GCSE LINGO REVISION (TERMINOLOGY BINGO AND AFL/ ASSESSMENT OF RETAINED LEARNING)

This resource is a Media related take on Bingo and assesses students:

-General Media Knowledge
-Knowledge of the forms
-Knowledge of the Theoretical Frameworks

Simply put:

-There are 20 Lingo Tiles.
-The student or group to get two lines wins a smaller prize. These lines can vertically or horizontally integrate. They must call out Lingo after the all tiles have been played and the group is marking their answers.
-A Full House or as it is called in this game, a ‘Hall House’ (after Stuart Hall)

There are two modes you can play and the resource can either be solo or group:

A Selection and Combination LINGO sheet will and can be on anything RAIL or contexts related. Moreover, your teacher may decide to mix Component 1 questions with that of Component 2 ones or keep a Component focus to one LINGO sheet.

Finally, to make things extra challenging, sometimes the questions will not be written in the tiles but rather on the Power Point. These may vary in points and a high score within the class of 40 or a number set by the teacher, will win a Special Prize.

This Resource includes a LINGO Power Point, 3 variations on the sheet, a complete starter round with 20 questions populated on the resource to get you started. This resource once purchased can be updated and added to easily by teachers and/ or students.

NOTE: I am following EDUQAS Teaching Model 1 in my teaching/ SOW and my school is only providing Media Studies at a AS/A2 Two- Year Course. If you liked this resource and found it useful, it would be greatly appreciated if you could feedback or rate my resource as I am constantly trying to adapt and refine my resources to improve the learning of my students. Many thanks.

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