A fun way for students to learn important emergency survival facts and to get students talking. Students can play as individuals or as teams that must come to a consensus on what they think the correct answer is. I like to have students or team representatives move to different parts of the room designated as the A, B, and C answer choices. Give each team a point on the board for every correct answer; or, if the students are playing as individuals, you may want to give them some token, like a button or stars or colored strips of paper or even M&Ms, for every correct answer. If they eat any of the M&Ms before the final tallying of scores, they will not get points for those missing M&Ms. In this PowerPoint, after each question, there is a slide with the correct answer and an explanation as to why that answer is correct. Often these answers are quite surprising which can cause even further debate. I've used this in ESL classes after introducing health and emergency vocabulary, and I've used it in mainstream English classes as a part of a Lord of the Flies unit to help connect what happens in the novel to students' immediate lives.