Students write in the activity.
Past simple fill in the blanks New Crown 1 Lesson 9 past tense
Learn about India's languages, nature, food, sport, movies and inventions in this fun and interactive presentation!
Why is writing practice to compliment the teaching point on page 90 New Crown 3(2016)
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
Dictation? YES. Quiz? YES. Guinness world records? YES.
A simple worksheet for practicing relative clauses.
A simple worksheet for practicing the reduced relative clause.
This activity goes along with the Could you tell me how to get to . . . lesson in New Horizon and uses the shikansen map.
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.
A team game where the students choose which of two answers they believe to be true.
Christmas Jeopardy, hooray!
Christmas in the UK! Food ! Food ! Food !
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).
Do your students know you? FIND OUT!
Learn about Australia!
Have your students practice simple present, present progressive, past tense, or past progressive using Calvin and Hobbes comic strips.
Interviewing students and teachers while using the relative pronoun.
Introducing the UK to the students
Textbook treasure hunt activity to review grammar and content from Sunshine 3, Programs 1 through 7.
Students draw and write using prepositions to describe their dream burger set.
5x5 bingo cards for the alphabet.
Movie making activity to practice the relative pronoun "who." (Ex: He is a student who likes English.)
A room drawing activity to practice the "There is / There are" grammar.
This game allows you to review vocabulary with the students by testing their listening and writing skills in pairs. Suitable for JHS and SHS, as well as low-level SHS students.
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.
A rubric for writing an essay about a Japanese event or festival.
"Is there a _______ festival?" (insert weird festival)
This is a complementary worksheet for the ''Time zones '' PowerPoint that is posted on the website.
Students must correct sentences to review the Indirect Question grammar (Q-word + to or plain Q-word) and other grammar points. Ex: "I know how to make sushi." or "I know where the ALT lives."
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.
Use a numerical code to answer the questions.
Short YouTube videos (Japanese and English version) with accompanying cloze, word scramble, and word find.
A picture to use for making reduced relative clause questions/sentences (ex. Where is the man wrestling a shark?)
Students learn some useful phrases regarding smartphones, and then they write about if they think smartphones are good or bad.
Students use indirect questions to ask for advice Columbus 3 Pg 73. I want to know what we can do