For my Year 10 guinea pigs(!), I had on my board, 10 questions in German about their town and ideal town as they are currently practising for their structured conversations. In groups, they had to take turns to remove a brick each (as per the usual rules), place it on the top and answer the question the brick corresponded to. For example, if a student picked brick 3, they would answer question 3. They had to answer the question before the next person took out their brick (Thank you to @Pixiejojo for this idea).
It was a success I think. They seemed to enjoy it. I would definitely bear in mind the time of the day you do this and with which class, as my Year 11 class p5 today, were somewhat giddy and for them it wasn't quite as successful.
Here are some photos:
|So far so good!|
|getting a bit rocky!|
|clever idea - contain the debris when they fall!|
|aaargh - watch out ...|
|... and they've gone!|