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Countries

Practices the names of different countries, or teaches students about different countries.

  • English Newsletter

    A digital replacement for an English board

  • Let's Try 1: Unit 1 Hello! (Flags activities)

    These are 2 activities students can do to learn the English names of 9 country flags. This is based on the Let's Try 1: Unit 1 textbook for 3rd graders.

  • Country Flag Quiz

    Here's a simple quiz about country flags.

  • We're going to America! (I'm going to~ Activity)

    Activity aimed for 2nd Year JHS that teaches kids about various American cities while giving them a preview of the American TSA experience.

  • 6th Gr NEW New Horizon 2024 U.1 1st hour

    It is a worksheet for page 6 "Listen and Think" activity of the NEW New Horizon 6th Grade textbooks.

  • 🌏Greetings Around the World!🌏

    (Let's Try 1, Unit 1) Students practice and learn different ways to say "hello" with a simple quiz game!

  • ES 3rd Grade Unit 1 Lesson 1 Activity and Lesson P

    Helper for the first lesson.

  • Guess the country (3 hint quiz)

    This is a fun way to review passive voice and get students to learn more about other countries!

  • Description Activity Warm-up

    Share images on LOILO NOTE and have students talk in pairs and describe about something they choose from the list.

  • Special Needs Jeopardy

    Jeopardy style quiz.

  • 6th grade New Horizons Final Test

    a quick final and script to check what students have learned at the end of the semester

  • Challenge and Judge Stamp Rally

    Students ask each other to listen and judge and sign a sheet of paper that has 31 English "challenges".

  • Passport Activity (I want to/I will/I'm going to)

    A personalized conversation activity with no writing. Students ask and answer questions with each other using target grammar, based on a travel itinerary they create.

  • Leveled Up Karuta

    Karuta game that gives Ss a chance to perform both sides of any TL/frees up teachers to provide support for less abled Ss.

  • Present perfect connect 4

    This is a speaking, writing and reading warm up activity. It is based of the tic-tac-toe activity posted by rebvandev. But I have altered it, changed it into a connect 4 and added a worksheet.

  • Japan Weird Facts

    This is about Japanese weird facts

  • 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"

  • School Life in America Presentation

    A presentation about school life in America, including some comparisons to school life in Japan, club activities, and school events, geared towards junior high school students.

  • Race Around the Word

    Running dictation team game. Students race to collect information about different countries.

  • Hawaii Pidgin vs English

    For all of my Hawaii-born ALTs out there that have an extra lesson and want to teach their students about pidgin. Inspired by the British-English vs American English lesson plan on this site.

  • Slang Quiz: American/Internet/SNS Version

    This is a quiz made for end-of-year fun with my junior high school students. It introduces the idea of slang, why it is useful, the types of English slang, and of course, a quiz!

  • Apples to Apples Cards

    Printable "Apples to Apples" cards that are easy enough for Special Support or Elementary School classes.

  • Simple Word Searches

    Word searches using vocab from the picture dictionary

  • World Tour (I want to.../Do you want to...?)

    Intended to be a [I want to/Do you want to...?] review for my special needs JHS students. This could be used for 5th grade NEW HORIZONS Unit6 review as well.

  • Christmas Powerpoint and Quiz

    Quick Christmas around the world presentation (America, England, Germany, Philippines, Sweden, Iceland and Finland) and quiz

  • Christmas Powerpoint Lesson (intro, foods, quiz)

    Christmas powerpoint with Christmas words in English, foods around the world, and a quiz.

  • British vs American English

    Lesson on the differences between British and American English for mid to high level senior high school students.

  • Where is the famous person from? (Kahoot)

    Short and sweet warm up game

  • This is our special nabe!

    A parallel activity for 6th grade New Horizons Unit on Food. Students will think about their own version of nabe while talking about different ingredients and the source locations of these ingredients

  • Digital Sugoroku Review (Let's try 1,2)

    Fun Sugoroku game to help students remembering what they've learned. I mainly designed it for elementary school grades 3 and 4, but if you change the pictures you could used it for any grade.

  • Vocabulary Ping Pong (Warm-up Game)

    Vocabulary Ping Pong was mainly designed for elementary school students, but I think it could also be used in junior high classes as well.

  • 'My Country' template PowerPoint

    A quick template to easily make a PowerPoint introducing a specific country.

  • Country Project

    A Research and Presentation Project for Countries

  • Flags E.S.Grade 3 Guessing game

    Powerpoint game designed to help elementary school grade 3 students learn the name of some countries. (Let's Try! 1 book).

  • I'm from~ . Activity (E.S. grades 4 and 5)

    Simple rock, paper, scissors activity for elementary school students grades 4,5.

  • I want to go to... (Interactive World Map)

    An interactive world map powerpoint designed to get kids speaking about where they would like to travel to. Practice's "You can see" and "You can eat" sentence structure

  • November Events Jigsaw Reading & Interview

    Half of the class reads about one November event, the other half reads about a different event. Then they interview each other about their event.

  • Snoopy's World Vacation (3 Hint Quiz)

    Snoopy-themed 3 hint quiz with various countries.

  • Who Are the Ainu? Poster

    A poster about who the Ainu are, where they're from, and some information about food, crafts, and clothes

  • 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.

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