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Curipod generated lesson: "100-leken ". #1-4

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1. Open question
240 seconds
2. Slide
60 seconds
100-Leken (or Heita) is a traditional game of chance in which players compete against each other to be the first to finish a list of 100 tasks. Players are given a list of tasks to complete in order and must complete each task before moving on to the next one. The tasks can include physical activities, such as running or jumping, as well as mental tasks, such as counting or reciting a poem. The game is believed to have originated in China and is popular in many parts of East Asia. It is played by children and adults alike and is a great way to encourage teamwork and problem-solving skills. The game is based on luck and strategy, as players must choose which tasks to focus on in order to finish the game as quickly as possible. Additionally, players must work together to finish tasks that are too difficult for one person to complete alone.
3. Open question
300 seconds
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4. Slide
60 seconds
The game of 100-leken dates back to the 16th century, and is thought to have originated in Germany. In the original version of the game, the object was to be the first player to reach 101 points. The game was sometimes called 'Hundert Lügen' (Hundred Lies) in Germany, due to the tendency of players to fabricate stories to win points.
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5. Open question
180 seconds
Skriv inn et spørsmål fra pensum i biologi. Spørsmålet skal ha et klar svar.
6. Personalised Feedback
360 seconds
What are some different ways you can arrange 100 blocks to create different patterns or structures in the game 100-leken?
7. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in pairs: What is the best way to practice counting to 100 using the 100-leken game?
8. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw a pizza with wheels racing against an ice cream cone with wings
9. Poll
60 seconds
What is the name of the Albanian currency that was used before the lek?
  • Pound
  • Franga
  • Dollar
  • Euro
10. Poll
60 seconds
Which year did Albania switch from using Franga to Lek?
  • 1978
  • 1992
  • 2005
  • 1926
11. Poll
60 seconds
What is the value of one hundred Lekë in Albanian coins?
  • $0.10
  • 100 lekë are represented by a single coin
  • $1.00
  • $10.00
12. Poll
60 seconds
What is printed on the back of an Albanian 100-lekë coin?
  • Skanderbeg Castle
  • Mother Teresa
  • Eagle
  • The National Bank of Albania Building
13. Poll
60 seconds
Which one of these colors does not appear on an Albanian 100-lekë banknote?
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Red
  • Blue

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