Overview: This review activity engages students in active learning where they will read, think, talk and listen. Students travel to a station in the room to match certain personalities, details, causes and events with major characteristics of the Late Middle Ages. They then report their findings to the class. Class members listen and learn from the reports. Afterward, students complete an Exit Slip to demonstrate their understanding of this era. To accommodate large classes or struggling learners, students may work in pairs or as answer checkers. This activity gets students out of their desks and promotes reading, thinking, listening and talking about the material. It is a great way for students to practice what they’ve learned in a more active way.