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					Are You Game?

PMI

What If ?

Re-design it

Create

Reverse Listing

Red Hat

Picture Smart

Interpretation

Advertise

Decision Matrix

Prediction

Black and Yellow Hat

Alphabet Key

Construction

Venn Diagram

Question Time

Your Name: _______________________
Developed by Katrina Long. Inspired by Denise Tarlinton.

Alphabet Key
Write the letters A-Z on your page and beside each letter record the names of games and toys that you know begin with that letter of the alphabet. A T B U C V D W E X F Y G Z H I J K L M N O P Q R S
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Construction
Use only a pack of cards and build yourself the tallest card castle that you can. Measure the height and record it along with a diagram of its structure. Make show you show the teacher. After this is down, take a dice, roll it 20 times and record the numbers you rolled using tally marks. Then draw a graph to show your findings. Which number was rolled most? Which number was rolled least? Was there a number that never was rolled?

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Question Time
As a class we want to make a Senior E board game. We want to have question and problem cards in our game to help people move forward (advance) and make the job of winning a challenge. Please write 5 questions about our class (with answers please) and write 3 problem statements and the consequence.

e.g.

Problem You did not do your homework. Move
back 2 spaces.

Question How many computers do we have in
our classroom? If correct move forward 1 space.

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Decision Matrix
Fill in the matrix based on your decisions and rate the games you like the best and find out why. board card computer physical game location of game inside/ outside players allowed less / more appearance looks fun / boring time needed to play little / lots rules easy / hard

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Black and Yellow Hat
Find 4 difficulties/problems and 4 postives/advantages for computer games.

Black Hat 1 2 3 4

Yellow Hat

OR

Find 4 difficulties/problems and 4 postives/advantages for board games.

Black Hat 1 2 3 4

Yellow Hat

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Prediction KEY
Predict what kind of games will be played in 40 years time, when you are around 50 yrs old. Give them a name and write a brief explanation of how the game is played.

1.

2.

3.

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Advertise
You are in charge of promoting a new PSP, Gameboy or X-Box game.       Think of a name. Think about colours. Think about attention grabbing information. Think about its interesting features. Think about it selling points. And make sure to include price, availability and anything else you think is necessary.

Also let us know where this advertisement would be shown. E.g. bus stop, tv, magazine, newsletter, etc. A radio ad is not an option. But if you’re creating a tv advertisement, please draw up story boards.

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Create
You are a computer game graphic artist who has just created a fabulous new character for a children’s game. Draw it using the lines drawn for you and write a short blurb about the character.

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Reverse Listing
Name 10 games you cannot play alone.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Interpretation
The team lost all their points. Give FIVE (5) possible explanations.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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Picture Smart
Design a new chess set. Here are the old pieces and there names. What would the new pieces be called and what would they look like. Only use a lead pencil but decide what two colours you would use.

king

queen

bishop knight

rook

pawn

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Red Hat
When we wear our RED HAT we are thinking about our FEELINGS! Use your RED HAT to record (tick or cross) your feelings about the toys and games below:
Like Marbles Twister Operation Cluedo Yo-yo Scrabble Pictionary Snap Monopoly Gameboys X-box Tiggy Football Snakes and Ladders Handball Chess Duster Hockey Musical Chairs *Put on your GREEN HAT (CREATIVE!!) and write a poem about your FAVOURITE game!
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Don’t like

No feeling

P.M.I.
Complete the P.M.I. for a Yo-Yo.

PLUS      

MINUS

INTERESTING   

OR Complete the P.M.I. for a Tamagotchi.

PLUS      

MINUS

INTERESTING   

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Re- Design it!
Imagine you are an Australian Game Creator. You love the murder mystery game “Cluedo” but want to make it more Australian. Create a list of 8 Aussie characters, 8 Aussie places and 8 Aussie objects that could be used as weapons. You may choose to draw pictures of each and label them. For example

1

People Jimmy Barnes

Places Sydney Opera House

Objects Boomerang

2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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What If…
What if computer games were only to be played by adults?

What if computer games were only allowed to be played by adults?

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What If…
What if there were no games for children to play?

What if computer games were only allowed to be played by adults?

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Venn- Diagram
Draw a venn-diagram like the one below. Use the information provided to record similarities and differences between Playstation and pc computer games in the Venn Diagram below. You might need to use some information from books or the Internet to help you complete this task.

Playstation Games

PC Computer Games

Different

Same

Different

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