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					           Domino Card Sort
           [20 cards per set]
          and Bingo Generator
               [15 cards ]

Inspired by the domino card sort activity in the DfES Standards
Unit's Business Studies Activity Pack, this Excel workbook aims to
allow the speedy production domino card sort packs and also Bingo
Cards - two sets of resources from one amount of effort!

I was motivated to add the bingo cards after seeing them produced
by Kate Hallett - South West Regional Subject Lead, Business.

Instructions - Dominos and Bingo

Input sheet
Type or paste terms and their definitions into the cells
Print this sheet out if you need the answers!

Jumbled sheet
You do not need to touch this sheet - the workbook jumbles the
definitions as I take them from my handouts in a sequential way
and this could be sussed by students using the dominos.

Instructions - Dominos

Print sheets
Print out four copies of the "Print back" sheet before printing out
Print sheets 1 to 4 on them, back to back.

Ideally the sheets will be printed out on different coloured paper
or card for each set that you want to make.
You may need to reduce the font sizes of some cells if you have
used any very large definitions.

Instructions - Bingo

Print out the tutor grid and the bingo grids I have set it up that you
should get 3 bingo cards per A4 page.


Bob Tapp
NLN Subject Mentor - Business Studies
Version 2
                            Place where health and social care
                            services are provided, for example,
                            hospitals, day care facilities,
1                           residential settings, clinics and
                            clients' own homes. Early years
                            settings are for children up to 8 years
        Care Setting        of age.
                            The correct name for these are
                            'percentile charts'. They are used for
                            plotting the height and weight of
2                           children against standard
                            measurements known as 'norms'.
                            There are separate charts for boys
        Centile Charts      and girls.
                            This term is used for the recipient of
                            health and social care. In some
3                           settings the term 'service user' is
            Client          used.
                            Guidelines that apply to the working
                            practices of professional care
                            workers when working in care
4                           settings. These define the quality and
                            standards of care that clients can
      Codes of Practice     expect.
                            Trying to image being in the other
5                           persons place - so you can
         Empathise          understand how they feel.
                            This relates to the fact there are
6                           many different people, beliefs and
          Diversity         cultures.
                            Care and education facilities and
                            services available for infants and
                            children from birth to eight years of
7                           age, for example, playgroups,
                            nurseries, and infants' and children's
     Early Years Services   health services.
                            The independent sector is made up
                            of two parts: voluntary and private.
8                           These are not part of the statutory
     Independent Sector     services.
                            A person who is looking after
                            someone and who is not paid to do
                            so. The person who is caring is often
9                           a relative, friend or neighbour who is
                            probably not professionally trained in
        Informal Carer      caring.

                            Examples are height, weight,
10                          breathing rate and BMI. These
      Measure of Health     measurements tell us how fit we are.
11                          Belonging to a certain race or culture.
           Ethnic
                          Those who organise different
                          services for their sector, e.g. early
12                        years providers, health providers,
                          services provided by local
         Providers        authorities.

                          A term used within the specifications
                          that requires information about an
13                        aim that has an outcome. It is the
                          intended direction; for example, the
                          purpose of a hospital is to give
          Purpose         medical help.
                          The method used to send a person
                          on to another, who may be more
14                        experienced or qualified to deal with
          Referral        the situation.
                          To check for conditions, or the
15                        presence or absence of disease.
     Screening (Health)
                          Care provided by a care worker, such
16                        as a G.P.
     Primary Healthcare
17      Self-concept      The image we have of ourselves.

                          This usually refers to a service that
18                        must be provided by the statutory
                          NHS or statutory Local Authority as
       Statutory (law)    the result of an Act of Parliament.
                          A very close link/emotional
19                        attachment.
          Bonding
                          The value that you attach to yourself
20                        and your skills.
        Self-esteem
    You don't need to worry about this sheet
                       Place where health and social care services
                       are provided, for example, hospitals, day care
                       facilities, residential settings, clinics and clients'
                       own homes. Early years settings are for
Care Setting           children up to 8 years of age.
                       A person who is looking after someone and
                       who is not paid to do so. The person who is
                       caring is often a relative, friend or neighbour
                       who is probably not professionally trained in
Informal Carer         caring.

