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Interrobang

When is a problem not a problem? When it's a game! InterroBang?! is a game where you get to have fun with problems. Students complete real-world missions with deeds that can win prizes, improve problem solving skills, and connect them with others to do things that just might change the world.

You complete real-world missions to win prizes, learn problem solving and connect with others to change the world. It is for students, grades 6-12. In order to be eligible for prizes, students must register through their teachers or parents.

Published by Nuvana, Microsoft Partners in Learning in 2010


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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:Science
Themes/Keywords: Community
Creativity
Culture
Exploration
Games
Missions


Vocabulary
portrait, research, impact, society, duration, wingspan, fabrication,


Essential Question(s)
1. How can playing a game make science interesting and fun?

Discussion Question(s)
1. Can your team get enough points to win?

Extension and Activities
1. Pick a MISSION. Start easy (10 points) and work you way up. There are many to chose from: more added every day. You can even suggest some.
2. Make a PLAN. Do it by yourself or collaborate with your friends and people on your team.
3. Go out and DO IT. Have fun. Document what you're doing with pictures, video, audio.


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pictureSusan McDonnell
4th Grade Teacher
Jefferson Elementary, Oakland USD - Oakland, CA






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