Wh words

What/Who/Where/When/Why

  • Who/What/When/Where/How

    A lesson to review the various 'Wh' words including 'How'.

  • Let’s replace a defective product.

    This is a practice activity, based on Sunshine 3 page 50 Power-Up 2 “Returning a product”. It role-plays returning a defective or unwanted product to a shop.

  • Grammar Lesson: Present Simple

    What is present simple...? How to create present simple? How to create NEGATIVE present simple? When to USE present simple?! What are yes/no questions?! And what the HECK are wh- questions?!

  • (Wh-) Do You... BINGO!!

    Students practice present simple "do you..." questions and answers while trying to score points with bingo!! Also includes a variation available for present simple wh-questions.

  • Where do you want to go?

    I used these PowerPoints to introduce landmarks from different countries instead of using flash cards.

  • Lucky Line Game (New Horizon 1 Units 1~3 Review)

    Inspired by MicheleHii`s original lucky line game creation, this game is a modified version of crisscross game. I hope you and your students enjoy it as much as we did.

  • NH 1 Unit 4 pt. 3 Kahoot Practice 

    Students play Kahoot to review 'What animal do you like' 'What _____ can we see?'

  • Guess Who!

    The classic Guess Who! game (with just printouts) to practice "do you have" and "are you" questions.

  • How do you~?

    Super simple worksheet to get students to practice questions.

  • Where do you have English today?

    Students fill in the missig information by completing the conversation using where and when.

  • When / Where practice

    Students fill in the blanks and ask teachers where the US states are.

  • Lucky Line Game

    This is my go-to English activity to help junior high school students to review their grammar and vocabulary learning for each unit. If you use Google slides, you can make a copy and edit too!

  • Folded Stories

    Students use who what where and why to write a story.

  • Self-Intro: Team Quiz Format

    Self-introduction with JHS or HS students asking the ALT questions.

  • I Can board game

    A flexible board game for practicing "I can ~" grammar.

  • Battleship worksheets

    A variety of Battleship game worksheets for use in upper ES/lower JHS

  • Pokemon Unit Review Activity

    A great unit review game for any elementary grade level.

  • Animal Crossing "What's This?"

    3 hint quiz game to reveal animal crossing villagers. For 小3年生!

  • What's (Who's) this?

    Silhouette guessing game

  • JHS Kahoot - New Year Trivia

    New Year Trivia questions with information slides.

  • Whose is this? Quiz

    A quiz intro quiz on "whose" for JHS 1

  • TSUM TSUM 'When do you PLAY?' Points Game

    Students work as groups. Get points by racing to speak the answers.

  • 4 pictures, 1 word

    A easy and fun game for stdunets to use dictionaries.

  • Conversation Cards

    10 topic cards to use as conversation starters

  • Who Kidnapped Kitty? Wh- Review

    A presentation activity focusing on Wh- and How Interrogatives

  • Are you? Guess who

    Students guess which character their partners are by asking are you/wh questions

  • Guinness World Records

    Dictation? YES. Quiz? YES. Guinness world records? YES.

  • General knowledge quizzes!!

    Fun warm up! Get the juices flowing! ENJOY!

  • Where is this state?

    Students get an almost blank map of the US, and ask the ALT where states are.

  • Whose hat is this? Powerpoint Warm up Game.

    Warm-up Powerpoint where students try to answer the question "Whose hat is this?" "It's ~'s hat" using familiar characters.

  • Snakes and Ladders

    A3 Snakes and Ladders board with card sections for use as a review activity.

  • Which is BETTER, (A) or (B) ?

    Which is better, ramen or Altopedia?

  • New Crown 3 - Grammar Review USE English

    Get the students engaged and actively using English! Great for reviewing taught grammar!

  • Which do you like? TEACHER and ALT QUIZ

    Do your students know you? FIND OUT!

  • Questions Poster

    WH Questions

  • Family Tree Game

    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.

  • International Friends! Who? / What Time?

    Short PowerPoint quiz to practice "Who?" and "What Time?". Intended for New Horizons 1 Unit 6

  • "When can ~" Code Breaker

    Use a numerical code to answer the questions.

  • T-Shirt Design

    The students practice asking 'What do you like?' and design t-shirts for their friends.

  • "What do you like?" Relay

    A quick activity that requires no preparation. Get the students into groups and have them ask each other what they like, then race to draw it on the board.

  • Top 5 activities

  • A bunch of Questions for Quizzes

    Questions lists focused on various grammar points

  • English Conversation Board Game

    A bright and colorful board game focused on getting students to converse in English.

  • Snakes and Ladders

    A3 Snakes and Ladders board with card sections for use as a review activity.

  • General knowledge quizzes!!

    Fun warm up! Get the juices flowing! ENJOY!

  • Animal Crossing "What's This?"

    3 hint quiz game to reveal animal crossing villagers. For 小3年生!

    1. Fernand June 28, 2022

      Make it simple and fun for them. Try this. Make pairs and find a good topic. "Do you watch TV?" If the answer is "Yes, I do", keep going with "What do you watch?" "I watch @@@". Rotate de partners, and set a new topic: Youtube, video games, movies, music. They can have fun talking about themselves.

    2. Fernand June 28, 2022

      2) you can use the same pattern with when and where. "Do you watch Youtube?" Yes, I do. "what do you watch?" I watch Hikakin, Kimagure and @@@. "Where do you watch YouTube?" I watch YouTube in my room. "When do you watch Youtube?" After dinner, school, etc

    3. Fernand June 28, 2022

      3) I give them a small worksheet with two empty lines the says "Q" for questions, and two empty lines with "A" for answer. I told the students to write the questions first ( same thing ①"do you~?"②what do you ~?). After writing the questions, I tell them to switch worksheets with the person next to them, and to answer those questions. Very simple and fun!

    4. Fernand June 28, 2022

      I spend 35 to 40 min talking, and just 5 to 10 min writing. It is a natural way to use this grammar. Good luck and I hope it works for you.

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