USE with articles indentified.
The statements are answers to questions (modeled after the TV show Jeopardy!). Students must answer in the form of a question.
DIVIDE the class into teams.
READ the statements.
CALL on the first team with a hand raised.
CORRECT ANSWER = 10 points
WRONG ANSWER = -10 points
(And another team may respond for the same chance to gain or lose 10 points.)
MAKE ME BRAND NEW (1) Before this historical What is the Industrial Revotution? period, Americans bought mostly generic non-brand goods. (2) An image of this fictional Who is Betty Crocker? female character appeared on cake-mix packages for more than six decades. (3) During this period in the What was the McCarty era? 1950s, the Cincinnati Reds changed their name to the Redlegs. (4) This tobacco company What is Philip Morris? changed its corporate name to Altria following a rash of lawsuits over smoking-retated deaths. (5) This product's recipe was What is CoCa-Cola? changed in 1985 in one of the greatest marketing blunders in history. STAY TUNED... (1) In August, Repubticans What is Tampa, Florida? will nominate a candidate for President at their national convention in this city. (2) Despite some signs that What is 8 percent? the economy is improving, unemployment in the U.S. remains stuck at about this rate. (3) Some experts believe this What is Israel? Middle Eastern country may take military action against Iran to keep it from producing nuclear weapons. (4) In June, the U.S. Supreme What is the health-care Court with rule on the constitutionality of this law. (5) This sport will make its What is women's boxing? debut as an Olympic event at this summer's Games in London.
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|Publication:||New York Times Upfront|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||May 14, 2012|
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