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Games Unit Final

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These slides are to be used with the blog for a final presentation of the things learned from studying a game. It should include a summary of each assignment including reasoning of game choice, work …

These slides are to be used with the blog for a final presentation of the things learned from studying a game. It should include a summary of each assignment including reasoning of game choice, work plan, group roles, role questions, game analysis rubric, reflection, contributions

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  • 1. Games Unit Put name of game
  • 2. Work plan
    • Duties, Schedule, timeline
  • 3. Game description
    • Summary
    • Why you chose it
    • What you expect
    • Have you played it before?
  • 4. Walkthrough
    • List major points 8 slides
  • 5. Rubric
    • Evaluate game using rubric
    • 1 slide per category
    • Give justification and evidence for each score and discuss whether there were differences between group member opinion
  • 6. Learning Roles
    • 1 slide per group member
    • Give main points of how you answered the question in your essay
      • Each one of the Learning Role Questions should was answered in the form of a short essay of 3 paragraphs or more, and should include have included evidence or support from your game playing experience.
        • Touch upon your major points from the essay
  • 7. Group Contributions
    • What each member did well
    • What you would do differently
  • 8. Reflection
    • Brief reflection from each member on the quality game, the value of the learning experience, and working as a group member.
    • Is this kind of unit worth while?