This game was modeled after the Parker Brother's Clue Game. The game deals with topics related to right triangles such as the pythagorean theorem and its converse, special right triangles, geometric mean, and trigonometry. This game is intended for students to work on individually using the computer (internet is not required.) As the student visits the various rooms in the school building he/she is asked several questions pertaining to the topics previously mentioned. If a question is answered correctly, the student receives a clue. If the question is answered incorrectly, the student is given a hint which reviews the topic and he/she is given a second chance at the question. The students must keep track of the people and objects they find in order to win the game. You may require the students to show work for each problem on a piece of paper and write down the people and objects that they find. This is a great way for students to have fun learning and reviewing key concepts in geometry!
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