This video-based game will get your students laughing in no time! Students are shown a short video that stops abruptly and then asks students “what happens next?” and give two options. It’s clever and will be fun to play.
Here are some suggestions for different ways to play this game with your students. Choose the gameplay version that will work best in your context.
Individual Score sheet: give each student a golf pencil and a score sheet to answer on their own as the game progresses.
Get Em’ Moving: have all your students stand. If they think the answer is “A”, students move to the right side of the room. If they think it’s “B”, they move to the left side. It’s an easy way to get people moving and involved.
Head-to-Head: have two students (or groups) face off at the front of the room. Have competing students stand face to face with their hands behind their back. Place a buzzer in front of the competing students on a table or stand. The first student to hit the buzzer guesses first.
This Resource Includes:
• Video Slides (1920px x 1080px)
• Title Slide
• 8 question and answer slides