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pandabear
Michael Kanda
United States



I am from the US and have a TESL certificate from the University of California at Santa Barbara. I teach English in Japanese elementary and junior high schools. Thank you for sharing all of your excellent ideas and original resources! I will try to do my share in contributing good useful resources, too!

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Asking For and Giving Railway Directions
This is an information gap activity. (Step1) Half of the class gets the Tokyo Tower worksheet and the other half gets the Asakusa Shrine worksheet. (Step2) Drill the asking for and giving of train-subway directions to various destinations dialog patterns. (Step3) Everybody walks around to find a classmate with the other worksheet and asks her for d...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 73


 
SHOPPING for SINGULAR and PLURAL items- drills and speaking activities
Distinguish between singular and plural nouns and make related sentences. Match the names of the things with the pictures. Fill in the blanks with "is this" or "are these" and complete the shopping sentences. Decide and write down prices like in example letter a. Introduce and drill shopping phrases that you would like to teach. Students stand up, ...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 59


 
STUDENT POTENTIAL SURVEY w/ FEEDBACK
This is a fun survey in easy English with honest and helpful feedback. Any students interested in becoming better students will enjoy it. If you hope to encourage your students to think about their potential as a student, this activity is a fun option. Please refer to page 2 for detailed activity instructions. Thank you very much.
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 53


 
Comparative and Superlative Speaking Group Competition
This is a lively competition between small groups in which students ask the teacher(s) comparative and superlative questions about the eight students on the worksheet. The group that lists the 8 students in the correct order first WINS. The answer key is included on page 2.
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 52


 
We Can Work It Out by the Beatles
General steps and ideas for teaching English with songs 1) Introduce the song and singer-songwriter (name, country, hometown) with interesting facts about the singer and song. Google the title of the song. Sites like songfacts dot com and Wikipedia are often good sources. 2) Slowly drill the missing phrases and words, defining new words and ph...
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 50


 
Christmas Vocabulary Bingo
Say the words aloud together. Have students write the sixteen words into the boxes of the bingo game grid. An option for choosing the words during the game is to make an extra copy of the game sheet, cut the picture-word slips out individually at the bottom of the game sheet, put these slips of paper in a bag, choose students to draw a slip out of ...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 43


 
SHOPPING IN THE USA Play Money Set B
Make play money to use in a shopping themed lesson. I printed this play money in grayscale on green paper and teach a lesson with various shops and merchandise. Each student is given a generous amount of play money to role play as customers and shop clerks. I collect the play money at the end of the class to use again. This play money can also be u...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 33


 
SHOPPING IN THE USA Play Money Set A
Make play money to use in a shopping themed lesson. I printed this play money in grayscale on green paper and teach a lesson with various shops and merchandise. Each student is given a generous amount of play money to role play as customers and shop clerks. I collect the play money at the end of the class to use again. This play money can also be u...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 30


 
Who Is It Clue Game Student Profile Cards
Each student fills in a 1/2 sheet profile card. Then collect all the completed cards and redistribute them. Make sure nobody gets their own card. A student stands up, pretends to be that classmate and says a self-introduction without saying any names. The class listens and guesses who it is! You can also practice the third person by having student...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-13
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 22


 
Holidays & Celebrations 2009 in the US
This worksheet can be used simply as a matching the holiday with the date exercise. It can also be used for higher levels to teach WHEN questions and saying dates. Finally, it can be used as a listening excercise where teachers and students who know can say when the holidays or celebrations are, while the rest of the class listens and connects th...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 18

 

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