This cooperative-learning technique has students review information with other students by asking and answering questions.
Working with peers in a nonthreatening manner builds confidence, encourages greater participation, and results in more thoughtful discussions. Create Questions Provide each student with a flash cards about the current unit of study.
Depending on your students, you may want to establish the following rules: When you feel like you have played long enough (five to 10 minutes is usually about right), collect the cards and go over them together.
Another variation of this game is to give each student an index card and have them each write a question before you begin the game.
Each person in both circles should line up and stand face to face with the person across from them.
This person is their partner for the first round of Quiz Quiz Trade.
Try the Kagan cooperative learning game Quiz, Quiz, Trade.