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  1. page Rules edited ... Game Rules {http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/images/kids-game-color.gif} Obje…
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    Game Rules
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    ObjectionsObjectives of the
    Players on your team need to guess the clues drawn on the whiteboard to correctly identify the vocabulary word. Teams are then able to define the vocabulary word. By doing so, teams advance with points. The team with the most points at the end (most correct vocabulary words) wins.
    Contents of Visual Vocabulary:
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Thursday, March 18

  1. page Rules edited ... This game is played online using Wikispaces (Visual Vocabulary website). Within this game, the…
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    This game is played online using Wikispaces (Visual Vocabulary website). Within this game, there are four sections: online whiteboard, safety codes, vocabulary words (that will change each Monday) and the game rules. Each team will have a grab bag of the current vocabulary words. You will also be using a one minute timer.
    Game Preparation:
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    your teacher.
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    into Wikispaces.
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    Appoint one
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    the artist!
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    the thinker! The
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    your picture. The artist hasYou will have one minute to draw theiryour vocabulary word and get to the thinker
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    If the word isthinker guessed the word correctly, your
    The total points your team may earn per vocabulary word is 4.
    When you and your partner finish one vocabulary list, challenge yourself by playing a second round! Select another vocabulary list and switch roles. This time, the artist will be the thinker, and the thinker will be the artist.
    Additional Rules:
    It is okay to use many whiteboard pages to create your vocabulary image.
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    You may use an “X” to cross things out when drawing or locate something but NOT as a letter.
    Pre-arranged clues are not allowed.
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  6. page Rules edited ... Game Preparation: To begin your Visual Vocabulary game you will be put in pair teams by your …
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    Game Preparation:
    To begin your Visual Vocabulary game you will be put in pair teams by your teacher. You will then need to use the class username and password to log into Wikispaces. Appoint one person on your team to look at the vocabulary words and draw them in the online whiteboard. You are the artist! Next, appoint the other person to guess the drawing and determine the definition. You are the thinker! The artist will choose one vocabulary word from the grab bag. You will have five seconds to examine the word and determine how you will draw your picture. The artist has one minute to draw their vocabulary word and get to the thinker to guess the word correctly. Be sure to set your timer!
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    1 additional point.
    The
    point.The thinker must
    The total points your team may earn per vocabulary word is 4.
    Additional Rules:
    · ItIt is okay
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    vocabulary image.
    · No

    No
    letters and
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    drawn out.
    · You

    You
    may use
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    a letter.
    · Pre-arranged

    Pre-arranged
    clues are not allowed. · You
    You
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    point value.

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  7. page Rules edited ... Game Rules {http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/images/kids-game-color.gif} ... …
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    Game Rules
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    the Game:
    Players on your team need to guess the clues drawn on the whiteboard to correctly identify the vocabulary word. Teams are then able to define the vocabulary word. By doing so, teams advance with points. The team with the most points at the end (most correct vocabulary words) wins.
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    Visual Vocabulary:
    This game is played online using Wikispaces (Visual Vocabulary website). Within this game, there are four sections: online whiteboard, safety codes, vocabulary words (that will change each Monday) and the game rules. Each team will have a grab bag of the current vocabulary words. You will also be using a one minute timer.
    Game Preparation:
    To begin your Visual Vocabulary game you will be put in pair teams by your teacher. You will then need to use the class username and password to log into Wikispaces. Appoint one person on your team to look at the vocabulary words and draw them in the online whiteboard. You are the artist! Next, appoint the other person to guess the drawing and determine the definition. You are the thinker! The artist will choose one vocabulary word from the grab bag. You will have five seconds to examine the word and determine how you will draw your picture. The artist has one minute to draw their vocabulary word and get to the thinker to guess the word correctly. Be sure to set your timer!
    If the word is guessed correctly, your team will receive 1 point. If the thinker guesses the vocabulary word in less than one minute, your team will receive 1 additional point.
    The thinker must then give a definition of the vocabulary word that the artist drew. The definition must be provided in one minute. If given correctly, your team will earn 2 additional points.
    The total points your team may earn per vocabulary word is 4.
    Additional Rules:
    · It is okay to use many whiteboard pages to create your vocabulary image.
    · No letters and words may be drawn out.
    · You may use an “X” to cross things out when drawing or locate something but NOT as a letter.
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    not allowed.
    ·
    · You must
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  8. page Rules edited Game Rules Objections {http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/images/kids-game-color…

