This activity involves students having a debate with each other.
Having a Discussion: What do you think? - JHS
A PowerPoint and worksheet for students to lead and participate in discussions about their opinions on four topics. I did this with my 二年生 students and they had a lively time agreeing and disagreeing!
Agree and Disagree - New Crown 2: Talk 6
This PowerPoint covers the textbook lesson for New Crown 2: Talk 6 and provides speaking activity printouts with which students practice agreeing and disagreeing with various opinions.
Practice Comparing：Better 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!
Making Questions about the Constructive Speech
This is based on One World 3 Lesson 7.
The Debate Flow
This is the debate flow based on One World 3 Project 3 (page 91).
Valentine's Day Choose Your Own Story
Visual novel style choose your own story game based on the tradition of giving chocolates on valentines day. Students participate in groups of four and must debate the best choices to progress.
Jungle Survivors - Because/Why Activity
My take on the tried and true airplane crash lesson format where students must choose items in order to survive and give a reason why.
Werewolf (人狼ゲーム) PPT Interface
Building off of sophieinniigata's Werewolf, this is just a macro'ed PowerPoint Interface to help run games.
A classic game of Werewolf. Perfect for Halloween!
Introduce students to the concept of refuting each other's points with a simple debate format.
Students debate or make a speech about how to protect their town from a zombie apocalypse!
Phoenix Wright based debate activity for JHS students, with fun sprites and free space to put in your own questions
Which is BETTER, (A) or (B) ?
Which is better, ramen or Altopedia?
Nought And Crosses
Students play noughts and crosses (Tic-Tac-Toe) and command their partner to do an action.
Let's Agree To Disagree
Students practice sentences to debate for/against a motion.
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