Name Game CIVICSSSS
Rules• Get in one of three teams• Pick a person to be your speaker• Pick a person to be your guesser• None of the other te...
Rules• The speaker faces the overhead where  the words are projected• The guesser sits with their back to the  overhead• T...
Rules• The speaker tries to get the guesser to  say as many terms as possible within 1  minute.• The speaker may say anyth...
Rules• If the speaker gives up they may say  “pass” and go on to the next slide. They  can not go back to slides they pass...
Practice Slide•Smoothen The Lion
•Representative Democracy
•Majority Rule
•Politics
•Democracy
•Popular Sovereignty
•Conservatism
•Socialism
•Liberalism
•Left
•Mitt Romney
•Anarchism
•Demographics
•Diversity
•Equality
•Moderates
•Sun Belt
•Barack Obama
•Gender Gap
•One Direction
•Republican Party
•Libertarianism
•National Party Convention
•Right
•Democratic Party
•Justin Bieber
•Arab Spring
•Demographics
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Name game Test 1 Civics 2012

  1. 1. Name Game CIVICSSSS
  2. 2. Rules• Get in one of three teams• Pick a person to be your speaker• Pick a person to be your guesser• None of the other team members may speak
  3. 3. Rules• The speaker faces the overhead where the words are projected• The guesser sits with their back to the overhead• The team has 1 minute• Terms will be flashed on the overhead, one at a time
  4. 4. Rules• The speaker tries to get the guesser to say as many terms as possible within 1 minute.• The speaker may say anything (within reason) except the actual words they are trying to get the guesser to say.• The team gets one point every time the guesser guesses the term.
  5. 5. Rules• If the speaker gives up they may say “pass” and go on to the next slide. They can not go back to slides they pass.• The team with the most total points at the end of the game gets that many extra credit points.
  6. 6. Practice Slide•Smoothen The Lion
  7. 7. •Representative Democracy
  8. 8. •Majority Rule
  9. 9. •Politics
  10. 10. •Democracy
  11. 11. •Popular Sovereignty
  12. 12. •Conservatism
  13. 13. •Socialism
  14. 14. •Liberalism
  15. 15. •Left
  16. 16. •Mitt Romney
  17. 17. •Anarchism
  18. 18. •Demographics
  19. 19. •Diversity
  20. 20. •Equality
  21. 21. •Moderates
  22. 22. •Sun Belt
  23. 23. •Barack Obama
  24. 24. •Gender Gap
  25. 25. •One Direction
  26. 26. •Republican Party
  27. 27. •Libertarianism
  28. 28. •National Party Convention
  29. 29. •Right
  30. 30. •Democratic Party
  31. 31. •Justin Bieber
  32. 32. •Arab Spring
  33. 33. •Demographics
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