The teacher will identify a photo by saying the target word that represents the photo. Students will search to see if they have the photo that the teacher called out.
Students must identify the photo by writing the name of the item in the square. If students complete the information correctly, then the square belongs to them or they own the square.
For more advanced students the teacher can give a photo hint in the target language instead of the answer itself.
How to Score It:
If you play tic-tac-toe the students must own 3 consecutive spaces, up and down, across or diagonally. The first student that does so wins the game.
If you play bingo you can instruct students to take ownership of the squares in a “U” shape, a “T” shape, a square or have them do a “blackout” in which they must own all of the squares on the card in order to win the game.
Each game includes 4 pages with 4 cards on each page. Every card has the information on a different spot. The teacher will use page 1 for an answer sheet.
All tic-tac-toe or bingo card games are formatted to be printed on legal size paper. However, you can use a pdf editor to take a snapshot of the game, paste it into a clean word document, and then stretch or shrink it to any size you want.
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