Primary Healthcare     Care provided by a care worker, such as a G.P.
                       A term used within the specifications that
                       requires information about an aim that has an
                       outcome. It is the intended direction; for
                       example, the purpose of a hospital is to give
Purpose                medical help.
                       The correct name for these are 'percentile
                       charts'. They are used for plotting the height
                       and weight of children against standard
                       measurements known as 'norms'. There are
Centile Charts         separate charts for boys and girls.
                       The value that you attach to yourself and your
Self-esteem            skills.
                       This usually refers to a service that must be
                       provided by the statutory NHS or statutory
                       Local Authority as the result of an Act of
Statutory (law)        Parliament.

                       Trying to image being in the other persons
Empathise              place - so you can understand how they feel.
Ethnic                 Belonging to a certain race or culture.
                       This term is used for the recipient of health and
                       social care. In some settings the term 'service
Client                 user' is used.
                       Care and education facilities and services
                       available for infants and children from birth to
                       eight years of age, for example, playgroups,
                       nurseries, and infants' and children's health
Early Years Services   services.
Bonding                A very close link/emotional attachment.
                       To check for conditions, or the presence or
Screening (Health)     absence of disease.
                       This relates to the fact there are many different
Diversity              people, beliefs and cultures.
                       The method used to send a person on to
                       another, who may be more experienced or
Referral               qualified to deal with the situation.
                     The independent sector is made up of two
                     parts: voluntary and private. These are not part
Independent Sector   of the statutory services.

                     Guidelines that apply to the working practices
                     of professional care workers when working in
                     care settings. These define the quality and
Codes of Practice    standards of care that clients can expect.
Self-concept         The image we have of ourselves.
                     Examples are height, weight, breathing rate
                     and BMI. These measurements tell us how fit
Measure of Health    we are.
                     Those who organise different services for their
                     sector, e.g. early years providers, health
                     providers, services provided by local
Providers            authorities.
Those who organise different services for
 their sector, e.g. early years providers,
  health providers, services provided by          Care Setting
             local authorities.




   Place where health and social care
   services are provided, for example,
 hospitals, day care facilities, residential
 settings, clinics and clients' own homes.       Informal Carer
Early years settings are for children up to
               8 years of age.




A person who is looking after someone and
who is not paid to do so. The person who
   is caring is often a relative, friend or    Primary Healthcare
       neighbour who is probably not
      professionally trained in caring.




Care provided by a care worker, such as a
                  G.P.                              Purpose



 A term used within the specifications that
requires information about an aim that has
 an outcome. It is the intended direction;       Centile Charts
  for example, the purpose of a hospital is
           to give medical help.
The correct name for these are 'percentile
  charts'. They are used for plotting the
   height and weight of children against
standard measurements known as 'norms'.       Self-esteem
  There are separate charts for boys and
                   girls.




The value that you attach to yourself and
               your skills.                  Statutory (law)




This usually refers to a service that must
   be provided by the statutory NHS or
statutory Local Authority as the result of     Empathise
          an Act of Parliament.




Trying to image being in the other persons
 place - so you can understand how they          Ethnic
                   feel.




  Belonging to a certain race or culture.        Client
 This term is used for the recipient of
health and social care. In some settings     Early Years Services
     the term 'service user' is used.




Care and education facilities and services
 available for infants and children from
birth to eight years of age, for example,          Bonding
 playgroups, nurseries, and infants' and
        children's health services.




A very close link/emotional attachment.      Screening (Health)




To check for conditions, or the presence
        or absence of disease.                    Diversity




 This relates to the fact there are many
 different people, beliefs and cultures.          Referral
 The method used to send a person on to
another, who may be more experienced or     Independent Sector
   qualified to deal with the situation.




The independent sector is made up of two
 parts: voluntary and private. These are    Codes of Practice
    not part of the statutory services.




   Guidelines that apply to the working
  practices of professional care workers
  when working in care settings. These         Self-concept
 define the quality and standards of care
         that clients can expect.




    The image we have of ourselves.         Measure of Health




  Examples are height, weight, breathing
rate and BMI. These measurements tell us        Providers
             how fit we are.
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 Place where health and
                                 The correct name for
 social care services are                                                           Guidelines that apply to
                                 these are 'percentile
  provided, for example,                                                            the working practices of
                              charts'. They are used for This term is used for the
     hospitals, day care                                                           professional care workers
                                plotting the height and   recipient of health and
    facilities, residential                                                           when working in care
                              weight of children against   social care. In some
    settings, clinics and                                                          settings. These define the
                               standard measurements settings the term 'service
clients' own homes. Early                                                           quality and standards of
                              known as 'norms'. There          user' is used.
   years settings are for                                                             care that clients can
                                are separate charts for
 children up to 8 years of                                                                   expect.
                                    boys and girls.
              age.
     Care Setting                Centile Charts                   Client             Codes of Practice
                                                            Care and education
                                                           facilities and services
                                                                                     The independent sector is
 Trying to image being in       This relates to the fact  available for infants and
                                                                                       made up of two parts:
the other persons place -      there are many different children from birth to eight
                                                                                       voluntary and private.
 so you can understand           people, beliefs and     years of age, for example,
                                                                                     These are not part of the
      how they feel.                   cultures.           playgroups, nurseries,
                                                                                        statutory services.
                                                         and infants' and children's
                                                              health services.

