A couple of years ago Terri Eichholz wrote a short blog post about an activity that she had found on the New Times Learning Network. I was recently scrolling through some old bookmarks and found Terri’s post again. So I went to see if it’s still available and it is. The activity is called Literature Quote Bingo.
In the version of Literature Quote Bingo that Terri shared (available here as a PDF) students have a grid that contains nine quotes from famous pieces of literature. Students have to pick three consecutive quotes in the grid and connect them to examples of current news stories.
Literature Quote Bingo could easily be modified. You could create a bigger grid with more quotes. You could have quotes that don’t have authors’ names attached and then ask students to identify the author and work. You could put authors’ names in the grid then have students find quotes to match to the authors.
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