Tag

Wh words

What/Who/Where/When/Why

  • Who/What/When/Where/Which Warmup (Worksheet)

    General review for JHS 1nensei practicing Wh... questions.

  • Disney Typhoon (WH question words)

    Basic Typhoon Quiz game with a Disney Theme.

  • Mario Party 3rd/4th Grade

    remake of the original for 3rd/4th grade

  • Let's Try! 1 Chapter 8: What's this?

    Let's Try! 1 Chapter 8. Short powerpoint, with an emphasis on practicing "No, it's a ______."

  • Shapes and Colors T-shirt ( Let's Try1!) Unit 7

    An activity designed to help elementary school students grade 3 practice colors and shapes.

  • This is my favorite place

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

  • G1 Whose Writing Analysis

    a short warm up activity to practice "Whose is it"

  • Where is the classroom? PPT (E.S. grade 4)

    (Let's try2! Unit 8) PPT designed to help students tell their friends where the rooms in the school are.

  • NH2 - I know η–‘ε•θ©ž - 2 Truths & 1 Lie

    Play 2 truths 1 lie to practice the key sentence [subject] know(s) [interrogative] [verb] blah blah... STS practice original writing, reading, and listening.

  • Colors "Life Game" (Let's try1 ! book)

    A fun game to help elementary school grade 3 students to learn colors.

  • 🌱 Let's make a parfaitπŸ¨γ€€4εΉ΄ What do you want?

    Tablet activity for 4th 🌈 Dive into an exciting world of learning with our specially crafted Scratch game! πŸš€ In this interactive experience, students team up to create delightful parfaits. πŸ¨πŸ‘«

  • Ask Me! Please.

    This is a very basic worksheet that covers page 60 (Unit 4) of the New Horizon 3 textbook. It has scramble questions along with changing questions to indirect questions using: ~ Do you know...?

  • 4th grade, Do you have a-communication activity

    This activity reviews a few countries, introduces some new words, and helps students practice the "Do you have a/an..." grammar point.

  • Q and A Board Game

    A board game to practice answering questions about themselves. Feel free to change the questions to fit your lesson!

  • Why Don't We...

    Short presentation and battleship-like game, for the grammar "Why don't we/Why don't you"

  • when do you (worksheet)

    four questions for students to ask/answer.

  • The Mystery Box Game

    The mystery box game is a super fun power point game. customize all questions and pictures and animations freely. Have fun.

  • Lucky 7

    A quick warm up activity to get students up and talking. No prep needed!

  • Animal Facts Interview Quiz

    Students to practice places and food different animals live and eat using their vocabulary through question form.

  • New Horizon 2 p73-74 BINGO

    How to/When to/what to/where to/ BINGO

  • How to/When to/what to/where to/ BINGO

    Using "How to/When to/what to/where to/" to interview others .

  • English Conversation Practice Questions

    This is a long list of English questions you can use for any reason! I use them to begin my classes and sometimes when I want to wander the hallways and ambush students with English conversation!

  • 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)

  • Breakfast around the World

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

  • Phone Call Relay Guide!

    A conversation guide which gives situations, answers, and reactions used in phone calls!

  • 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.

  • Let's talk Together

    Warm- up activity all students must stand. Students can take turns asking questions on the card. When they finished they can sit down. and get a sticker/ stamp

  • What do you want to watch? (Sports) Sugoroku

    Sugoroku for Here we go 6 unit 3

  • What & How BINGO

    Short activity where the students practice asking what and how questions

  • Who murdered Mr. White? (Extra assets)

    An addition to shinjirarenai's activity! (Read/Run activity -- Who, What, When, Where)

  • Omoshiroi Kinenbi ι’η™½γ„θ¨˜εΏ΅ζ—₯ Kahoot Quiz

    A Kahoot quiz for 5th graders about interesting/funny dates to practice the question "When is~?" and the answer "______is _______."

  • Past Passive History Quiz and Practice

    A short history quiz and an opportunity for students to make their own questions in the Past Passive voice.

  • How do you BINGO

    Students practice speaking the target structure and play BINGO using the names they have collected.

  • 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)

  • What do we have on Monday?

    New Horizon 1 Unit 2 Part 3 - Info-Gap Activity

  • What's this? Who's this?

    This is an info-gap activity to practice the use of question words, WHAT, and WHO.

  • WH Question Practice Doraemon Feud Game

    This is an edited version of UonumaRobert's Doraemon Feud Game. It's to practice the WH Questions ONLY from Lessons 1+2 of One World JHS 1.

  • Birthday Bingo

    For 5th or 6th graders (or older students too) learning or reviewing : When is your birthday?

  • Comparative/Superlative Class survey

    - good interview activity for JHS students to practice comparatives and superlatives

  • FRIENDS Bingo!

    Students go around the class asking each other questions to fill their bingo card

    1. Fernand June 28, 2022

      Make it simple and fun for them. Try this. Make pairs and find a good topic. "Do you watch TV?" If the answer is "Yes, I do", keep going with "What do you watch?" "I watch @@@". Rotate de partners, and set a new topic: Youtube, video games, movies, music. They can have fun talking about themselves.

    2. Fernand June 28, 2022

      2) you can use the same pattern with when and where. "Do you watch Youtube?" Yes, I do. "what do you watch?" I watch Hikakin, Kimagure and @@@. "Where do you watch YouTube?" I watch YouTube in my room. "When do you watch Youtube?" After dinner, school, etc

    3. Fernand June 28, 2022

      3) I give them a small worksheet with two empty lines the says "Q" for questions, and two empty lines with "A" for answer. I told the students to write the questions first ( same thing β‘ "do you~?"β‘‘what do you ~?). After writing the questions, I tell them to switch worksheets with the person next to them, and to answer those questions. Very simple and fun!

    4. Fernand June 28, 2022

      I spend 35 to 40 min talking, and just 5 to 10 min writing. It is a natural way to use this grammar. Good luck and I hope it works for you.

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