Given No Bingo

Students practice using subject-verb-object-object grammar and have fun with no bingos.

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Originally submitted by Joyce P. Le on Jan 19, 2008.

Give each student a worksheet and have them choose 10 pictures. For each picture, students need to write a name on the line. The name could be anyone in the family, school, friends or famous people.

Students need to interview 16 people in the classroom. If student A asks student B, "Do you have a bus?" and if student B has a name written for the bus, student B needs to say, "Yes I do, (whatever name is written on the line) gave/bought me a bus." Then, student A writes "bus" on any of the empty squares. However, if student B doesn't have a name written for the bus, student B says, "No, I don't" and student A needs to choose another picture and asks again.

No-Bingo: teachers choose 16 pictures and call them out. Students with no bingo and/or the most bingos win.



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Estimated time: 15-30 min

Submitted by: Englipedia Archive

September 06, 2019


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