July 30, 2012 -
August 03, 2012
Goals and Objectives
Students will continue to learn the rules, objects and fine points of strategy related to different cards, tile and board games. Students will continue to help others learn and understand how to play too. Tolerance and patience will be stressed. The final day will be marathons of games chosen by students
To ensure students are familiar with the Expected School-wide Learning Results the class will focus on: Capability, responsibility and confidence. Playing card and board games strengthens a student’s ability to develop cognitive skills in strategizing, adjusting to changing situations, as well as flexibility, and persistence in adapting to new information. Playing games help students express ideas and thoughts with clarity and confidence. With confidence and knowledge, students become more responsible and are more willing to support others during collaboration.
||Activity: Continue vocabulary related to playing cards
Activity: Continue defining the words.
||Activity: Continue game vocabulary
Activity: Begin rules/object/scoring Boggle
||Activity: Play The Mood Game in two groups
Activity: Play Wyatt Earp
||Activity: Students can choose to play any of the games already instructed
||Activity: L A S T D A Y
Activity: Marathon with prizes
Long-term assignments and projects
Learn rules, objects and vocabulary associated with a variety of card and board games to be played inside and outside of class.