"I Have, Who Has?" is a fun tool to use to review content. This can be used in any subject to help reinforce definitions or any important concepts of content in your lessons. I use this during literacy centers to reinforce vocabulary words and definitions and/or to reinforce main ideas of the content we read (as seen in the example). This tool can be used at any level of functioning, whether it's sight words, colors, math problems, vocabulary words and definitions, important dates in history...etc.
Lower functioning students- I teach a classroom with low functioning, nonverbal students and my students LOVE "I have, who has"! I pre-record the repeated phrase of "I have." and "Who Has" on a multiple outlet switch. The students then activate the AT switch when it is their turn to read their card aloud and the teacher fills the reading when needed.
Higher functioning students- Print vocabulary words/definitions on the template and students can practice their vocabulary before a test.
Just a couple of ideas! Hope you enjoy!