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FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA

FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
FREE BIRD Thanksgiving Literary Trivia Game for Middle School & High School ELA
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Poor TACKY THE TURKEY has been caught and will be eaten on Thanksgiving if you don’t save him first! Help Free the Bird by answering trivia questions that reveal mystery words. The trivia questions pertain to knowledge of famous authors and texts as well as literary terms and parts of speech.

The object of the game is to FREE THE BIRD by earning the most points.

There are FIVE rounds of this game total. Each round consists of FIVE literary trivia questions that reveal a letter for the mystery word, phrase, title, or name.

For each round of the game, an assigned group member will shout out “GOBBLE” when he/she has figured out the mystery word. The first team to get the mystery word earns THREE points; the second team earns TWO points, and the third team earns ONE point. The remaining teams earn ZERO points for that round. The team with the MOST POINTS by the end of the class period (or the end of the five rounds) will FREE THE BIRD and win a prize! Teachers can decide on the prize to be won. Suggestions include candy, a homework pass, bonus points, or just good ole “brownie points”!

Note that some questions reference Gatsby, Romeo and Juliet, and other titles that your students may or may not know, depending upon the grade you teach. However, the questions are stacked so that students can still figure out most answers without knowing all of the trivia questions.

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