Used these with my Scottish Higher class for revision of unit 2 chapters. Pupils generally enjoy and stimulates discussion. Pupils stick post it on square once they have found answer. This can be challenged by other pupil, first to get a line vertically or diagonally wins.
A flipchart covering the majority of topics on the Unit 2 scheme. Split into three lessons, but could be delivered over 3-6 if time allows.
Resources are embedded in the file.
Each has a breakdown of what is needed, with grades.
Most topics cover all from D up to B, with some A covered too.
Some are for mini whiteboards, other I would suggest printing the worksheets I've created.
To save money on photocopying I have taken out all the answer boxes etc. on this paper .\n\nI get students to write in their books. I do see the value of them writing on exam papers as well but can't justify all the copying that involves. Most of these will fit onto one sheet of A4 if you copy two to a page.
You may need to re-link the clips into the powerpoint as the path will be different on your computer. If you're having trouble with the clip you can find two on youtube under 'Bupa - Impacts' and 'Bupa you're amazing'. Now, If you like this lesson and want to use it, remember, I have saved you time by creating it, so do me a favour and spend some time rating it and leaving a comment. Many thanks.Phill.
Detailed notes on the cosmological argument (strong emphasis on Aquinas' and the Kalam's versions). This is written for the AQA specification and contains material beyond and above for other exam broads such as OCR and EdExcel.
Pupils use video and information sheets to consider who Gandhi was and what he was trying to achieve. It also includes an interview with MLK as he talks about how Gandhi inspired him. Pupils finish with a literacy exercise where they imagine they are MLK and they write a speech about Gandhi using key words. Assessment is two stars & a wish with time for green pen improvements.