Odd ONE out?


None, but you could use an online website such as this one here.

What to do:

Create odd one out quizzes to help your students isolate the correct answer alongside similar answers.
It will help students address misconceptions alongside working out where gaps in their knowledge might be. 


Read here for an effective way to use 'other' in these quizzes. 

Get students to create their own to test their peers?

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