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Offline japanimation

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #120 on: April 03, 2012, 04:47:02 PM »
Downloaded and opened a handful of them and they work just great. Thanks so much Rufus. You're a life saver. You took the time to put this awesome collection together so other teachers could party and still have time to prepare for class. Not that i'm one of them.... ::) :-[

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #121 on: April 12, 2012, 07:56:14 AM »
I have a troubleshooting question.  Whenever I have used both the Girls' Generation and Simpsons games, I am highly confused.  I plug in the information in box 4, but the infromation is only shown for the first box/question of the game...the rest of the slides come up blank, when theoretically the question/prompt should appear.  Does anyone know what I can do to fill in the information correctly, so that when I click a letter/question box, the data I plug into the game comes up at the appropriate site?

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #122 on: May 29, 2012, 08:31:03 PM »
Thank you so much!!! My students will now get to play different games every week :)
They are all great ideas, and wonderfully made! I'm just amazed at your fabulous works!
Once again, gomapsumnida!!!

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #123 on: June 18, 2012, 08:59:37 AM »
Just wanted to say we are really thankful for all the hard work that's put into making these lessons and ppts. We greatly appreciate it! And it's very generous of people to share their work and ideas with all of us! thanks a bunch ~~ ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #124 on: June 18, 2012, 09:00:17 AM »
Just wanted to say we are really thankful for all the hard work that's put into making these lessons and ppts. We greatly appreciate it! And it's very generous of people to share their work and ideas with all of us! thanks a bunch ~~ ;D ;D

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #125 on: August 31, 2012, 12:15:31 PM »
Madagascar 3 Bomb Game Template...Enjoy!!
If you like my material, you  can check out my games page at http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,43821.0.html

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #126 on: September 07, 2012, 09:10:32 AM »
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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #127 on: September 10, 2012, 09:39:23 PM »
Gangnam Style Bomb Game I put together.
It's very similar to the Mario Classroom Blast Game.
« Last Edit: September 10, 2012, 10:18:18 PM by Eugene »

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #128 on: September 12, 2012, 12:37:11 PM »
Gangnam Style Bomb Game I put together.
It's very similar to the Mario Classroom Blast Game.

Today was the first time I used this game.  The students really loved it.  Thank you for sharing it. 
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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #129 on: October 19, 2012, 11:47:46 AM »
I added more games to my game thread.
Check it out
http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,43821.0.html
If you like my material, you  can check out my games page at http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,43821.0.html

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #130 on: November 05, 2012, 11:09:41 AM »
Hey :) I'm having a problem with the Gangnam Style Bomb Game :(
Psy's face doesn't go away after you click (and return).
Could you upload the music files so I can add them to the powerpoint?

I'll try downloading again to see if something bad happened while it was saving to my computer. From what I've seen it looks great.

Thanks for your hard work! I'm sorry if my problem is just a computer error on my part.

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #131 on: November 12, 2012, 09:52:02 AM »
Thanks so much for this. I've used several of the games posted here.

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #132 on: November 21, 2012, 10:16:33 AM »
Hello, I hope someone can help me, I've been using the Simpson's Class Room blast as a review game, I've started having problems with it since upgrading to office 2010.
In the past when students went to the screen where they had to choose either Lisa Maggie or Millhouse to get a bonus or a forfeit, the next screen would go back to the board where they can chose the next question, it's doing that now but the board resets itself every time that type of question is chosen.

At first i though I had messed about with the files so I used the original file I downloaded at the same thing is happening......So it must be a problem with the 2010 version. Anyone know how I can fix this besides reinstalling office 2007?

Thank you
« Last Edit: November 21, 2012, 11:40:09 AM by dandred »
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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #133 on: February 04, 2013, 01:47:16 PM »
Hello, I hope someone can help me, I've been using the Simpson's Class Room blast as a review game, I've started having problems with it since upgrading to office 2010.
In the past when students went to the screen where they had to choose either Lisa Maggie or Millhouse to get a bonus or a forfeit, the next screen would go back to the board where they can chose the next question, it's doing that now but the board resets itself every time that type of question is chosen.

At first i though I had messed about with the files so I used the original file I downloaded at the same thing is happening......So it must be a problem with the 2010 version. Anyone know how I can fix this besides reinstalling office 2007?

