General knowledge - Quiz on SpainQuick View
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General knowledge - Quiz on Spain

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This worksheet can be used to find out how much your students know about the country Spain. There are 11 mixed questions that students must answer including true or false, circle the correct answer, and answer the question.
Fun General knowledge Quiz about Spain !Quick View
lisamannalisamanna

Fun General knowledge Quiz about Spain !

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General knowledge quiz about Spain with suggested answers. Obviously the answers I have given about football may change depending on Spain’s national team’s performance in the future !
Children's General Knowledge QuizQuick View
MissJoojooMissJoojoo

Children's General Knowledge Quiz

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2 fun team/pub-style quizzes comprising of 6 rounds each, on a range of topics suitable for primary/secondary school students. The questions were taken from The Telegraph website. Please rate the resource and leave some feedback, it will be much appreciated. *newly edited 17/09/2012*
Easter in France/ Easter in SpainQuick View
debskapickdebskapick

Easter in France/ Easter in Spain

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Perfect at Easter. Both Spanish and French. Borrowed a Spanish quiz on TES and adapted added rounds and made it Easter-like!! Starter: Information exchange, pupils have a card they have 3-4 mins to go around the room and exchange information. They ask questions and give the answers and if they don't know the answer they like the fact they can say I don't know!! Once a piece of info has been exchanged, whether that person knew the answer or not they should exchange dominoes and move on. Collect in dominoes and tell them to remember as much as they can. Then do quiz!! EASY!
Olympics Quiz and answersQuick View
hughsie36hughsie36

Olympics Quiz and answers

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This is a Pub Style quiz about the Olympics. I used it on a cross curricular day and the questions are nice and general so as not to give the advantage to those who are really into sport. I have put the answers onto a separate PowerPoint so that you don't accidentally give the answers away.
Tour de France - General Information & HistoryQuick View
SustransSustrans

Tour de France - General Information & History

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This resource provides you with a wealth of useful background information on the Tour de France and the Yorkshire Grand Départ. It also contains specific cycling information which will help you set the scene for your students on the theme. This Tour de France pack has been developed by City of York Council, Sustrans, Biz-Ed Projects Ltd, and others with much of the curriculum content being developed by Sustrans Bike It officers in Yorkshire.
Christmas Quiz Xmas 2010Quick View
TRJTRJ

Christmas Quiz Xmas 2010

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Big fat quiz of the year 2010 for all year groups. Contains the answers as well. 16/12/10 2pm: August the mine collapse was Chile not Mexico (the answer of the ppt). So you will have to change this. Sorry.
End Of Term Christmas Quiz - Four PartsQuick View
WillsonEducationWillsonEducation

End Of Term Christmas Quiz - Four Parts

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Just for a bit of fun before the end of term…this quiz has four parts which asks your students to identify ten countries by their outlines, name ten famous landmarks from an image and its location, answer ten geography general knowledge questions and to name ten seasonal songs by a snip-bit taken from them. Merry Christmas Everyone!
Know Your World Quiz Task Cards - Human Features Set 1Quick View
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Know Your World Quiz Task Cards - Human Features Set 1

