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'Student-generated review questions' is a classroom technique in which one or more students are assigned the task of writing a set of questions based on what was studied during a class. These questions are shown to all of the students at the beginning of the next class, and then discussed in pairs or small groups. The current study explored student perceptions of the technique. The studentgenerated review questions activity was run regularly throughout an entire semester with three classes of undergraduate students in a university in Bangkok. At the end of the semester, these students completed a questionnaire comprising Likert scale and qualitative questions. Students reported that preparing and answering the review questions enhanced their recall and understanding of course content, as well as their sense of engagement and motivation. I conclude that the technique is perceived by students to be beneficial, and provide recommendations for how it can be implemented by other teachers.



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