Have learners play review hangman with questions they write for each other

After a presentation or a module, give learners five minutes to write five questions about what was just covered. Then ask them to find a partner.

Tell partners to play hangman with their questions. Have them alternate asking each other questions. Each time one of the partners answers a question incorrectly, the other partner draws a body part (head, body, arms, and legs). The partner with fewer parts drawn when all questions have been asked wins.

As a variation, you can provide the questions for the game instead of having learners write the questions. Suggested by Mary Jean Blaha of M&I Data Services.