This activity provides useful feedback about how much students know about immunity. It can be used for any
• 4 to 6 small boxes that are numbered • Sheets of A3 paper
• Felt pens and or crayons • A4 paper
- Ask for 4 to 6 questions on immunity from the class. Write the questions on the whiteboard and number the questions.
- Students are provided with a piece of A4 paper. The paper is cut into the equivalent number of questions and each piece of paper is numbered.
- Students answer the questions by writing the answers on the piece of a paper i.e. question 1 on piece of paper
- Collate all the questions together by posting them in the correct post-box, i.e. question 1 in post-box number 1.
- Break the class into groups. There should be the same number of groups as post-boxes.
- Each group produces an A3 poster of the collated question responses. This can be in any presentation format such as: scatter diagram, bar graph, pie graph, etc. Electronic media could also be used as opposed to the poster format.
Hint: It is helpful to write the question on the poster. Part 3
- Once the poster is complete have each group present the posters to the class.
- Finish by pinning the posters to the wall. Finally, summarise the correct answers to the questions as a handout sheet or on the whiteboard.