Students work through a series of activities based on the theme of Japanese traditional patterns
Students work through a series of activities based on the theme of bon-odori.
Students learn about Japanese language and culture through a quiz-style slideshow, which contains multiple choice questions with visual cues. Question and answer slides are followed by an explanatory slide which gives context and detail. Teachers’ notes provide further details.
In pairs, students try to be the first to work out the mystery sentence by following directions. Using their map they go to different locations which have been allocated an area of the classroom.
Students role play in pairs, describing the face of a “robber”. The policeman must re-create the face that the informant is describing, feature by feature.
Students can learn new vocabulary and play various games using the flashcards which cover many topics.
Students use their knowledge of descriptions in Japanese combined with logic to name the animals and people.
Students ask a series of questions to try to work out which souvenir another student is holding. If they guess correctly they win the souvenir.
Students practice and perform a 2 person skit where a frantic person comes running into the RSPCA office desperately trying to find a missing pet. The officers try to help the owner as s/he describes the pet.
Students try to guess the konbini item by listening to the clues read out by the teacher. Students compete in teams to try and win the most items.
Students label each other as a famous person and try to figure out who they are by asking about their nationality, physical appearance, job, hobbies etc.
Students take turns reading descriptions and grabbing picture cards that match the descriptions.