The 5th graders have become architects, designing buildings for teachers throughout our school. With every student designing a different type of architecture, every student also has been learning different vocabulary words, such as: turrets, shutters, cupolas, shingles, Colonial-style, and domes. Every week in the beginning of class, students have been teaching each other the words that they are now “masters” of. This culminated on Friday with a Jeopardy game, reviewing 20 architectural vocab words. The winning team from each class will be treated to a luncheon party next Friday!
The final Jeopardy question was: First invented by the ancient Greeks, this is the word for an outdoor theater.
Do You know the answer?!