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Who Would Win in a Fight? is back by popular demand!

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

This game can be played several different ways:
• Upfront: Bring two students up front; 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.
• 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.

However 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? [Doug--because he's the last one to look at the product description.]

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? Vol 2

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Who Would Win in a Fight? is back for round 2! The amazing interactive game that asks the classic question: Who would win in a fight?
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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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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!