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posted by rfvv .
Let's play the word game with slides. This is Team 1 and this is Team two.
You should pick an item and I will click on the picture. Then you have to solve the problem.
According to the score with the problem, you will get the point. I will give you a small sheet of score paper. You have to write down your name and number on the back of the paper. (Students do the activity.) Good job.
(Would you check the pasage and correct errors? Thank you.)

Let's play the word game with slides. This is Team 1 and this is Team two.
You should pick an item and I will click on the picture. Then you have to solve the problem.
The team that solves the problem will get the point. I will give you a small sheet of score paper. You have to write down your name and number on the back of the paper. (Students do the activity.) Good job.
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