- Students will create a Minecraft world with review points from content learned in the classroom.
- Students will use signs and command blocks to create their Minecraft world
- Students will sketch out and plan what will happen to players based on the answers that they choose for the review.
- Students will collaborate and work in pairs in order to complete their world and review game.

- Create a practice world with review questions as a model for students to follow.
- Set expectations for the number of questions to be asked. Students and teacher should work together to build a rubric for the Minecraft review game world.
- Ensure that students understand that each question is branching. The answer game players choose will determine where they go and what happens to their character in the game.
- How will students ask the questions?
- Model command blocks to help students get started on what happens for correct answers and what happens for incorrect answers.

- Students will work in pairs or groups of three to plan out what questions will be asked for their review.
- Students will sketch and plan what their world will look like for their review game.
- Students will decide what will happen to players when they answer questions correctly or incorrectly in their world.
- Students will work together to write command blocks in order to let players know if they got the questions correct.
- Students will collaborate to build their world with signs and command blocks that guide players to answer review questions.

- Students must know and internalize the content their review game is about.
- Students must use command blocks to guide players to answer review questions.
- Students must work and collaborate together to complete their world and review game.
- Students must create the minimum number of questions according to the class-created rubric.
- Students must participate and enter another student's world in order to complete a review game.