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Jeopardy game
« Reply #100 on: November 19, 2011, 11:26:09 AM »
This is a Jeopardy game, more suitable for upper Elementary students.

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Baseball PPT game
« Reply #101 on: November 19, 2011, 11:32:47 AM »
Students are to read the questions in Korean and answer it in English. If the answer is correct, then they can move to the next base.

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The age guessing game
« Reply #102 on: November 19, 2011, 11:39:26 AM »
Students are to guess the age of the picture shown.

After one guess, and it is wrong and your team can ask:

Can you help me, please?

If you get it wrong on the 2nd guess, the next team has one chance to guess it right. 

If they are wrong, the next team has one chance to guess.

The team that gets it right get one point.

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #103 on: November 28, 2011, 10:04:15 AM »
The laser idea is brilliant.  I'm not sure inserting the songs is working so well for me though.  Overall, great review game!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #104 on: April 03, 2012, 05:22:34 PM »
These are all such awesome PPTs...much love to all the people who took the time to create these.

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #105 on: April 24, 2012, 01:16:34 PM »
Hi i know these were posted a while ago but i really need a big game that will last an entire lesson/ These games of 54 questions are great but is there an way of adding more teams to the PPT? Sorry am not clever with computers!!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #106 on: April 25, 2012, 11:47:12 AM »
Hey how do get the boxes to disappear on the bomb grid again?
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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #107 on: May 02, 2012, 01:41:43 PM »
I edited the life out of an angry birds game to make this Kirby bomb-ish game.  You are trying to get as many different Kirby's as you can.  For whatever reason, my kids love Kirby.  I hope someone else has some use for this.

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #108 on: May 07, 2012, 12:07:20 PM »
I have used some of these ppts in my uni class and they are so useful for a mixed level class. Thank you for even more ideas!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #109 on: June 21, 2012, 12:12:01 PM »
A brainteaser quiz in Powerpoint.  If you can pull it off as quiz-master, this is so much fun.  2 groups work best,  since the 2 most competitive groups end up playing in the end anyway.

I can't upload the mp4 videos here  >:(
But post a reply or PM me and I can find the youtube links if you would like to use this.

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #110 on: July 12, 2012, 10:16:53 AM »
Does anyone know a good website to download simple, short conversations?

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #111 on: August 26, 2012, 08:07:59 PM »
I think this is awsome! I would like to the file of youtube. Could you upload the address?
I really appreciated!

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Re: The Archery Game! Elementary to Middle Level!
« Reply #112 on: December 20, 2012, 02:14:15 PM »
I changed the pictures and backgrounds to make a Disney BRAVE version of this game since my students just watched the movie. Enjoy!!

I must give credit where credit is due.  The Mario Powerpoint game is one of the best I have ever used.  And I'm a user!

I took the concept of the Mario game and made my own.  I call it The Archer.  It is the same concept as Mario with options from A-Z and so on.  The game explains itself mostly.  Let me know if you like it and I can post more.

Once again, thank you Nintendo for creating Mario in the first place and thank you to whom ever created the Mario Powerpoint Game.

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #113 on: November 05, 2013, 08:32:48 PM »
I've completely reinvented Storm the Castle. This is NOT a bomb game. It is an interactive role play game designed for questions and answers.

I made this for a few chapters out of my YBM book but really wanted to put this out there for everyone.

If you are familiar with Storm the Castle, or have attempted to do it in the classroom, you know that it is a slightly complicated game. I have made it a lot more easy. For this game, you need three color teams: green, blue, and red.

First, print up copies of the character sheets with questions on them. Second, print out copies of the answer sheet. Each team in your class should have 1 Emperor, 1 King, 1 Queen, and the remaining students are Knights. So you should print out 3 Emperors, 3 Queens, 3 Kings, and X number of Knights. All of the questions and answers are the same for everyone so staple the answer sheets to the backs of each character sheet.

Once you have completed this, you need to color code them. I used origami paper cut up into squares. Paste them onto the UPPER LEFT corner of each character page. Green, blue, red. Or you can use crayon X's or stickers or whatever you can manage.

The way the game works is there is a castle represented by students asking questions and attackers, who answer the questions. Each question has a respective answer with images to help. This makes it easier for the lower level students. Some students couldn't say entire sentences to I made it okay for them to point if they were supposed to ask questions as long as they tried to engage with the rest of the class.

