2 Cryptic Strategies Frame Game For Classroom Application

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Published on August 4, 2009

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This assignment objectives:
To use a frame work from Thiagi FrameGames to create a templete that can be used by trainers/teachers to teach/train thier students to identify, retain and present.

Frame Games for Classroom Application

Part II of Workshop: Framegames for Classroom Application Instructional Puzzles Problem solving that require: concentrated study Ingenious thought Intuition to arrive at a solution.

Framegames for Classroom Application

Instructional Puzzles

Problem solving that require:

concentrated study

Ingenious thought

Intuition to arrive at a solution.

Objectives For Workshop II Define the concept of the value of using a Frame Game in the classroom. Accurately list the steps of the Frame Game Cryptic Strategies. Diagram Cryptic Strategies Frame Game of with the use of your content. Practice Cryptic Strategies puzzle game in the workshop. Self-assessment by: Describing in writing why Frame Games are appropriate for classroom application.

Define the concept of the value of using a Frame Game in the classroom.

Accurately list the steps of the Frame Game Cryptic Strategies.

Diagram Cryptic Strategies Frame Game of with the use of your content.

Practice Cryptic Strategies puzzle game in the workshop.

Self-assessment by: Describing in writing why Frame Games are appropriate for classroom application.

Let’s talk Frame What is a frame? Much like a window frame or a picture frame the frame is a border or case for enclosing.

What is a frame?

Much like a window frame or a picture frame the frame is a border or case for enclosing.

Let’s talk Game What is a Game? a competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on the part of two or more persons who play according to a set of rules, usually for their own amusement or for that of spectators. game. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1) . Retrieved November 22, 2006, from Dictionary.com website: http:// dictionary.reference.com /browse/game

What is a Game?

a competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on the part of two or more persons who play according to a set of rules, usually for their own amusement or for that of spectators.

Let’s talk Frame Games They provide templates for instant creation of “learning” games. These generic frameworks are deliberately designed to permit easy replacement of old content with new content. You can use framegames to rapidly develop “learning” activities that suit your needs. Http://www.willamehe.edu/~jmeyerto/THIAGI.htm

They provide templates for instant creation of “learning” games. These generic frameworks are deliberately designed to permit easy replacement of old content with new content.

You can use framegames to rapidly develop “learning” activities that suit your needs.

Rainy Dazes

Instructional Puzzle Cryptogram This is a good game to use when you want to identify cooperation and encourage group work. These are the rules we will follow as we learn to play, and have fun.

This is a good game to use when you want to identify cooperation and encourage group work.

These are the rules we will follow as we learn to play, and have fun.

Cryptogram 1.) Flow Organize participants Less than 6 conduct game as a contest. 6 or more divide into three or more teams with 2 to 6 members each. (extra team member is okay)

1.) Flow

Organize participants

Less than 6 conduct game as a contest.

6 or more divide into three or more teams with 2 to 6 members each.

(extra team member is okay)

Cryptogams Handouts 2.) Distribution of materials 1 copy each of the Eight Cryptograms to each team (each one uses a different code). 1 copy of “How to Decode Cryptograms” to each team. 3.) Rules of the game Each person in the group receives “How to Play CRYPTIC STRATEGIES”

2.) Distribution of materials

1 copy each of the Eight Cryptograms to each team (each one uses a different code).

1 copy of “How to Decode Cryptograms” to each team.

3.) Rules of the game

Each person in the group receives “How to Play CRYPTIC STRATEGIES”

Cryptogram 4.) The handling of financial transactions Each team receives their copy of the Check Register with the opening balance of $20,000.

4.) The handling of financial transactions

Each team receives their copy of the Check Register with the opening balance of $20,000.

Cryptogram Whenever a team buys information , the appropriate cost will be entered as a “charge to team” and subtracted from the balance. Whenever the team decodes a cryptogram the appropriate amount will be entered under “payment to team” and added to the balance.

Whenever a team buys information , the appropriate cost will be entered as a “charge to team” and subtracted from the balance.

Whenever the team decodes a cryptogram the appropriate amount will be entered under “payment to team” and added to the balance.

Let’s Practice

HOW TO DECODE CRYPTOGRAMS In a cryptogram, each letter in a message is replaced by another letter of the alphabet. For example: LET THE GAMES BEGIN may become this cryptogram: YZF FOX JUKZH CZJVQ. Z replaces E, F replaces T and so on. Y replaces L,

In a cryptogram, each letter in a message is replaced by another letter of the alphabet.

For example: LET THE GAMES BEGIN may become this cryptogram: YZF FOX JUKZH CZJVQ.

Z replaces E,

F replaces T and so on.

Y replaces L,

Cryptogram: YZF FOX JUKZH CZJVQ Message Revealed: LET THE GAMES BEGIN Notice that the same letter substitutions are used through-out this cryptogram. Every E in the sentence is replaced by a Z Every T is replaced by an F.

Notice that the same letter substitutions are used through-out this cryptogram.

Every E in the sentence is replaced by a Z

Every T is replaced by an F.

Review “How to” hand out Letter Frequency. Most Common letter found at the beginning of a word. Most common letter found at the end of a word. one-letter words. Common two-letter words. Common three-letter words. Common four-letter words. Word endings. Doubled letters. Punctuation.

Letter Frequency.

Most Common letter found at the beginning of a word.

Most common letter found at the end of a word.

one-letter words.

Common two-letter words.

Common three-letter words.

Common four-letter words.

Word endings.

Doubled letters.

Punctuation.

Self-Assessment list the flow steps to the framegame “CRYPTIC STATEGIES”. Call out your answer as the facilitator calls on you.

list the flow steps to the framegame “CRYPTIC STATEGIES”.

Call out your answer as the facilitator calls on you.

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