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Four Corner Questions


Found In: routines & procedures, review & test prep

During our extended block schedule period, my students get a little restless and need a quick activity. Rather than give them a written quiz I pose a multiple choice question to them about the current topic of study. I assign each corner of the room a possible answer and letter, and then ask students to choose the correct answer by walking individually to the appropriate corner of the room. To avoid the problem of everyone following the smart kids to the correct corner, I let them know that I’ve struck a deal with the “brains” for them to purposely pick the incorrect corner sometimes to throw the others off.

The kids love it because the activity involves everyone, serves as a quick and easy way to check for understanding, and after doing this a couple of times, they’re ready to return to their seats for more learning!

 

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