Quick quizzes are easy, short, true/false questions (five or ten or however many you want). If you are pressed for time ask five and double the score. The questions are written during the story by your quiz writer.
Don’t forget to ask yes/no or true/false questions. Ask “Did Sarah go to New York?” Do not ask “Who went to New York?” because then you have to think when you grade them.
When I began telling stories with the Invisibles, I found that the quick quizzes were not as needed because students were paying much closer attention to the stories of their creations’ adventures. Thus, I had largely abandoned quick quizzes when one day a teacher wrote this here on the PLC: