In this activity, students will be playing Jeopardy to review various French vocabulary and grammar topics.
In this activity, students will play a game of Jeopardy to review various French vocabulary and grammar topics.
In this activity, students will be reviewing various grammar structures and vocabulary by playing a game of Jeopardy.
Students will play charades and jeopardy to review
People vector created by pch.vector - www.freepik.comIn this activity, students will review various grammar and vocabulary by playing Jeopardy.
In this activity, students will review various grammar and vocabulary by playing Jeopardy.
People vector created by pch.vector - www.freepik.comIn this activity, students will review various concepts that have been covered throughout the year such as conditional tense, reflexive verbs, comparative/superlative, etc.
In this activity, students will play a game of Jeopardy to review what they've learned this semester.
In this activity students will practice discussing their ideal work environment, including preferred types of colleagues and work preferences. They will also practice explaining past and future work experiences.
In this activity, students will review French vocabulary and grammar structures that they’ve learned throughout the semester.
Students will answer questions related to the different Jeopardy topics.
This is a jeopardy game for a college level Introduction to Sociology course. It is created as a mid-semester check in, and it includes ideas/terms from: groups, culture, socialization, deviance, social stratification, race/ethnicity, gender/sex/sexuality, and marriage/family.
This activity will be a review for ASL students. There are categories like physical descriptions, numbers and shapes, and Deaf culture. There is also a short fingerspelling quiz for the students to practice their receptive skills.
In this activity, students will review concepts covered throughout the semester by answering questions in a Jeopardy game. The questions will involve translation, vocabulary, and some questions about Chinese Culture.
Students reinforce their understanding of rocks, the rock cycle, and geotechnical engineering by playing a trivia game. They work in groups to prepare Jeopardy-type trivia questions (answers) and compete against each other to demonstrate their knowledge of rocks and engineering.
In this activity, students are learning about school supplies. The lab assistant will start with a Kahoot game that covers the majority of school supplies vocabulary. For the main activity, students are going to play jeopardy to practice vocabulary and also to practice making complete sentences. They will then be asked wrap up questions.