To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!

To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
To Tell The Truth: Napoleon, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 79 of 150, Popular Class Game!
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OBJECTIVE::
To appreciate the accomplishments of Napoleon and the role he played in European history.

TIME:
1 class period

Three students are chosen to be Napoleon and only they are told which one is the real Napoleon. All remaining class members will not be told until after the game. The answer is in the Teacher Instructions.

Next, fourteen other students are chosen to ask one question each during the game. They will be assigned a number from 1 to 14. This is the number of the question they will ask when the game begins.

After every question, the three Napoleons will each give an answer. “Number 1” will always answer first, “Number 2” second, and “Number 3” third. Only one of the three is really Napoleon. The real one will always tell the truth when answering questions. The other two will only tell the truth once in awhile. After all questions have been asked, class members vote for the person they think is the real Napoleon. When the voting is taking place, you can ask the kids to give reasons for their choice.

This game is played like a television game show. The teacher is the “MC,” or Master of Ceremonies. The people who ask questions are the “panelists.”

Once the TO TELL THE TRUTH game is finished, students answer a series of true/false questions based on information they learned during game.

Easy-to-follow Teacher Instructions and answer key included.
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10 pages
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