The other student then tests their partner on the countries and nationalities. When the students have finished writing, pairs take it in turns to present their country to the class.
The visitors then go to visit the representative of the first country on their card. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Several rounds are played with students receiving a different bingo card each time. The two students then race to find the corresponding capital city card and give it to the student, saying the name of the capital city at the same time.
Country nationality board race Divide the whiteboard into two and get the class to stand in two teams in lines in front of the board, with the person at the front of the queue holding a whiteboard pen.
Each pair is given a set of cards, which they shuffle and place face down in a pile on the table. The other six students are each given a visitor card. The first clue must be about the nationality of the thing being described, e.
If the student says a nationality, their partner replies with the country. After the introductory text has been read out, the representative asks a series of questions to the visitor about the country they come from.
Working together, the students unscramble words on the worksheet to form the names of countries and then write the name of each country's capital city. Another way of doing this is to give each team five different surprising but true pieces of information, and get them to change two, e.