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Ask a Question? Jeopardy in improve vocabulary

Playing games is an innovative way to engage students in learning vocabulary words. Ask a
Question is similar to the popular television game show Jeopardy.
Steps:
1. Develop a matrix with six columns and six rows. Title the matrix with the unit of study. The
top row’s cells are labeled with categories that relate to the unit of study. Related content
terms are listed below each category. Each cell contains a vocabulary word that correlates
with the column’s category. (See Weather example on the following page.) The game can be
played by using an overhead, blackboard, PowerPoint, or an online resource.
2. Cover cells with a sticky note or other method to hide terms from students. Each cell is
labeled with a point amount. (See Weather example below.)
3. Divide students into pairs or teams. Tell each team to designate a speaker. Have the
speaker select a category and point amount. Under each point amount is a vocabulary word.
Explain that the speaker is to create a definition for the word. The definition must be stated
as a question.
Example:
• Word: barometer
• Question: What instrument measures air pressure?
4. Decide whether a student’s question represents an adequate understanding of the term.
5. Award points if the team speaker answers correctly in the form of a question. At the end of
the game, the team with the most points wins.


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