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I Have...Who Has? Activity
"I Have...Who Has?" is an old game that is easily adapted to check comprehension of various concepts. This adaptation of the game checks concepts related to functions and x- and y-intercepts.
The following description will include:
• Instructions for use by faculty
• Page that may be used for an overhead or other projection form to show students how to play the game.
• Twenty-five questions, over several pages, ready to duplicate and distribute to students
• Cross-reference page for instructors
To Play "I Have Who Has?"
1. Print the following I Have Who Has Example Overhead to show students how to play the game.
2. Give each student one card from the Twenty-five Question Set. All twenty-five cards must be used in order for the activity to be successful since all cards depend on each other.
3. The instructor begins the round by asking first question (provided on example overhead).
4. The student with the correct answer says: "I have (fill in answer)" and then asks the next question by saying "Who has (fill in answer to next question)?"
5. The student response and question continues from student to student until all of the cards have been used.