Students practice passive grammar by thinking of words that they want to teach to people learning Japanese.
Students practice the grammar pattern "want to" by choosing what they'll bring with them on a vacation.
Hoshi means want in Japanese. This is a relay game that has students asking and answering the question, "Which do you want, A or B?"
Students practice the verb "call" by telling each other about the nicknames they use.
Students practice request sentences by trying to pass off a ticking time bomb.
Students practice relative pronouns by writing hints about teachers at their school.
Students practice the grammar for "give" by thinking of what Christmas presents they would give to family members.
Students explain why they're thankful for someone or something in their lives.
Students practice comparatives by asking their classmates to choose between two things.
Students think about what they would give teachers for their birthday.
Students practice imperative form by giving orders to their classmates.
Students practice a new grammar pattern by playing this Battleship-style game.
A collection of 12 word files with different Karuta cards.
16 word files separated by categories with many flashcards ready to be printed.
Students practice "whose" by mixing up their classroom possessions and trying to find the original owner.
This is a warmup exercise to get the students moving and thinking about English.
Jeopardy game to help your students learn about the ancient Halloween mysteries.
Students read a short passage about drones and write their opinions on how they should be used.
In this worksheet, students practice "when" and "where" by asking about each other's routines.
Students guess the identity of other students using "does" questions.