(courtesy of the Lake Oswego Oregon Stake, and shared by Bobbie Poppleton)
Materials: paper and pencils
As you pass out paper and pencils to all of the students, tell them that they will be getting a Pop Quiz today. Have them put their names on their papers first. Then announce that the pop quiz will have only one question, and they will be writing the quiz. Ask them each to write 1 question on their paper which would enable you to see if each student has understood what you have discussed so far in class. An open ended type of question would be preferable.
Each student must also write the correct answer to their question. The student whose question is used for the actual pop quiz does not need to take the test. After the questions are collected, you can either select one and actually give them each the pop quiz, or it there are several great questions, point that out, and use them as a springboard for group discussion.