Item Number: JNR-TRIVIA
INTEGRATE GOOGLE FORMS INTO CURRICULUM: Blend this technology project into any subject area as a discovery tool, review activity, or to share personal interests or expertise. Students devise a plan, generate thought provoking questions, make an answer key with feedback, and then invite peers to play the trivia game. Finally, they analyze scores and reflect upon their learning.
8 EASY ACTIVITIES TO MAKE A TRIVIA GAME: You will receive a Teacher Guide with lesson plans, teaching strategies, ideas, and assessment tools and a Student Workbook with illustrated, step-by-step instructions. Also included are optional Extension Activities for extra challenges and sample quizzes about a diverse variety of topics: countries, a biography, an author, and brainteasers.
SHAKE UP YOUR COMPUTER CURRICULUM WITH A ONE-OF-A-KIND PROJECT: A unique trivia quiz adds excitement and variety to a technology program. Break up those necessary keyboarding classes with a fun and stimulating activity. Students build all-new skills in learning the Google Forms app as they develop vital learning objectives such as planning and organizing, researching to fact-check, considering suitable point value, providing helpful feedback, and analyzing results.
STUDENTS AS CONTENT PRODUCERS: Unleash young learners’ creative potential. Tech-savvy students, generally consumers of technology, are actively engaged when they construct their own interactive projects. Composing a trivia quiz to share with their friends is a powerful hook.
PROMOTE COLLABORATION: Not only do students test, share, comment, and study their respondents’ results, but they consider the viewpoint of their audience in developing quiz questions. By working together, students improve their written and oral communication skills, build self-esteem, cultivate positive relationships, learn about constructive criticism, and develop responsibility and accountability.
Technology Integration: Geography, History, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies
Technology Skill: Data Management
Program: Forms, Sheets
View Sample Quiz
Assignment 1: Play the Brain Game
Examine the Wacky Animal Quiz to pinpoint the features that make a trivia quiz fun to take.
Assignment 2: Create a Quiz About Your Country
Explore quiz making tools to learn how to test knowledge and score answers.
Assignment 3: Plan Your Trivia Quiz
Select a topic. Generate intriguing questions that range from simple to complex.
Assignment 4: Design a Trivia Quiz
Invent an engaging game that challenges people. Set the answer key to calculate points.
Assignment 5: Complete the Trivia Quiz Checklist
Detect areas for improvement. Revise the design, questions, answer options, or answer key.
Assignment 6: Host a Trivia Time Event
Invite people to play. Choose an option such as Game Show Host, Invitation Only, or Get Social.
Assignment 7: Be A Know It All
Answer peers’ trivia quizzes. Reflect upon features that make them appealing.
Assignment 8: Study Trivia Quiz Responses
Analyze scores and responses to recommend revisions that would improve the quiz.
Optional Fun Google Forms Quiz Activities
- Make the Quiz a Battle of the Brains: Sort spreadsheet data. Declare a champion.
- Collaborate to Build a Trivia Game: Each member builds questions for a category.
- Create a Pick Your Own Ending Story: Use a quiz to make a story with optional endings.
- Ask a Question About a Video Clip: Test people's observation or listening skills with a video.
- Ask a Short Answer Question: Manually grade responses. Release the scores.
Use TechnoTrivia with unlimited users at your site. A site is a physical location such as classroom, school, learning center, daycare, library, or home. If you teach at multiple sites, you will need to purchase one set for each location. Individual projects are downloadable. Order 5 or more projects or a set and receive a USB drive. Transfer the files to all devices at your site. View the PDF teacher guides and workbooks digitally or print as many as you need. Files CANNOT be posted in public domain.