie Game

    Need a last minute speaking activity that requires no prep? The zombie game encourages students to practice speaking using the most recent grammar points, win-win for everyone!

  • Nice Teacher/Mean Teacher: Could you~please? JHS2

    New Crown 2 Get Plus 6 "Could you ~ please?"- Students do a conversation practice game and get a card with a secret role, "mean teacher" who always responds no, or "nice teacher" who always says yes.

  • Kahoot Second Year Unit 6 Review

    https://create.kahoot.it/share/shimotsu-daiichi-j-h-s-the-review-quiz/1aa95d1b-341a-4977-9117-effe5eaab6c1

  • Find the (Dancing) Dragon!

    (Let's Try 2, Unit 8) Vocabulary review. There's a dragon hiding somewhere in the school! Find it to bring you and your class a little good luck for the year!

  • This is my favorite place

    This is an easy quiz to jog students memory on the English words they had previously learnt.

  • Super Snakes and Ladders!

    Super Mario themed Snakes and Ladders style board game!

  • Order a Pizza

    Role play and worksheet all in one. Take your partner's order and make your partner's pizza, then deliver! (Yet another variant of Let's Try 2, Unit 7, Activity 2).

  • Where is it game (Where is~/Where are~)

    A criss cross variation activity where the class will answer the questions of the people(in the game) that they are helping. The questions will be read by the teacher. (Blue Sky 1 - Target 19)

  • Job Fair.

    This game is to practice I can/ I can't in a real world roleplay setting.

  • Cave of Wonders (NH3 U6 "I wish...")

    Students will work in groups to change prompts into Key Sentence 19 from New Horizon 3's Unit 6. Then, they will play a game.

  • Heads Up!

    Students pair up and have to guess what they are based on their partner's description/clues/hints. Similar to the app of the same name, but I prepared index cards with various words on one side.

  • Luigi's Mansion - Halloween Trick or Treat

    This game is a combination of Jeopardy and point-and-click style games. Ultimately it plays out like review games, but it allows some agency for students.

  • ALT can or can't .

    The slides show different can do/can't do actions using One World smile 5 for ALT teacher. Students guess the right answer about ALT by saying the sentences and get Taiyaki as present.

  • Let's Try 2, Units 1-9, Vocab, Blooket

    Blooket study sets to be used as in-class game activities or assigned as at-home review. Each set covers the vocab learned or reviewed in that unit. You can use any of the Blooket games with these!

  • NH3 U4 pg64 ~ Family Feud / 3年生ファイト

    I played this game with my third year class to get them used to speaking. It also helps with learning extra bits of vocab they might not usually use.

  • Human Bingo (Do you wish you could~)

    A speaking challenge activity that will help the students practice "I wish~" phrases which includes fun and random phrases options (Blue Sky 3 - Target 18)

  • You Must Janken!

    A warmup activity where students get to command each other to do different actions if they win rock, paper, scissors. The goal of the activity is to practice the grammar, "must & mustn't"

  • Pokemon Train Directions Activity (How to get to~)

    A speaking challenge directional activity mixed with the fun of catching pokemons and asking directions from your friends! (Blue Sky 3 - Let's Talk 3)

  • Connect 4 - Subject-Verb Agreement

    In this game, two players take turns shading a grid. The aim is to be the first to create a line of four shaded cells in a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

  • The boy sleeping on his desk is (UPDATE)

    Students try to identify a class full of slackers by listening or reading descriptions

  • Kahoot! Infinitive (general)

    It is important to learn about AI

  • Guess who game (Who is this?/ who ~)

    A group based trivia activity that includes many character questions from the internet and the book. (Blue Sky 3 - Target 13)

  • Anime Guessing Game - "What are they doing?"

    A fun game great for practicing present continuous/progressive with 1st year Junior High School students using images of different anime characters.

  • I Found Mewo! (Prepositions with Mewo Update)

    An updated version of the "Prepositions with Mewo" PowerPoint with optional "hide and seek" activity with Mewo afterwards.

  • Like Rally 👍 (Speaking Act.)

    Perfect activity to practice any dialogue. Students walk around, find a classmate and practice the dialogue. Once they're done, they can receive a "Nice!" sticker from their partner.

  • Mario Kart English Race 🏎️ (Boardgame)

    Great for reviewing a wide range of things (unit(s), Let's Talk, Enjoy Communication, a specific grammar point, etc.) in a Mario-Kart board game style.

  • Avatar the Last Airbender Class(es)

    This activity is good for an elective class (or any class with a motivation to learn English in my opinion). If you're an ATLA fan, it is also a fun class to teach!

  • Minecraft Diamond Quest💎⛏(Sentence Practice Game)

    A quick game that can be played as a warm up or end-of-class activity where the students play in teams in hopes of finding diamond by making sentences.

  • Kahoot Second Year Unit 1 - Unit 3 Review (p.37まで)

    https://create.kahoot.it/share/2nd-years-unit-1-to-3-review/9c3f437e-9110-4427-9196-2eac361c155c

  • I like~ I don't like (Characters edition)

    a fun hint quiz to review Unit 4

  • Directions & Places

    Giving and receiving directions

  • Can You Do It?

    Warm-up or warm-down activity for ES students

  • Fun trivia activity (What's this?)

    A short and fun mini-trivia activity that includes many random things related to Japan as well as funny tricky items that hopefully leave the students laughing. (Blue Sky 1 - Target 4)

    1. dina amdos May 5, 2020

      this book will be very helpful in teaching EFL and ESL students as it contains interactive activities..thank you very much..

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