      Empathise                      Diversity            Early Years Services Independent Sector

 A person who is looking
                                                                                       Those who organise
after someone and who is
                               Examples are height,                                 different services for their
  not paid to do so. The
                             weight, breathing rate and                              sector, e.g. early years
  person who is caring is                                  Belonging to a certain
                                    BMI. These                                           providers, health
 often a relative, friend or                                  race or culture.
                             measurements tell us how                                   providers, services
neighbour who is probably
                                     fit we are.                                         provided by local
not professionally trained
                                                                                            authorities.
         in caring.

    Informal Carer             Measure of Health                 Ethnic                    Providers
  A term used within the
    specifications that
requires information about The method used to send
    an aim that has an      a person on to another,   To check for conditions,
                                                                                     Care provided by a care
    outcome. It is the         who may be more          or the presence or
                                                                                     worker, such as a G.P.
  intended direction; for experienced or qualified to  absence of disease.
example, the purpose of a deal with the situation.
hospital is to give medical
            help.
       Purpose                       Referral             Screening (Health)        Primary Healthcare

                               This usually refers to a
                                service that must be
  The image we have of        provided by the statutory      A very close         The value that you attach
       ourselves.              NHS or statutory Local link/emotional attachment. to yourself and your skills.
                              Authority as the result of
                                an Act of Parliament.

     Self-concept                Statutory (law)                Bonding                  Self-esteem
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   Care Setting        Codes of Practice    Early Years Services




Independent Sector     Measure of Health         Providers




     Referral          Primary Healthcare      Statutory (law)




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

   Care Setting              Client               Diversity




Independent Sector     Measure of Health           Ethnic




     Purpose           Screening (Health)      Self-concept




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

   Care Setting          Centile Charts      Codes of Practice




     Diversity           Informal Carer      Measure of Health




    Providers               Purpose         Screening (Health)
                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

  Centile Charts            Diversity           Informal Carer




      Ethnic               Providers               Referral




Primary Healthcare       Statutory (law)         Self-esteem




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

  Centile Charts       Codes of Practice     Early Years Services




Measure of Health           Purpose                Referral




Primary Healthcare       Self-concept            Self-esteem




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

  Centile Charts             Client           Codes of Practice




    Diversity         Early Years Services      Informal Carer




      Ethnic                Purpose          Screening (Health)
                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

      Client              Empathise         Independent Sector




  Informal Carer          Care Setting       Measure of Health




    Providers               Referral              Bonding




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

      Client               Diversity        Early Years Services




Independent Sector       Informal Carer            Ethnic




     Purpose           Screening (Health)      Self-concept




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

      Client           Codes of Practice    Independent Sector




Measure of Health        Centile Charts           Referral




Primary Healthcare          Bonding             Self-esteem
                       HSC Bingo Game Bingo

    Care Setting            Empathise               Diversity




Early Years Services           Ethnic              Providers




      Referral             Self-concept             Bonding




                       HSC Bingo Game Bingo

 Codes of Practice           Diversity           Informal Carer




     Providers                Referral         Screening (Health)




   Statutory (law)         Centile Charts         Self-esteem




                       HSC Bingo Game Bingo

 Codes of Practice      Early Years Services   Independent Sector




 Measure of Health             Ethnic              Providers




      Purpose              Self-concept             Bonding
                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

   Empathise             Informal Carer     Measure of Health




     Purpose                Referral        Primary Healthcare




  Statutory (law)           Bonding            Self-esteem




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

   Empathise                 Ethnic             Providers




Screening (Health)     Primary Healthcare      Self-concept




  Statutory (law)           Bonding            Self-esteem




                     HSC Bingo Game Bingo

   Empathise                Diversity       Independent Sector




    Providers               Purpose         Primary Healthcare




  Self-concept           Statutory (law)         Bonding

				
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