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A web log featuring a variety of contests, games, and activities designed to review and reinforce social studies lessons--and to make the classroom experience a bit more fun for teachers and pupils. Posted here are some of the the ideas begged, borrowed, stolen, and (occasionally) invented by the students in Northern State University's social studies methods class (SEED 415).
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 29, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 04, 2010
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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
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Language: English
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Avatar for Barb Gehrts
9 years ago

Barb Gehrts (Faculty)

This site gives a wide variety of games/activities that are useful for review
prior to testing or just to check for general understanding. I have used
jig-sawing, jeopardy, pictionary, who wants to be a millionaire, hand-man, and a
couple others. These activities are well organized, easy to follow and
implement in the classroom.

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The visuals and instructions are clear and the site is easy to motivate.
Used in course

Avatar for Alysa Haugen
9 years ago

Alysa Haugen (Student)

This is great learning tool for all students. It is a fun way to review for a
test and it gets all students involved. I have used a variety of games for
learning, and students just love them.
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