For our homework project this term, I would like the children to take on the role as host of the famous quiz show 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' but, you would expect nothing less, I would like it to have a twist. Welcome to ...
Who Wants to be a Viking - naire...?
Who Wants to be a Vikinaire...?
Doesn't really work does it?!?
Using their knowledge organisers, the things that we are learning in school over the term, Horrible Histories and any other research that they want to do, I would like them to build, over the course of the term, 10 questions, getting progressively harder, that they can use to challenge their classmates to win £1 million pounds!
They will need to carefully think about the 4 answer options that they provide. One will need to be the right one and one an obviously wrong option but the other two should be provided to really challenge the quizzer, to get them thinking and, maybe, to catch them out.
Sadly, I have approached Mrs Schofield and the Parents Association and neither are willing to provide the £1 million funds needed to cover the prize... Spoil Sports!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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