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Program Possibilities:  The Newly Roommate Game

Submitted by Juliet Han, Resident Assistant, University of Maryland, College Park

Use this program to encourage residents to get to know their roommates better and see who knows their roommate best! Directions, questions, and score card follow.

The ROOMMATE Game

Directions: Roommates sit facing opposite each other.  Split total group into two rounds.  Pick one row of roommates to be the person answering the question (1), and the other side is the person that the question is about (2).  Both sides have paper.  Question is asked.  Row (1) writes the answer about the roommate.  Row (2) writes the answer about him/herself.  Both flash answers simultaneously.  If answers match up, team gets points based on difficulty level of question – keep tally of points.  After 17 questions, rows switch (5 easy, 7 medium, 5 hard).  Ask odd questions for first roommate and even questions for second roommate.  Each pair of roommates should answer: total 10 easy, total 14 medium, total 10 hard.  After this round is complete, second group of roommates does the same thing with different questions.

Roommate game questions:

EASY (1 point)

Round 1

1.

How many siblings does your roommate have?

2.

What is your roommate’s favorite color?

3.

What time is your roommate’s earliest class?

4.

Of the roommates, who has more dining points?

5.

Who is the funnier roommate?

6.

Which roommate studies more?

7.

Which roommate goes to the gym more?

8.

Which does your roommate prefer:Rap musicCountry music      

9.

Which does your roommate prefer:MorningsNights          

10.

Which does your roommate prefer:MathEnglish

Round 2

11.

How many credits is your roommate taking?

12.

What is your roommate’s major?

13.

When is your roommate’s birthday?

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