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1. Bluffarama - I use this as a review game. Students are divided into two teams, and I take turns asking each whole TEAM a question. Students on the team being asked have the option to stand up---indicating that they know the answer. One student who is standing is chosen by the other team, and that one student must say the answer. If they answer correctly, the whole team gets + as many points as there are people standing. If they answer incorrectly, the team gets as many points subtracted as there are people standing. It's called "Bluffarama" because students can "bluff" knowing the answer in order to increase the number of points that their team may earn. Alternate asking the two teams questions as long as you wish to play. Important rules--- Students may not tell their teammates the answers; if a students stands up, they must COMMIT to standing (no up and down). Depending on the group, you may need to come up with a randomization system so that the same students are not standing & being chosen over and over.

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