Feb 17, 2009

Quiz Box Time




At the end of the story and following our plan to integrate technology into teaching, "Quiz Box" was tried for the first time at school. Students went to the library, sat in four stations and took turns using the remote control to answer ten comprehension questions about the story. Stations one and three ranked first; stations two and four came in second. We found that this way of testing is very practical and fun. Students were able to find out the correct answers instantly, thus figuring out their mistakes.
Special thanks to Mr. Ghassan Atrouni

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

i loved it ... this is intrinsic motivation ...highly motivated ...the kids r learning with great interest ...they r acquiring excellent attitudes towards learning and tolerance ...it is maturity ...it is every thing ...
blessed ,
arab

Mohamad Darwishe said...

When we did the quiz box, I liked it. It was fun. I wish we can play it again some day. We all took turns with the remote, they were special remotes for answering the questions. There was a big screen and there was one question and four answers. The winners were station 1 and 4 and I was in station 4, so I woooooooooooooon!

Rakan Al-Khatib said...

I liked the quiz box although my station lost, but we'll try to win next time. It was really fun!

Aya Dokmak said...

It was amazing to use a remote control to answer the questions...I hope that all the tests are in the same way, too. Thank you Mrs. Rawya.