What would you like mystery box game.
I made this PPT for New Horizon 5 Unit 6. It's almost the same with typhoon game but instead of typhoon, they could get a mystery box that they could keep or give.
Submitted by Hilda
January 17, 2023
Inspired by: Home Town Quiz plus Where's Smiley
Estimated time: 30 minutes including the demo or depending on the number of your students.
- Divide the class into 2 teams.
- Ask a volunteer for each team to play rock, scissors, paper. Winning team will play first.
- All students will ask, "What would you like?"
- The player will answer "I'd like... (choose the food from the slide).
- Each food will reveal points when you click it. Points will be 10, 20, 50, 100 and a mystery box.
- If the player get a mystery box, he/she will have to choose if he/she wants to keep or give.
- If the player choose keep, the points in the box will be given to their team. If he/she choose give, the points will be given to the other team.
- Points can be minus, add, X2, X3, X5 or wipeout.
- Click on the mystery box to reveal the points. Then click on the home image to go back to previous screen.
- And of course, at the end of the game, the team with the higher score will be the winner.
It's up to you how you want to play it. But for my class, I made three slides for the game to make sure that everyone have a chance to play, even the very shy students who don't want to speak. What I did is the two students from both end of first row played RPS then the winner will play first. Then the two teams will play alternately in the order of their sitting position.
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I love the insane points, my students will have a blast! I will use it for my 4th graders for What do you want? Thank you so much!
Very nice, will be using this for sure. Thank you!
You're welcome. Feel free to edit the images if you will use it for other target language.
This has been a hit with lively classes, with lots of debate over the destination of mystery boxes!
Very cute! I actually edited it for my JHS2 since they need to do restaurant practice. I added some slides at the beginning for a fun conversation exchange and then they can practice with the points. Great game! Thanks!
I would love to see your version of this, especially the conversation exchange slide. I might get an idea from that.