This fun final lesson with your pupils before their computing theory exam, uses a version of an “Escape Room” game in which the pupils need to work in teams to complete a number of mental and physical challenges, all of which help them with last minute revision of key topics. This lesson requires minimal setting up before the class arrives and is sure to make a memorable, useful and fun final lesson that you and your students can all enjoy.
Read the teacher’s guide to find out how to set up the room (this should take no longer than 5 minutes) and then run a quick presentation once the class arrive. Give each team a single sheet handout to get started and after that, the pupils are self-guiding as they research answers to exam questions, solve puzzles and crack codes to find the final codes and save the day. There is a comprehensive “hints and solutions” guide which gives you lots of helpful hints to tell the pupils if they get stuck, along with the correct solutions.
Easy to set up, fun to run, helps revise key points and can be used year after year – what more could you want in your final lesson with your classes?