Adjective Adventure

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/grammar/adjectives.htm
Platform(s): Browser Based



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This game is a game that uses spiders and flies to appeal to young kids who need help identifying adjectives.



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Summary of Evaluation

Evaluation Instructions: Students use their student rubric (just click on the underlined word) as do educators. Once you determine the level of achievement of this game, select whether it is a Rock Star (2 points), OK (1 point), or not OK. These are used to calculate the Gamified Score that will be shared at the top. If you have anything to note about any aspect, include it in your review below. If you're an educator, you may help your students write the review. Just make sure you're not affiliated with a game according to our site guidelines.

Learning Game Evaluation Criteria
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Learning Game Evaluation Criteria
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Problem Solving
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Purpose

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Scaffolding and mastery

Creativity
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Feedback



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Educator Review(s)


Educator instructions:Write your review below. If possible include a link to your blog and Twitter handle. Include the date and the version number of the game (if possible.) If you used in this classroom, we'd appreciate you adding links to any resources you used or created under "Resources."



Student Review(s)


Student instructions: Please write your review below, include each of the 7 points we're using as well as any other factors that should be considered. Include the date and the version number of the game (if possible.) If one student writes the review, use your wiki userid.

Problem Solving: This game is rated "Not OK" because it is not connected to the real world.

Player Freedom: This game is rated "Not OK" because the player proceeds through the game the same way every way. If you get the right answer, it tells you then just moves on to the next question. If you get it wrong, you have to keep answering the question until you get it correct.

Game Play: This game is rated "OK" because it is very simple to understand, and no guidance from the teacher is required.

Motivation: This game is rated "Rockstar" because this game can be played outside of the class on a personal device with no cost.

Real World Connections: This game is rated "ok" because it promotes responsible choices but may not matter in real life, other than to help with Grammar.

Teamwork: This game is rated "Not OK" because it does not provide collaboration between students.

Creativity: This game is rated "Not OK" because you are not allowed to personalize your avatar.

JensenJ2017 3/18/14





Resources


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Screenshots


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