Who wants to be a Millionaire
This is the best teaching game ever invented! If you haven't watched it in Britain, you must, as the audience ratings are phenomenal. Everyone watches it and kids love it, so the knock on effect for motivation is good! You may be familiar with the format, but here's a recap of the rules anyway: • Technically, 'millionaire' is played individually, but you can have teams competing against each other. One team has a go, then the other. The team that reaches one million first would win.
• Each question is presented with four possible multiple-choice answers. The Teams must choose the correct answer to proceed to the next level.
• Questions should get more and more difficult, ranging from the hundred pound question to the million pound question.
• Depending on the length of your teaching slots, you should choose the number of questions you want to cover and adjust your prize money accordingly. If you have shorter slots, go up in larger amounts each time.
• Contestants have three lifelines:
1. They can phone a friend – and ask them the answer in 30 seconds
2. They can opt for 50:50 – and have two wrong answers taken away
3. They can ask the audience – i.e. their friends
Price: from £40 +VAT
Minimum Numbers: 30