Turning a review of history facts into games can encourage participation by students who may not be as strong in the subject as their classmates, Aaron Brock writes in this blog post. Games add a little fun and variety into what might otherwise be a routine Q-and-A. Brock suggests two rounds of review questions, with students being allowed to use their textbooks or notes to answer questions in the first round, but not in the second round. He also suggests games with two- or three-person teams.

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