Thank you

Amend your system registry files or write a script in visual basic bypass the problems.

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #134 on: February 08, 2013, 08:58:19 AM »
***Works best with Powerpoint 2007***
(still the easiest program to make and use games!)

Typhoon [20Q]: the classic updated with gifs.
I LOVE these templates, but I'm having a bit of trouble. The TYPHOON slides take me to the next question slide on the second click, rather than taking me back to the main board. I checked and this is happening on the template as well. I am a PPT novice so I'm clueless as to how to fix this. Am I doing something wrong?
« Last Edit: February 08, 2013, 09:13:07 AM by ChristinaDunigan »

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #135 on: February 08, 2013, 09:07:23 AM »
Thank you!! This is amazing and my kids love your stuff!

If you know how to do PPT at all, you can do it. You just insert pictures or text boxes like you do for any PPT slide. Just make sure you leave any objects there that act when you click on them.

Sometimes usually you have to move things to the back.

I find YouTube very helpful for how to do things in PowerPoint. I need it especially since my MS Office pack is all in Korean, so I have to watch a YouTube video and figure out from location and look of things where I can find them.

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #136 on: February 08, 2013, 09:10:53 AM »
Thank you so much!!! My students will now get to play different games every week :)
They are all great ideas, and wonderfully made! I'm just amazed at your fabulous works!
Once again, gomapsumnida!!!

I view the main page on SlideShow view and click on a letter. That takes me to the blank slide. Then I hit ESC, and I am on that slide and can edit it.

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #137 on: February 19, 2013, 09:54:42 AM »
I'm having trouble with the Word Sharks.

I love the template, but I tried to replace the stick figure head with my own head, like the instructions suggest, but it screws up the animation. Has anybody figured out how to make it work?

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #138 on: March 07, 2013, 09:12:42 PM »
***Works best with Powerpoint 2007***
(still the easiest program to make and use games!)


Hey Teachers!

I hope you and your students can enjoy these powerpoint templates.  Along with the classic bomb games there are plenty of exciting new game concepts, simple study tools and classroom management materials. 

A big thank you to fellow waygook members 'sallyafc' (who produces many amazing games and concepts), 'summerthyme', 'JoshF', and 'sheila', along with Rick Teacher (the true original) and Jennifer Yong, for providing complete games.  Also, thanks to ‘Amy Rodulfo', 'Paul', 'vitamin-d' and ‘Melissha' here at Waygook.org and 'ddeubel' at 'eflclassroom.ning.com' for providing great concepts for me to work with.

Instructions are included with each template.  There are 6 types of game:

Review Games
Use to study, reinforce or test language and grammar.  Check out 'Memorize!', 'Wordshark', 'Chase the Vocab' and 'Pass the Bomb' for something very different!

Bomb Games

The classic powerpoint game for reviewing and drilling language.  Students receive, steal and swap points but have to avoid losing them all when a bomb explodes!  Check out 'BOOM!' for a new twist on the genre or 'Add Your Own Face Game' to get yourself into the powerpoint! 

Versus Games
Teams play against each other to win.  Teams can answer individually but it gets really exciting if they answer simultaneously!  Use 'Blockbusters' as a powerful tool to get every student talking.

Quizzes
Simple competitions to get your students interested: better for older students.  Raise the tension with 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'.

Grids

Single slide games to drill language functions (Q&As).  Quick and easy templates to complete, they provide a well structured recap or warm-up.  See 'Minesweeper' for an easy and fun game.

Trackers
No question slides to fill!  Simply use these single slides to keep score in class and reward students and teams during an activity.  Check out 'Race!' for some great looking fun.


:)    :)  My personal favorites are: 'BOOM!', 'Pass the Bomb', 'Add Your Own Face Game', 'Chase the Vocab', 'Memorize!', 'Minesweeper' and the 'Race!' tracker.  :)    :)


