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Great resource to support student understanding of key words, phrases, numbers, equations, literary characters...etc. Students place a different key word/phrase etc from your topic in each of the 7 hexagons. In the grid below, student's explain how each word is linked to the one next to it, e.g. for “A” you would explain how the word in the centre hexagon links to the word in the top hexagon.
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4.5

LibraryDragon7

2 years ago
5

This is a great resource. I believe it will provide a great foundation for many of our students.

krushirlene

2 years ago
5

While I generally prefer more "flexible" hexagons where students can move them around, this structured version provides good guidance for weaker students who have trouble with it. It's also good for them to get used to using the hexagons for the first time. Thanks!

BentleyP

3 years ago
5

I've been able to create some really difficult activities for Yr13 revision lessons using this wonderful resource.

mgtarbox258

3 years ago
5

Can't wait to use this in my classes. I have done a similar activity, but it was more linear 4 x 2 boxes in which they had to diagram and explain the connections. Very effective and my students put real thought and focus into making meaningful connections. Thank you for the free download!!

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