Author:
Blake Simmerman, Amber Hoye
Subject:
Languages, World Cultures, Language Education (ESL)
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
High School, Community College / Lower Division
Tags:
  • Answering Questions
  • BINGO
  • Explanations
  • Japanese
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Review Games
  • Taboo
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
    Language:
    English, Japanese

    Japanese 102 - Lab 04 (ビンゴとタブー/Bingo and Taboo)

    Overview

    NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

    • I can identify and describe free-time activities. 

      • 私は色々なアクティビティについて説明できます。

    • I can identify and describe everyday items.

      • 私は日用品について説明できます。

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    Activity Instructions

    ビンゴとタブー | Bingo and Taboo

    Proficiency Level: 

    Novice Low

    AATJ Standards for Learning Japanese:

    • “Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.”

    • “Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.”

    Idaho Content Standards for World Languages:

    • “COMM 1.1 - Interact and negotiate meaning (spoken, signed, written conversation) to share information, reactions, feelings, and opinions.”

    • “COMM 2.1 - Understand, interpret, and analyze what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics.”

    NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

    • I can identify and describe free time activities. 

      • 私は色々なアクティビティについて説明できます。

    • I can identify and describe everyday items.

      • 私は日用品について説明できます。

    Materials Needed:

    Google Slides

    Bingo Sheets - Made with bingo creation website. Printed and laminated.

    Taboo Cards 

    Markers - For students to check bingo sheets and to keep score for the main activity.

    Warm-up

    1. Begin the activity by sharing the website that explains Group I, II, and III verbs. Students may take a picture of the site or write it down. We cannot go over this material in lab, but we can give them the resources in order to better understand verbs and how they conjugate.

    2. Once the students have the links copied somewhere, give an example of a verb from each Group.

    3. Have the students conjugate each of those verbs as practice.

    4. Next, we’ll be playing bingo! Give each student a bingo sheet along with a marker or another way to mark off squares. 

    5. There is a laminated list for the lab assistant with all the possible terms so they may pick items at random.

    6. After every one to two items, ask the lab a related question so they may see and use the vocab in context. If you just called out 「野球!」 you could ask「誰か野球が好きですか?誰か試合を見ますか?」

    7. Keep going until two people have gotten bingos and then move on to the main activity.

    Main Activity

    1. To continue vocabulary practice, the main activity will be Taboo!

    2. You will split the lab into two teams- if there are only 2-3 students in your lab, they can be on the same team.

    3. Ask if anyone has played taboo before. 

      • 誰かタブーをした事がありますか?

    4. Use one of the cards as an example, and explain that they will be trying to get their team to guess the picture/word in blue and that they CAN’T say the word in red.

      • 一つのカードを選んで下さい。チムに青い言葉を説明して、その言葉を言うことができません。赤い言葉も言うことができません。チームが「guess」してください!

    5. They will get one minute to try and explain the word using Japanese only. No gestures or pictures. If their team guesses it correctly, they get three points.

      • 1分で説明して、日本語で話すことが必要です。それは3ポイントです。After that one minute, the duo can begin adding charades to get their team to guess for one minute. If their team guesses it correctly, they get two points.

      • もう1分が必要だったら、シャレードができます。それは2ポイントです。

    6. After that, the last minute the duo can draw on the board to get their team to guess. If their team guess correctly, they get one point.

      • もう1分が必要だったら、ホワイトボードで絵を描くことができます。

      • それは1ポイントです。

    7. If no one in their team guesses, no points.

      • もし 3分がかかったら、それは0ポイントです。

    8. Decide which team will go first. Then two students from the same team will stand in front of the rest of the lab. Set the stack of taboo cards face down where they can reach.

    9. Duo will choose one card and the lab assistant will start the timers. 

    Wrap-up

    End of lab:

    NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

    • Read can-do statements and have students evaluate their confidence with cards 

    • Encourage students to be honest in their self evaluation

    • Pay attention, and try to use feedback for future labs!