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SMART Lesson. By: Blaine Morton ELED 318 Nina-Matos. I really like the concept of this game in that every mole head can have a different question behind it to help learn subject matter. I would use this game as review before giving a test on any subject.

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smart lesson

SMART Lesson

By: Blaine Morton

ELED 318

Nina-Matos

whack a mole

I really like the concept of this game in that every mole head can have a different question behind it to help learn subject matter.

  • I would use this game as review before giving a test on any subject.
  • I would change it by giving each mole a different numeric value in reference to how hard the question is.
Whack-A-Mole
jeopardy

I like this game because it is a good way to learn or review information on any given subject.

  • I would use this game as a review for my class before a test.
  • I would change this game by giving it more color and adding sound effects.
Jeopardy
connect four

I like that this is a representation of an old childhood game that many people are familiar with.

  • I would use this game as review for math to help familiarize my students with recent mathematical techniques.
  • I change this game by having students play it one on one instead of the class as a whole.
Connect Four
classroom feud

I like that this game allows review on any subject but also gives the students the concept of teamwork and has them work together.

  • I would use this game before teaching the subject to see how much background information the students already know on a certain subject.
  • I would make it appear more up to date and modern instead of using basic colors.
Classroom Feud
wheel of fortune

I like this game because many people are familiar with the show Wheel of Fortune and it would be a fun way to review.

  • I would use this game to review with my class on science subjects.
  • I would change this game by allowing more teams to play than three.
Wheel of Fortune
balloon pop game

I like the idea of this game because it is the concept of others but a different approach.

  • I would use this game as a review in my class the day before an exam.
  • I would change it giving each balloon a different number of difficulty.
Balloon Pop Game
color game

I like this game because it is very bright and fun looking which will automatically get my students’ attention.

  • I would use this game to teach a younger class their colors of the color wheel and/or in an art class.
  • I would improve this game by adding sound effects.
Color Game
multiclass name picker

I like the versatility of this game because you never know who is coming next.

  • I would use this game to randomly pick students’ names to answer questions on any subject.
  • I would add a facial picture of each student under their name.
Multiclass Name Picker
smart city

I like how this game shows you an over shot view of the classroom.

  • I would use this game on the first day of school to show my students where everything is located.
  • I would change by making the screenshot accurate to the setup of my classroom.
SMART CITY
story stage

I like the idea of this game because it allows children to use their imaginations while also building reading comprehension.

  • I would use this game in the literature unit of my class for building comprehension.
  • I would change the color scheme to make it “pop” more.
Story Stage
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