Can I use your battleship? Let students practice many "Can I use your..." sentences and have fun playing the classic Battleship game.
Students try to get bingo by asking for favors/permission using `Can you/Can I...` questions.
A speaking based, find your partner activity practicing "Can you~?"
This is a multiple choice quiz about the ALT's family or friends. It requires a lot of editing to use.
A short and somewhat silly warm up for indirect questions and then a sentences to unscramble worksheet.
This is an amazing card game created by a Nagaoka ALT named Scott. It is based on the eigomon card game from Englipedia.
Three activities I use with this lesson, a 'janken' card collecting game, a distance quiz and then making and memorizing dialogues.
A few worksheets I use for this New Crown Lesson
Students try to bluff each other with simple statements.
This is a general use quiz game for various group quizes. It is a variation on the typhoon game.
Students try to race across the Vocab Bridge to the opponent’s side. This game is also known as "Snake Line" or "Janken Line".
Review flashcards while playing baseball with your students.
An engaging strategy for practicing tedious memorization. As an alternative to the “read-and-repeat”, it works best with younger students but can be altered for older students.
Students listen for their card to be called and rush to collect toys.
Students compete against each other to name the flashcards and try to link their bees together.
A quick and simple warm up/ review activity for New Crown, page 8 (A winner never quits)
A matching game where students walk around the classroom and find the person with the matching card.
Students draw cards of target vocabulary and make a sentence. Other students guess if they are lying or not.
A game in which the teacher says a word or phrase and students race to slap the correct card.
Different ways of playing karuta games