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This is a marvelous and miraculously interactive screen-game that will get even the quietest student talking. It’s the classic question, between these two people/characters/superheroes displayed on each slide: Who do you think would win in a fight?

This game can be played several different ways:
• Upfront: Bring two students upfront; give them 20 seconds to make their case. Have the audience vote to see who make the best argument.
• This or That: Have students stand up and pick who they think would win in a fight by moving to either side of the room. Have a few students from each side provide rationale for why their selection would win a fight.
• All-play: Give the students a minute to talk among themselves, and then have them vote. If you’re on the side with the most people, you win.
• Mixer: Have student pair up to answer who they think would win in a fight. Have the students switch partners for the next question.

Any way you use it, it’s a great way to get your kids talking. The trick will be to get them to stop.

P.S. Who do you think would win in a fight: Doug or Josh? [Answer: Doug... he's the last person to see this product description before it's uploaded to the site.]

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 Q + tiebreaker) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Who Would Win in a Fight?

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An amazing interactive screen-game that askes the classic question: Who would win in a fight?
retail: $4.00
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David Rutledge

Dave loves DYM and thinks about nothing other than his next DYM submission. Except for maybe God, his family, serving the church and a couple of other things. After many years of working in the church in the states, he and his family of 6 serve in eSwatini (Southern Africa).

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