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# Game of the Goose

Game of the Goose
Gamification
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Slide 1: Tekstslide
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In deze les zitten 4 slides, met tekstslides.

Lesduur is: 30 min

## Introductie

With the game of "Game of the Goose," students work independently or in pairs or trios on the subject. As they progress through the game, the questions they receive become more difficult.

## Instructies

With a few minor exceptions, the rules of the regular "Ganzenbord" game are followed. Each student chooses a game piece (pawn). Since LessonUp does not have dice, the students use the spinner located at the top right of the screen. By spinning the spinner, they can move forward or backward on the board.

As this is a board game, students play in groups using a single device, preferably a tablet or laptop. They gather around the device and do not need to use other devices. The interactivity lies in the collaborative play among the students.

## Onderdelen in deze les

Game of the Goose
Gamification

#### Slide 1 -Tekstslide

•  Choose a pawn.
•  Spin the wheel and move the number of steps indicated on the wheel.
•  Follow the direction of the circles.

•  If you land on a green circle, choose one of the question marks and answer
the question. Incorrect? Then skip a turn. Correct, the turn goes to the other
player, but you may continue after that.
•  Lilac circle means waiting for a turn.
•  White circle, nothing happens.

•  The first player to reach one of the cups and answer correctly wins the game.
How does this game work?
a question will appear

#### Slide 2 -Tekstslide

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Start
Question:
Which type of weathering will occur most frequently here?
Question: Glaciers carry weathering material. Subsequently, this material, along with the glacier, erodes a valley. What shape does a glacier valley have?
Question: What is the sediment left behind on the sides, bottom, and end of the glacier called?
Question:
How can we tell that we are dealing with young mountains here?
Question: Explain how the Alps were formed? Describe this in at least three steps!
Question:
What does "firn" mean?
Question:
Classify rivers. Based on a longitudinal profile, three parts are formed. Which parts are those?
Question:
There are 3 types of rivers. Which types are there?
Question:
Do we see an erosional coast or an accretion coast here?
Question:
What does erosion mean?
Question:
In at least 3 steps, explain how what you see in the image has been formed?
Question:
Here, we see an outer and inner bend of a river. Where does sedimentation occur, inside or outside the bend?
Question:
How is a horseshoe lake formed? In this image, there is almost one visible.
Question:
What is sedimentation?
Question:
Rivers cause erosion. The power of abrasive weathering material and water is immense. Complete valleys are formed by this force. What type of valley is formed?
Question:
There are chemical weathering and mechanical weathering. Mechanical weathering is caused, among other factors, by temperature differences. Explain how temperature differences contribute to weathering.
Question:
The Alps were formed by forces within the Earth. What are these forces called?
Question:
What does old mountains look like? Provide at least 2 characteristics!
Question:
What is the reason for significant sedimentation in the lower course of the river?
Question:
Explain how a coastal dune is formed?
Question:
What is the name of the river's mouth, as seen on the right side here?
On the left side, you can see an estuary!
Gameplay
How does this game work?
• Choose a pawn.
• Spin the wheel and move the number of steps indicated on the wheel.
• Follow the direction of the circles.
• If you land on a green circle, choose one of the question marks and answer the question. Incorrect? Then skip a turn. Correct, the turn goes to the other player, but you may continue after that.
• Lilac circle means waiting for a turn.
• White circle, nothing happens.
• The first player to reach one of the cups and answer correctly wins the game.

#### Slide 3 -Tekstslide

Aardappeloproer
1917

Enkele Amsterdamse vrouwen zagen dat er een schip vol aardappelen in een van de grachten lag. Ze gingen erop af en plunderden het schip: hun schorten vol aardappelen. De dag erna waren er meer plunderaars. Pas nadat zes mensen door het leger werden doodgeschoten, keerde de rust terug