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Wheel of Knowledge

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This lesson contains **4 slides**, with **interactive quizzes** and **text slide**.

The wheel of knowledge requires students to make as many words, sums or events as possible. Each letter/number may only be used once per word/sum/event. You must always use the middle letter/number.

English:

Make as many words as possible of at least 3 letters. Each word earns one point per letter.

History:

Make a (correct) year from the Historical Overview and indicate what happened in that year.

Math:

Do as many sums as possible that add up to exactly 100. For each number you will find the required operation. For a number with a question mark, students may choose their own operation.

The students' answers appear in the word web.

Test your students' knowledge on topics by using Mind Maps as a form of assessment and engagement.

Wheel of Knowledge

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Make as many words as you can with only using three letters. You have to use the letter "O" in each word.

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Put numbers together to form certain years that correlate with certain historical moments. Use the number 19 in each year and tell what happened during this year.

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3:00

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Make as many sums as possible whose outcome when added together is exactly 100.

For each number, the required operation is listed. For a number with a question mark, students may choose their own operation.

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