Playing Jeopardy To Increase Math Vocabulary as a Whole Class and in a Guided Math Group

Posted on January 21, 2011. Filed under: Assessment, Classroom environment, Digital Learners, During the Guided Math Lesson, Math is a Language, Mathematical Proficiency | Tags: , , , , , , , , |


THIS IS SO COOL!

PLAY MATH JEOPARDY WITH YOUR STUDENTS! GO HERE! (They open up as powerpoints. So, show them just like a regular powerpoint.)

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Game 4A

Game 4B

Game 5a

Game 5B

Game 5C

Game 6A

Game 6B

AND THIS SITE HAS A BLANK TEMPLATE TO MAKE YOUR OWN JEOPARDY GAME WITH YOUR VOCABULARY! YOU HAVE TO OPEN ALL THESE FILES TO DO IT.

Blank Jeopardy Template

Directions to Make Game

*This is the reference for this site…Hardin SD

I would use these posters to get some ideas for the jeopardy words.  I would also cut these up and have the students play concentration and go fish.

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathvocab1.pdf

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathvocab2.pdf

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathvocab3.pdf

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathvocab4.pdf

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathvocab5.pdf

http://www.mrsrenz.net/misc/vocabbox.pdf

More math posters

(there are a few mistakes you’ll have to correct on these posters)

http://www.mrsrenz.net/pdf/mathdefinitions.pdf

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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Hi Dr.Nicki,

There is no shortage of fun or motivation for engaging students with these games. Now that we are approaching our state test soon, these will provide a teachers with an alternative to a boring paper and pencil review. I am thinking of creating a game for Pi Day!! I wonder if there are enough “circle” questions for a Jeopardy game?


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