Divide your class in half. One half will create an inner circle; the other half will make up the outer circle. Students in the outer circle can ask a question of the students in the inner circle. These questions can be self-selected by the students or you can make your own question(s). The students on the inside of the circle respond to their partner on the inside circle that asked the question. Students then rotate through partners and roles by moving around the circle at the direction of the teacher. This is an excellent strategy for speaking and listening standards along with collaboration.