## Reflection: Classroom Setup Unit Review Game: Pictionary - Section 2: Review Game: Pictionary

Review games can easily get chaotic when the fun of playing Pictionary can overshadow the math. Here are a couple things I do to keep the order while we are having a good time:

1. Have students seated with other team members at their table groups. I let students know that they can whisper to verify their answers with the people at their table, but they should not be shouting answers across the room or moving around to give answers to other tables.

2. Convey to students that we will be going through the answer to each problem before a student comes to the front of the room to draw. This will keep students focused on the important math. This is important to establish before the game starts.

Managing a Review Game
Classroom Setup: Managing a Review Game

# Unit Review Game: Pictionary

Unit 2: Polynomial and Rational Functions
Lesson 11 of 12

## Big Idea: Use a review game to prepare students for the unit assessment.

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### Tim Marley

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