I have changed this game considerably by writing sentences to help with questions and answers alike, rather than just having an image page.

I have also changed this game by assigning a POINT system. When the student gets to the Emperor, the Emperor will give them a BUTTON. So for the first round for instance, as the Green Team is in the middle castle, the Knights ask questions to the two separate teams at the same time. They move in a circle. The team on the right moves clockwise. The team on the left moves counterclockwise. This is all explained on the PPT. Each question and answer leads you closer to the Emperor. Once you answer the Emperor's question, you earn a button. Or any other physical thing you have that can count for points. You should have at least 50 or 60 on hand just to be on the safe side. You can use poker chips or whatever else you want. As long as each one represents one point.

At the very end of class, all of the teams will count their buttons and the team with the most buttons is declared the winner of the battle.

Since it's difficult for the Emperor to keep up with two teams, I stand by the Emperor to help students at the end and give buttons as well. My co teacher helped the students who were in line who needed it.

The most important part of this is TIMING. My co teacher came up with the idea of using a timer so that EACH TEAM gets 3 MINUTES to be in the middle defending position. This means each team will get 2 ROUNDS to earn button points. You can ring a bell or use a buzzer or whatever to stop the class and switch positions.

What we did, because it's actually less confusing, is because the students are looking at the screen from their vantage point, their vantage point will correspond with the color and sides. We did this to save time but you can decide to do the reverse if you want. What we did is for Round 1, THEIR left was blue, THEIR right was red. We wound up deciding to do this because they were gravitating towards those sides but if you have another solution, go for it.

If you want to do it the other way around, you can. It really doesn't matter, AS LONG AS EACH TEAM GETS ONE TURN IN THE CENTER. The other positions of the teams don't matter.

I hope you enjoy this game. The kids got excited over playing different characters. This would make an excellent game for either speaking or reading.
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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #114 on: January 03, 2014, 09:28:28 AM »
I made a Frozen bomb game! This is based upon Disney's newest movie. Just click on the snowman for points and to bring you back to the alphabet board.

This is my first bomb game. I intend on posting some stuff in a separate thread for a Frozen camp.
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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #115 on: February 04, 2014, 12:56:58 AM »
Students stand in a circle, each one having a verb, written in the past simple. They do not know what is written on their sheets. They have a ball, which goes around the circle, and when the teacher says “Stop!” the student, holding the ball must stand in the centre of the circle and show what is written on the sheet. The classmates must not say the verb they see, but they must explain it with signs and gestures without speaking. If the student looks at the sheet, he/she leaves the game. The more words they guess, the more points they get.
After a verb is guessed, the first student holding it, is the representative of the first group. Two groups altogether are formed: the group of the regular verbs and the one of the irregular verbs. Finally, the group that has more points (more verbs guessed) is the winner.

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Murder Handshake - Vocabulary & Conversation Practice
« Reply #116 on: March 06, 2014, 01:00:58 PM »
I saw this mentioned in a 6th grade thread and I thought I would make a powerpoint for the instructions.

It's kind of like Mafia in that the teacher picks a few 'murderers' before the game starts (without letting the other students know who).

The kids get up, walk around, and have one on one conversations with their classmates (this is where you insert whatever target vocabulary/key expressions you're working on).  At the end of the conversation they have to shake hands.  If you're talking with a murderer, they will scratch your hand during the handshake.  The scratchee will wait 10 seconds and then die (sit down).

If a student talks to 5 classmates without dying, they go to the front of the room and are safe. These are my winners at the end of the game and they will get a sticker.

Use the speech bubbles on the last slide to change the conversations to your target language.

Enjoy!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #117 on: March 13, 2014, 07:53:43 AM »
rockerteerjoe thank you thank you 1000 times !!! I have been looking for a frozen bomb game !!!!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #118 on: April 03, 2014, 10:00:59 AM »
NanaCorea - my students are going to LOVE me, so I just want to send you big love right now in advance.  So, the number of hearts are the points? You are a GENIUS.  Thank you so much!

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Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
« Reply #119 on: April 03, 2014, 04:03:34 PM »
Thank you so much! Yes, each heart is a point. Because love conquers fear.  :wink: