#1: I typically make a few of these at the beginning of a unit. This happens to be the Renaissance unit in World History. I use a manila folder and clear packing tape. Very fancy I cut strips of note cards up and glue them to the clothespins.
Here is the secret…
A student can easily tell which ones he or she got right or wrong.
#2: Sheet protectors and more secret codes. I use a sheet protector to protect the printed sheet of paper and then laminate the smaller pieces of paper that match up to the (in this case) 12 turning points in World History. A student has to chronologically place the 12 turning points in order. Then, instead of me checking the work, I hand the student the key and the student can turn over each of the pieces to reveal a symbol. You can easily see which ones you got right and wrong!
|This student can easily see that #2 is wrong.|
#3: This one is more difficult to make, but kids love it. It certainly makes multiple choice more fun Create a one page multiple choice quiz… be sure to leave a at least a double space between answers. Use a different colored sheet and place it on top of the quiz. Mark a box around the right answer. This is where you are going to cut! Put the quiz paper in a good ol page protector.