Junior High School

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New Horizon lesson ideas

Finding small mistakes in reading texts (Any unit, any grade/year)

New Horizon 1

Jeopardy (Present Interrogative) (New Horizon 1, Unit 5)

What do you have for breakfast? (New Horizon 1, Unit 5 p62)

ベッキーのおばあちゃん (New Horizon 1, Unit 6, Part 1)

Final -ed Pronunciation (New Horizon 1, Unit 11 and up)

New Horizon 2

New Horizon 2 Speaking Plus 2

Navagating On Our School Trip (New Horizon 2, Speaking Plus 3)

Superlatives (New Horizon 2, Unit 7)

Unit 5 PowerPoint Revision Quiz

New Horizon 3

Fan Letters (New Horizon 3, Writing Plus 1)

I Know How To Janken (New Horizon 3, Unit 4)

Could you tell me how to get to the Singapore Zoo? (New Horizon 3, Unit 4, Speaking Plus 3, pages 50-51)

Electronic Dictionaries (New Horizon 3, Unit 5)

Electronic Dictionaries Debate (New Horizons 3, Unit 5, Reading for Communicating pp. 56)

Beyond Ms. Brown: Practical Uses of Textbook English

Sunshine lesson ideas

What did you do?!?!?! (all years/adaptable for different units)

Could you? (Sunshine 3, Power-Up Speaking 3, pp. 34-35)

One World lesson ideas

Non-textbook lesson ideas

Around The World

Do you know how to read this kanji? (3rd grade)

Funglish

Reading Race (All grades and higher)

Review Must and Must not

Sentence Scramble

The Great World Pyramid! (All grades and higher)

Yearbook making and signing party (can work with all grades, as well as Eikaiwa)

Holiday lesson ideas

Halloween Bookmarks (Any grade, also for use in ES)

Making Jack O'Lanterns (1st grade; Do/does….? And review of various grammar points up to Unit 6 in New Horizon 1)

Halloween Lesson Plan (Any grade and ES. Halloween themed games)

Hanukkhah lesson with games and recipes (1-3 grade)

Self-introduction lesson ideas

Phonics/Pronunciation lesson ideas

Project ideas

English Language Newsletter (Any grade, also for use in HS)

Pen Pal Letter Exchange (Junior high school - best starting from 2nd year and up)

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