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Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 (Answers & Place value grid included)

Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 (Answers & Place value grid included)

This resource is perfect for providing high-quality lessons for multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. The two activity sheets are each differentiated four ways and are designed to help you assess children's abilities when presented with problems focused on various aspects of this National Curriculum Statement. I have also included an editable A3 place value grid which will support less able children with some of the easier challenges. Furthermore, if you wish to have a fun plenary or assessment game for this topic, I also have created an excellent, fully interactive Millionaire Quiz game that is tried, tested and well loved which is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11474442
GalvaniseEDU
The Golden Age and the Wall Street Crash

The Golden Age and the Wall Street Crash

This lesson covers the Golden Age in Germany from 1923 to 1929 under Gustav Stresemann. It explains the key treaties signed in that period, why they were important and what their impact was both short and long term. It also has a clever device that will aid pupils in their revision of this period. A useful and interesting lesson.
laumorrow
Edexcel AS Level Philosophy Notes

Edexcel AS Level Philosophy Notes

Condensed notes covering the Edexcel AS level Philosophy specification: Problem of Evil; Design Argument; Cosmological Argument; Onotological Argument; Religious Experience.
asapxamz
AQA Unseen Poetry

AQA Unseen Poetry

Breakdown of question with a 'house' analogy which helps students understand how to write a good response.
orlaithob
Nazi Economic Policy - Observation Lesson

Nazi Economic Policy - Observation Lesson

This lesson explores the Nazi Economic policies and evaluates how successful they were. It was created for a lesson observation and earned an outstanding rating (when they still gave ratings!) The resources include a starter, a plenary, sources, a table, a powerpoint and two possible assessments. An interesting and strong lesson.
laumorrow
The Treaty of Versailles Peace Settlement - Expectations and Realities

The Treaty of Versailles Peace Settlement - Expectations and Realities

This is the third lesson in a topic on the establishment and early years of the Wiemar Republic, 1918-1924. The lesson is titled 'The Peace Settlement: Expectations and Reality' and is aimed at A-Level students. Key focuses include... - An overview of the Treaty of Versailles - The aims of the 'big three' - The terms of the Treaty of Versailles - The 'Diktat' - Considerations of the overarching historical significance - Activities and source question - Hyperlinked videos
MrTHistory
Louis Sachar's Holes: understanding character starter activity

Louis Sachar's Holes: understanding character starter activity

KS3 novel - randomly allocate a character from the novel to each pupil (or also works in pairs, depending on ability), then get them to use this worksheet to develop deeper understanding of character. A nice follow-up extension is to work this into a Speaking and Listening class presentation for Key Skill Communication assessment.
erinsarahh
Othello summary

Othello summary

Card sort and powerpoint providing a summary of the key plot points in Othello.
marsho