A powerpoint that allows students to play the "$100,000 Pyramid" review game with the points and motions that make up Parliamentary Procedure.
I created this for my Model UN class, but it is easily used for a government course, and any subject that calls for the use of Parliamentary Procedure. This is a fun way to get students talking about complex terms that would be otherwise boring to learn!
Features terms such as: "motion to caucus," "point of inquiry," "motion to amend," "point of order," "motion to close debate," etc.
This game features enough slides for 24 rounds (at 2:00 each), although more rounds can be added by simply copying/pasting slides and reshuffling the words at random.