OK, so my classes have been working quite hard (I hope) on their research papers for several weeks. Today is the due date, and is also the last day before April vacation. Obviously I don’t want to start anything new right before a week off, and I wouldn’t mind having a bit of a fun class as a wind-down from their paper stress.
In the past I’ve done a “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” type game, using stuff from class, e.g. one may only speak in prepositional phrases, the alphabet game using a scene from the literature they’ve read, etc. I wouldn’t mind doing that again, but I’m dry on topics. Or, I could use a whole new “fun” lesson, for situations like these.
Any ideas for new “Whose Line?” topics for an American Lit class, or other things the kids would enjoy?
Thanks in advance.