In Japan, Junior High School consists of 3 grades. Students are usually between 12 and 15 years old. English is a full, required subject and consists of speaking, listening, reading, and writing practice. Much of the curriculum is designed around the grammar points and vocabulary used for school entrance exams.
A worksheet to help students learn how to spell the numbers one through twenty.
A fairly straightforward worksheet to be used in conjunction with Hew Horizon 1, pg 64.
Help your students avoid and learn from common mistakes by having them correct sentences.
Students ask each other about what they were doing last night to practice past continuous grammar.
Students practice "must" and "must not" by thinking about the rules of various classes in English.
Students practice the modal verbs "must" or "have to" by writing about the rules of their household.
Students practice past tense by writing about their memories of the school year.
Students practice plurals (and the names of body parts) by drawing comical monsters.
A PPT to introduce the unit about WW2 and Sadako Sasaki ( NEW CROWN 3).
A questionnaire about the film Dolphin Tale (New Crow 3 and New Horizon 2)
Students are race to drawn the nouns given by teachers.
Students think of which kanji represents their experience in this calendar year and explain their choice in English.
Students get into the spirit of Valentine's Day by writing compliments to each other.
Students learn about the characters in Peanuts and practice pronouns.
Students quiz each other about animals using "can" sentences.
Students try to intuit why some words in English end their plural form with -es.
Students practice explaining reasons by quizzing each other with lists of four items - which one of them is the odd one out?
Giving direction at a train station. To be used with New Horizon 3, pg 68 (or a similar dialogue)
An activity that goes with "Would you like to..." in New Horizon, page 44.
An activity that practices "How many notebooks do you have?" "I have three notebooks."