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Breakfast Bingo Janken

 

SUBMITTED BY: Raymond Corrigan / Stephanie Hufford

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Englipedia's Breakfast Bingo Balls

EDITED BY: まだ / Siguy

GRAMMAR: Present Tense Verb (simple)

EXAMPLE: What do you have for breakfast?

DATE ADDED: Jan 18, 2011

 

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15-30 min.
 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students janken to ask each other "What do you have for...?" and finish their bingo sheet. (Stephanie's version - Students receive a breakfast card, and interview each other to get a bingo.) 

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. After practicing "What do you have for...?" and the food vocabulary, hand out a worksheet to each student.
  2. Students stand up, find a partner and play Janken. The winner asks the loser, "What do you have for...?" and circles the loser`s response. The loser can only give one response.
  3. 3. Students repeat from Step 2 and see how many bingos they can get in a set time limit. Reward bingos with stickers, applause, high-fives etc...

 

VARIATIONS:

  • You can delete the leftmost column and vary the question however you like: "What's your favourite food/drink?" or "What food/drink do you like?" etc.
  • In Stepahinie's version cut out the food squares and randomly hand them out, so each student is assigened a food.

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • If the reward is stickers or high-fives, I recommend having students come to you every time they get bingo. If the reward is applause, check the number of bingos at the end.

 

 

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