This is a great activity to use prior to the unit 2 test. It is based upon the idea of a strategic interaction in that each partner has information that the other partner needs. In some cases, the students must try to achieve their own agenda without knowing what the other partner must achieve. Other activities are more like a verbal quiz from one partner to the other. In all NINE cases, the partners work together and practice the material. I set this up in my classroom with two rows of desks facing each other. I put the slips of paper on the desks and after about 3 minutes, I asked the students to get up and move to the next desk. (One side of the desks rotated one way and the students on the other side rotated the other way. That way they remained on their side and could go through all 9 scenarios without repeating.) Students truly seemed to enjoy it! If you have more than 18 students, form a second grouping of desks. Switch out the prompts as your numbers require.