APUSH End of Year Game: Would You Rather? APUSH Review & Fun Debates
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Do your students love to debate? I know mine do! Review and apply material in a fun and creative way with these Historical “This or That?” Slides. The slides progress chronologically, so they can be used as part of a unit review, and end of the year exam review, or a fun post-exam activity.
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
50 "This or That" Historical Scenarios in Google Slides Format.
One BLANK editable slide for your own scenarios or to assign for students to complete.
IDEAS FOR USE:
- Class Discussion: project the slide & ask students to raise their hand for each option (or even better, move to one side of the room or the other) You can offer candy if someone shares their reason and it convinces a classmate to switch sides.
- Gallery Walk: print the slides and place around the room. Have students travel to the scenario & write directly onto the paper or place post-it notes. Give a set amount of time (maybe 2-3 minutes) then have students rotate to the next scenario
- Bellringer or Exit Ticket: Students can answer the questions in written form as part of a bellringer or exit ticket after you have learned the relevant content. I would still suggest building in time for debate & discussion as that tends to be students’ favorite part.
- Class Assignment: The blank slide at the end can be assigned on Google Classroom (or printed). Students can create their own scenarios. You can even duplicate the slide and assign one to each student–or group– on Google Classroom by setting the attachment to “students can edit”... Then you can play their scenarios. You may want to assign them certain time periods.
- Small Group Game: print multiple copies (6 to a sheet) & cut into decks. Students can debate in small groups. You can even have students go head to head and the group votes who won the debate – the winner keeps the card to keep score
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Planning for your APUSH class?
Check out my APUSH Comprehensive Units (independent of any particular textbook)
I also have a full year of APUSH PowerPoints (Google Slides) with over 400 slides of engagingly-formatted content review.
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