The Harry potter quiz is a creation of mine made to use the quiz as a device to.
- Revise topics before exam/test and
- Introduce a new subject by revising requisite material.
Initially, it centers on the basic skills. Later, the queries may become harder or delve deeper into the problem solving area.Due to the way it is Organised, it will become a fun way to revise or introduce a new subject. More to the point, every student can stay totally involved right up to the end of the quiz in an attempt to become the last winner. Teacher sits at/on front desk. All students stand around the walls of this room before the instructor forming a harry potter quiz. You may have to check the positioning of pupils to ensure a disciplined environment. Explain the principles below. All students have to be silent with no discussion on queries.
A question is asked. If the solution is wrong, the student sits down. The next student is requested. If he/she is right, another student is asked a new question. If the solution is wrong, the student sits down. If three pupils get it wrong, the pupils sitting down get an opportunity to answer. When correct, they stand up in the area left by the wrong students. If nobody can answer the question, the instructor explains the answer. Then the trivia begins. The students are cautioned that questions might be re-asked either in precisely the exact same form or another form especially those which haven’t been answered. Students sitting down should not speak either. If they do, they won’t be asked questions to come back to the quiz. The winner is the last remaining student who has replied his/her question.This is how you keep all the Course from the quiz right to the ‘bitter end’.
If the last question contributes to the previous one, a few people failing to answer it, i.e., no one is left standing, everyone sitting down has the chance to win the quiz by answering the last question first. This is where the instructor can ‘manufacture’ a desired outcome. By that I mean that the instructor can pick who they need to acquire to increase that student’s confidence. There are often enough hints given by the past students to practically guarantee your choice ‘wins’.Below is some advice on how to proceed to make this a valuable learning experience. Don’t repeat questions if you don’t make an error. This will help develop listening and concentration skills in your students. The second and third students may find the answer due to the clues given by the last student. That is OK because they have been focusing on what answers are suggested. When you catch students out by asking the exact same question a while later, ensure to make the point that you have caught them. Ensure to grab the first person speaking/talking and sit down instantly.