: Cut out each card (on a Word Document) and laminate for durability. Hand out a card to each student. Students pick a partner. Partner A asks partner B the question on the card. (Potential answers are below the dotted line on each card). Then partner B asks partner A their question. Once they’ve quizzed each other they trade cards, raise their hands, and find a new partner. For a more challenging activity, you can have students write their own quiz questions.
For a short video example of how Quiz-Quiz-Trade works, watch https://youtu.be/kxx3fdFldTg. This is a great Kagan Structure that develops cooperation, coaching, and assists students in learning Kelso’s Choices.
My sample has a few of these cards. There will be 30 cards total plus 6 blank ones. You will see some cards with the same question/statement (like, “Name 2 Kelso’s Choices”) twice. So, 2 students can have the same card.