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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.
I used this PowerPoint in a lesson teaching exam technique, specifically for 6 mark questions. After writing their own answers, Then students were given the model answer scoring all 6 marks, and reflected individually on what was good about it. They brought their ideas together into table groups, identified a top 3 good features, and we wrote these on the board. Duplicate ideas were marked and we used this to agree a top 5 success criteria for 6 mark questions. Students then rewrote their original answer and explained to their partners how it had been improved.
I have developed this resource/ power point to lead a 25 minute session with year 11 students on planning revision. I have found that leading with humour on Monday mornings talking about revision really helped.