Start the class by writing several questions using “like” on the board. Give each student a piece of A4 paper and tell them to write their name and the answer…
This lesson is a result of discussion at Job Training 2012. Special thanks to Bekah Boehm, Gracia Baugh, Gary Grennan, Brian Chung, and Jane Moore. This is a…
Funny and slightly challenging karuta cards for the vocab to the Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes song. Also includes feet, but you can delete that or switch it for hands or something.
I've uploaded the "cheat sheet" I mentioned at the phonics seminar during this past job training. It's not comprehensive, it just really covers the long and short vowels and silent/magic e rule. I didn't want to overload them and only wanted to focus on the kinds of words JHS 1st year…
In this lesson, I've included my verb flashcard set. I made for 6th graders in an attempt to expand their verb choices so they could at least make more interesting sentences using the "I can~" grammatical framework. These flashcards can also be made into Karuta cards if you print them out in…
Summary: This Christmas lesson is based on an Englipedia lesson, modified for the ability of my students (ichinensei). First, we preview the worksheet as a class, checking the character names and meanings of the Word Box words. We do the first question together as a class,…
This will take 1-2 lessons, depending on how much time your students need writing and if you want them to share their creations at the end. I start by introducing the class to superstitions with a powerpoint. This should be after the conditional clause has already been introduced to the students. The powerpoint gives examples of different…