Self-quizzing is a powerful strategy to get knowledge stuck in your long-term memory. And it’s so simple to do!
We use self-quizzing in lessons as well as setting it for homework.
Watch our video to see a step-by-step guide of how to do it.
- The sheet used in the video (European capital cities) – HERE
- Knowledge you have written down in your exercise book
- Knowledge organisers you have been given by your teachers
- The knowledge pages at the back of your planner, including: multiplication tables, commonly misspelt words, maths formulae, types of triangles, angles equations, parts of speech and world maps.