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Three lesson sequence on codebreaking (ideally completed as a single extended project). Lesson 1 is a lecture from Professor Stupples on the history of Code breaking. Lesson 2 is Spy School adapting resources from Charlotte King and Matthew Jones. Lesson 3 is a codebreaking activity which requires pupils to apply all the skills they have learned. Concludes with unbroken CIA code to crack! Please rate.
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KewiKing

a year ago
5

LOVE IT

814964

a year ago
5

great resource

gw08charletonlynne

2 years ago
5

Perfect to go with my other end of term 'puzzle' activities, thanks.

schmicka2

2 years ago
5

I was looking for a project to set our pupils as an Easter activity during lockdown (Covid-19) and this looks brilliant. Many thanks for sharing

StewartLiles

2 years ago
5

Lovely resource with lots of ways to use many thanks for sharing

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