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Jujutsu Kaisen Review Game

An adaptable JJK review quiz game. Can be used for any grammar point.

This game can either be low prep or high prep depending on how good you and your teachers are at improvising questions. There are no questions on the actual slides. There is space to put questions on the slides but each slide can be used muliple times so depending on the arrow clicked, the same question may come up.

I normally have the students answer on their tablets and send the answers to the teacher through royal note so we can get the order that they answered.

The flow of the game is simple. You and your JTE take turns asking questions for the students to answer on their tablets. You can do this in groups or individual but group flows better. After a certain amount of time tell them the answer a give points (sukuna fingers) accordingly. Every right question is one finger. If a group gets 20 fingers they win. The group that answers quickest gets helper that provides effects. The effects are written on the helpers slide. The fastest group also gets to choose which direction to go next.

Boss slides can only be done by the group that choose that direction. A teacher will ask 5 questions. If all questions are right they get 3 fingers but for each wrong answer they lose a finger with a max loss of -2.

I also make sure the same student isn't answering everything by making them pass the tablet after each question.

The powerpoint is easy to navigate. Click answer to make the prison realm drop. Click the prison realm to reveal the helper. Click again to make arrows and the finger appear. Click arrows to go to different slides. Click the finger when a group reaches 20 fingers.

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  • jjk game.pptx (18.6 MB)
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    Submitted by bluebubbles June 8, 2024 Estimated time: 40 minutes
    1. Gaijingaiden June 10, 2024

      Seems like there's a lot to remember.

    2. bluebubbles June 12, 2024

      Just reuploaded the file with explanations in the notes to keep it easier to keep track of

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