Hand students remote controls and reviewing for the state assessment becomes FUN.
After each multiple-choice question, students chose their answer on the remote control. Then, with a click of a button, a graph was displayed showing how many students chose each answer. Students whooped and hollered every time 100% of the class chose the right answer. I heard many students say, "That's ok, I missed one earlier," when all but one or two students got the right answer. They were cheerleaders for each other. When most of the class missed an answer, I told them that I needed to reteach that skill -- not to worry about it.
It's amazing how long technology can keep students engaged.