Grade 5 Daily Routine Star Wars

Star Wars quiz game for grade 5 lesson on daily routines and Frequency Adverbs.

is who originally made it.

some questions are a little harder than others, but they are all covered in One World Smiles 5. I believe other texts (new horizons etc) has this unit as well. Please edit accordingly

I changed a few of the character screens to gifs.

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  • 5年生 StarWars Game.pptx (27.5 MB)
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    Submitted by Creag_Sapporo September 6, 2022 Estimated time: 5-15 minutes
    1. UonumaRobert September 6, 2022

      Looks good. I'd suggest not using the 'take from another team' or the 'lose half points' with elementary school classes, even the upper grades. I've found it can be pretty demotivating. Maybe change the lose half points to -5 points, still exciting but not devastating. And change take points from other team to all teams get 3 points. Teams find it funny when their answer rewards everyone. It's fun to get all the groups to thank them.

    2. Creag_Sapporo September 6, 2022

      Thanks UonumaRobert, I like that. Add bonus points, rather than demotivational. will definitely put it in.

    3. UonumaRobert September 6, 2022

      Its that take points from another team that can really do it. Sometimes the elementary school kids feel it's unfair and get upset.

    4. rmsmith September 8, 2022

      Gonna steal some of these slides. I also made a remix of the template with animations for every point slide if you wanna take a look. I find my kids don't really have a problem with losing points though... They normally want revenge haha.

    5. fukutanisan February 9, 2023

      This is beautiful, just a few typos in the translation slides, "eigo NI", not "eigo de" as far as I can tell.

      Your time estimate isn't to finish the whole game is it? Because it seems it would take a lot longer to finish than 15 minutes.
      If I'm ever given a full class I will definitely suggest that to my HRT. :)

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