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Title: Go Fish_best PPT explanation
Post by: adelle56 on March 17, 2016, 03:45:42 pm
This has been a work in progress for a while boiling the ppt down to all it needed to be. (Any more it confuses my kids, and any less and they don't play it right). It takes 35-40 minutes, I try to have each group play 2-3 games in that time. Some groups could play all day, but some groups you have to drag them to play 2-3 games (you will have to stand over them at the end of each game to make sure they don't start a different card game).

I have used this from elementary grade 3 to High school grade 2 (low and middle level high school).

Most the time students thought it was really fun. But there are always those high school groups that just hate your guts (and your games).

Under the slides I put a LOT of explanations :-[ :angel: as to what I did for each slide. If it doesn't fit your teaching style/your students learning style feel free to do your own thing. But this is what I had to do to make sure anyone who was paying any attention at all (not sleeping or talking to their friends) knew how to play.
Title: Re: Go Fish_best PPT explanation
Post by: paytonkimberly on March 18, 2016, 11:42:19 am
I love this PPT, but the animations don't seem to be working when I download!  :sad: Anyone have an idea as to why?
Title: Re: Go Fish_best PPT explanation
Post by: powelldr on March 18, 2016, 01:46:21 pm
This was designed using "Themes" in PowerPoint 2010, and you are using PowerPoint 2007. Themes from PPT 2010 don't work in PPT 2007. You can fix this by going to the Design tab in PPT and choosing any other theme.
Title: Re: Go Fish_best PPT explanation
Post by: adelle56 on March 18, 2016, 03:24:34 pm
This was designed using "Themes" in PowerPoint 2010, and you are using PowerPoint 2007. Themes from PPT 2010 don't work in PPT 2007. You can fix this by going to the Design tab in PPT and choosing any other theme.

Oh, really? Why does it work for all my school computers than (I made it on my home computer but all my school computers are old old versions.)