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Students will play a game (adapted from Who Wants to Be a Millionaire) as a review of careers found in the five pathways of health care.
Main Curriculum Tie:
Background For Teachers:
2. Give students directions on the game and review the health care pathways.
There are five basic areas in the field of health care:
3. In addition to the pathways, there are many other questions covering basic health care and health care careers. The object of the game is to achieve the highest possible knowledge level associated with increasingly difficult questions. Reinforce with students just as more education improves a personís employment options in the world of work, (the more education you have the more occupations for which you qualify), the teams that achieve highest level in the game will all be winners.
4. Each team will have the chance to advance one education level in each round. Each round is comprised of two consecutive right questions. Full rounds will be played to give teams equal opportunities to win with the highest level of education achieved. Questions have been assigned to categories by level of difficulty: Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle/Jr. High, High School, Certificate/Associate, Bachelorís, and Graduate.
5. Each team will be allowed one of each of the three lifelines during the game. For the "Ask The Audience" lifeline, they can poll the rest of their team to see which answer the team thinks is correct. They can also poll the rest of the class to see which answer the class believes is correct. Encourage students to be helpful if they are polled, since their team may also need additional help. To use the "50/50" option, the teacher should click on the 50/50 button to make half of the questions disappear. The teacher must remember to click back on it before they move to the next question. To use the "Phone a Friend" lifeline, the student may use anyone involved in the game, including the teacher to ask for advice in answering the question.
6. The teacher will direct the first question to Team 1, and allow them 20-30 seconds to discuss their response. (You may want to use a stopwatch to keep time. Decide with your class before the game starts what the response time will be). Only the team captainís response will be recognized. The answer should be confirmed by asking, ďIs that the teamís final answer?Ē If correct, mark on the board that the team has passed the first level. Move on to a question from the next level, again marking on the board if the team answers correctly. (You may want to appoint a scorekeeper from each team). After two questions, or when a team misses an item, move on to the next team for questioning.
7. The winning team(s) is/are marked on the board. Provide some method of recognition.
8. When using the "Who Wants to be Health Care Worker" PowerPoint, the teacher should click on the diamond to advance to the next question. Do NOT use the space bar.
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