German Level 3, Activity #01: Bingo / Bingo (Face to Face)

Photo of a neon sign - BINGO
Freepik – katemangostar
Description: Students must try to formulate questions related to the topics on the bingo card. This is to help the students get to know each other in their target language.

Semantic Topics: Bingo, Interests, Interessen, Über Dich,, Kennenlernen,  Adjectives,  Adjektive.

Products: Bingo Cards, Bingo-Karten.

Practices: Playing Bingo to learn about classmates.  Bingo spielen, um mehr über Mitschüler zu erfahren.

Perspectives: By learning about others we can understand them and their perspectives better.  Indem wir über andere lernen, können wir sie und ihre Perspektiven besser verstehe

NCSSFL-ACTFL World-Readiness Standards:

  • Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain informations, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.
  • Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Idaho Content Standards for World Languages:

  • Objective: COMM 1: Interact with others in the target language and gain meaning from interactions in the target language.
  • Objective: COMM 2: Discover meaning from what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics in the target language.

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

  • I can ask and respond to questions regarding my likes and dislikes, hobbies, and interests.
  • I can compare hobbies and free time preferences with a peer in the target culture.

Warm-Up

1. Begin by opening the Google Slideshow and  introduce the Can-do’s for today’s activity.

Öffnen Sie zunächst die Google Slideshow und stellen Sie die Möglichkeiten für die heutige Aktivität vor..

2. Discuss example questions from the BINGO card photos.

Diskutieren Sie Fragebeispiele aus den BINGO-Kartenfotos.

Main Activity

Conversation Bingo

Konversation Bingo

1. The  instructor gives each student a Bingo card.

Der Lehrer gibt jedem Schüler eine Bingo-Karte

2. Students must formulate questions relating to the picture in the square and ask another student the questions.

Die Schüler müssen Fragen zum Bild auf dem Platz formulieren und einen anderen Schüler fragen.

3. Once the student answers, they can mark off a Bingo square.

Sobald der Schüler antwortet, kann er ein Bingo-Quadrat markieren.

4. The student that just answered the question will be the one to ask the next question.

Der Schüler, der gerade die Frage beantwortet hat, wird derjenige sein, der die nächste Frage stellt.

5. Students should try to get a BINGO by asking students questions about pictures in a row.

Die Schüler sollten versuchen, ein BINGO zu bekommen, indem sie den Schülern Fragen zu Bildern in einer Reihe stellen.

6. After someone has a BINGO ask each student to describe one or two things they learned about their classmates.

Nachdem jemand ein BINGO gemacht hat, bitten Sie jeden Schüler, ein oder zwei Dinge zu beschreiben, die er über seine Klassenkameraden gelernt hat.

Wrap-Up

Have each student ask the  instructor a question relating to one of the topics on the card.

Lassen Sie jeden Schüler dem Lehrer eine Frage zu einem der Themen auf der Karte stellen.

End of Activity

  • Read Can-Do statements once more and have students evaluate their confidence.
    (Use thumbs up/thumbs down)
  • Encourage students to be honest in their self-evaluation.
  • Pay attention, and try to use feedback for future activities!

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

  • I can ask and respond to questions regarding my likes and dislikes, hobbies, and interests.
  • I can compare hobbies and free time preferences with a peer in the target culture.

Culture Notes:  Linked here is an article discussing the importance of creating some stress free environments during language learning.  As a helpful reminder for students, this article will be linked in the Cultural Notes section in the first activity of each section. https://languagelearnersjournal.com/2018/05/14/is-stress-impacting-your-language-learning-ability/     Next is linked an Easy German video, “What Kind of Person are You?” watching Germans using descriptive adjectives to talk about themselves.

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