## Whiteboard component game

A simple whiteboard game for learning / revising electric circuit component symbols. The powerpoint first goes through the circuit symbols with pictures of each component. Then students must draw each circuit symbol (in the 'show me' part of the game) or write down the name of the component (in the 'tell me' part). Short and sweet!

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