Students write words in their notebooks hoping to score a bingo.
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Originally submitted by Patrick Bickford on Aug 06, 2009.
- Write a set of vocabulary words on the chalkboard and tell the students to choose five of the words and write them in their notebook.
- Randomly call out the words one-by-one and if the student has written the word, they can cross it out.
- Once they cross off all five words, they call out "Bingo!"
- This is not just a warmup activity. It can be done as a listening exercise at the end of a lesson when there are a lof of words/sentences already written on the chalkboard.
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