To play Bingo you need a bingo playing card for each player, and a set of calling cards for the leader to call out the words or questions.
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The leader calls out the exact word that the player needs to find on his/her card (hence winning is pure luck).
This is a good way to play when you want the students to review, or become familiar with, the important words from the topic.
Questions and Answers (Difficult)
The leader calls out a question and the player needs to find the answer on his/her card.
This method tests the students on key points from the topic, and winning depends on luck as well as their level of knowledge.
If the students are still learning the subject, you could call out the question, ask someone in the class to give the answer for everyone to hear, check the answer on your calling card, and, if it is correct, all the students can look for that word on their playing cards.