This game plays just like the popular board game, Battleship®. ***How to set up this game template***1. Come up with 32 review questions and answers. 2. Type the questions into the “Type review question here.” text boxes on slides 3-34. One question per slide.3. Keep a list of the questions and answers with you, so you know what the answers are (just in case you get caught off-guard).***How to play Battleship***
1. Divide your class into two even teams. It’s fun to do boys vs. girls if the numbers are roughly equal!2. Have them sit in a groups (with their teams) and have each team select a captain. The captain is the only person who can pick squares and provide answers. It gets too confusing, otherwise. One team is the Red Team and will try to destroy the three ships hiding beneath the blue squares. The other team is the Blue Team and will try to destroy the three ships hiding beneath the red squares.3. Choose which team will go first. I like to flip a coin.4. Have the first team select which square they want to attack. Then, click on their selection in the gray “Questions” box. This will take you to the question that corresponds with that square.5. Read the group the question. Give them 1 minute to discuss and provide an answer.6. If the answer they provide is correct, click on the “Return to Board” box. Then, click on the box that they selected. IF there is part of a ship behind that box, you can click on the ship and a bomb will explode on it. After the box has been clicked and the ship has been bombed (if applicable), their turn is over and the other team gets to go.NOTE: If both parts of a ship have been destroyed, you can reduce the number of ships remaining in the “Ships Remaining” text box. 7. If the answer they provide is incorrect, click on the “Return to Board” box. Their turn is now over and the other team gets to go.8. The game continues until one team has successfully destroyed all three of their opponents ships.