Description: Activity assumes students are of a Japanese cultural background.
Students test their knowledge of Japan's prefectures, minus Okinawa, and then practice asking about the location of the prefectures they don't know.
Students practice the present perfect with words like "already," "just," and "not yet" through a character guessing game.
A three-hint-quiz type of game where students have to guess the character being described. Perfect activity for We Can! 2 Unit 3 "He is Famous. She is great."
Students take a character card and roll a dice and say a sentence based on the outcome, e.g. "This is Godzilla, he is my dad."
Which do you like better? Do you like it the best of all ~?
Students practice constructing sentences using two simple present tense verbs while playing a huge game of Tic-Tac-Toe.
Introducing the question, "Have you ever ~ ?" and having students interview each other.
Students listen to the ALT describing a Japanese prefecture and try to guess which one it is to get points. It's a review of English comprehension and general Japanese culture.
A simple guessing game that has students asking the target grammar in its question form and writing it as a statement.
Two powerpoint stories for very young classes
Practice days of the week with a write and race activity.
Students interview each other using "Who is he/she?" questions.
Students are asked about the dates of various Japanese holidays and receive points for answering correctly.
Students choose a famous star and, in pairs, ask each other questions to determine which star they have chosen.
Students ask the ALT questions to try and get a Bingo or Bongo.
Students interview three friends and try to guess which character they have chosen using "Does she/he...?" questions and a process of elimination.
Students race to find the correct Sazae-san family member based on questions asked by the ALT.
Students translate Perfect Present sentences from Japanese to English in order to solve the mystery of who kidnapped Miki Ando.
Students ask other classmates if they can read unknown kanji characters.
Students must find Waldo/Wally and other people in the picture before other groups!