**11. TEST THE TEACHER**(Questioning, Reading, Discussion, Feedback)

**Description:**Test the Teacher is a game where students will create questions based on a reading assignment and then students “test the teacher.”

**Application:**Use this game to check if students are reading assigned text but to also pique student interest.

**Process:**In preparation, assign students a reading. Tell them that each student must create at least five content-based questions from the reading. Remind them that questions can be true/false, short answer, multiple choice, or fill in the blank. Meanwhile, create a student quiz with ten to twenty questions. Say to students, “

*When I draw your name randomly, you will get to ask me one of your questions. If I get the answer right, I get a point. If I get it wrong, the class earns a point. I then will ask you a question from my quiz. If you get the answer correct, you earn a point for the class. If you don’t know the answer or get it wrong, you earn a point for me. Each student will get at least one turn. Although only one of you is participating at a time, your incentive is to listen so that repeated quiz questions will be easy to answer. At the end of the game if I have the most points, the class has to take the quiz. If the class has the most points, each of you will each get the total points for the quiz recorded in the grade book without actually taking the quiz.”*Be ready to follow through on the game’s parameters.

*Reference and/or for more information:***11. Test the Teacher**

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