Quizzes & Puzzles for use in Library Time
In two books Quirky Quizzes for Lively Libraries will help students to practise a range of research skills. Each book contains quizzes and puzzles that relate to a variety of learning areas. Students will use a range of reference sources including encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases and Internet search engines to find answers to the quiz sheets.
Each unit is prefaced by a series of warm-up questions which teachers can use to focus library time and discuss issues. Each quiz sheet contains 20 questions and students will need to decide on the best information source to use for each one. For extension activities, both books contain a number of challenging crossword puzzles and word search puzzles.
Quizzes and puzzles are arranged into the following mini-units:
- Where in the world?
- How do we get there?
- What’s the highest, largest, deepest?
- How do we communicate?
- What makes countries different?
- What jobs do we do?
- Who produces what and why?
- Where did we come from?
- Who lived here first?
- What do you know about the past?
- What do you know about music?
- Who wrote what?
- What do you know about the human body?
- What do you know about sport?
- What do you know about science?
- What do you know about the solar system?
- What do you know about the earth?
- What do you know about forces?
- What do you know about the animal world?
- What do you know about mathematics?
- General knowledge: a race against time quizzes