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Improving Geography Quizzes

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I use post-it notes for quizzing students on geographical locations. I start by writing large numbers on the post-it notes, and then I stick the numbers on maps that I have on my walls. The students must identify the locations from the numbers.

The post-it notes are great because I can easily change the numbers to different locations on the maps. The quiz that I give to one class is not the same quiz that I give to the next class. Make-up quizzes are not the same twenty states the students had on their test the day before. Students can no longer find out from their friends what cities, rivers, countries, etc. to learn because it constantly changes.


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