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Go: JHS Grammar PageYEAR-END REVIEW (grade 2)


FUN FACT: "Are shinkansen lines used for express freight or mail services at night?" (answer below)


NOTE: なし


ABNQMK: Stands for Almost but Not Quite Mario Kart. Students battle to be the quickest to finish this year end review race.


Bizz Quiz: Groups compete in this Jeopardy-style game to answer various questions, depending on their grade level.


Crossword Challenge (New Horizon): Three crossword puzzles with almost all vocabulary from the New Horizon series (grade 2: units 5-7). Students must translate and fill in the blanks to finish.


Describe It: Talk, act, or draw! Whichever you choose, it's sure to be fun and challenging! Describe It is an all-in-one Taboo, Charades and Pictionary game.


Describe Them: Students are given a celebrity card and have to describe the person using 5 sentences.


Exploding Sentences: Students draw cards from a Mystery Box and practice saying the target word and example sentence.

Flow Chart: Students ask yes/no questions to decide what their friends will be in the future. The questions are based on the grammar they learnt in grade 2.
Grand Sugoroku Review: Students play a board game in groups reviewing the 2nd grade syllabus.
Jump Thru Hoops (New Horizon, but easily adaptable): Students have to complete a series of seven puzzles in order to figure out the secret sentence.
Katakana Karuta: Students learn to hear the difference between katakana pronunciation and REAL English by playing this fast paced card game.
Machine Gun Talk: Students get a chance to practice speaking and interacting with ALT/JTE by challenging their quick response to random questions.
Magic Word Box: Students review vocab they've learned by pulling words out of a box and getting their team to guess by drawing, gesturing or using hints in English.
Memory Race: This is a team-race-game in which students must piece together 10 sentences that have been cut up and jumbled in envelopes, write them down, memorize and then recite the sentence to the ALT. Everyone in each team should get to read/write/speak in this activity.
Mumble Movie Quiz: Students watch the Mumble penguin movie and fill-out the worksheet, possibly even surfing the Mumble website and allowing your students to play some exciting games.
Pet Bottle Debate: A fun debate game aimed at late 2nd-3rd graders for reviewing overall grammer, particularly 'X is bigger than Y', 'has' and 'can'. I like to encourage creative thinking and competition and this game really brings it out. Great for after a test!
Riddles: Give the students hints and let them try to guess the English word.
Round Aliens: This is a review game that practices 7 grammar points. Students form grammar-specific sentences in order to complete levels and have a chance at extirpating cute little invaders, the round aliens!
Search the Textbook (New Horizon): Students are given questions and they must find the answers in their textbooks.
Sengoku Jidai (Sunshine): A review quiz game where students battle for territory of Japan.

Sentence Challenge: Each student is given seperate words from a sentence. They have to work as a team to put the sentence together.
Speed Interview (New Horizon): Students use all the grammar they've learned to ask/answer as many questions as they can within a certain time frame.

Super Mario Typhoon:Students review what was studied in the year with a fun, 48 question Power Point quiz based on Mario.

T-Puzzle: A four Parts of Learning activity that can be used to review any grammar point for any grade.

Year End Crossword (wrksht only): This is a year end crossword review built around Total English, but it can be used by all.  The PDF includes grade 1 and 2 reviews.



ANSWER:"No, track and overhead line maintenance is carried out during the night" (source)



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