1. Put vocabulary words on BINGO cards and call out the definitions. Students place their marker upon the correct word that fits the definition.
3. Put countries or cities on BINGO cards and call out Latitude/Longitude coordinates. Students place their marker upon the correct city/country for the coordinates called.
4. Put song names, note names, musician names, or artist names/art styles on BINGO cards. Play songs and/or show works of art. Students place their marker upon the correct name.
5. Put element names on BINGO cards. Show pictures of atoms. Students place their marker upon the correct element for the atom shown.
- Take a sheet of paper and fold it in half 4 times.
- There should be 16 squares when opening the paper. The amount of squares you need depends on the information required.
- Either give students a review questions sheet or put one up on the overhead/projection station(I suggest the latter, economical and eco-friendly)
- Ss. should write the answer to each question in the squares(one per square). They don’t need to write the answers in order, try mix them up on the page.
- Make sure they write the number of the question next to the answer.
- Give each student two pieces of construction paper.
- Have students paste their answer page onto one of the pieces of construction paper to help make it more sturdy
- Fold the second piece of construction paper in half four times to make 16 squares. Have students write each question on the squares (one per square).
- Next, have students cut the sheet into the individual squares and tape each question to the top of the answer on the other page.
- When students fold up the question on their sheet, they will be able to see the answer underneath. Now each student has a unique study guide for the test.
- 1. matching activity
- 2. sentence pattern
- 3. phonics rules review
Review/Learning Chain (成果可能來做教室佈置)
- Cut different colored construction paper (light colors only) into long strips.
- Have students write one review fact, word and definition, or rule on each strip.
- Next have students create a loop with the strip of paper, adding loops together to make a chain.
- If you have students create each link so that the information is on the outside, students can simply move the links around to see the information.
- A variation on this idea is to create a chain yourself with one question per link. During review time have the students come up one at a time and pull a link from the chain. Have the student read the question to the class. The other students then write (or call out) the answer to this question.
- Another variation is to use this activity to have students individually show what they have learned during the unit. Students create chains of information with one fact per link. Students might then share their links of information out loud with the rest of the class (one or two per student). You can then put all the links together for each class and hang them up for festive decorations.