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Know Your World Quiz – Human Features Set 1 is a set of fun, general knowledge task cards. Questions are based on 25 famous human features in our wondrous world. The 5 trivia categories are arranged by continents: South America and Oceania Europe Africa Asia North America The human features included in Set 1: Buenos Aires Obelisk (Argentina), Sydney Opera House (Australia), Machu Picchu (Peru), Cathedral of Brasília (Brazil), Las Lajas Sanctuary (Columbia), The Parthenon (Greece), The Eiffel Tower (France), Sagrada Familia (Spain), Tower Bridge (England), Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany), Abuja National Mosque (Nigeria), The Pyramids of Giza (Egypt), Aït Benhaddou (Morocco), Afrikaans Language Monument (South Africa), The Rock-hewn Churches of Lalibela (Ethiopia), The Great Wall of China (China), The White Temple (Thailand), The Petronas Towers (Malaysia), The Blue Mosque (Turkey), The Taj Mahal (India), Chichen Itza (Mexico), The Statue of Liberty (United States), CN Tower (Canada), Tikal National Park (Guatemala), Golden Gate Bridge (United States) This resource contains: 25 Multiple Choice Task Cards and 1 Title Card Student Sheet Answer Key PDF and PNG Files Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards (p. 2-8) This resource can be delivered a few different ways: As a research activity: Print out just the questions for the students (p. 9-10). Students progressively research their answers on the internet (some questions require creative and skilful research skills!) Teachers may wish to have students work in pairs to research their answers. It is helpful if a time limit for research is imposed to ensure students stay on task. To make it challenging, I make it only about 30 or 45 minutes, so students need to be strategic with the questions they research. The task cards can then be spread around the room and students are given the answer template to write their answers. From experience, this is a much better learning experience. There appears to be so much more student satisfaction when students actually know an answer that they have found during their research as opposed to giving it their best guess. Even without assigning the research questions first, the task cards by themselves have still proved be a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging activity. At the end, students can check their answers with the answer key and add up their totals. The quiz could also be used as an ice-breaker for a new group of students, as a staff team-building activity or end-of-year gathering. Teachers can of course adapt the quiz and the rules to better suit their classroom environment. Enjoy!
Know Your World Quiz Task Cards - Human and Natural Features BundleQuick View
MTeachingPeaksMTeachingPeaks

