This is a great form of review activity that gets students out of their seats and interacting with their peers to create a fun class review.
Each student receives a review sheet, then they must circulate around the classroom to find people who can confidently answer one of the questions.
After the first student fills their board, the circulation stops and the challenge begins. I ask each student that sighed to answer the question. You can handle students that do not know the correct answer in a variety of ways; I gave the class 2 saves for another student to jump in a save the class. Students must also write the correct answer on their board to receive credit for the review activity.
This activity also includes a strength and weakness 3-2-1 as an exit activity.
This review activity covers my civil war unit, specifically "The Gettysburg Address," "And Ain't I a Woman?," "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," Emily Dickinson, and Walt Whitman.
I highly recommend this form of review, as it gets students to work together.