Playing Bingo in English Lessons – The Game
Start the game
The quizmaster picks a number from the cards, for example number 44. He puts the card onto number 44 on his master grid and says: N forty-four. The quizmaster can repeat the number. But the game is more exciting if the quizmaster doesn't repeat the numbers.
If the called number is on the students' grid, they mark it. The students can do this with a pencil, so they can reuse the grid if they like. The students might also prepare more grids in advance (homework). The quizmaster goes on picking numbers and calling them out.
End of the game
If one player has marked all squares in a row - vertically, horzontically, or diagonally – he shouts: ›BINGO‹.
The student who has shouted BINGO repeats all numbers of his row, column or diagonal and the quizmaster checks them on his master grid. If the student has marked the numbers correctly he can be the next quizmaster. He takes all cards of the mastergrid and the game starts again. The students erase their markings or use a new grid for the next round.
- The amount of numbers may be changed.
- You can use other five-letter words in order to revise the alphabet and the pronunciation of the letters.