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Christmas

Eduqas Spec. Component two: Christian Practices - Christmas Lesson includes discussion from Christmas adverts 2016 research task on iPads Also includes as 'catch - up info sheet' for absentees

By Edp350

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Christmas

These lessons explore the Christmas through the significance of advent, the nativity story and a reflection on Christmas' meaning in secular/capitalist society. These lesson contain a range of tasks, some of which are differentiated. Can be used in connection to the new edxcel GCSE syllabus.

By loustinch

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A Christmas quiz - A Christmas Carol

This quiz can be used to help make the learning of 'A Christmas Carol' fun; after reading the book, it can be used to test students in a fun way thus increasing their understanding of the book. Suitable for Key Stages 3/4 and upwards levels.

By stevicty

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Christmas 2016: Christmas Past

PowerPoint presentations and quizzes on: Christmas in Tudor England Puritan England: When Christmas was banned Victorian Christmas

By CollEd

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A Christmas Carol

Engaging lessons looking at the three ghosts, context and responding to the Eduqas exam style question with high level example included. Can be easily adapted to suit a range of abilities.

By jessomalley

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Christmas clothes

Christmas clothes- Les vetements de Noel is an activity sheet to keep students busy and working independently, it could be used during a French cover lesson. Designed so that you can just leave it with the cover supervisor, answers included for supervisor/peer marking/assessment at the end of the lesson. Suitable for new French learners with some understanding of simple verbs, KS2 to KS3 or as revision. Gap fill, word and sentence recognition, grammar reinforcement, translation and writing task.

By LoveFrance

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A Christmas Carol

A selection of resources that cover the final sections of the text whilst also encouraging pupils to synthesise their knowledge of the entire novella.

By RuthRebekah

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A Christmas Carol GCSE

A selection of lessons and resources for GCSE students studying A Christmas Carol guiding them through text analysis and building in essay writing skills.

By MissNevell

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A Christmas Carol - Stave 1

A selection of lessons looking at the introduction to A Christmas Carol. A variety of activities provided - focusing on characters, relationships and language analysis. Students are provided opportunities to engage with the story and challenge their understanding and analysis in preparation for GCSE exams.

By Kicks3

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A Christmas Carol Teaching BUNDLE

Resources to assess understanding of each Stave as well as starter exercises/quiz, plot sequencing task and 're-write the story' task. Also includes quotations PEA/PEE exercise

By lesley1264

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A Christmas Carol Context Revision

A context lesson revising easy facts about the Victorian era. Students make general links to the novel. Students can then develop this further to consider how they can link context to specific quotations. Challenge is added to this as they must also analyse the language before they make the links. This allowed for students to revise two assessment objectives successfully. Two really simple but effective revision lessons.

By Kicks3

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Christmas Puzzle Pack #1

I've bundled together some of my popular puzzles into one Christmas bundle- there's my first interactive 'End of Term' quiz, a giant crossword, a series of Ditloids, some Dingbats and a logic gird. The quiz take about an hour to run through. I've just used the crossword as a starter activity - it is quite tricky but they seemed to enjoy it! The Ditloids might be something for an older class, to send home for Parents or even for use in the Staffroom. Likewise, the Dingbats are a bit of fun that might engage a class during Tutor Time. The logic grid is an old family favourite of mine - hopefully your students will enjoy it too! I trust these prove useful for you as we approach the end of a busy Autumn term! Please do check out my other resources at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Robert_Frost

By Robert_Frost

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Christmas Logic Grid #1

One more of these silly activities. A logic grid needs you to focus on the clues given in order to find the solution. The puzzle here is based on the love life of Elves ;) The answer is included at the back. I'm making a 'Puzzles' bundle at the moment - I'm going to include this in it. I'd suggest picking it up as part of that bundle is the most cost-effective approach - but it is listed here separately in case you wanted that option. As always, please do be in touch with any feedback You can find other resources at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Robert_Frost

By Robert_Frost

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Christmas Ditloids #1

Another silly thing, really. A ditloid is a word puzzle where a phrase or a quotation is hidden in the numbers and abbreviated letters in the clue. Common words such as 'the', 'in', 'a', 'an', 'of', etc. are not normally abbreviated. There are a series of them here. The answer is included at the back. I'm making a 'Puzzles' bundle at the moment - I'm going to include this in it. I'd suggest picking it up as part of that bundle is the most cost-effective approach - but it is listed here separately in case you wanted that option. As always, please do be in touch with any feedback You can find other resources at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Robert_Frost

By Robert_Frost

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Christmas Dingbats #1

Yet another silly thing, really. A dingbat is a famous word or phrase represented in a visual way - think 'Catchphrase' on TV. There are a series of them here. The answers are included at the back. I'm making a 'Puzzles' bundle at the moment - I'm going to include this in it. I'd suggest picking it up as part of that bundle is the most cost-effective approach - but it is listed here separately in case you wanted that option. As always, please do be in touch with any feedback You can find other resources at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Robert_Frost

By Robert_Frost

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Christmas Crossword #1

Just a silly thing, really. A giant crossword where the answers are either Christmas songs or things to do with Christmas. The answer is included at the back. I'm making a 'Puzzles' bundle at the moment - I'm going to include this in it. I'd suggest picking it up as part of that bundle is the most cost-effective approach - but it is listed here separately in case you wanted that option. As always, please do be in touch with any feedback You can find other resources at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Robert_Frost

By Robert_Frost

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A Christmas Carol- Exam preparation pack

This is an excellent revision resource which will provide in depth exam preparation and guidance for GCSE Literature students. The pack consists of three resources. The first resource is a set of key quotes revision cards. Cards are arranged by stave and themes and cover the whole novella. Each card contains a quote along with insightful language and structural analysis. This is a vital tool for students to tackle the closed book exams. The second resource consists of an assessment booklet containing five exam style questions. Passages used are taken from throughout the book and a range of themes are covered. The assessment booklet is accompanied by an answer booklet. A model answer is provided for each question with statements linked to assessment objectives. This will ensure that students know how to gain marks to fulfil each objective. The third resource is a pupil friendly reading checklist which contains reading skills in pupil friendly language. The resource is designed specifically for the new AQA GCSE English Literature specification, however it can be used to provide essential exam practice across the board.

By ayshaatiq