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Department of Chemical Engineering ChE 170 University of California, Santa Barbara Fall 2010 Handout 6 Cell-ebrity study guide Preparation Cut out the attached clues into separate strips and place into a bowl. Shuffle around. You will also need a stopwatch, a watch with a second hand, or a cell phone with a minute countdown timer. How to play Assemble two teams of at least two people per team. Team A goes first and selects one person to be the reader while team B monitors the time. The reader has 1 minute to get his team to guess as many clues as possible, randomly drawn from the bowl. Then, team B selects a reader and has 1 minute to guess as many clues as possible while team A monitors the time. The process repeats, with readers rotating in each team, until there are no clues left. Then, the team with the most number of guessed clues wins. The following rules must be strictly upheld by the reader, and breaking one will cause the reader to forfeit that round for his team: Correctly guessed clues are removed from the bowl. The reader cannot say anything on the clue, or any grammatical permutation thereof. Clues that directly convey the spelling of a word, like “Starts with letter C” or “Rhymes with co- team,” are illegal. However, indirect clues like “Starts with the same letter as my first name” are legal. The reader can never pass on a clue, but must remain on the current one until his/her team
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