Description: Tom has eaten two hot dogs.
A game to get the students to practice the four parts of learning (reading, writing, talking and listening) while trying to find out who kidnapped Miki Ando.
Students interview each other at a school reunion to find out where they've been since graduation.
Students ask each other questions about whether they've been to various locations.
This activity can be a sort of quiz game for the students while practicing the "I think (that)... sentence pattern. Though it can be used with any other grammar lessons, like verb tenses.
Writing worksheets for students to write about a place they've either been to or want to go to.
Students practice the present perfect with words like "already," "just," and "not yet" through a character guessing game.
Almost Mario Style Race and Summer Festival Quiz
Students play "Never Have I Ever" in lunch groups, then write about what they learned about their classmates.
Students try and get bingo by asking students what they have and haven't done.
Students have short conversations with teachers
A mingler looking for 'me too' answers
A write and race activity for present perfect
A mingler version of battle ship
Introducing the question, "Have you ever ~ ?" and having students interview each other.
Students try to get the most points by taking time cards and making sentences about what they've just/already done at that time.
Students ask present perfect questions while hoping not to get three strikes.
Three activities to practice 'for' and 'since'
A group power point game good for reviewing many lesson points.
Students practice "Have you ever ....?" questions while having fun betting about classmates' experiences.
A speaking activity based on the Uno Card Game. The same deck can also be used to play Go Fish
Students ask the ALT questions to try and get a Bingo or Bongo.
An activity based on the popular Guess Who game.
Students translate Perfect Present sentences from Japanese to English in order to solve the mystery of who kidnapped Miki Ando.
Another territorial battle game. Like Robots attacking the world it is meant for longer or more advanced questions.
A 'janken based' pair game useful for practicing many patterns. It is most useful for 'Yes' and 'No' question patterns.
Students test their classmates' powers of perception by drawing hidden shapes.
These are write and race type activities. The groups compete to answer the questions the ALT or teacher gives them.