This game and accompanying quiz are a unique way of reviewing literary terms that provide the fun of a whole class game and the mental stimulation of memory work and analysis of literature. Based on the board game Concentration, the game provides matching pairs made up of a literary term on one slide and one or two examples from literature of that term on another slide. Some of the terms used in the game are metaphor, allusion, oxymoron, paradox, symbol, simile and irony. There are ten matching pairs in total. The first game board slide functions as an anchor throughout the game to which all the matching pairs are linked, so the play proceeds very much as on a board. One major advantage of playing as a class is the teacher, running the game, has the opportunity to guide and instruct as the play proceeds. The competition that arises between teams during the a whole class game adds to the drama and makes this way of reviewing an extremely effective classroom tool. The game comes with the PowerPoint in ppt and pptx and a complete instruction sheet on how to use this digital version of Concentration as a whole class activity. Included with the game is a quiz directly based on the slides. Students read the selections from the slides and a short prompt and identify the device used in the text. This quiz is an excellent way to consolidate what students have practiced during the game. The free preview will give you a shortened sample of the quiz, a shortened version of the PowerPoint game and a complete set of instructions. The complete package also includes sets of master slides and keys.