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Re: Disappointing Jeapordy

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LynnMarie Paris (paris)
Mon, 18 Oct 1999 20:09:25 -0400

Thanks for the reply. I did have the "Team Captain" give me the answer, only.
That worked out fine (and fairly well). You write:
"That call locksin the bet number for the group.In this way, it's one more
last ditch
effort for the losing group to win. "
How does this help the losing group catch up?
I have a few more questions for you. Do you subtract points for incorrect
How do the students learn the current events? Do you teach them in class

As for the clay, there are 6-7 classes a day taught in that room. I only teach
2-3 of it was 2. So I dont even know if it was in my classes.
All I can think of is to tell the classes that "unless the person who did it,
admits it....we suffer through the heat." Which, unfortunately, is the truth
we have to live with! It is aweful in that room! I walk in, in the morning
with a wool coat, sweater, and gloves...and am in a short sleave, or sleaveless
shirt, five minutes later. It is going to be aweful!

Thanks for listening.


dj wrote:

> How are you putting together your groups? Maybe consider splitting up some
> of the kids to even out the abilities.(?) Going around the room to each
> group in order is a good idea. I do that. Stops the chaos. I also have them
> answer a double jeapordy question at the end where they must bet at least
> some of their points. The group decides how many points to bet. Another way
> to keep the chaos down: One student speaks for the group after the decision
> has been made by all. But if any one student from the group jumps the gun
> and calls out..... they seal the fate of the entire group. That call locks
> in the bet number for the group. In this way, it's one more last ditch
> effort for the losing group to win. BTW, my questions are usually current
> events in art.
> What a drag about the clay. I teach ceramics and feel for you. Do you know
> which student did this? Someone had to see who it was don't you think? Maybe
> you could try and find out and then handle that "child" appropriately. Good
> Luck.
> Donna