Students can get zoned out if you progress through a linear book like history without mixing things up once and a whole. At least once per school year I have the students teach each other its a great way to be sure each person reads, annotates, and understands the material enough to teach someone else about it.
This resource is two pages.
Page 1: Instructions for preparing, reading, understanding, and teaching an interesting lesson to highlight the key terms and events of a chapter.
Page 2: A evaluation guide for the peer teachers to be reviewed by their new students.
Its fun, brief, and less intense than a full report.
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