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  • Playing to Learn - … , students assemble costumes and props needed for their game. In class, groups "play" the game for the class, allowing classmates to answer … to see which team gets farther in the game. After all of the games are "played," each student writes a review of … the following questions: Which game was harder? Which game was more fun? Which game had better graphics? Overall, which game did you like better …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • The Inside Dope on Video Games - … in an opinion essay: Should the government restrict video games or video game content? Include your opinion on measures already taken by … cartoon about the effects of violent video games. Media Studies- Recently, many popular video games have been made into feature length films … such films blur the line between reality and games even more than the video games themselves? What responsibility does the film industry …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Game Plans - … characters, setting and plot for online fantasy games; create presentation posters that introduce the game elements. 4. Individually develop technology plans that … not? What is the difference between an educational game and an entertainment game? Can a game be both educational and entertaining? - What role … a copy of a game book and play it. How was the game initially played? How did the game evolve online? What do …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Urban Legends - … stereotyping in video games. Resources / Materials: -cases of four video games (or pictures from game company Web sites; "screenshots" of different games are available … be held responsible for such representations? The government? Video game companies? Parents? Game players? -What differences of opinion have arisen within your … game companies to find out what percentage of their games fall into various categories, such as classic arcade, combat games, sports games, or racing games
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • It's Just a Game? - … the news and violence in video/computer games. Further Questions for Discussion: -Should video gaming be considered a "man's world"? Why … write a review of one or more video/computer games, evaluating the game(s) based on the following criteria: -characters and narrative … three-minute keynote address for the Women's Game Conference titled "Women and the Gaming Industry," in which you describe and comment …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Flight of the Imagination - … a historic, futuristic, or fantasy time period for your game. Characters- Does your game feature individual characters, different races or species, or … ? How many players can take part simultaneously in the game? If the game is online, must players pay to subscribe? Will accessories … not? -What is the difference between an educational game and an entertainment game? Can a game be both educational and entertaining? -What role …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Game On - … : a. What have been some common stereotypes about video games and video game users? b. What has changed and why? c. What … /index.php); or other popular games on a Web site such as Game Rankings (http://www.gamerankings.com/), Game Trailers (http://www.gametrailers … a shift in current gaming. -Comparisons with or references to current games. -Illustrations or photographs showing how representative games will look or be …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • What is Economics? An Economic Board Game - … appropriate level. Players should learn about economics from the game; therefore, the game should introduce the definitions pf basic terms and teach … of economics.Encourage groups to create original games, but allow them to base their games-at least in part-on existing board … students observe the younger students playing their games. To test the effectiveness of the games, have your students spend the last five …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Four Wall Handball - … 10 minutes. *Spend the rest of the period playing a game or games of singles. Although score is being kept, the players … in order for the players to finish the three games. Off-Hand Games Many players have a difficult time learning off-hand … players are playing. The game is to seven points. The winner of the game plays the next game against the player who was standing out. The loser of the game "stands out" and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Teaching Handball - … tennis balls Objectives * * * Play one-wall handball (singles) Score the game properly Demonstrate good sportsmanship Procedures * Divide students for Warmup Drills … Singles Cutthroat (see Comments). Divide students for game. Comments Singles Cutthroat is a game played with at least 3 players, although only … set period of time). The winner of this game serves first in the next game. The 2 receivers exchange sides, so the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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