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« on: August 16, 2022, 02:44:25 PM »
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This assembly features a set of nine multiplechoice questions. Pupils could come with ready-made voting boards with the letters A, B, C written on them, which they hold up in response to each question. It may be best not to ask all nine questions at once, instead discussing each answer immediately after its corresponding question. If you write each question and its three possible ‘answers’ on flipchart paper in advance of the assembly, students won’t have to rely on listening skills and memory.
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