I Have, Who Has? Review Activity
Brief description: Engage students with this fast-paced interactive review activity where students listen, think, and respond to their peers.
Make a list of the key vocabulary terms, specific content, people, and/or events that you would like to use for the activity. Next to each one write the definition or explanation you want the students to practice using. This first step will help you when you go to create the actual cards.
Using key vocabulary terms, specific content, people, and events create cards with an answer on the top beginning with the term, The first card will state, “ I have the first card…” and then the first question will be stated beginning with the phrase, “ Who has…?”. The answer to the last question will be on this card. The second card will begin with the answer to the question from the first card beginning with the phrase, “I have…” then beneath that response write the question for the next answer beginning with the phrase, “ Who has…?”. The next card will have the answer to the previous question. Repeat this process until all questions and answers are accounted for.
See attached example for 7th grade Civics
Process: Give each student 2-3 cards depending on the class size. Give students time to think about the terms on their cards before beginning. Make sure they don’t have cards that are in order. This way they need to be paying attention during the whole activity. The student who has the first card starts. Continue until all the cards have finished. This is designed, so you can do it multiple times and students can have different cards each time.
Work with partners
Have students create hints for the questions on their cards
Provide hints on the back of each card