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 modified version of the Mario Typhoon Game from the Englipedia with a lot of questions (most) provided by an ALT from Nagaoka named Morgan.
A short silly group activity to practice or introduce superlative writing. It can be adjusted easily for adverbs.
A 'janken based' pair game useful for practicing many patterns. It is most useful for 'Yes' and 'No' question patterns.
This is a write and race activity the students play in groups.
Students test their classmates' powers of perception by drawing hidden shapes.
Students practice superlatives (-est only) by asking each other about people they know.
This is a collection of phonics worksheets and a few presentations I've used over the last two years,
This is a general use quiz game for various group quizes. It is a variation on the typhoon game.
The main game has the students write about various characters, people or animals
A few worksheets I use for this New Crown Lesson
Basic Interview the ALT and JTE to get Yes or No answers to Can you~~ questions.
Three activities I use with this lesson, a 'janken' card collecting game, a distance quiz and then making and memorizing dialogues.
This is an amazing card game created by a Nagaoka ALT named Scott. It is based on the eigomon card game from Englipedia.
This activity follows the same rules as Battle for Japan. It just uses a different map and theme.
A short and somewhat silly warm up for indirect questions and then a sentences to unscramble worksheet.
This is a four question short quiz about world trivia followed by an activity where the students prepare dialogues to have with the ALT or JTE
This is a three choice quiz meant to review comparative and superlative grammar points.
This is a multiple choice quiz about the ALT's family or friends. It requires a lot of editing to use.
Flexible posters and worksheets that can be used to practice present progressive, past progressive, reduced relative pronoun and so on.
A write and race group game. They race to answer the questions to get points.