Each person lays the picture in front of him so he and the other players can easily see it. Students should cut pictures of people out of the magazine, one for each blank on the bingo board, and glue them in place however they see fit.
As they add adjectives, point out the correct order in which to place them. At the end of the minute, have students compare their lists. To play, each person starts with a picture. In class, give your students a pair of adjectives which have similar meanings but are of different intensity.
Then have pairs share their summaries with the class.
Pass the paper one more time and have students unfold it to reveal the letter from their pen pal. If a picture on their board matches that description, they can cover the square.
To prepare, take a trip to your local hardware store or anyplace else where they sell wall paint. Give each student two sticky notes. Each person starts by making a list of adjectives which describe her single friend.
Display their artwork on the wall, and have some students share their pictures and adjectives with the class. Give students a blank bingo board and some old magazines.