Tuesday, 16 January 2018

QUIZ TIME! THE TUDOR ERA & SHAKESPEARE


If you think studying history or literature is boring and hard, you’re wrong. Suggest your teacher to plan team quizzes from  time to time and have fun all together.

OUR QUIZ GAME

Prepare a list of  60 questions,  form two 3-member teams, pick up a presenter and an assistant. The teacher will be the judge and will assign the points to the contestants. The assistant will write down the scores on the blackboard. The presenter will read the questions. The contestants will answer the questions in turns following always the same order,  10 questions for each contestant. If a contestant can’t answer his/her own question, the presenter or the judge will give the answer, NOT the other contestants.

Contestant 1: Questions  1-7-13-19-25-31-37-43-49-55
Contestant 2: Questions  2-8-14-20-26-32-38-44-50-56
Contestant 3: Questions  3-9-15-21-27-33-39-45-51-57
Contestant 4: Questions  4-10-16-22-28-34-40-46-52-58
Contestant 5: Questions  5-11-17-23-29-35-41-47-53-59
Contestant 6: Questions  6-12-18-24-30-36-42-48-54-60

Sounds a bit  complicated? Don't worry, it isn't. Actually, it was fun! Have a look at our video…


AND THE WINNER IS …

Each correct answer is one point and the team with the highest score won. What did they win? Books or colourful souvenirs from Britain provided by our teacher.   Eugenio was the presenter in 4scB and Benny led the game in 4scA.
Who were the contestants looking at while giving their answers? Mrs Spila, of course, who was supervising the activity as the judge.  

1 comment:

  1. It’s a helpful way to study and to learn English literature. 👍🏻

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