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This little lesson was designed to show students different ways that they could revise for exams. As well as the main lesson it also includes a Diamond 9 which could be used as an extension or follow up.
There is also an assembly version, which the link takes you to. I've also included a link to a blank lesson plan, because with the template each plan took about 15 minutes to do and could be useful for teacher trainees.
I can't take credit for the Word Document, as I downloaded from a different source myself, but the powerpoint is a great way to show and encourage pupils how to revise properly.
Hope you find it helpful.
Mastery of the English Language depends on solid technical skills. Use these Powerpoint files to help students review important technical skills that will help them improve the quality of their written work.
These files are from www.eddistutorial.com , a website full of information and resources for students taking IGCSEs, GCSEs and A Levels.