Students speak in the activity.
An activity in which students compare pokemon. This can be used for any of the comparison or superlative grammars: ~er, ~est, more, most, as ~as.
A review game in which students answer questions and hunt monsters. A very simply made powerpoint.
A review of the grammar points and vocabulary from New Crown 1, Lesson 1 (Are you ___? Are you from ___? and Yes, I am/ No, I`m not)
A fun interactive game for your next English board.
This general knowledge quiz reviews Grade 2 grammar points learnt thus far and some of these questions, just wow.
Teach the students about different new year traditions
Fun warm up! Get the juices flowing! ENJOY!
3-hint what's this quiz!
10 multiple choice questions about Christmas
A simple worksheet for practicing relative clauses.
This activity goes along with the Could you tell me how to get to . . . lesson in New Horizon and uses the shikansen map.
Students get an almost blank map of the US, and ask the ALT where states are.
Students write how they feel about activities, and then ask their friends how they feel about the activities. Last, they write about the other students.
Christmas Jeopardy, hooray!
Warm-up Powerpoint where students try to answer the question "Whose hat is this?" "It's ~'s hat" using familiar characters.
A3 Snakes and Ladders board with card sections for use as a review activity.
Which is better, ramen or Altopedia?
Spreadsheet program (with nice GUI) that selects four students by number.
A quiz giving easy hints to an animal that the students guess.
This used to be on the site but I can't find it now. So I'm uploading a copy.
Japan's most beloved, but do your students really know about sushi?
Get the students engaged and actively using English! Great for reviewing taught grammar!
Students play an Othello-inspired game while practicing relative pronouns with a partner.
This is a team challenge of creativity, geographic knowledge, tactics, and chance. It revises infinitives (e.g. Sunshine 2, Prog 6).
Enjoy testing the students critical thinking with these 3 hint questions!
Do your students know you? FIND OUT!
Practice the dialogue of JHS New Horizon 1, Daily Scene 1 using a fun card game!
Students become 'travel agents' and use gerunds to promote a prefecture.
Interviewing students and teachers while using the relative pronoun.
Simple 'small talk' template to help you and your JTE/HRT in New Horizon 6 Unit 3
'Name 5'-style trivia game that uses relative pronouns (who, which, that e.g. Sunshine 3 Program 7)
Movie making activity to practice the relative pronoun "who." (Ex: He is a student who likes English.)
A simple introduction via PowerPoint to show several ways in which we use "they" and "them".
A room drawing activity to practice the "There is / There are" grammar.
Group activity where students practice asking "Is there/Are there?" questions with locations (in, on, under, by). Made with New Horizons 2 Unit 6.2 in mind.
An activity to practice the "There is / There are" grammar by having the students search an airplane crash site.
In groups, students listen to questions from the ALT about family members in a family tree and race to answer the question correctly. This is for the "who" grammar point.
This is a complementary worksheet for the ''Time zones '' PowerPoint that is posted on the website.
Students practice speaking the grammar point while playing tic-tac-toe with a partner.