I will go to the grocery store tonight.
A spin on the common restaurant activity where students practice ordering from a menu
Snoopy’s Dream Trip
Example answer to the question, "Where would you like to go if you had the time and money?"
Guess what! Activity
Students write surprising "Guess what!" sentence. They then say these sentences in pairs and practice reactions.
The sillier the sentences, the better.
Summer Vacation Plans Worksheet
This is a worksheet I made for JHS 一年生 using "I will ~" 。When they finish, it can easily segue into a pair conversation activity where students can ask each other about their summer vacation plans!
Kahoot Second Year Unit 1 - Unit 3 Review (p.37まで）
Deserted Island "we will~"
Just another deserted island game using "we will~"
When are you going to (will) game?
A PowerPoint based timer game where students use "going to" or "will"
Fortune Teller Activity
Fortune cards, worksheet, and powerpoint for "I am going to" or "I will" grammar points.
Prepared For The Future!
A lesson where students think about life in 50 years and consider what sci-fi magic will be part of our daily lives. With some Fallout references...
Fortune-Telling Future Tense Sugoroku!
Future tense practice (will/going to) through a fun fortune-telling board game!
Junior High School 一年生から三年生まで Lesson 1 Review Game
If you aren't aware of the site taysteachingtoolkit.com, it's amazing! I made a lesson one review for each level of Junior High School following the New Horizon textbooks!
Future Tense Fortune Telling Activity
Teachers tell their students' futures by drawing cards. Students ask and answer each other about the fortunes.
JHS 1st Years Review Kahoot
10 question Kahoot that reviews many topics from Sunshine 1's textbook
Camping Trip! (should)
What should you bring to the camping trip?
What do you want for Christmas?
This worksheet`s target language is `I want` and `I`ll give`. Students will write about what they want for Christmas with reason.
Future and Prediction
This activity will introduce to students about the terms future and prediction. They will be required to write about what they think the future will look like in 50 years.
Verb Sugoroku (JHS)
A flexible board game where students change sentences based on target grammar point.
Minefield Treasure Hunt!
Students look at the pictures and make sentences to dig up buried treasure - or a bomb!
Students debate or make a speech about how to protect their town from a zombie apocalypse!
Bingo (with variations)
Goes with questions that have Yes/No answers (Do you?/ Are you?/ Can you?/ Will you?/ Did you?/ Have you?)
Matching answers (three or more) - 1 bingo. The student with highest bingo count wins.
Food and Drink Dobble (aka Spot It!)
Large Dobble set suitable for a flexible prediction game, or (obviously) Dobble. Can be used for ES, JHS or special needs classes.
This set has 57 cards with 57 different images of food and drink.
Speaking in Pairs (Future Tense)
A short and simple information gap speaking warm-up that revises the future tense.
Students use who what where and why to write a story.
'Which' Fortune Telling!
Speaking Acitivity Using 'which'
"Which do you like __ or __?" Fortune-telling game
Students ask 3 questions to tell their classmates fortunes
Cards for the "You Will Get Your Fortune" englopedia archive activity. (The colours don't match to what is written in that worksheet.)
Students work in pairs to write an interesting news report using either "going to" or "will."
Students practice speaking the grammar point while playing tic-tac-toe with a partner.
Find out what your future holds and practice the future tense using the classic fortune-telling game.
Who doesn't love card games?
Jeopardy Unit Review
Jeopardy game show style PowerPoint to review multiple grammar and vocabulary from different lessons in various question format. Best used to review before a unit test.
Create Your Fortune!
Get students to write fortunes for their classmate and share!
Omikuji Fortune Telling
Students draw fortunes (omikuji) from different categories to determine their futures!
Students discover their friends' future by reading the palm lines on their hands.
Students try to uncover their partner's secret animal based upon deductive reasoning using future tense questions.
You Will Get Your Fortune
Students ask ALT and JTE for their fortunes by picking one out of three cards.
This activity has two parts: 1.) Students aim to remember a series of sentences, 2.) Students use the grammar and a constructed picture to describe a holiday scene to their class.
The Ogasawara Islands - Word search
This is a word search using the story about The Ogasawara Islands
English Conversation Board Game
A bright and colorful board game focused on getting students to converse in English.
A simple Information gap activity where students ask partners questions using the future tense to find out what certain characters are doing when.
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