This Kagan strategy is fantastic for stretch and challenge, consolidating knowledge and revising key geographical vocabulary.
How does it work?
Each student is handed a quiz card, composed of a primary question and a challenge question. Using the Kagan structure (Quiz-Quiz-Trade) students rotate around the room quizzing other members of the class using their card. If students correctly answer the primary question, they are asked the challenge question. In pairs, once each student has been quizzed they are asked to swap cards and repeat the process again quizzing another class member.
This activity can even be used with low ability or students wh get anxious when they do not know the answer, as all cards have both the question and the answer in order to reassure the student posing the question.
Below are links to some quiz-quiz-trade examples I have developed over the years: