High School

Aimed at high school students.

  • Gotta Compare 'Em All! (simplified)

    Compare Pokemon cards (using comparative and superlative sentences) and win or lose your Pokemon!

  • Country Project

    A Research and Presentation Project for Countries

  • Animal Research Project

    An Animal Research and Presentation Project

  • Listening Practice (TV Shows)

    Short clips from Friends, The Big Bang Theory, and cartoons. Goes with a worksheet to fill in the dialogue.

  • Save Tom the Turkey! (Thanksgiving Activity)

    A brief PowerPoint about the concept of the Presidential Pardon of the Turkey with a matching letter-writing activity. Heavy focus on fun, creative writing

  • Snowball of Friendship

    A game to get students practicing writing, reading, listening, and speaking. Minimal materials required.

  • Job Fair.

    This game is to practice I can/ I can't in a real world roleplay setting.

  • Japanese and English Title Classmate Quiz!

    Students will talk about their favorite anime, TV show/drama, or movie (+more) and quiz their classmates on the English name!

  • Pronunciation game (Minimal pairs)

    Pronunciation game focusing on listening and speaking skills differentiating 'r' & 'l', 'v' & 'f', and 's' & 'th' sounds.

  • Haikyuu Trading Cards

    SWBAT effectively make comparative and superlative sentences using trading cards.

  • Thanksgiving Don't Pop the Balloon (google slides)

    An American Thanksgiving themed, team-based review game

  • November Events Jigsaw Reading & Interview

    Half of the class reads about one November event, the other half reads about a different event. Then they interview each other about their event.

  • Relative Pronouns (that/which) Speaking Activity

    This is an activity where students can use relative pronouns naturally.

  • What Had Happened? Past Perfect Game

    Students compete to create the best/funniest explanation for past tense situations using past perfect tense.

  • Slap Japan! (Slap Jack)

    A card game to practice saying days of the month (ordinal numbers). It works like Slap Jack.

  • Pikachu Directional Vocabulary / Drawing Activity

    3 part directional vocab exercise!

  • The Blue House (Story + Worksheet Activity)

    This is a 2-paged story meant for 3rd year high schoolers. It includes a worksheet for them to do either in class or for homework.

  • Who Are the Ainu? Poster

    A poster about who the Ainu are, where they're from, and some information about food, crafts, and clothes

  • Heads Up!

    Students pair up and have to guess what they are based on their partner's description/clues/hints. Similar to the app of the same name, but I prepared index cards with various words on one side.

  • Cat Master Game

    English Game with rules similar to Moose Master

  • Kahoot! game ~ 過去形クイズ (Past Tense Quiz)

    A fun and interactive online quiz about past tense of the verbs.

  • Halloween Stingy Jack Listening Activity

    Listening activity about the history of Stingy Jack and the Jack o Lantern

  • American/Western Food Dobble

    Saw a food and drink Spot It game on here and decided to make one with the いらすとや illustrations.

  • Halloween Bingo Remix

    Halloween bingo with a twist!

  • "We call it _____" Quiz Game!

    In groups, students guess what famous movies/characters/brands are called in English

  • Go Fish: Fridge Edition

    Edited version of the known and loved "Go Fish" to practice countable and uncountable nouns in sentences.

  • Silent Hills Haunted House - reupload

    An Eiken test disguised as a Haunted house murder mystery. Dripping with Atmosphere and occasionally actually scary.

  • Learning Technology

    What kind of things can you do with a smartphone?

  • Halloween Composition Challenge

    Students in pairs get to create a Halloween themed short composition,


    Kill your students in this point based review game.

  • Halloween ~ Word Search

    A halloween-themed word activity.

  • Halloween ~ Crossword Puzzle

    A halloween-themed activity that introduces common vocabulary of this event.

  • Halloween Games and Activities

    Here is a set of six games you can play with your class. I am a SHS ALT at a low level high school so these games were made with that in mind.

  • Halloween Jack-O-Lantern story - Reading Practice

    Solo reading practice based on the origins of the Jack-O-Lantern. Ending with students making their own unique Jack-O-Lantern drawing and explanation.

  • Halloween Trivia Game - Video listening practice

    A Halloween themed game where students choose a number to a corresponding question. Some trivia questions, and several video clips.

  • Halloween Body Parts - Make a Monster

    Students learn english names for bodyparts and then draw a Halloween monster based on their dice rolls to practice association.

  • The Great Balloon War Quiz Game

    The classroom is turned into a chess style game board where four teams arm a classmate with a safety pin and move them by answering quiz questions. Their aim is to defend their balloon and pop others.

  • Q and A Board Game

    A board game to practice answering questions about themselves. Feel free to change the questions to fit your lesson!

  • NH3 U4 pg64 ~ Family Feud / 3年生ファイト

    I played this game with my third year class to get them used to speaking. It also helps with learning extra bits of vocab they might not usually use.

  • Halloween 'simon says' (drawing activity)

    A Halloween themed simon says activity to train students' listening skills. They must listen closely to your instructions and draw what they hear.

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