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Book Jeopardy! 
Jeopardy is an awesome game that kids love to play.  Book Jeopardy can go down a few different avenues.  First, you could split the class in two teams, having each side come up with questions about the story for the other team, and vice versa.  Second, you could have the class split up into pairs, with each pair reading the same book, then leading to the Jeopardy scenario.  Third, you could have class versus class.  Fourth, the teacher could create questions for the entire class.  All in all, book jeopardy is a great, and fun, way to get students to read a story in detail and really think about the intricacies of the book.
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