Enrich your Japanese classroom with a collection of resources
for all learners from The Japan Foundation, Sydney.
Students act out this children’s story which can be easily understood by an audience with or without knowledge of Japanese. The play can be used by students not only in the classroom but also as a presentation for a school event. There are 9 parts.
Group_work Skits Primary Junior_Secondary Reading Speaking
Students play a board game where they make their way around a map of Japan, practising inviting others to places by various means of transport.
Games Group_work Invitations Travel Primary Junior_Secondary Listening Reading Speaking
Songs Primary Reading
Students practise verbal expressions for daily activities.
Daily_routine Games Grammar Time Verbs Primary Junior_Secondary Listening Speaking
Students perform the sick family skit multiple times according to the Director’s instructions. He makes them do it “slower”, “faster”, “scarier” etc. There are 7 parts, including the Director.
Family Grammar Health_and_sickness Role_play Skits Primary Junior_Secondary Listening Reading Speaking
Students use the train map supplied to work out who can get to the bomb fastest before it explodes. Students work out a route for each of the four detectives and add up the minutes it takes to them to reach the destination in time.
Differentiated_learning Problem_solving Time Junior_Secondary Senior_Secondary Reading
Environment Integrated_curriculum Junior_Secondary Senior_Secondary Listening Reading
Students read a ghost story and put the jumbled word cards OR jumbled picture cards in order.
Grammar Manga Junior_Secondary Senior_Secondary Reading
Students participate in a game show (like the old show “Family Feud”) where they guess how people responded to a survey.
Family Games Grammar Role_play Skits Senior_Secondary Listening Reading Speaking