Create a deck of game cards (consisting of 12 cards, or as many as you'd like). On each card, write a list of concepts (make sure that it's the same amount of concepts on each card).
Card example (math concepts, but it could be any subject):
- Linear function
When the time is up, the group counts the number of correctly guessed concepts, and it's then the next team's turn to explain and guess.
The teams take turns explaining and guessing until all the cards in the deck have been drawn, and the winning team will be decided.
It is recommended that the students form new groups and play the game again immediately after the first play-through, as their explanations get better, shorter and more precise.