Requires the teacher to display or use materials on a computer during class.

  • 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

  • Treasure Hunt v2 - A Pirate Themed Review!

    A review powerpoint game that involves 2-5 teams of pirates searching for treasure!

  • Name Game

    Name as many things as you can to answer the question or prompt.

  • "don't have to" vs. "mustn't"

    Short PowerPoint that might help to illustrate the difference between "don't have to" and "mustn't".

  • Have to~ Must (Schools from around the World)

    This is a PowerPoint guessing game about school rules in different countries.

  • Do you have a/an~?

    This is meant to be a whole lesson for Let's Try 2 Unit 5. This is good for 2nd or 3rd lesson in the unit. Feel free to edit as needed.

  • New Horizon 3 Unit 3 Jeopardy!

    This is a jeopardy game that I created for my third graders in junior high school. It's based on unit 3 in the New Horizon textbook.

  • 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.

  • Could you tell me how to get to...

    Activity based on page 63 of New Crown 3 - students use a map to travel around Kobe/Osaka/Kyoto

  • He/She is Pronoun Practice

    Small ES warmup activity to practice "He is..." and "She is..." with characters

  • Weather Forecast (JHS 2ๅนด็”Ÿ)

    A short presentation, worksheet and listening exercise about the weather forecast that ties into p56 of New Horizon 2

  • 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.

  • Basic Introduction

    A short PPT I made to help my special needs students practice a self-introduction. I made examples using popular characters all the students should know.

  • Like Rally ๐Ÿ‘ (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.

  • Kahoot Collection

    A variety of kahoot activities separated into 3 different categories (for now): vocabulary, grammar, and fun.

  • Mario Kart English Race ๐ŸŽ๏ธ (Group Game)

    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!

  • Let's Try Book 2, Units 1-3 Review Blookit Game

    This is a Blookit game set reviewing Let's Try Book 2, Units 1-3

  • Snoopy's World Vacation (Time Zones)

    Travel the world with Snoopy and calculate the time in different time zones. Each location also includes some famous locations/a famous food.

  • Minecraft Diamond Quest๐Ÿ’Žโ›(Sentence Practice Act.)

    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.

  • Breakfast around the World

    Presentation showing kids breakfast from some different parts of the world.

  • Kahoot Round-Up: New Horizon 1 (JHS 1st)

    A series of kahoot quizzes for JHS first graders that go with the New Horizon 2020 textbook series.

  • Falling School Supplies (Let's Try 2 Unit 5)

    Have fun counting various school supplies falling from the ceiling, concluding with an epic pencil case kaiju battle!

  • How Are You? Feelings Introduction and Quiz

    Powerpoint used to introduce feelings (happy, sad, sleepy, hungry, sad, tired, cold, hot). Includes a name that feeling quiz with popular characters (Anya, Pikachu, etc).

  • One Piece Wanted Game

    This is a fun finding game providing good speaking practice using who, what, when, where and how questions. The activity involves a PowerPoint and printable cards and is very easy to adapt.

  • What time is it? Quick PowerPoint game

    Students look at the provided picture and four clock faces. Students then choose which time they think it is ('It's 1PM!'), click the face to see if correct or not. 5 questions have been made.

  • Fantasy English Game for JHS

    The Fantasy English Game is a game that essentially brings English and Dungeon crawling together. The kids are paired up into groups of 3 & 4 and and compete to win the game.

  • Transportation

    Means of transportation

  • Practicing conversation points in New Crown 3

    Practices 3 conversation points: confirm, change the subject and words that express feelings and emotions

  • Let's Review Present Tense S!

    A short review for present tense (genzaikei) and how to use "s" in third person singular pronouns.

  • Wasei Eigo Kahoot

    A short Kahoot to learn about Wasei Eigo and loanwords

  • ALT Jeopardy (for leaving JET)

    A jeopardy game with mini-games related to yourself. Fill in your info and pictures and have a fun last class~

  • Kirby "What do you want to do?"

    Family Feud style game for "I want to" (infinitive) grammar point with a fun kirby theme!

  • Gian's Cooking Request (Fruits & Vegetables)

    Have your students shop using "One _____, please" to gather all of Gian's requested ingredients! (Made for ES 2nd graders but could be applied to other grades with a little bit of editing)

  • New Horizon 5 U3 - Where is Kirby?

    Speaking activity to practice the unit's target language "What do you want to be?" ---- "I want to be a....."

  • A BIG survey!

    I did a bigger than expected survey among people not living in Japan and made a quiz out of it!

  • Let's Try Likes and Dislikes Quiz

    Review quiz for colours, sports and food.

  • Super Mario Game. Sunshine 2. Program Units 1-3

    The teacher wanted me to do a game to cover and review the program units 1-3 from Sunshine 2. This is not my design, I only edited to add questions relevant to the textbook.

  • It is... for Americans... to... (It, for, to)

    A presentation about American school and life using (it, for, to) or (it, to). Comes with a worksheet/activity.

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