Classroom Resources

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  • Famous Places in Japan I

    Students learn about the names of major cities and famous landmarks in Japan while they play card games.

  • Time Bingo

    Students listen to the clock times read out by the teacher and compete to be the first to fill out their bingo card of clock times they have chosen.

  • Daily Routine Card Games

    Students practise verbal expressions for daily activities.

  • What is my Job?

    Students try to win as many job cards as possible by asking questions to try and determine which job is on the card.

  • Inviting Over the Phone

    Students practise inviting/accepting/refusing in a scenario with a partner then participate in a class game where students are chosen at random by their phone number to perform the dialogue. The chosen student accepts or declines according to the destination card they have.

  • Guess the Souvenir Group Activity

    Students ask a series of questions to try to work out which souvenir another student is holding. If they guess correctly they win the souvenir.

  • Regional Specialities of Japan

    Students complete an information gap task while they practise grammar involving how places seem/appear. The topic is major Japanese cities’ special attractions.

  • Using Flash Cards

    Students can learn new vocabulary and play various games using the flashcards which cover many topics.

  • Card Game Ideas

    Students play the following games with picture/word cards: Vocabulary learning, Grab, Card Matching, Concentration, Guess the word, Definitions, Soccer, On the Buses, Human Board Game, What’s Missing, Reading activities, Phrase/sentence building, Scattergories, Mime Game, Daily Activities, 3 Hint Game

  • Definitions Using a Relative Clause

    Students practise making sentences with relative clauses. The categories are Animals, Subjects and Places. The students must match the word card with the description provided. Each description contains sentences with relative clauses.