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 review recent vocabulary by quizzing each other.
Students practice Present Progressive grammar by drawing two people and asking their classmates what they're doing.
The horse race activity played on the board. I often do it as a review before tests.
Another territorial battle game. Like Robots attacking the world it is meant for longer or more advanced questions.
Simple 'YES' or 'NO' interview activity.
This is a short powerpoint version of battleship. It can used as an introduction to a pair battleship game or maybe an activity with a smaller class.
An activity worksheet that practices presesent continuous, for example, "I'm eating ramen."
A discussion activity useful for 3rd year classes.
A battle power point game similiar to the Battle for Japan activity or Invasion USA. The groups work at their own speed though.
Very short mingler interviews.
A karuta styled activity to be played in pairs.
A "Who Dunnit" game that has students asking other students what they were doing recently.
New Crown Let's Talk Seven. This is a short powerpoint quiz and a worksheet for practicing the shopping dialogue.
Review activity. Students work in pairs or groups to get the teacher to say the words on the worksheet.
An activity (set in Tokyo, Japan) for practicing "There is" and "there are"
Students practice comparative grammar by stacking themselves up against their classmates.
Pair activity to practice comparatives.
Basic 'write and race' activity about the student's town.
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.