Jeopardy-Style Review Game on Viruses.
My students love to review using this Jeopardy Powerpoint review game on viruses. I have found that my students pay far greater attention to the review when it is in a competitive game format.
PLEASE NOTE: This review game is included in my money-saving bundle: Viruses and Bacteria Complete Unit Bundle. Click this link to view bundle.
This review game has 6 categories with 5 questions in each category. Concepts/terms covered are:
1) What is a virus? Includes definitions and the work of two scientists: Beijerinck and Stanley.
2) Characteristics of Viruses
3) Viruses: Living or Nonliving?
4) Viral reproduction: How do they do it? Includes lytic and lysogenic cycles.
6) Comparison of Viruses and Cells
7) Viroids and Prions
This game was written with a typical biology I class in mind, but is also very appropriate for a middle school science class. It can easily be edited to make the questions more simple, or more advanced. I use this in combination with my Viruses and Bacteria Powerpoint Presentation.
For this topic (viruses), there are many more possible questions that could be asked. If would be very easy for you to delete some of my questions and add some of your own to make this review game more applicable to your students.
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