Description: Students write in the activity.
A worksheet to accommodate the 2nd year Power-Up 1 activity in the Sunshine textbooks.
Introducing the question, "Have you ever ~ ?" and having students interview each other.
Students will (hopefully) make a funny story using the template of a Madlib that uses the target grammar.
Students write words in their notebooks hoping to score a bingo.
Students try to get the most points by taking time cards and making sentences about what they've just/already done at that time.
Teams race to unscramble the Magic Box story. Then, they answer questions to receive 'magic words', which then forms a 'magic question' the teams must answer.
Students make a food wheel to help them become familiar with the written words for different foods.
This is a very basic, quick and easy "Will you ~?" interview game.
Students review and learn new adjectives and then poll their classmates about different topics.
Students aim to think of many words associated with a topic.
Students practice using the phrase "How was" (How was your weekend, lunch, etc.) by playing question-answer memory and then writing their own "How was" questions.
Lets students review simple past tense whilst introducing simple future tense.
Students ask each other reduced relative clause questions to gather various peoples' names.
Students race to read and write sentences and complete the passage.
Students close their eyes and imagine the story you tell them. Upon opening their eyes, they complete a worksheet based upon their imagination.
Kids make groups of three and interview two friends by asking: "What makes you <adjective>?". Then, they introduce their friends to the class.
Fast paced recognition game to learn the alphabet.
I use these worksheets for the first class of the year. One sheet is for first-year students, and the second one is for returning students.
Students interview each other using "Do you know how to...?"
This three-part activity starts with students listening to a dialogue between the JTE and ALT. Then they play Bingo and finish off with a writing exercise.
This is a word race game that has students trying to write long words in order to win the race.
Pairs of students listen to teacher read a bad and crazy fairytale. If they match, they win!
Students work in groups to formulate passive voice sentences following guideline keywords given by other students.
Students use Infinitive Verbs sentences to fill in a grid.
A short quiz introducing the past tense of the be verb and also the when connection. A follow up writing activity.
Students read a self-introduction from one of their classmates, then the class guesses which student it's from.
This poetry writing exercise allows students the chance to express themselves via the beautiful language of poetry.
A dice rolling game to practice sentences with 'must' in them.
Students practice sentences to debate for/against a motion.
Two fun passive voice riddles that can be used after students learn to use the passive voice.
Students race to be the fastest to touch the body part explained by the ALT.
An interview activity where students find out what their friends know how to do.
This game can be adapted for any grammar point. It encourages students to create, and say aloud a particular grammar point repeatedly.
Students memorize words written on the chalkboard and write them as you randomly erase them.
Students read sentences and change the verb in parentheses to the past tense form.
This is a relatively quick game to practice the must/mustn't grammar form while also reviewing verbs and basic rules of behavior in English class.
The students look at pictures and listen to sounds, and then write sentences to describe what they saw/heard.
Students translate the adjectives into Japanese then ask each other their opinions.
Students make sentences using 'that/which' Relative Pronouns.
Students walk around and exchange their picture cards with other students, with the goal of collecting many fruits that they like and giving away fruits that they don't like.