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How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma
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How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma

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How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma: Engage the attention of students, children, employees, and other learners with this puzzling review game. …

How to Create a Mystery Review Game by Jesse Bluma: Engage the attention of students, children, employees, and other learners with this puzzling review game.

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  • 1. Engage the attention of students, children, employees, and other learners with this puzzling review game. 1. Choose a topic and/or concept. Keep the emphasis narrow--between five and ten minutes of playing time. 2. Create multiple choice style questions for each subtopic or concept. For example, If federalism is the sharing of powers between local and central governments, write the letter “R”. If not, write the letter “Y”. 3. Include one professional and/or high quality image related to each subtopic or concept. Jesse Bluma at PointeViven http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html How to Create a Mystery Review by Jesse Bluma
  • 2. 4. Choose a mystery word related to the overall topic of your mystery review game, such as reformer for The Reformation, julienne for Culinary Skills, or kicking for a physical education review. 5. Assign each correct answer a letter within your related word. If a player chooses all the correct answers they will be able to spell out reformer, julienne, kicking, or whatever mystery word you choose. 6. Prepare directions to instruct players about the concept of the game, the rules--if they may use any resources, time limit, etc. Save the mystery word to the end of the review-- then ask players if they can spell out the mystery word. 7. Prepare an answer sheet to show the players at the end of the game with the correct answers, corresponding letters, and the mystery word spelled by those letters. 8. Cite your sources of information and images. See the following slides for an example or to use as a review of The Reformation. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html How to Create a Mystery Review continued...
  • 3. The Reformation Mystery Review By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 4. 1. If the country labeled I is Norway, write the letter “R”. If not, write the letter “Y”. 2. If the country labeled II is Sweden, write the letter “E”. If not, write the letter “L”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 5. 3. If the country labeled III is Portugal, write the letter “M”. If the country labeled III is France, write the letter “N”. If the country labeled III is Scotland, write the letter “O”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 6. The Reformation Mystery Review For more lessons, ideas, and inspiration visit Jesse Bluma at PointeViven http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for- email-and-news.html Saint Bartholowmew’s Day massacre, Painting by François Dubois (born about 1529,Amiens, Picardy)
  • 7. 4. If Francis Xavier founded the society of Jesus, write the letter “W”. If Francis Xavier introduced Catholicism to parts of India and Japan, write the letter “R”. If Francis Xavier criticized the Catholic Church in his Ninety-Five Theses in 1509, write the letter “V”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 8. 5. If Ignatius of Loyola founded the society of Jesus, write the letter “O”. If Ignatius of Loyola introduced Catholicism to parts of India and Japan, write the letter “A”. If Ignatius of Loyola traveled to Jerusalem for Passover and drove out the money lenders, write the letter “U”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 9. 6. If the Treaty of Westphalia determined it is important to obey God’s laws, write the letter “T”. If the Treaty of Westphalia allowed rulers to determine whether their countries could be Catholic or Protestant, write the letter “F”. If the Treaty of Westphalia ignited a “reborn” interest in ancient Greek and ancient Roman writings, write the letter “K”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 10. 7. If John Calvin taught it is important to obey God’s laws, write the letter “E”. If the John Calvin was a priest that published The Praise of Folly, write the letter “D”. If John Calvin stated you will be “plunged in darkness and delusion” if you are ignorant of history”, write the letter “H”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 11. 8. If federalism is congregations meeting to decide how their towns would be run, write the letter “L”. If federalism was a type of government in which the head of a rich merchant family ruled the city, write the letter “S”. If federalism is the sharing of powers between local and central governments, write the letter “R”. By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 12. Answers 1. Norway (R) 2. Sweden (E) 3. Portugal (M) 4. Francis Xavier introduced Catholicism to parts of India and Japan (R) 5. Ignatius of Loyola founded the society of Jesus (O) 6. The Treaty of Westphalia allowed rulers to determine whether their countries could be Catholic or Protestant (F) 7. John Calvin taught it is important to obey God’s laws (E) 8. Federalism is the sharing of powers between local and central governments (R) Did you find the mystery word?... REFORMER (Martin Luther above) By Mr. Bluma http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html
  • 13. The Reformation Mystery Review For more lessons, ideas, and inspiration visit Jesse Bluma at PointeViven http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html Saint Bartholowmew’s Day massacre, Painting by François Dubois (born about 1529,Amiens, Picardy)
  • 14. The Reformation Mystery Review For more lessons, ideas, and inspiration visit Jesse Bluma at PointeViven http://pointeviven.blogspot.com/2012/02/join-me-subscribe-for-email-and-news.html Sources Burstein, Stanley M. and Shek, Richard. World History: Medieval to Early Modern Times NewYork: Holt, Rinehart & Winston freedigitalphotos.net wikipedia.org

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