Real Laws: The Wild West

Real Laws: The Wild West

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PowerPoint trivia game, based off real laws in some of the cowboy states.

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The game is so simple! Is it a real law or a fake law?


We have used this game three different ways. The first gives a student an opportunity to win a prize. The second guarantees one of two students will win a prize. The third is for a smaller group on a budget and does not hand out a prize.


Way number one. You call a student up at random to play the game. Explain to the student and audience, that the student is going to be asked ten law questions. The answer is always 'A' or 'B'. They guess what they think the answer is and either get it correct or get it wrong. The game is pretty straight forward and simple. It should only take a freshman about 10 minutes to understand what's going on. The student has to get seven correct. If they achieve this task, they win a prize!


Way number two. Call up two students to play the game (boy vs girl is always popular). Explain that one student will win a prize and the other will be called a loser in front of the congregation.


Explain to the student and audience that the student is going to be asked ten law questions. The answer is always 'A' or 'B'.The students each guess what they think the answer is and either get it correct or get it wrong. The student with the most correct guesses wins the prize. If the students tie, just keep the prize for yourself. Or do whatever it is you do.


Way number three. Everyone as a group guesses together. Gloat every time you get one correct. Have a bible verse on humility ready for the times you get it wrong and the students start to gloat. Simple yet effective.


All Real/Fake games come with…

    • a title slide,
    • 10 question & answer slides (20 total),
    • a version for PowerPoint,
    • a version for Keynote, and

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Michael Boyd

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