This is a PowerPoint game that will teach Medical History through the ages. In the game, students will be asked to pick answers based on how medicine was performed years in the past. They will collect points throughout the game and total the points to see how well they would have practiced medicine years ago.
My students love this game and can be used either as a hook at the beginning of a unit of the History of Healthcare or even as a way to end the unit to see what they have learned.
Click on the video preview to see a sneak peak. I flipped through the slides to give you an idea of what it looks like.
Comes with tips and instruction sheet as well as a optional worksheet for students to fill out as they go through the game.
See video below for a quick preview of the PowerPoint.
**Updated to include a digital option for distance learning!
Download now includes:
- "Think Like an Ancient Physician" PowerPoint with questions and results.
- "Think Like an Ancient Physician: QUESTIONS" Google Slides link
- "Think Like an Ancient Physician: ANSWERS" Google Slides link
- Printable Student Answer Sheet
- Fillable Student Answer Sheet
- Video Instruction Guide
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Fun way for students to learn facts from medical history!
Wow! This was such a fantastic find on a Sunday night trying to put together a lesson plan on Medical History. I used the Distance Learning Option and my students really enjoyed this activity. 100% participation because the examples were so interesting. Thank you!