    Game Rules
    Objections

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    Objections
    of the Game:
    Players on your team need to guess the clues drawn on the whiteboard to correctly identify the vocabulary word. Teams are then able to define the vocabulary word. By doing so, teams advance with points. The team with the most points at the end (most correct vocabulary words) wins.
    ...
    Visual Vocabulary:
    This game is played online using Wikispaces (Visual Vocabulary website). Within this game, there are four sections: online whiteboard, safety codes, vocabulary words (that will change each Monday) and the game rules. Each team will have a grab bag of the current vocabulary words. You will also be using a one minute timer.
    Game Preparation:
    To begin your Visual Vocabulary game you will be put in pair teams by your teacher. You will then need to use the class username and password to log into Wikispaces. Appoint one person on your team to look at the vocabulary words and draw them in the online whiteboard. You are the artist! Next, appoint the other person to guess the drawing and determine the definition. You are the thinker! The artist will choose one vocabulary word from the grab bag. You will have five seconds to examine the word and determine how you will draw your picture. The artist has one minute to draw their vocabulary word and get to the thinker to guess the word correctly. Be sure to set your timer!
    If the word is guessed correctly, your team will receive 1 point. If the thinker guesses the vocabulary word in less than one minute, your team will receive 1 additional point.
    The thinker must then give a definition of the vocabulary word that the artist drew. The definition must be provided in one minute. If given correctly, your team will earn 2 additional points.
    The total points your team may earn per vocabulary word is 4.
    Additional Rules:
    It

    · It
    is okay
    ...
    vocabulary image.
    No

    · No
    letters and
    ...
    drawn out.
    You

    · You
    may use
    ...
    a letter.
    Pre-arranged

    · Pre-arranged
    clues are not allowed.
    You

    · You
    must guess
    ...
    word, not it’sits plural form
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    point value.
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  9. page Rules edited Game Rules Objections of the Game: Players on your team need to guess the clues drawn on t…

    Game Rules
    Objections of the Game:
    Players on your team need to guess the clues drawn on the whiteboard to correctly identify the vocabulary word. Teams are then able to define the vocabulary word. By doing so, teams advance with points. The team with the most points at the end (most correct vocabulary words) wins.
    Contents of Visual Vocabulary:
    This game is played online using Wikispaces (Visual Vocabulary website). Within this game, there are four sections: online whiteboard, safety codes, vocabulary words (that will change each Monday) and the game rules. Each team will have a grab bag of the current vocabulary words. You will also be using a one minute timer.
    Game Preparation:
    To begin your Visual Vocabulary game you will be put in pair teams by your teacher. You will then need to use the class username and password to log into Wikispaces. Appoint one person on your team to look at the vocabulary words and draw them in the online whiteboard. You are the artist! Next, appoint the other person to guess the drawing and determine the definition. You are the thinker! The artist will choose one vocabulary word from the grab bag. You will have five seconds to examine the word and determine how you will draw your picture. The artist has one minute to draw their vocabulary word and get to the thinker to guess the word correctly. Be sure to set your timer!
    If the word is guessed correctly, your team will receive 1 point. If the thinker guesses the vocabulary word in less than one minute, your team will receive 1 additional point.
    The thinker must then give a definition of the vocabulary word that the artist drew. The definition must be provided in one minute. If given correctly, your team will earn 2 additional points.
    The total points your team may earn per vocabulary word is 4.
    Additional Rules:
    It is okay to use many whiteboard pages to create your vocabulary image.
    No letters and words may be drawn out.
    You may use an “X” to cross things out when drawing or locate something but NOT as a letter.
    Pre-arranged clues are not allowed.
    You must guess the exact word, not it’s plural form to receive the point value.

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