Give a definition or explain
what each of these words means to you.
1. Three judges are needed from the students. Volunteers if possible.
2. The rest of the students must form two teams. They must decide on
what they wish to say and how to say it. If the game works well without
time limits so be it. If not the judges must impose a limit.
3. Words will be selected by pulling the numbers below from out of
4. After evaluating each presentation the judges must designate a winner.
They could declare both to be winners or reject both presentations but
the judges are limited to the number of times or if they can declare
a tie by the consensus of the whole group.
5. If there is one team that has five squares in a row up, down or
diagonally they are declared winners of the first round.
Each team will submit five words to the judges. The judges will select
three words. One at a time each team will present its definition or feelings
about the word chosen by the judges. After the first word by each team
is presented the judges must declare a winner. The first team to win twice
is the winner of the second round. Judges may allow the use of dictionaries.
The judges will amoungst themselves choose one word. The two teams must
then define or explain that word.