These are called Daily Geography Questions “DGQs”, and I would give these to my students as their warm up for the day. The students have 2 questions that are related to geography of the world and they have to use an atlas to find the answer. With 2 questions a day, that would be 8 questions a week. I would have the students keep their questions and answers in their notebook. On Friday, I would then give a quiz over the questions, so each day they would have something to do for their warm up.
There is a total of 30 Rotations, which will last 30 weeks; I did not do these the weeks of final exams or large standardized testing.
This is great for students to answer World Geography questions on their own and then be responsible to take a quiz on them at the end of the week (I would let the students use their questions and answers they wrote from earlier in the week). This also helped to teach organizational skills, if they lost their paper, they would most likely not pass the quiz.
There is not an answer key to go along with these, however, I look for the answer when the students are working on it and it only takes a minute or less.