external image fungal-toenails.gifAll the games listed here are publicly accessible. See instructions below.

http://jeopardyreview.livejournal.com/785.html A review after having completed Ni Hao book 2, lesson 3
http://jeopardylabs.com/play/nihao-l5-12 A review for Ni Hao 3 Lesson 5
http://jeopardyreview.livejournal.com/1457.html Chun Jie review for 2nd and 3rd year students
http://jeopardylabs.com/play/clothes-ni-hao-2 Clothing review

jeopardy template powerpoint is a new website that provides a simple platform for creating and playing a Jeopardy type game with your students. I
use it for reviewing material. It's fun and motivates students. It even has built-in scoring for up to 5 teams.

The idea here is for each of us to create several games, and then share with everyone. I suggest you title each game based on content
and level. For example, I have a game that I used to review after completing Ni Hao 2 Lesson 3. Note the name in the address:
http://jeopardytemplatepowerpoint.weebly.com/next-generation-learning-experience.html

jeopardy template powerpoint brings you to the main page. Just click on the Start Building link and it is very intuitive. You choose
category headings, then put questions and answers under each of 5 different dollar amounts (presumably in order of difficulty). Be sure
to note down the password you use to create the game. The name you give each game becomes the address, though if another game already
exists with that name, they will change it slightly - perhaps adding a number. You MUST note down the link they give you for both editing
and playing, otherwise you will never find the game.

In order to addd an image, ether to the question or the answer, enter the following :
<img src="http://johnnyyanok.com/hello.jpg" width="200" height="261"/>
You would put the link to an online image there, and can also define the size if you want to.

Once you are done, email clta.gny@gmail.com to have the game posted hereon for everyone to use.

Note regarding Chinese characters: I have found that the questions and answers support Chinese with no problem, but that the title of your
game and the category headings, though they appear to, do not display correctly when you call the game back up.

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