These activities teach a necessary skill to becoming successful students as they motivate students to use their textbooks to review material taught. Students work in partners or individually to locate answers to comprehension questions given them, however, students are required to find the exact line in their books which answer the questions provided. They then must copy the sentence from the book word for word. Thus the name of the activity What's My LIne." Another example of this strategy is called Count-Me-In Activity. In this activity, the teacher orally asks a review question of the class. When a student locates the answer in the book, he/she raises a hand and reads the sentence word for word. Students love this one, they can't flip the pages fast enough. Students with correct answers will have their names dropped into a drawing to be done at the end of class enabling them to win a test point freebie or extra credit points.