No. It is a face-to-face game. If you are looking for a distance learning activity for genre, check out my
Each student will have his/her own card. Students can sit 6 feet apart, but they will need to project their voices when reading. This is great practice for students who mumble!
Some of the genres, such as , , and , will be new to many students. This is a great opportunity to introduce students to genres they may not have heard of before!
- 28 “I have…who has…?” cards (7 slides, editable in PPT)
- prep instructions, game play directions, and tips (2 slides, part of the cards PPT)
- answer key (3 pages, PDF, editable)
- . The cards print on 7 pages, but I recommend printing at least one extra copy in case the cards tear or get lost.
- –to open, edit, and print the cards.
- –to cut out the cards. They print 4 to a page and can be cut along simple, straight lines.
- –does not require color ink.
short stories, fantasy, biography, graphic novels, classic literature, drama/plays, autobiography, realistic fiction, poetry or free verse, collected biography, fiction, adventure, sports fiction, historical fiction, romance, steampunk, retelling, reference, mythology, horror, space opera, humor, fact books, nonfiction, science fiction, dystopia, mystery, and genre.
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