I have always been fascinated with Bingo and its variants. This lecture game uses Bingo cards to encourage interaction.
The presenter gives a lecture and asks questions at random intervals. Participants pair up, examine their Bingo card, and place a check mark on the square that contains the correct answer to a given question.
Bingo works best when the instructional content is primarily factual or conceptual and when the participants are capable of working with partners. You must be able to generate several short-answer questions related to the content of the presentation.
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