Games for Engagement
Middle and High School
GAMES to bump up the level of engagement in your classroom
Do you ever watch game shows or  play games on your phone? Why do we do this?  Because we are a game-loving culture.  We love to be entertained, but we love to be part of the entertainment even more.  Do you want to get student’s attention and keep it while reviewing meaningful content? Well, then LET the GAMES begin!
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How can I use games and not waste time?
►Make sure you have content rich games. Ensure the instructions are organized and modeled so students understand how to play.  Use a timer when needed.  Provide partners or group options for students who are struggling learners. 

Why are games necessary for student engagement in secondary classrooms?
G-Get student attention
A-Assess content knowledge
M-Motivate students to learn
E-Engage student in learning
S-Save your class from boredom
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All learners want to know what is expected and specific expectations for the task at hands.  These can act as unit rubrics for students to reflect and engage in their own progress. 
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IDEAS for GAMES in YOUR CLASS:
I Have, Who Has
Puzzles
Picture Puzzles
Timeline or sequencing relays
Bingo
Tic, tac, toe
Jeopardy, Survivor
Board games
Who am I?
Taboo
What Am I?
Kahoot
Quizlet


So, ensure your student remain ENGAGED by letting the GAMES begin!                          --Another post by Learned Lessons Teacher Material

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