Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!
This lesson can be used as a review or introduction to United States Geography. Round One is made up of the following topics: Name That State, Biggest/Smallest, Landforms, Capital Cities, and Vocabulary. Round two is made up of the following topics: People, Economy, Climate, Disasters, and History. The Final Jeopardy question relates to US Government.
This purchase includes:
*A detailed document outlining the setup and running of the game
*Two Google Slides Presentations - Round One and Double Jeopardy
*An score card for each round
*An editable Google Slides document for both rounds of the game
*An answer key
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*The game is composed of two Google Slides Presentations: one for round one, and another for round two. The round one presentation contains a link to the round two presentation so you can transition to the next round if needed.
*Either the teacher or a designated student keeps score on the provided score card.
*The game is designed so you can either complete one round, two rounds, or two rounds with a final Jeopardy portion. You can complete as many rounds as you would like to depending on your time constraints.
*There is an answer key that provides you with all of the questions and answers on the game.
*Timing can be different for individual classes, depending on your students’ level and what you want to accomplish with the game. Here are a few options for running the game:
*As a review: Students have 10 seconds to answer the question (no notes) or students have 30-60 seconds to answer the question (with notes)
*As an introduction: students have 60-120 seconds to answer the question with the help of the internet
*Please test out the game to ensure that your school district allows the use of Google products
*Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved.
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