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Image File Formats | Worksheet & Answers

Image File Formats | Worksheet & Answers

Do You Know Your Image Formats? Worksheet Description A simple worksheet for learning what situations might justify certain file types. Five real world scenarios are given for which the student has to choose the optimal file format and justify their choice. Contact If you need something custom, send me a message or email and I’ll aim to help you out. Also if this was helpful, leave a review to let others know.
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Workshop Rules Poster

Workshop Rules Poster

Powerpoint slide posters that can be displayed within the workshop, spelling out WORKSHOP. These can be used as a reference point to remind and correct student behaviours within the workshop.
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Command Words- Design and Technology

Command Words- Design and Technology

37 different Command Words to help students within their understanding of written or verbal instructions. Keyword and Definition. Can be display along the ceiling line of a classroom.
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BOYD Terms and Conditions CARD

BOYD Terms and Conditions CARD

BOYD stands for Bring Your Own Device Students complete and sign this card if they have permission to use their own device, mobile phone, ipad etc in lessons for research purposes. This card creates a contract between you and the student and acts as a deterrent for students to lesson to music or go on games etc. In my classroom, they are laminated and bulldog clipped to the wall, ready on hand to use when required. Students write on the laminated cards with a whiteboard marker.
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Question Matrix- Tools & Equipment

Question Matrix- Tools & Equipment

Tools & Equipment Question Matrix. This question resource is designed to aid revision and deepen understanding. Questions can be edited to match your projects. A total of 36 questions that range from closed questions to open questions to challenge students knowledge and understanding. How Might?, Why Might? and How Will? questions prompt students for more detailed answers. There if a TIF (Take It Further) section at the bottom to stretch and challenge students. How to play: Students roll both question cube 1 and 2. Link both of these cubes to create a question starter, for example: How is? Just like a co-ordinate grid, find you question on the Matrix. Students answers the question. TIF if required. Students can play alone, in pairs or groups.
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