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Escape roomWitchcraft

Wizard's Handbook

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Create a fun and very original escape game based on witchcraft. To do this you must create your own sorcery manual of questions and answers. Here’s how:In LESSON 1, test your students’ knowledge. How? Just substitute the question texts and the possible answers with the ones you want. Don’t forget to put the correct answer in the right box!In LESSON 2 you can work on spelling. Write the word you want to test and omit a letter for them to guess. Then substitute the letters in the potions with whichever ones you want. You can choose the level of difficulty!

In LESSON 3 your students will face a question with 4 possible answers but this time you can help them with a hidden clue. Edit the texts and replace the image by accessing the resources provided.To complete your sorcery manual, edit LESSON 4 in which your students must choose between 2 possible answers, n this case images. Edit the text and replace the images with ones you find in the Genially resources (images from Pixabay, giphy, scenes, illustrations, etc.) or your own.It’s super easy!

Lesson 01

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Venture through the haunted forest.

In plane geometry, which of the following statements correctly expresses the definition of parallel lines?

question 1/4

Two lines intersect at a point, then they are parallel.

Two lines that make equal angles at any point are parallel.

Two lines make an angle of 180 degrees at any point, then they are parallel.

In geometry, which of the following statements correctly expresses the definition of the intersection of two straight lines?

question 2/4

Two lines cross when they have a common point.

Two lines cross when the angle between them at any point is 90 degrees.

Two lines cross when they intersect at a point.

Which of the following situations best illustrates the practical application of parallel lines in everyday life?

QUESTION 3/4

Two people are standing on the same horizontal line and their lines of sight go in the same direction.

Two automobiles start from the same place at the same time and their directions of travel remain always the same.

One automobile is traveling from city A to city B. Another automobile is traveling from city B to city A. They meet halfway.

In real life, which of the following situations best illustrates the practical application of the intersection of two straight lines?

question 4/4

A car traveling along a straight road with no turns from its starting point to its ending point.

Two roads intersect at an intersection where vehicles can travel along different roads.

Two railroad tracks extend parallel to each other without any intersections.

Well done!

Lesson learned!

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Lesson 02

Potions. The perfect combination to make the best potion.

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Lesson 02

Potions. The perfect combination to make the best potion.

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question 1/4

Drag the circle and find the answer

a closed figure with three sides.

a closed figure with three angles.

a closed figure with three vertices.

Which of the following three geometric figures meets the definition of a triangle?

Que letra falta?

question 2/4

Drag the circle and find the letter.

Triangle XYZ, where XY=YZ, but XY≠XZ.

Triangle ABC, where AB = BC = AC.

Triangle PQR, where PR = QR, but PR ≠ PQ.

Consider the following three triangles, which one is equilateral?

Que letra falta?

question 3/4

Drag the circle and find the letter.

a closed figure with four sides.

a closed figure with four angles.

a closed figure with four vertices.

Which of the following three geometric figures meets the definition of a quadrilateral?

Que letra falta?

question 4/4

Drag the circle and find the letter.

neither square nor rectangle

rectangle

square

Let the figure show a quadrilateral ABCD, where AB = BC = CD = DA. on this basis, if angle A is equal to 90 degrees, is the quadrilateral a square or a rectangle?

Well done!

Lesson learned!

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It's poison!

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Lesson 03

Fortune telling. What is the correct future dictated by the cards.

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question 1/4

a closed figure with equal side lengths.

a closed figure with equal side lengths and equal angles.

Which of the following three geometric figures meets the definition of a similar figure?

Clue

a closed figure with equal angles.

a closed figure with equal perimeters.

question 2/4

two angles and corresponding sides are equal.

Two angles are equal, but the corresponding sides are not necessarily equal in length.

Which of the following four geometric figures has the property of being similar?

Clue

Two angles are unequal, but the corresponding sides are equal in length.

The two angles and corresponding sides are not equal.

question 3/4

a plane figure with all points equidistant from its center.

a plane figure in which all sides are equal in length.

Which of the following four statements most correctly expresses the definition of a circle?

Clue

a plane figure in which all angles are right angles.

a plane figure in which all sides have equal angles.

question 4/4

256π square centimeters

32π square centimeters

A circle has a radius of 8 centimeters, find the area of the circle.

Clue

128π square centimeters

64π square centimeters

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Lesson learned!

Manual completed

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Now you canpractice sorcery!

Are you sure youwant to go out?

Your progress will be lost and you will not learn to do sorcery.

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Become an expert in witchcraft!

To do this you must complete the sorcery manual by overcoming each of the 4 lessons you will find:· Bewitched forest· Potions· Fortune telling· EnchantmentsPut your magical skills to the test and try not to fail or you will have to repeat the test.