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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:07 pm   Reply with quote         


Try to create a board game on How a Bill Becomes a Law

Important: We need to create just the "board" of the game by creating a special graphics within the "government" .. inserting the following information:

1. Use Internet or any resource that helps you to find information about "how a Bill becomes a Law.

2. Create your own game board that helps you and others learn how a bill becomes a law.

4. Brainstorm a word bank of terms that can be used as game cards as a bill moves from start to finish. Terms should include but are not limited to (we don'tneed to creat the cards.. just the board):

Speaker of the House, President of the Senate, Senate Pro Tempore, Standing Committee, Select committee, Conference Committee, Dilibuster, Veto, Pocket veto, Cloture, Rider, Mark-up.


Good luck Smile

6. Size: 20 x 20 (inches) Smile




Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:35 pm   Reply with quote         


Flavin wrote:
Try to create a board game on How a Bill Becomes a Law

Important: We need to create just the "board" of the game by creating a special graphics within the "government" .. inserting the following information:

1. Use Internet or any resource that helps you to find information about "how a Bill becomes a Law.

2. Create your own game board that helps you and others learn how a bill becomes a law.

4. Brainstorm a word bank of terms that can be used as game cards as a bill moves from start to finish. Terms should include but are not limited to (we don'tneed to creat the cards.. just the board):

Speaker of the House, President of the Senate, Senate Pro Tempore, Standing Committee, Select committee, Conference Committee, Dilibuster, Veto, Pocket veto, Cloture, Rider, Mark-up.


Good luck Smile

6. Size: 20 x 20 (inches) Smile


Pretty sure this looks a lot like homework...just sayin'




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:53 pm   Reply with quote         


. . . and we should do this, why? Rolling Eyes




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:56 pm   Reply with quote         


It is something asked me from some teacher but I'm Italian and I have some difficults to create it in english.. that's all...
You don't have to do it .. it is just for who wants to ..




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:06 pm   Reply with quote         


Laughing

So you're not spam! You're just trying to get us to do your homework! Laughing

Damn, kids these days are clever, I never would have thought to get someone else to do my homework when I was at school nevermind some random person online Laughing

Clever kid!




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:10 pm   Reply with quote         


Speaking as someone with some experience in game design, what you are wanting is usually done by a team of people over some months which in addition to devising rules and contingencies to make a playable and enjoyable product also involves graphic elements (either a board and pieces or cards or some other "hands on" way of interfacing with the game system) design. It also involves some serious bouts of play testing to make sure that rules which sound good in theory actually work in reality. In this case, you are also looking at a great deal of research into actual ways bills become law which is a process so arcane most people outside of government can't fathom it. I don't think your expectations for "someone" to knock this out for you in their spare time is very realistic.




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:22 pm   Reply with quote         


No.. I'm just asking for "design the board" of the game.. with photoshop or any other program.




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:24 pm   Reply with quote         


Flavin wrote:
No.. I'm just asking for "design the board" of the game.. with photoshop or any other program.


Is that all? Laughing

... so... lets talk business.... how much will this put in my bank account? Is it worth me staying up all night to design???? Hmmm




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:26 pm   Reply with quote         


YerPalAl wrote:
Speaking as someone with some experience in game design, what you are wanting is usually done by a team of people over some months which in addition to devising rules and contingencies to make a playable and enjoyable product also involves graphic elements (either a board and pieces or cards or some other "hands on" way of interfacing with the game system) design. It also involves some serious bouts of play testing to make sure that rules which sound good in theory actually work in reality. In this case, you are also looking at a great deal of research into actual ways bills become law which is a process so arcane most people outside of government can't fathom it. I don't think your expectations for "someone" to knock this out for you in their spare time is very realistic.


moosedude, the guy no habla ingles! contingencies... serious bouts... arcane...fathom Razz

well... no habla good, anyway... by his own admission, not mine... ah... nevermind....

and yes, it's well.

NURSE!!!




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:36 pm   Reply with quote         


YerPalAl wrote:
Speaking as someone with some experience in game design, what you are wanting is usually done by a team of people over some months which in addition to devising rules and contingencies to make a playable and enjoyable product also involves graphic elements (either a board and pieces or cards or some other "hands on" way of interfacing with the game system) design. It also involves some serious bouts of play testing to make sure that rules which sound good in theory actually work in reality. In this case, you are also looking at a great deal of research into actual ways bills become law which is a process so arcane most people outside of government can't fathom it. I don't think your expectations for "someone" to knock this out for you in their spare time is very realistic.


lol teachers don't really expect a polished made-in-china product. Usually something drawn on a large piece of paper with some borrowed pieces from other random board games and a very simplistic goal. Usually people borrow another game entirely, like candyland or Monopoly and just substitute related matter into the game.




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YerPalAl

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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:52 pm   Reply with quote         


. . . sorry, there I go, being a pro again. Embarassed

Go ahead and take it Mason. Laughing




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:26 pm   Reply with quote         


Hey YerPalAl .. do you think you're funny? I just though this was a forum like some others one.. where there are a lot of guys who likes to desing and do everything to design something new..

Don't be stupid writing down some stupid words in spanish.. I know spanish.. and you look just ..mmhh.. dumb?

Thanks




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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:36 pm   Reply with quote         


Here ya go..

Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:41 pm   Reply with quote         


Hey SCWIDVICIOUS... thank you very much for doing that.. I'm really glad.. I really appreciated..


How do you play with that board?




YerPalAl

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Post Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:13 pm   Reply with quote         


Flavin wrote:
Hey YerPalAl .. do you think you're funny? I just though this was a forum like some others one.. where there are a lot of guys who likes to desing and do everything to design something new..

Don't be stupid writing down some stupid words in spanish.. I know spanish.. and you look just ..mmhh.. dumb?

Thanks


Um, yeah, you come here trying to get someone to do your homework for you and I'M the stupid one? Rolling Eyes




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