Sometimes, class gets quiet. Especially during review days, students usually don’t speak up on their own to ask questions. So, this semester I wrote a little Jeopardy program and used it for both of my classes.
The students at the community college I’m teaching at seemed to enjoy it; I was even asked to make more questions and come back with candy as a reward next class. So I will. I upgraded the Jeopardy program and wrote new questions dealing with different topics in Computer Science / C++, and it’s all ready to go!
This program is written with C++ and SDL2, as well as my Kuko framework. Since the class is about C++, I thought that it would be good to write the program with C++, instead of doing it as a webapp (which would have taken less time, admittedly!)
You can download the game code here: https://github.com/Rachels-Courses/CompSci-Jeopardy
It also requires the Kuko library: https://github.com/moosader/kuko
As well as SDL2 and Lua 5.2!