Hoy os traigo un tradicional juego con el que todos hemos pasado buenos (y en ocasiones conflictivos) momentos. Un monopoli para trabajar las ecuaciones de primer grado en 1ºESO.
Os he subido una presentación de power point con el material imprimible: tablero, cartas de suerte y comunidad, y “propiedades”(cartas con las ecuaciones a resolver).
(siento no traducir lo siguiente, si tenéis alguna duda dejadme un comentario)
- A different counter each
- 2 dice
- A game board
- Chance and Community Chest cards
- Property cards
- One person to be banker and in charge of the property cards.
- Property cards to be placed so the question is facing up.
- Community chest and Chance cards to be shuffled and placed face down on the correct space on the board
Las reglas del juego son las siguientes:
- The aim is to have the most points at the end of the game.
- Each player starts with 10 points
- Roll one die to see who starts (highest number)
- Each player takes it in turns to roll two dice and move that many spaces, if they roll a double they get another go.
- If a player lands on a property that isn’t owned, they answer the question to buy it. Once they have an answer the banker (or another player if they are the banker) checks their answer against the back of the card. If correct they now own the property.
- If a player lands on a property that is owned they need to pay rent to the player who owns it out of their points.
- Stations, Electric Company and Water works are free squares.
- If a player lands on Free Parking and has enough points they can pay 10 points to go anywhere on the board, if they pass Go they collect 5 points (they can only pass Go once).
- If a player lands on Chance or Community Chest they must take a card and follow the instructions.
- If a player lands on Go to Jail or they roll 3 doubles in a row they go to jail and have to roll a double, pay 10 points or use a Get out of Jail free card to escape on their next go. Whilst in Jail a player can not collect rent.
- If a player is out of points their score becomes negative.
Extra: Si queremos utilizar dinero podemos imprimir billetes aquí. No sé aún cuál es la cantidad de billetes que van a necesitar durante el juego.
Fuente: Visto aquí