Know Your World Quiz Task Cards - Human and Natural Features Bundle

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Know Your World Quiz Task Cards – Human and Natural Features Bundle are fun, general knowledge task cards. This bundle contains 4 quizzes with 25 questions each that are based on famous human and natural features in our wondrous world (That’s 100 famous places that are sure to captivate a sense of wonder in your students!). The 5 categories in each product are arranged by continents: South America and Oceania Europe Africa Asia North America The human features (otherwise known as man-made landmarks) included in Human Features Set 1: Buenos Aires Obelisk (Argentina), Sydney Opera House (Australia), Machu Picchu (Peru), Cathedral of Brasília (Brazil), Las Lajas Sanctuary (Columbia), The Parthenon (Greece), The Eiffel Tower (France), Sagrada Familia (Spain), Tower Bridge (England), Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany), Abuja National Mosque (Nigeria), The Pyramids of Giza (Egypt), Aït Benhaddou (Morocco), Afrikaans Language Monument (South Africa), The Rock-hewn Churches of Lalibela (Ethiopia), The Great Wall of China (China), The White Temple (Thailand), The Petronas Towers (Malaysia), The Blue Mosque (Turkey), The Taj Mahal (India), Chichen Itza (Mexico), The Statue of Liberty (United States), CN Tower (Canada), Tikal National Park (Guatemala), Golden Gate Bridge (United States) The human features (otherwise known as man-made landmarks) included in Human Features Set 2: Hobbiton (New Zealand), Christ the Redeemer (Brazil), Port Arthur Historic Site (Australia), Easter Island Moai Statues (Chile), San Ignacio Miní (Argentina), The Colosseum (Italy), Vasco Da Gama Bridge (Portugal), The Louvre (France), Charles Bridge (Czech Republic), Big Ben (England), Leptis Magna (Libya), The Union Buildings (South Africa), Great Mosque of Djenne (Mali), The Great Sphinx of Giza (Egypt), Meroë (Sudan), Red Square (Russia), Angkor Wat (Cambodia), The Shwedagon Pagoda (Myanmar), The Burj Khalifa (United Arab Emirates), Borobudur (Indonesia), The Gateway Arch (United States), The Angel of Independence (Mexico), Château Frontenac (Canada), Teotihuacan (Mexico), Times Square (United States) The natural features (or natural landmarks) included in Natural Features Set 1: The Perito Moreno Glacier (Argentina), Great Barrier Reef (Australia), Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia), Hokitika Gorge (New Zealand), Iguazú Falls (Brazil/Argentina), Northern Lights in Lapland (Finland), Eisriesenwelt Cave (Austria), Geiranger Fjord (Norway), The White Cliffs of Dover (England), Verdon Gorge (France), The White Desert (Egypt), Zuma Rock (Nigeria), Kruger National Park (South Africa), Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania), The Blue Nile Falls (Ethiopia), The Chocolate Hills (The Philippines), Mount Bromo (Indonesia), Pamukkale (Turkey), Mount Fuji (Japan), Halong Bay (Vietnam), Niagara Falls (United States/Canada), Yellowstone National Park (United States), The Copper Canyon (Mexico), Mendenhall Ice Caves (United States), Moraine Lake (Canada) The natural features (or natural landmarks) included in Natural Features Set 2: Lake Hillier (Australia), Mount Fitz Roy (Argentina/Chile), The Amazon River (South America), Wai-O-Tapu (New Zealand), Uluru (Australia), Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia), The Crooked Forest (Poland), The Pulpit Rock (Norway), Đavolja Varoš (Serbia), The Cliffs of Moher (Ireland), The Danakil Depression (Ethiopia), Table Mountain (South Africa), Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe), Avenue of the Baobabs (Madagascar), The Lava Lake of Mount Nyiragongo (Democratic Republic of Congo), Lake Baikal (Russia), The Shilin Stone Forest (China), The Kuang Si Waterfalls (Laos), Lion’s Rock (Sri Lanka), The Mayon Volcano (The Philippines), The Multnomah Falls (United States), Aurora Borealis (Canada), The Great Blue Hole (Belize), The Rocky Mountains (Canada/United States), The Grand Canyon (United States) Each resource contains: 25 Multiple Choice Task Cards and 1 Title Card Student Sheet Answer Key PDF and PNG Files Instructions: Print, laminate and cut the individual cards from each set (p. 2-8) This resource can be delivered a few different ways: As a research activity: Print out just the questions for the students (p. 9-10). Students progressively research their answers on the internet (some questions require creative and skilful research skills!) Teachers may wish to have students work in pairs to research their answers. It is helpful if a time limit for research is imposed to ensure students stay on task. To make it challenging, I make it only about 30 or 45 minutes, so students need to be strategic with the questions they research. The task cards can then be spread around the room and students are given the answer template to write their answers. From experience, this is a much better learning experience. There appears to be so much more student satisfaction when students actually know an answer that they have found during their research as opposed to giving it their best guess. Even without assigning the research questions first, the task cards by themselves have still proved be a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging activity. At the end, students can check their answers with the answer key and add up their totals. The quiz could also be used as an ice-breaker for a new group of students, as a staff team-building activity or end-of-year gathering. Teachers can of course adapt the quiz and the rules to better suit their classroom environment. Enjoy!
Origins of World War II: Quiz 16 - USA Isolation and Pearl HarbourQuick View
markcallaghermarkcallagher

Origins of World War II: Quiz 16 - USA Isolation and Pearl Harbour

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These are thorough and in-depth interactive teaching quizzes covering the topic “Origins of WWII”. They can be uploaded to any Learning Management System (LMS or CMS) such as Moodle, Blackboard etc, where student completion and results can also easily be linked to the course system’s online mark book. They are web friendly html files which can be completed on any device. These challenging quizzes have proven to markedly increase the students content knowledge and understanding of this topic. The interactive files do not display so I have included screenshots. You can also go to my website to see samples of interactive activities along with a more detailed description of all the resources.
Olympic Booklet - Rio 2016 (6th - 10th Grade)Quick View
WillsonEducationWillsonEducation

Olympic Booklet - Rio 2016 (6th - 10th Grade)

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This 29 page booklet gives students the opportunity to explore the Olympics and Brazil using different Geographical themes and skills. Chapters include: History Of The Olympics The Rings Rio De Janeiro – Host City 2016 London’s Olympic Legacy City Climate Seeing The Sites Population And Nationality General Geography Of Olympic Countries Build A Brand For an additional booklet about Brazil please visit: https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/brazil-ks3-and-4-11073383