My students love 4 Corners games in the classroom! Getting them up and moving around has been an engaging part of any practice or review. This can be used whole class, small group, individually, and for tutoring.
Display the PowerPoint file on your Smartboard, wait until all students have a solution given about 2 minutes for each problem, and ask them to stand by the letter of the multiple choice answer selected.
We play 4 Corners games frequently, so I hung wooden alphabet letters, which I painted to compliment my classroom walls. Simply writing the alphabet letters on paper and hanging in designated spots of your classroom works just as well.
Students can solve problems on scrap paper, individual whiteboards, or printed copies of the PowerPoint slides. Using that 2 minute wait time per problem, gave a bit more accountability as well; students had to work through the problems rather than going and standing by an alphabet letter with a friend or early finisher.
Each question slide is followed by an answer slide. Having the explanation poster on each slide helped give students visual cues for strategy selection and provided thoughtful conversation starters as we explored why answer choices were made.