Purpose: review question forms previously studied in class
Option A for smaller classes ( up to 20 students)
Option B for larger classes
REMEMBER: its is important to simulate the game once before the real competition starts.
1. Have two players--one from each team--come to the front. Style it like a game show if you like, with the students standing side-by-side. If you have access to bells or buzzers, it's even more fun.
2.Next, read an answer to a question and say, 'What's the question?' The fastest player to respond wins a point for her/his team. New contestants come to the front for a new round.
If your class is too big for option A, make groups.
Ensure you have at least 4 teams of between 5 and 6 students.
1. Each group creates a list of possible answers. The teacher (of a student ) gives answers of group 1 to group 2, group 2 to group 3…clockwise
This way every group has a set of answers that was created by another group.
2. Nominate: 1 person in each group as the moderator
The moderator acts as the teacher: he/she reads the answer and the other 5 say/ write the possible questions
3. Set a time. When the teacher sees some groups have finshed, each group passes the set of answers to the next group, clockwise. Nominate a different student as moderator. Repeat as long as students are working
Source : http://iteslj.org/c/games.html
Submitted by: Tim
Adapted by Maria Zabala