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Go: JHS Grammar Page'WHAT' QUESTION

 

 

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 ...also related to the Simple Present Tense page.

NOTES: This is a collection of activities from around the site which include the question word 'what.'


What ~ do you like?


Monsters on Mt. Fuji: Students work together to find out which monsters are going to blow up Mt. Fuji and try to capture them before anything bad happens.

 

What Janken: Students rotate partners, play janken, interview each other and embrace their artistic skills.

 

 


What am I?


What Am I?: Similar to Twenty Questions, students ask questions to figure out their classmate's secret object.

 

What Am I? Quiz (wrksht only by Katie Young): A simple worksheet used as a warm-up for second graders. The first part is an easy crossword puzzle with a section at the bottom for students to write their own riddles.  

 

 

 


What do you ~?


Breakfast Bingo: Students interview each other and ask each other "What do you have for...?" until their bingo sheets are filled in.

 

Breakfast Bingo Balls: This is a bingo activity where the students themselves choose which words to read out and in pairs ask each other the questions.

 

Breakfast Bingo Janken: Students janken to ask each other "What do you have for...?" and finish their bingo sheet.

 

Breakfast Cootie-Catcher: Student make a Cootie-Catcher in order to practice engaging each other in simple conversation.

 

Sequence (various verbs): Just like the Sequence board game, teams battle to line up four cards in a row to win. Lot's of fun strategies employed as players try to block the other team and remove a rival's card with the とりさる card.

 

What Do You Do: Students prepare questions then do a speaking activity. It is quite heavy on the writing.

What Do You Eat?: This is an exciting dice/ board game for practicing "What do you~?" questions.
 
What Do You Have?: Students walk around making pairs in a battle to figure out each other's secret identities, while practicing the target grammar. (Specifically made with New Crown 1, L3 in mind.
 
'What Do You' Interview: Students get into pairs, interview each other answering eight questions reviewing a few simple grammar points, the most complex and key grammar being "What do you...?" Then, they write their own answers in sentence form.
 
What Do You Play?: This is a janken tournament game similar to Shinka.  Students race to see who can win first using, "What do you~?" grammar.

 

 

 


What is ~?


Pictionary Race: Students draw pictures while their teammates try to guess what they are drawing.


What time ~?


 

Time page: Almost all the time activities feature the big 'what' question.

 


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