Reflection: Flexibility Energy Review - Section 3: Jeopardy


As with any game, there are some hang ups. When playing, a few groups would get close to the same right answer and almost tie getting their board up. When this happened I awarded both teams the points and then chose the team with less grammatical and spelling errors to control the board. 

Winning was another issue. I have a very competitive class and they focus on winning and losing. Sometimes on games like this I will give the winners a Jolly Rancher, or in the case of a longer game like this, I do not award a winner. I explain that we didn't have time to finish so we will never know. If the whole class does a great job I reward them all. Sometimes you will have great engagement and this should be rewarded. 

  Ties and Winning
  Flexibility: Ties and Winning
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Energy Review

Unit 3: Magnets, Energy and Assessment
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT play Jeopardy to review the concepts we have learned in our energy unit to get them ready for the assessment.

Big Idea: With so many concepts covered, it is important to review and check understanding before administering an assessment. Jeopardy is a fun way to review and done right can have everyone engaged.

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Science, Energy (Physical Science), Magnetism, review, Energy, game, Energy, Magnets
  35 minutes
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