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Word sort activity using Japanese loan words "borrowed" from Japanese. This activity provides students studying Japanese language, culture, or history with an opportunity to build on their background knowledge about the Japanese language during the first week of school or with a substitute teacher.
This is a guide to setting up a program, using the karate belt system, to help interest, motivate and challenge your students as they work towards mastering Katakana. Included is; Teaching ideas and a possible teaching sequence Recording sheet for students Display posters outlining the belts Printab
This engaging, interactive, Instagram activity is based on the Rise of Japan. Students view clever Instagram hashtags that give clues to people, places and things related to Japan. They make inferences in order to determine what the post is about. Next, they find evidence in their books, notes, d
This document is a one page printable template that works just like a board game. For each square of the game, type in a question in the language that you are teaching. Students are in team and roll the dice. In order to move forward, they must correctly answer the question written in the specific s
These questions are great Japanese conversation starters for higher level high school Japanese students or lower level college students. This document is written in Japanese.
Congratulate excellence in your Japanese students by giving them teacher roles to carry out during class time. A laminated version of this certificate will easily suffice as a reward for students who openly make a contribution to your classroom.
My students LOVE this activity and get super into it! This activity takes time to prep but learning take place when the students are completing the activity and they love it! Teacher only needs to facilitate, check some answers, and guide the activity. It is an breakout activity, inquiry lesson,
What time do you? This is a worksheet for an activity you can build a lesson around! I used this in Japanese junior high schools but you can use it with more advanced students in elementary school as well. On the top part of the worksheet, students will first interview you about what time you do v
Fun 'hands on' beginning level conversational Japanese course. It targets students without any Japanese language background. The packet includes a sample assignment sheet as well as teacher notes which gives pointers on usage of the program. As vocabulary learning is important to language acquisitio
A big book to teach the Japanese phrase - Dare desu ka? Kids love this!!
Learning another language is something children with special needs often miss out on because we are so focused on developing that english and expressive language. Small amounts of exposure to second languages can support a child's brain development and open up a world of whole world of diversity.
Group activity for students to practice asking about hobbies in Japanese
Japanese Learning with Pictures for Kids – Bingo Cards – VocabularyPrefilled Japanese Bingo Cards Printable: (Vocabulary Version)Item is Instant Download, so you will receive a download link for your purchased file/s within 5 minutesWHAT IS INCLUDED:1) Printable Bingo Cards – 100 Prefilled Bingo wit
Our Japanese Thinking Circle Question Guide is a wonderfully clear visual resource designed to help students with reading comprehension, writing and presentations. This colorful circle resource highlights core queries needed to think critically, and often helps students to streamline their ideas by
Teach students how to make comparisons with (...より...の ほうが ... です。)using a combination of basic 'i' and 'na' adjectives, common teenage hobbies, verbs and animals. Included are listening activities to encourage students to use aizuchi (listening and thinking sounds), common verbal prompts and conv
Teach students to improve their Japanese self introductions and family introductions by building on their adjectives! Included are 13 pages of translational reading, writing, listening and speaking tasks, along with joining ‘i’ and ‘na’ adjective activities. Help students to describe family members
These 21 activities are suitable for self-paced, distance learning as a work packet for students. It covers the vocabulary for describing sports abilities using できます , できません, とくい , にがて, じょうず , へた, 好き , 一番 好きな, 好きじゃない , and します. This also crosses with days of the week so students can describe their
This is a English class activity to be used in Japanese schools, but it also works in any other subject classes. By opening door #1, or door #2, or door #3, your students' future or something else to your liking will be revealed.
This is a concentration lesson activity to be used for team-teaming between Japanese teachers of English and the ALT. In the file, you put in a picture for each slide. However, the lessons are planned, the students pick a number and tries to guess what it is. This activity can also be altered for ot
This lesson activity can be used in the classroom or even during the teachers' bon enkai at the end of the year!! Make sure you have small cultural prizes for your students. Great game to go digitally!! It can also be used for other subject classes. *Note: You need a full desktop version Microsoft P
Just an interactive multiple choice quiz! Add questions, photos, and answers. Fun group activity for Japanese students learning English. This activity can also be altered and used in other subject classes.
This is a Jeopardy activity lesson for team-teaching between Japanese Teachers of English and the ALT. There are categories, which you can change. Then, put in your own set of questions and answers. The currency are set in yen. Cool special interactive affects!!This can also be used in other subject
Eigo Ganbare usually plans English lessons for students in Japanese schools. But, in this case, here is a sushi board game for school students learning Japanese from abroad. Why? Because Eigo Ganbare has done a pen pal letter exchange project! Let’s build a bridge together!
This is an interactive board game lesson activity to be used for team-teaming between Japanese teachers of English and the ALT. In the file, you put in the words or phrases. Then, students make sentences. This activity can also be altered for other subject classes.

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