Description: She gave him a watch.
Students learn the nicknames of places and things and review what they know about Japan.
Students practice using subject-verb-object-object grammar and have fun with no bingos.
Students practice eating at a Japanese-style fast food restaurant.
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 guess the names of different Mario characters in English.
This is a fun game that consolidates 'feelings' vocabulary and provides the opportunity to practice Object Complements in that context.
Two activities for practicing 'I will give her something'
A powerpoint quiz and a writing activity for 'What makes you happy'
A fun powerpoint game for practicing 'We call something something'
Kids make groups of three and interview two friends by asking: "What makes you <adjective>?". Then, they introduce their friends to the class.
Students practice "Shall I show you...." while role playing shopping for clothes.
Students work in groups to respond to commands from the teacher and formulate appropriate responses.
Students will play the roles of the customs officer and tourist in a guessing activity.
Students exchange cards with their classmates, practicing 2 sentence patterns: "Give me a card," and "Give us a card."
Students practice the verb "call" by telling each other about the nicknames they use.
Students practice request sentences by trying to pass off a ticking time bomb.
Students practice the grammar for "give" by thinking of what Christmas presents they would give to family members.
Students explain why they're thankful for someone or something in their lives.
Students think about what they would give teachers for their birthday.