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 make sentences using the pictures on the cards to try and match the hidden animals.
Guess what time it is in various places around the world.
A few worksheets I use for this New Crown Lesson
A game in which the teacher says a word or phrase and students race to slap the correct card.
A group based point getting game. It works well as a write and race type activitiy.
Quizzes, maps and worksheets to be used for giving train directions.
Three activities I use with this lesson, a 'janken' card collecting game, a distance quiz and then making and memorizing dialogues.
Different ways of playing karuta games
Students listen to the ALT pronounce words from the worksheet and choose the corresponding words in an 'amida' or 'ghost leg' activity.
Students memorize words written on the chalkboard and write them as you randomly erase them.
A map of a town with a worksheet.
This is an amazing card game created by a Nagaoka ALT named Scott. It is based on the eigomon card game from Englipedia.
A short activity for practicing simple be verb sentences
Three variations. One quiz with three hints and random points, a second quiz with just silhouettes and a third quiz with people
A quick activity useful for practicing simple questions and answers. I usually use it for 'What's this?'
Students think of 'Do you like' questions to ask the teachers and fill in the worksheet.
A rock scissors papers card collecting game useful for practicing various simple sentences.
Three choice quizzes I use when first start at schools. Might be useful for other ALTs from Canada.
A short and somewhat silly warm up for indirect questions and then a sentences to unscramble worksheet.