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Other tic tac toe variations

Materials:
· Make cards or slips of paper numbering from 1-9. On each one write a question about AIDS.

Directions:
Variation 1:

For English Camps or in the classroom (Grid 1)

On a card write a simple true/false statement about AIDS in English.

A team member must read the English sentence.

The other team members must decide if the statement is right or wrong.

The team gets a point is they answer correctly.

Variation 2:

To play longer, make more cards, numbering 10-18.

Questions or statements can be harder, based on the information learned in the first set.

Variation 3: (Grid 2)

Vary original version in AIDS Manual by substituting words associated with social issues, e.g. women, marriage, support, love, person with AIDS, etc.

(Grid 1)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

(Grid 2)

Family

Support

Women

Baby

Marriage

Love

Friend

Person with AIDS

Teenagers