¡Piensa! (“Jeopardy” style question answer game
Everyone loves Jeopardy! Piensa is a PowerPoint game to practice the preterite of regular verbs.
Grab students attention and help them become more engaged in their learning by incorporating games in the classroom. ”¡Piensa!”
(Jeopardy style question/answer game) is the perfect game for practicing regular preterite verbs
. Go all out and set your classroom as a game show set and go for it! Believe me, a little competition and fun goes a long way in getting your students involved and motivated. This question/answer game
will help reinforce and consolidate their knowledge of the preterite tense.
I use animation and triggers to present the questions and answers for these PowerPoint game, which gives them more flexibility in the way they can be used. Make it simple: a class review, center activity, group practice, individual practice, or make it fun: game, team relay, team competition. Use your imagination, to engage students and make it fun.
These products along with the other products in my store are editable
. Given the variation in curriculum and teacher preferences as well as state and local standards, I felt it was necessary to provide teachers the ability to modify the text
to best meet your requirements and the needs of your students.
List of content
Piensa Category Question and Answer Game
✎ Recording sheet
✎ 33 slides (opening slide, 1 game board slide, 30 question slides in 6 different categories, 1 final Alhambra slide)
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