Today’s technology greatly helps us learn foreign languages in many interactive ways! Particularly for classroom settings, many teachers have started using online activities including kahoot, Quizlet Live, Quizizz, etc. Kahoot (https://kahoot.com/) gives learners opportunities for multiple choice quiz, jumbling quiz. … Continue reading Online Interactive Class Activities!
【WHY】 This is a way to surprise Japanese students at the end of their visit. This would be a good memory they would not forget with tears….. 【WHAT】 Showing a message from all students using hiragana scripts cards. The message … Continue reading How to surprise Japanese students?
【WHAT】 Quiz to compete who is funny 【WHO】 Anyone Japanese students or guests and Australian students (Note: If Japanese students are too shy to participate, they can be judges) 【WHY】 To learn basic Japanese sentences To learn differences in terms … Continue reading IPPON Grand Prix! (Funny Contest)
【WHAT】 Folding a big origami in group (e.g., including Japanese students and Australian students) 【WHY】 To encourage communication between Japanese and Australian students. To show a teamwork beyond cultural and social differences To express oneness representing Australian spirits and Japanese … Continue reading BIG ORIGAMI (We are ONE!)
【What】 True or False quiz. In Japan, 〇 (maru) means true, while × (batsu) means false. 【Who】 This quiz activity is good for a big number of students to learn about cultural and social information in Japan and Australia. For … Continue reading 〇×クイズ（True or False cultural Quiz）with Japanese students