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Originally submitted by Stephanie Leung / James Lee on Mar 25, 2010.
Using the phrases on the top half of the worksheet, check student's understanding of a simple telephone conversation and practice it a few times. Provide some example dialogues for the "English conversation" section. For example:
After students have practiced it themselves a few times, JTE/ALT give each student a character card where they can stick onto the 'My Character' space at the top of the worksheet. This is their character that they will use to 'answer their telephone' when playing Bringo.
Students then choose nine characters from the grid and write the names into the 3x3 table. Once everyone is ready, the game begins by breaking the class into pairs.
First, the pair jankens to see who starts. The loser initiates the conversation, whilst the winner has a chance to guess who the character of the loser is. If that character is in their "Bringo grid", they can mark it off. The first student to find all nine characters wins!