Classroom Resources

Junior_Secondary Primary Listening

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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 Check with Clocks

    Students work in pairs to set the clock at a particular time and converse in Japanese about what time it is.

  • 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.

  • Choosing a Sports Kurabu

    Students work in pairs to decide which of the four sports clubs (gyms) they will join. Each student and their partner go to two clubs, ask some questions and share the information. They then discuss which club they will choose.

  • 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

  • Board Game: Travel Around Japan

    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.

  • Descriptions Using an Identikit

    Students role play in pairs, describing the face of a “robber”. The policeman must re-create the face that the informant is describing, feature by feature.

  • Everyday Greetings Karuta

    Students play karuta in groups of four to learn the expressions おはよう、こんにちは、こんばんは、ありがとう、ごめんなさい、おやすみなさい、じゃ、また、さようなら、いってきます、ただいま、いただきます、ごちそうさま.