Before starting the game, review the vocabulary with the students. This could just be the students repeating as the teacher reads. If the students are confident with reading, have the students read out the words instead of the teacher.
Use bingo to practice grammar by choosing a number of sentences to review and then choosing vocabulary to fit into those sentences. Have one or two sentence patterns for each row. Give the sentences to the students in order to speed up the process.
Second year example grammarEdit
This grammar is taken from the New Horizon second year books.
- Could you tell me the way to the post office?
- I’m looking for the post office.
- Godzilla is stronger than King Kong.
- Godzilla is the strongest of all monsters.
- This movie is more interesting than that one.
- This movie is the most interesting this year.
- Emi is my best friend.
- They fly as high as a bird.
- Shall I show you a bigger one?
- What size are you looking for?
Third year example grammarEdit
This grammar is taken from the New Horizon third year books.
- I have wanted a bike since the fourth grade.
- I have wanted a new truck since last year.
- Have you ever been to Sapporro?
- I have lived in Japan for ten years.
- This is a book I bought in the United states.
- Look at the book on the desk.
- We went to Kyoto on a school trip.
- This computer was made 10 years ago.
- Many people use English.
- I got up early to swim yesterday.
|B||Valentine’s Day||fluffy rabbit||February||rose||kimono||cute mouse||tiger|
|N||diamond ring||chocolate||present||cell phone||letter||frog-cat||cake|
Bingo sheets that are ready to print off and use in the classroom;
|Wikipedia has an article related to: Bingo (U.S.).|
|Wikipedia has an article related to: Bingo (Commonwealth).|
- Let's Enjoy Bingo! - a book used in some schools.
See more information about how to get started at the Central Wikia tutorial.