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World Cup Review Game
« on: June 23, 2014, 12:24:26 pm »
All of my middle schoolers have exams coming up in the next week or so, so I decided to make a review game for them.  I remember when I was in school that we would do baseball-style review games, so in the spirit of the World Cup I decided to make a soccer-style game.

There are sounds on the intro slide (an intro song) and the soccer field slide (a ball being kicked), as well as two videos on the soccer field slide (one for a goal scored, and one for a goal blocked).  Let me know if there's any trouble and I'll help you sort it out.

  • MelanieMB
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    • October 22, 2013, 01:40:01 pm
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Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2014, 12:49:53 pm »
Thank you.

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Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2014, 01:28:05 pm »
good job but you've used the New Zealand flag for Australia..

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Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2014, 03:00:01 pm »
This looks great! I like the layout of an actual soccer field and the speed of the quick response teams, or it is stolen.
I'm not great at ppt or sports, but I had been wanting something like this. Surely the boys will love it!

Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2014, 10:13:58 am »
This was a lot of fun!   Thank you for all the hard work.  I was wondering if there's an update to the template could someone make it so there are several versions of different goals, or a possibly a save by the goal keeper?  Also, p.k.s would be a lot fun too.

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Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2014, 12:56:39 pm »
This went wonderfully with my sixth graders today! Just a variation that might help younger/lower-level students: I split the class into two teams and had one person from each team stand up. They did RPS, and the winner could answer the question. If they got it wrong, the other student could try. This was good because it A) eliminated the speed element of the really good students dominating the game and B) allowed (or forced) everyone in the class to potentially answer one or two questions.

Thanks for putting together a really great game :) I know it took a lot of work.

Re: World Cup Review Game
« Reply #6 on: June 27, 2014, 01:54:04 pm »
Here's a football bomb game template I made. Feel free to use it if you think it's useful.

It's fairly straightforward:

- Click on a shirt to go through to a question. If it's correct, click on the ball to go through to a short video clip of a goal scoring opportunity. If their team scores, they get 1 point, otherwise they don't. If they get a red card, they lose all their points. And they lose 2 points for a yellow card.

-Click on the X to return to the main screen if they get a question wrong

- Click on the stadium to go back to the main screen after a clip

-Click on the ball on the penalty screen to choose your penalty taker

-Click on the World Cup for a victory sequence for the winners. (I get the winning team to come to the front to 'present' the trophy.)

Because of the clips, commentary and title sequence, the file size is far too large (167MB) to send via Facebook or Waygook, so click on the link below and expect a long download time!

Hope you and your kids enjoy it!