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Hello! What is bingo for? what can teachers and students do with them? Could you help me, please, to read what is written in the picture, which is given as an example here? The picture is attached. I mean the letters under "The fruits bingo". Thanks.
You generally play Bingo with young learners, Bongoes can be on any sots of subjects. it is based on the English game bingo with numbers, each person has a card wirh certain numbers, the game master takes out number after number and each time you get one on your card you hide it with some magnet or others and the first person to get his card complete shouts Bingo and wins. So you can see it can be done with any vocabylary theme as a fun way to learn vocabulary, here with fruit bingo , you give each kid a card with six fruit and normally you have all the fruit individually on small cards and you take one after another until one of your pupils has all the fruit you took out and has his grid complete and shouts Bingo! You can give the role of game master to the winner of each game after
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So, I was wondering if anybody could think of some typical intonation problems for Spanish speakers.
I have a stinking cold and really canīt think of much at the moment except for the following:
I know there are a lot more but I would like to develop something for a class I have on Wednesday and canīt find much on google. Preferably I want to do something with some kind of game or maybe even a correction exercise with listening comprehension.
If anybody can add to this list you will have my undying gratitude.