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A Taste Of China

A Taste Of China

When many think of Chinese food, the dishes that come to mind are typically egg rolls, chow mein, or sweet and sour pork. Fruit and vegetables from China are not usually considered, though we might eat some without realising it originated from China. These worksheets look at foods which originate from China and gives the students a chance to taste five different fruits and vegetables which originate from China.
WillsonEducation
The KS3 Buddhism Mega Bundle

The KS3 Buddhism Mega Bundle

This bundle contains everything you need to teach about Buddhism at KS3 level: -A 10 Lesson KS3 Buddhism Course -10 x Video-Learning Sessions about KS3 Buddhism -Buddhism Learning Mats -The Buddhism Ethical Debate Generator It also includes the following bonus resource -'The Biggest Questions in Philosophy' P4C Discussion Generator
godwin86
KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis Bundle

KS4 GCSE Chemistry (Science) Electrolysis Bundle

This resource is a bundle of lessons covering the electrolysis section of the 2015 AQA Chemistry specification. This bundle includes lessons on: 1: Acids & alkalies (students need to be aware of how they form ions) 2: Basic electrolysis 3: Electrolysis of aluminium 4: Electrolysis of brine 5: Electrolysis of water 6: A revision lesson Thanks for looking
chalky1234567
Colours Bingo - Bingo Les Couleurs - Bingo Lliwiau

Colours Bingo - Bingo Les Couleurs - Bingo Lliwiau

This fantastic resource can be used to reinforce the names of the colours in any language of your choice. I personally have used the resource in the teaching of more than one language, to huge success. The resource includes 20 different bingo sheets which can be laminated to be reused.
la.jonquille
What were the aims, successes and failures of the 1963 White Revolution?

What were the aims, successes and failures of the 1963 White Revolution?

The Shah's 1963 White Revolution introduced a wide range of political reforms including changes to land ownership and agriculture, female suffrage, changes to education and health programs, factories and the Iranian economy. There were spectacular successes, notably education. However, there were also significant failures including the depopulation of poorer rural peoples and their subsequent move to city slums. This source-based task is deigned for students of the NSW Modern History Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Higher School certificate course National Studies Option H: Iran 1953 - 1989
WayneWoods