1. Copy one sheet for each individual student and distribute them.
2. Put students into pairs, teams or they can work individually. If in teams or pairs, it's best to hand out only one sheet per group to ensure better pair work and easier marking. This activity is best done as a light-hearted (books-open/closed) quiz. Focus students' attentions on the instructions and give a strict time limit.
3. Monitor the students, and when appropriate provide any necessary individual language or vocabulary input, but no answers of courses (yet).
4. Give students a warning when their time limit is about to expire and then insist on pens down and heads up.
5. For feedback, if done in teams/pairs the quiz papers can be redistributed and marked by an opposing team. Students can write some/all of the answers on the board or orally contribute their answers to you.
6. Draw the students' attention to any specific mistakes which seem prevalent through the work and offer language input.