Description: Develops students' critical thinking skills.
Students read descriptions of Doraemon characters (who have different names in English) and try to guess what their original Japanese names are.
A "Who Dunnit" game where the class are detectives and interview five students to solve a mystery
Martin Luther King Jr Crossword
Students try to explain Japanese words that don't have any simple English equivalents.
This is a word search using the story about The Ogasawara Islands
Students practice expressing their honest opinions with "I think" while playing a game and then writing about what they said during the game.
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.
Students practice writing why or why not they agree with certain controversial statements.
Students go to different stations in the classroom and try and guess how many items are in a bag/container at each station.
After learning about schools in the ALTs home country, students pretend they're the leaders of their school and can make any rules they want in a writing activity.
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 ask yes/no questions about something hidden in a bag until they guess it.
Students race to read and write sentences and complete the passage.
Students listen and decide whether various sentences are true.
Students work in pair teams; one blindfolded while the other issues commands to move around the room and avoid getting caught by the Oni (Devil) team.
Students have to think of English words, phrases and sentences in order to help other students understand the mystery word.
This is a template that I made that can be filled in to make a review game for almost anything. Since the questions are able to be customized, this power point can work at any level.
Jeopardy game to help your students learn about the ancient Halloween mysteries.
Students read a short passage about drones and write their opinions on how they should be used.
Help your students avoid and learn from common mistakes by having them correct sentences.
Students practice "must" and "must not" by thinking about the rules of various classes in English.
Students try to intuit why some words in English end their plural form with -es.
Students practice explaining reasons by quizzing each other with lists of four items - which one of them is the odd one out?
This is a review of the first 40 pages of NC1. A collaborative lesson where all members of each group have a role. Students need to work together to complete the task.