Top 10 review

Conderman, Gregory; Tompkins, Bonita J.
January 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Winter95, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p68
Academic Journal
Presents the Top Ten Review, an informal large or small-group review activity designed to quickly assess students' ability to retain materials learned. Purpose of the activity; Materials and advanced preparation; Conducting the activity; Modifying the technique.


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