Description: He is a boy who writes novels.
A find your partner game where students use slips of paper to complete a relative sentence.
Students listen to a description of a park scene and they must draw it.
Groups race to turn Japanese Relative Clause sentences into English ones.
Students make their classmates find other students who match their criteria.
A powerpoint quiz to which clause to use
Questions lists focused on various grammar points
A powerpoint game useful for review.
Students ask each other questions about whether they've been to various locations.
An Almost Mario Kart style activity for Halloween
Practice the 'who' relative pronoun
A writing activity for groups
2nd Year New Crown Use Read Review Game
This is an introduction to relative pronouns followed by a subject. 'This is the dog that my sister loves very much'
A powerpoint activity that can be adapted to assorted lesson points. Good for review.
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.
This is a classic logic puzzle. The students must read and understand the relative pronoun sentences in order to solve the puzzle.
Students make sentences using 'that/which' Relative Pronouns.
The objective of Scattergories is to score points by uniquely naming objects within a set of categories, given an initial letter, within a time limit.
The horse race activity played on the board. I often do it as a review before tests.
A write and race game based on the Senkoku Jidai quiz game found on the Englipedia site.
The students work together as a team to answer the teachers question in fun class race. I added one for Passive Voice.
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.
Students practice relative pronouns by guessing which classmate their partner is talking about.
Students practice relative pronouns by writing hints about teachers at their school.