Language of Assessment Strategies – Concentration Game
How much do you know about assessment strategies and how fast can you show it?
The Concentration game is a way for you to learn and review various assessment strategies. The elements of the game are terms and definitions. The object of each game is to correctly match the definition with the term it best describes in as few tries as possible. With each correct match, a portion of a hidden picture will be uncovered. You can play the game as often as you like or until you are conversant with the language used to describe assessment strategies.
How to play the game
When you start the game, you will be presented with a grid of terms. Concentrate on the grid and try to remember where they are on the grid.
To start the matching part of the game, click the indicated area to begin the timer and display the first definition.
Read the defnition presented.
- Click the term in the grid that is best described by the definition.
Each term/definition combination starts at a value of 5 points. Try to keep your score as high as possible. You can lose points two ways:
When you make a correct match, part of the hidden picture will be revealed.
Click the Next Definition button to continue and start the timer again.
- Incorrect matches: 2 points for every incorrect guess.
- Taking too much time: 1 point for each revolution of the timer.
Finishing the game
To finish the game, successfully match each definition to its term to reveal the hidden picture.
Click Start to play begin the game.
Click Lesson Activities to select a different game.