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jeni007
jennifer
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i´m an assistant language teacher at a commercial high school in northern japan.

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Christmas Party Plan
Having a Christmas party for your English conversation class? This plan includes an introduction game, gift exchange, and 5 stations (including cookie decorating, card making, learning "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," Christmas origami making, and listening to a Christmas story). Document contains: time schedule, materials list, responsibilities ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 3-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 29


 
Working with Diagrams
Students complete diagrams using information read in the passages. Includes a Venn Diagram and a pie chart, as well as answer key.
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 24


 
talking about food (introduction)
A good introduction to a food lesson. This worksheet gets kids to find the definitions of texture and taste adjectives (spicy, chewy...) and then use them to describe some common foods. Finally, they describe their favorite food.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 19


 
speech contest plan
This packet takes students step-by-step through the process of writing an argumentative essay. It also includes an example about evil cats. First, they choose a topic and do research. Next, they write an outline, a first draft, and a final draft. Finally, they memorize and present their speeches. Underlined words have a text box underneath in ...
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 14


 
Twenty Questions: Activity and Worksheet
Includes a description of how to play this small group game that uses yes-or-no questions. The worksheet is a checklist for the students to keep track of the guesses they´ve made and their answers. And the cards can be used for students who don´t like to stand out by thinking of their own person, place, or thing for the others to guess. Includes...
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 7


 
what did you eat for breakfast today (with worksheet)
Includes a warm-up, listening section, and worksheet. The worksheet includes a dialog about breakfast, as well as an interview and report activity.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 6


 
funny fish names - answers
ANSWER SHEET -- Students match fish names with pictures representing their parts. For example, jellyfish = jelly + fish. A fun game for young kids (and easy, if you go over the names of the fish on the left in English first).
Level: elementary
Age: 3-10
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 5


 
Do you eat tomatoes?
Students use this double-sided worksheet to talk about less popular foods (like pickles, natto, sauerkraut, avocado, etc.). They give reasons for liking/not liking the foods and explain how they eat them. They use a dialog to interview classmates and then report their findings to the class.
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 4


 
point cards with classroom English
This sheet should be printed double-sided. Students write their name (large) and fold it to make a tent. Every class, the put the card on their desk so teachers can see their names. Every time they volunteer or do some required homework (your choice), they get a stamp or sticker on this card. 20 points is perfect. After that, they´re into the ...
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
Type: others
Downloads: 4


 
roses are red (valentine´s day + rhyming)
worksheet and lesson plan. my high school students really loved this activity last year. first, the class reads about and discusses the differences between valentine´s day in japan and the u.s.a. (change it to fit any country). then, they practice using english rhymes. (if you have time, you can have them listen to songs and circle the rhymes on...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 4

 

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