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Bingo worksheet activity to practice 'be going to' grammar in conversation. (NH2 JHS P9 Unit 1)

This is a very simply activity to get the students up out of their seats and practicing English. Other than printing out the worksheet before class starts it needs no prep.

  1. First you hand out the worksheet.
  2. Go through the dialogue at the top of the worksheet with the students. Have them repeat after you. (The third dialogue box isn't necessary but it's there to help them keep the conversation going.)
  3. Explain what they should do.
  4. Students will walk around the class asking their classmates questions based on each box. There are 16 boxes so therefore, 16 questions.
  5. Then, they will write the name of the person in the space above the question box and in the little box to the corner of the name they'll put their answers: |O| for 'Yes, I am' or |X| for 'No, I'm not'. This will be used later on so make sure it's done properly.
  6. When they've all filled in their worksheets get them back to their seats and begin a game of bingo. Use the answers to the question as the bingo. For example: Q - "Are you going to do your homework?", if you choose 'Yes' then those students with yes to that question puts a circle or X across that box (same thing for 'No'). If this is too difficult then you can just use the questions as a bingo.
  7. After the bingo, flip to the next side of the page. Here the students will use the answers in the bingo to make sentences. Examples are given in the worksheet.

And that's all. I hope this worksheet helps you out.

Submitted by AbbyALT April 18, 2024 Estimated time: 20 - 30 minutes

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