Review Games

Bingo: easy to fill: handouts to print included!
Boggle: a very simple template to play this classic.
Chase the Vocab: based on 3 card monte - what's under each card?      - concept by ‘Amy Rodulfo'.
Disappearing Dialog: featuring Bart and Lisa Simpson.
Give me a Clue: students guess the hidden picture using clues.
Guess What: what's hidden behind the boxes?  17 different slide types.
Guess Where: find the pairs of vocabulary cards.
Make A Sentence: 4 game types!
Memorize!: can you remember a sequence of vocabulary? 2 game types.
Pass the Bomb: pass the bomb until it explodes!  2 game types.       - concept by ‘Paul’.
Pass the Pencil Case: when the crazy music stops that person answers a question.
Silly Bulls!: a game to practice blending 2 and 3 syllable words.
TV Speed Quiz: choose a channel: can your teammate guess the vocabulary?      - concept by ‘sallyafc’.
Vocabulary Starter: a simple warm up/recap/stimulus activity.
Word Shark: digital hangman: add your own face for a class determined to lose!      - concept by ‘Melissha’.
Wordsearch: play on the big screen up against a time limit.
Word Unscramble: play with or without picture hints and quick time limits!
Word Wars: A simple game to test vocabulary.      by ‘summerthyme’.


Bomb Games The bracket [-Q] indicates the total number of question slides to complete.

Add Your Own Face Game [20Q]: easily add photos of yourself (and CT!) into this game. 
Bomb Game [2x20Q]: the original, steal points, dynamite others and avoid a bomb!
BOOM! [27Q]:  dare to go further for more points?      Based on BAAM by ‘ddeubel’, at 'eflclassroom.ning.com'.
Ghostbusters [20Q]: the original throwback.
Girls Generation Game [20Q]: music clips of your favorite K-Pop.      by ‘sallyafc'.
Halloween Game [25Q]: a scary game for any time of the year.       by 'Rick Teacher'.
Hearts [20Q]: remade laser, hearts, bombs: a very simple bomb game.
Lucky Wheel [2x20Q]: spin for a chance to win points on the wheel. Remade.
Mario Classroom Blast [20Q]: a great looking game.       by Jennifer Yong.
Pirates of the East Sea [25Q]: a classic, great game.      by Rick Teacher.
Robots vs Aliens [2x20Q]: great looking space game, but can be scary for small kids!  Big file size.
Simpsons Bomb Game [26Q]: gifs of the family add fun.       by 'sallyafc'.
Typhoon [20Q]: the classic updated with gifs.
What's There: a very simple one-slide game.      by ‘sheila’.
Madagascar 3 Bomb Game[20Q]       by plaguemonkey
Gangnam Style Bomb Game[28Q]         by 'Eugene'

Quizzes The bracket [-Q] indicates the total number of question slides to complete.

20 Seconds [25Q]: a jeopardy style game with 20 seconds to answer.
Multiple Choice Quiz [20Q]: inbuilt score-keeper.
Quiz! [25Q]: a jeopardy style game with more points for harder questions.
The Price is Right: with original music!
Top 5: guess the most popular answers in certain categories.      - concept by 'ddeubel' at 'eflclassroom.ning.com'.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire [15Q]: the definitive version.      by JoshF.


Versus Games The brackets [-Q] [-T] indicate the total number of question slides to complete and the maximum number of teams.

Blockbusters [2x25Q][2T]: the classic brought to your classroom
Car Race [16Q][2T]: two cars race to the finish line.  Great looking.
Connect Four In Space [36Q][2T]: anti-gravity red stars vs. blue stars.
Monster Race [25Q][6T]: get your monster to the cake!


Grids The bracket [-x-] indicates the number of question and answer spaces.

Bomb Game [4x2+4x3]: practice two different language functions.
Bomb Game [4x4]: the classic, very simple.
Connect Four In Space [6x6]: anti-gravity red stars vs. blue stars.
Minesweeper [5x5]: try to avoid losing all your points in this tense game.
Pirates of the Classroom [6x6]: great theme.      by Jennifer Yong


Trackers The bracket [-T] indicates a maximum number of teams.

Blockbusters [2T]: complete a connection.
Connect Four In Space [2T]: anti-gravity red stars vs. blue stars.
Digital Scoreboard [6T]: keep track of team points, slides can be placed into bomb games!      - concept by 'vitamin-d'.
Lucky Wheel: students spin for points!
Minesweeper: avoid the mines!
Race! [6T]: choose to race animals, robots, cars or monsters!


Please feel free to adapt any of the games or concepts here.


RufusW

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Re: Powerpoint Template Mega-Pack
« Reply #139 on: March 14, 2013, 05:58:18 PM »
hi i need a template for a Spot the difference game? anyone? please...i will appreciate it big time :)