A Four Corners debate requires students to show their position on a specific statement (strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree) by standing in a particular corner of the room. Use this as a warm-up activity by asking students to respond to a statement about a topic they will be studying.
Moreover, how do you play 4 Corners card game?
Deal seven cards to each player. Place the remaining cards in the middle of the table as a stockpile. Then turn the four top cards over, placing one on each of the four sides of the deck — to the north, south, east, and west. These will be the foundation piles.
What are the rules of four square?
Failing to hit the ball into another square. Allowing the ball to bounce more than once in their own square. Hitting the ball out of bounds or onto an inside line. Hitting the ball incorrectly such as holding, catching or carrying.
How do you play the 3 Kings?
And here's how you'll set up the ritual/game space:
- Start setup at around 11 PM.
- Place the two large mirrors on the queen and fool chairs left and right of you, facing you (and each other).
- Place the bucket of water and the mug in front of you, just barely out of reach.
- Place the fan behind you, turn it on.