These games are based on the research the based strategy that provides students with opportunities to review World War II content to prepare for assessments.
Game 1: True, False, Fix It,
To play this review game, students sort different statements into columns labeled true and false. Once answers have been sorted correctly, students must explain why each of the false statements are false. They must restate the false statement making it a true statement. (Example: “Spain won the Spanish-American War.” would be rewritten to: “The United States won the Spanish-American War”.) This could be completed orally or in written form, I have provided two different versions of ta record sheet. The differentiated version #1 is available to reduce the amount of writing,
Game 2: True, False, Fix It Review Game: Create It, Give It!
To complete this activity I recommend students are divided into learning pairs and that the teacher provides examples of appropriate true and false statements . Divide students into learning pairs and provided each learning pair with a copy of the student form. This is used to create their true and false statements and their key. . Once they have finished creating their statements have students select another Think-Pair- Share team to swap with. Teams would then swap their statements and sort and fix the new statements received. Once finished students could check their work using the key.
Be sure to check out my preview above. Though I will caution you that ...
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True, False, Fix It Review Game Directions
Cut Apart Statements for True, False, Fix It Review Game
Teacher Key/Student Directions
Record Form 1
Differentiated Record Form 2
True, False, Fix It Review Game: Create It, Give It! Extension Activity Directions
True, False, Fix It Review Game: Create It, Give It! Student Activity Form