With our Lotto game for "Family - members" you will be teaching the English vocabulary for the topic Family - members. The language you will teach is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 .
|9||female cousin||female cousin|
|10||male cousin||male cousin|
Lotto is a generic name for a series of games where players choose a subset from a larger group of elements. Subsequently the elements are selected randomly and displayed. Players tick off those elements they have chosen until one player has ticked off all their elements - often they call out a phrase such as 'Lotto' or 'Bingo' when this occurs to claim that round. Mix and match is one of 10 FREE whole class games to teach English at iclanguage.com.
The game is played like this. Pupils play individually. A topic is shown on screen. Each pupil selects a given number of pictures and writes down their names / a sentence for those pictures. The pictures are hidden then randomly revealed - pupils tick off their pictures and the first to tick off all their pictures shouts 'LOTTO' to win that round.
This game is a form of Bingo played in the target language with simple nouns or short phrases.
This game is played by individual learners not teams.
To win the game, a player must tick off all the names / phrases written on their sheet. The number of items to write down / tick off is up to the discretion of the teacher / class.
Select the topic you would like to use by clicking the 'Change topic' button.
Select the number of pictures you would like to show.
You can choose to show all the pictures in a topic or to show / teach only the first 5 / 10 initially and the second 5 / 10 at a later stage.
Select whether to use on-screen help buttons while playing the game.
Four options are available:
The help buttons appear on the game page as a question mark in the corner of each picture.
There is no scoring since pupils play individually.
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