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.
Students practice the superlatives "best" and "worst" by giving their opinions on winter vacation.
This is a listening and writing activity intended for a JHS first grade lesson focusing on the use of the subject "I" + plural verbs / be verb.
Students write goals for the new year and ask their friends about their goals.
Students choose a Pokemon and keep it a secret. Their partner must ask "Can you ~ ?" questions to find out which Pokemon their partner has.
Students practice polite requests as they try and reach the finish line by winning janken matches.
Students practice the Infinitive verb form by asking each other what they want to do in winter vacation.
I pair activity where students can practice shopping language, such as "shall I show you a smaller one." etc.
Students try to identify the students of a class full of slackers by listening or reading to descriptions.
This is a template that I made that can be filled in to make a review game for almost anything. Since the questions are able to be customized, this power point can work at any level.
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.
Students practice the "something to ______" grammar pattern by giving each other advice.
Students practice using the target grammar "Will you...?"
Pair activity where students practice the grammar point "He/She/Yuki is the girl who is riding a bike." It can be used with New Horizon 2, but could also be a stand alone activity.
A pair activity where students practice future (will) sentences
A pair activity that allows students to practice giving directions in a real world situation.
A pair activity that allows students to practice speaking to their partners in a real world situation.
Students practice the passive verb form by quizzing each other about food.
Students practice "if" by coming up with conditions and rolling dice to earn or lose points.
Students practice relative pronouns by guessing which classmate their partner is talking about.
Students practice the passive verb form by playing an information gap guessing game.