High School

Aimed at high school students.

  • Have you...? Talking with an exchange student

    Students roleplay introducing a foreign exchange student to their school. They ask and answer questions using "Have you / Have you ever" and "I have been / I have(n't).

  • Conan Clues - Participle Detective Worksheet

    Students act as Conan and investigate a crime scene. With clues such as 'a ringing phone' and 'a locked door', the students will be practicing participles as they crack the case!

  • Connect Four - Relative Pronouns

    Students play Connect Four by completing the relative pronoun sentences.

  • Penpal Program

    Do you want to start a penpal program and don't know where to start?

  • Pokemon Battle (TEMPLATE)

    Break your students into two teams and have them battle against each other!! (Fully customizable question slides)

  • 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.

  • Conversation Puzzle

    In groups, students rearrange sentences to make a conversation. The first team to finish wins!

  • Space Invaders - vocabulary attack!

    This is a vocabulary game based on the arcade game space invaders! Will your students shoot down the words or get hit first?

  • Hidden picture drawing game!

    Students help each other to draw pictures they can't see by giving instructions in English.

  • Comic writing!

    Students use their creative writing skills to add dialogue to a comic and make their own stories!

  • Battleships (social distance / whole class style)

    The classic battleships game adapted to be played at the front of the class instead of in pairs. Only recommended for small classes.

  • Paper Debate

    Introduce students to the concept of refuting each other's points with a simple debate format.

  • Zombie Apocalypse!

    Students debate or make a speech about how to protect their town from a zombie apocalypse!

  • What did you do for summer/winter vacation?

    In this activity, students write about what they did over summer or winter vacation using the past tense. Once they finish writing, they draw a picture of their vacation.

  • 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.

  • Shuffle Game

    You can do this activity on any topics that you want. This is my to-go game hahaha! I give the students a shuffled sentence and I let them arrange it in order. Enjoy!

  • Must and mustn't (School Rules in Philippines)

    This is a true or false quiz about schools in my country (Philippines)

  • Food Miles

    An addition to NH3 food miles topic p. 34

  • Months of the Year

    Coloured cut-outs for the months with katakana pronunciations

  • UK English Board (Jubilee) & Quiz

    Ties in with Jubilee theme, includes pop culture and sports.

  • When + 主語 + 動詞

    Key Sentence: When I came home, my father was watching TV. One World 2, page 23

  • Mario Kart DS Quiz

    Enjoy this popular activity based on the Nintendo DS version of Mario Kart. I have made a considerable use of its soundtrack composed by Shinobu Tanaka.

  • Screenwriters!

    Group story/script writing/Completion activity using Adj + (that)

  • Card King

    It's basically Cards Against Humanity, but for students.

  • BattleBots! (Ver 1.3)

    Mecha review Building/Battle Game

  • Disney Guess Who

    A Disney version of the popular board game Guess Who, which can be used to practice relative pronouns (Is it someone who...). Designed to be played on PCs, but can also be used as a worksheet.

  • Gotta Compare 'Em All! POKEMON!!!

    In groups, students collect and compare Pokemon cards, while also practicing other comparatives, to build the best Pokemon deck.

  • Archibald Prize English Board

    Materials about the Art Gallery of NSW's Archibald Prize.

  • Self-Intro: Team Quiz Format

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

  • LGBT+ Flag meaning and definitions

    Good for English board on the LGBT+ community with Japanese translations.

  • Battle for Gunma

    A strategy team game based on Battle for Japan centered around Gunma. Can be used for unit review or as an end-of-the-year activity.

  • Microscope Quiz

    A guess-what quiz of everyday things courtesy of an electron microscope

  • Final quiz of the year!

    Final quiz inspo !


    The same concept as the popular internet game, but in worksheet form.

  • Black History Month Lesson

    Lesson for Black history month. Short Timeline of American Black History + Black history In Japan and Modernity

  • Silent Hills: Haunted House Adventure

    A super spooky point and click adventure game where students find 3 clues to help them beat the final boss - the Eiken test!

  • Sentence Auction

    In this game, teams want to buy as many sentences as they can with their budget. But some sentences are fakes! You can practice any sentence structure or grammar topic by playing sentence auction.

  • Super Mario Final Review

    Give your students a final review they won't forget. Have them answer questions based on the entire book then choose point blocks that could end in glory or tragedy at random

  • Top 5 activities

  • Super Mario Christmas Blast

    A fun Christmas Mario-themed quiz game, where teams battle each other in a test of knowledge! Built off the original Super Mario Typhoon by Alexander Grant.

  • Say Something A.K.A. 2 line game

    A warm-up activity where kids line up in 2 long lines. No materials needed. they race each other to say who can say a word faster.

  • Foods from Around the World

    A sleek and simple cultural presentation showing off traditional and famous foods from countries around the world.

  • English Conversation Board Game

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

  • Cute Hand-drawn Phonics Chart (A-Z)

    A bright and cute hand-drawn phonics sheet covering the letters of the alphabet.

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