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    Default Family Feud for the classroom

    One of my ALTs posted this on our pref website, just thought i would share it with you all.

    Family Feud Power Point game
    I found an awesome Power Point version of the game Family Feud http://www.japteach.com/uploads/5/4/..._8_answers.ppt

    It's actually from a website used to teach elementary-level Japanese, but the Power Point game could be used with English answers. There PP file is found here, as well as other PP games: GAMES interactive - Japanese Teaching Ideas

    I love PP in the classroom!
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    Default Re: Family Feud for the classroom

    This game is fucking sick!

    God damn!!!

    I wanna play!!!
    Me Rikey Very Much!!!

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    Default Re: Family Feud for the classroom

    I did a manual version of Family Feud (iow, read questions off paper) with my English Club and the LOVED IT. Seriously, may have been the best English club I've had.

    I wanted to do it again, only, I needed more questions! This will be a big help, thanks for posting!

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    Default Re: Family Feud for the classroom

    So how did it work. You came up with the plausable answers yourself and rated them by how you felt how popular each answer would be?
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    Default Re: Family Feud for the classroom

    Quality idea! I'm also curious how you did the scoring though. Should I go around Okayma station and ask 100 random Japanese people? I have a feeling "eeeeto" and "wakaranai" would be top choices for most things ;-)

    ETA: I can't open it at work so maybe that's answered in the file.
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    Here's some places you could get questions and answers for it:

    Family Feud Answers Guide v1.0 - hosted by Neoseeker

    http://www.games.com/game/family-feud/

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    Brilliant! With the PowerPoint and the questions list, this activity is practically done! Thanks so much!

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    Here is another resource that may be useful for teachers. It allows you to play Family Feud using Powerpoint without needing the mouse:

    How to play Family Feud using Powerpoint without using the mouse

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    I play Family Feud in my class all the time. I just make up answers, and make sure that the scores add up to 100 in each category. I always make sure to be all cheesy when we play, too. It's a good time.

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