# Whose Math is it, Anyway

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```					                Whose Math is it, Anyway?—EOC Review Game

Concept: Using the TV show, “Whose Line is it, Anyway?” as its premise, students will
create an Algebra review game.

   As this is a group venture, each group is to be made of 3-4 students.
   Each group member is responsible for their own work, and will be rated by the
other group members and teacher observation.
   Each student is responsible for:
o Creating Two Algebra-Based (School Appropriate) Skits with rules
o Creating and acquiring materials, questions or props required
o Acting Out the skits (One Minute or less)
o Skits should involve using or describing math rules or concepts, and/or
working problems out on the board while performing skits.
o Example skits include: “Props”, “Weird Newscasters”, “Two-Line Vocabulary”,
“Number of Words”, “Part Quirks”, “Let’s Make a Date”, “Whose Line”,
“Questions Only”, “Questionable Impressions”, “Hats”, “Scenes from a Hat”,
“Greatest Hits”, “Song Styles”, “Film Styles”, “Hoedown”, “Three-Headed
Broadway Star”, “World’s Worst”, “The Millionaire Show”, and “Foreign Film
Dub”. All can be used or modified so that they are Algebra-centric.
   The teacher acts as the facilitator/host.

Rubric for “Whose Math is it, Anyway” Project
2. Be Creative!
3. DUE:____________
Task (assuming all work is shown)                      Possible Points   Points Earned

Correctly writes two skits with rules.                        35

Participates in Group Preparation.                            20

Participates in Group Skits/Presentation.                     20

Rating from group members (secret ballot).                    15

Neatness, organization and presentation.                      10

Turned in early for teacher review.                           5

Total Points                                                 105

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