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Who am I

Page history last edited by KGlenn 11 years, 4 months ago

 

 

Who am I?

 

Grouping of Students:    None

   

List of materials needed:          

Names of people, animals, or objects.  These are your identity sheets

Tape

 

 

Directions:

 

  • The teacher will tape “identity” sheets on the backs of each of the students. They will be asked not to say each others out loud or give any hints.
  • After the identities have been taped on their backs students will be able to ask each person in class three yes or no questions a piece that will lead them to identifying who or what is on their identity sheets.
  • After a student has identified themselves they become “consultants” and can give clues to those still attempting to guess their identity.
  • Once all students have figured out who or what they are, the game is over and everyone will sit back at their desks.

 

Source:

Labajos, D. (Designer). (2011). Kagen's simple cooperative learning strategies: teacher tools to construct               learning. [Web]. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/dianalabajos/cooperative-learning-                strategies

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