[ISLMA-Share] BreakOUT kits

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Tue Jan 31 12:40:47 CST 2017

I've seen our school usually breakout into 2 groups so they are competing
against each other - great idea to have more kits though for smaller
breakouts - it probably depends what they are doing.

The nice thing about having multiple kits is that you could have 2
different breakouts going on in other classes.

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On Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 10:24 AM, Email list for the Illinois School
Library Media Association <islma at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I have a question for those of you who have used the BreakOUT kits.  I
> have five kits, so should I have five different games set up? Or should the
> whole class just do the same game in small groups? Or should the whole
> class do the entire kit with different parts?
> Kathy Wickline
> Unity Junior High Librarian
> Tolono, IL
> wicklinek at unity.k12.il.us
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