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All About Hunger Trivia Game

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This trivia game on world hunger is based on information found on our website and the World Food Programme’s 2015 Hunger Map. This game is designed to be played interactively in teams. Two versions of the game are available. A junior version (for grades 7-9) and a senior version (grades 10-12).

For each version there are two formats available. One in which the questions are in a printable PDF format to be printed and posted on a wall, the other in which the questions are included in a PowerPoint presentation. The same questions are asked in both formats. An answer key is provided for the teacher as well as instructions for students to prepare for the game. This game can be used in conjunction with the All About Hunger – Student Worksheet.

Junior Questions PDF Version A
Junior Powerpoint Version B 
Junior Version Instructions

Senior Question PDF Version A
Senior Powerpoint Version B
Senior Version Instructions

Objective: To help students learn and remember some facts and figures about global hunger.

Skills: Reading comprehension, research, retaining information

Recommended time: 45-60 minutes

Recommended grade level: Grades 7-9, Ages 13-15 (junior version) or Grades 10-12, Ages 16-young adult (senior version)

Subjects: Social Studies, Science (Biology)

Keywords: Hunger Facts, Statistics, World Hunger, Junior High, High School, Trivia Game

1 review for All About Hunger Trivia Game

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is a great vehicle to introduce the bigger issues and solutions pertaining to global hunger. High school students like Jeopardy-style interactive classes, but they take a lot of time to create so this is a great resource, especially when they can also have the worksheet. All the work is done for me!

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1 review for All About Hunger Trivia Game

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is a great vehicle to introduce the bigger issues and solutions pertaining to global hunger. High school students like Jeopardy-style interactive classes, but they take a lot of time to create so this is a great resource, especially when they can also have the worksheet. All the work is done for me!

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