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JHS 2nd Year Comprehensive Translation Challenge
This is adapted from another user's translation challenge, which will be linked. Intended for group work.
Kahoot! Year-end Review Game for 1年生
This is an interactive game using students' tablet/iPads via Kahoot!. Please feel free to play it. This game could be played by maximum of 40 students.
how to answer who are you?
made this as a flag sign if the student is correct or not.
Easy logic puzzle for warm up. Students read the 8 clues and figure out where to place each location.
Took my 3rd Grade students about 10 minutes. My second grades took closer to 20 minutes.
Minecraft NH2 Review
Use a minecraft map and interactive mini games to test ss knowledge of NH Units 2-5
Comparative Competition and Logic puzzle
Great fun teamwork games to help JHS students with comparative
Heads Up Seven Up Was/Wasn't
Heads up Seven up modified for the classroom. Involves speaking and writing
Similar (but different) Verbs
An activity that aims to explore the differences between "look", "see" & "watch"; "hear" & "listen"; "speak" & "talk"; and "say" & "tell". A short revision quiz follows the examples.
Students create their own story in English!
Months and Plural Verbs Concentration
Introduce the months with a short three hint quiz, play concentration and do some writing
Classmate interview "have to"
Using the question form, ask your classmates and create interesting sentences.
ALT's Pencil Shop
An activity in which the homeroom teacher and ALT open a shop of classroom items so the student's can practice "Do you have a 〜?
He/She Can Worksheet
Simple worksheet for he/she can/can't
UK & JP School Differences
Students identify which sentences describe British schools, Japanese schools, neither, or both.
Grammar Lesson: Present Simple
What is present simple...? How to create present simple? How to create NEGATIVE present simple? When to USE present simple?! What are yes/no questions?! And what the HECK are wh- questions?!
(Wh-) Do You... BINGO!!
Students practice present simple "do you..." questions and answers while trying to score points with bingo!! Also includes a variation available for present simple wh-questions.
Are / Do / Can - review 2
Affirmative, Question and Negative forms
"What do you Call it?"
A quiz that makes students guess what various different items are called in different English -speaking countries.
Negative Be Verb/ Do Verb Writing Race
Students differentiate between negated be verbs and do verbs in a writing race
Thanksgiving Culture & Sail to the New World Quiz
The origin and food of Thanksgiving is shortly introduced before a quiz game (similar to Monster Dash & Mario Kart games on this website).
Simple interview and writing activity
Snakes and Ladders
Review of 1st semester for elementary students
Present perfect SUPER drill
Getting students to use the targeted grammar
Shuffle and Guess - Present Perfect
Students practice Present Perfect grammar by writing about themselves, shuffling their papers, and guessing who is who.
Students use be verbs "am" and "are", nouns and adjectives.
Grammar in use(Present continous + Present simple)
This activity entails practical use of the former grammar points in conversation. It was a way for the 2nd graders to review what they learnt in 1st grade.
Quiz Master 9000
The Typhoon Game To End All Typhoon Games
"Can" sentences matching powerpoint
A matching game where students try to make correct sentences. Template is for JHS 1st grade.
Why is Godzilla Angry
Why is writing practice to compliment the teaching point on page 90 New Crown 3(2016)
Music Quizzes Compilation
It's the "if this song was on TikTok it's going straight in the quiz" FOR ME
General knowledge quizzes!!
Fun warm up! Get the juices flowing! ENJOY!
What's this Japanese culture?
3-hint what's this quiz!
New Crown 3 - Grammar Review USE English
Get the students engaged and actively using English! Great for reviewing taught grammar!
Australia - an Introduction
Learn about Australia!
The UK - an introduction
Introducing the UK to the students
Fix the Sentence
Students must correct sentences to review the Indirect Question grammar (Q-word + to or plain Q-word) and other grammar points. Ex: "I know how to make sushi." or "I know where the ALT lives."
Students practice speaking the grammar point while playing tic-tac-toe with a partner.
Picture Sentence Matching
A game to practice the "Question words + to-infinitive" grammar (for ex. "how to" or "where to").
Traffic Signs in the USA - Must/May
A short powerpoint with a quiz to introduce Must/Must not/May by comparing driving laws in Japan vs the US.
Jeopardy Unit Review
Jeopardy game show style PowerPoint to review multiple grammar and vocabulary from different lessons in various question format. Best used to review before a unit test.
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