In Japan, Junior High School consists of 3 grades. Students are usually between 12 and 15 years old. English is a full, required subject and consists of speaking, listening, reading, and writing practice. Much of the curriculum is designed around the grammar points and vocabulary used for school entrance exams.
DJ ALT in the houuuuuse!
Anoldalt's version of this evergreen activity.
Assorted materials I prepared for the Bridge textbook that I never got to use.
A short crossword puzzle for New Crown 2 Lets Read 2
Passive voice quiz questions that can be used with the first time students are learning the passive voice grammar.
This is a version of the original story of Jack o lantern.
Play with a regular deck of cards and adapt to your target grammar. This upload uses "May I ~ ?"
A fun way to review lots of language points
A fun board game to get students using the present perfect tense.
Same as Almost Pokemon Battle, but with some small tweeks.
This is a powerpoint game that can be used for quiz games, write and race or row feud quizzes.
A 4-hint listening quiz using famous things about different Japanese prefectures.
This is a culture activity with 10 questions designed to show students that, although the USA and Japan are very different, there are many things they have in common too.
A student and their partner both hold up a card with pictures, and they have to race each other to make a sentence first.
Sheet with twenty-four comparitives question prompts: which do you like better/best.
Crossword puzzle with clues from the Sunshine 3 textbook.
Three choice quiz to introduce and a feud quiz to practice passive voice
Country food quiz!
Questions and sentence prompts that can be used with passive voice.
Students compete to make the best sentence they can for an adjective. Grammar used includes ~er, ~est, more, most, and as ~ as.