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Jeopardy Templates in PowerPoint


Jeopardy Templates in PowerPoint

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This is a set of templates for quickly and easily creating Jeopardy style games in PowerPoint. The templates can be a time-saving tool for teachers. The tempales can also be an enriching and higly engaging tool to promote higher level thinking in students when the teacher uses the templates to facilitate student created games.The templates are ready for quick use. All that needs to be added are questions and answer choices.Template choices include an original style game, a game with disappearing... More
Material Type: Development Tool
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: July 30, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 14, 2013
Submitter: Melissa Nail


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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School, High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010
Language: English
Material Version: Microsoft Office 2010
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3 years ago

Melissa Nail (Faculty)

Games can be powerful learning tools in the classroom. Student-created games are exceptionally powerful in supporting learning and supporting higher level thinking as students create good questions, correct responses, and plausible dirstractors. I have successfully used these templates in my teacher education courses and often have students and graduates request these templates to use in their own teaching experiences.