Split the class in half and form two concentric circles. Students on the inner circle should face out. Students on the outer circle face in. Align the circles so that each student in the inner circle in paired with a student in the outer circle.
Give each student a slip of paper with a question related to the Tuva data set being analyzed.
Students take turns asking their partner the question on their sheet.
Partners trade questions.
Students then rotate. You can ask just the inner or outer circle to rotate. Alternatively, you can ask both circles to rotate in opposite directions.