Reflection: Accountability U.S. Presidents Game - Section 2: Jeopardy-inspired Trivia Game


Allowing students to be accountable to one another by working on teams to play an online Jeopardy-inspired trivia game was an effective way to engage learners using adaptive technology.  It was also an assessment of their research and study skills on U.S. Presidents.

  The Life and Times of U.S. President
  Accountability: The Life and Times of U.S. President
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U.S. Presidents Game

Unit 10: U. S. Government
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT organize information about U.S. Presidents as they play a Jeopardy-inspired game.

Big Idea: Students play a Jeopardy-inspired game about U.S. Presidents.

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English / Language Arts, Social Studies, President, jeopardy, game, technology, smartboard, U.S. President
  60 minutes
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