Description: He plays the piano. Does he play the flute?
Students fill out a worksheet about themselves, and then do an activity where they try to guess who their friends are based upon the hints they wrote on their worksheets.
Students guess how many objects you have in your hand or a box.
Students connect numbers to the correct phrases and finally to the appropriate pictures.
A write and race powerpoint game. Useful for review.
Simple powerpoint to review material with a christmas theme
Students use present tense plural verbs to form sentences to describe an original monster.
A quiz review game and then a writing activity.
Students write third person sentences. Then play the Englipedia's Squares game, only a halloween version.
Students compete to guess as many characters as they can by asking "Does (pronoun) (verb + object)?" questions. This uses the characters in the Sunshine textbooks.
Questions lists focused on various grammar points
Practice verbs with an "s" at the end by playing karuta.
Short interview style game to practice 3rd person verb questions
Students secretly choose one character and then interview their friends to find out their choice.
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 listen to the subjects their classmates like to study and memorise.
A group power point game good for reviewing many lesson points.
Students compose a series of questions to try and guess who the thief of the chocolate cake the ALT made was.
A speaking activity based on the Uno Card Game. The same deck can also be used to play Go Fish
Students interview three friends and try to guess which character they have chosen using "Does she/he...?" questions and a process of elimination.
Pair activity to practice comparatives.
Students play a simplified mastermind using 'can' and 'does'.
These are write and race type activities. The groups compete to answer the questions the ALT or teacher gives them.
Students practice relative pronouns by guessing which classmate their partner is talking about.
In this worksheet, students practice "when" and "where" by asking about each other's routines.
Students guess the identity of other students using "does" questions.