Getting to Know You. Tuesday, August 25. Break class into groups of 3-4, try and have an seventh,eighth, and ninth grade student in each group. Have each student take out a scrap paper and number it from 1-10.
Getting to Know You
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Break class into groups of 3-4, try and have an seventh,eighth, and ninth grade student in each group.
Have each student take out a scrap paper and number it from 1-10.
You will ask the students the following questions and they should answer them keeping their answers to themselves.
#1 What elementary did you attend?
Bonus: who was your teacher?
#2 What is your favorite color?
# 3 Who is or was your seventh grade english teacher 1st semester?
#4 Which fast food restaurant is your favorite?
#5 What is your favorite meal at the school cafeteria?
#6 What was your favorite Olympic sport that the U.S. got a gold medal in?
Bonus: who won the Men’s 100 m dash?
#7 What is the principal’s name?
Bonus: Spell it correctly
#8 If you went on a trip this summer, where did you travel too?
#9 What year was T.H. Bell built?
#10 What was the best movie you saw this summer?
Go through the questions again.
Give each team 5 points for every question answered by the 7th graders (if there are no 7th graders appoint one student to pretend) and an additional 5 points for each match. (so if there are three people in the group and all went to Riverdale they could earn 15 points).
At the end total the points and divide by the number of people in the group.