Confusing Words Beat the Clock PowerPoint game. A fun interactive way to practice identifying commonly confused words. (there, their, they're) Students are given two sentences and have thirty seconds each to identify the correct confusing words that go in each sentence. They can work with a partner and use wipe-off white boards or write the answers down on paper. After time is up, the answers will disappear. (Timer is built in) Click again to check answers. Advance slide with another click to start with a new set of sentences. Grades 4 and up. Supports common core for frequently confused words! 36 sentences in all. - HappyEdugator
ne powerpoint and three worksheets (quiz, information and self evaluation task) with activities relating to getting KS4 and KS5 students to think about time management, this lesson can be delivered in a tutorial before making a revision timetable.
Brilliant and captivating way of giving students revision and exam tips and techniques! I made this for our high school library but can be used anywhere!<br />
All templates included, all you need to do is cut and laminate all parts and put together. Detailed step-by-step word document included on how to put it all together.<br />
My display board was 1 metre 10 cm X 1 metre 10 cm. You may have to adjust sizes templates etc. according to your display size.<br />
Hope you enjoy it! Thanks
Essay Writing - Open-Ended Introductions PowerPoint. How to start writing expository and persuasive essays. Writing essays with a starter. Students will learn how to write an interesting anecdote to introduce their essay and engage their reader. The introductory anecdote is made to be open-ended so it is not dependent on the topic of an essay prompt, so students can create a unique and personal hook to use on a state writing assessment. An example anecdote and how it can be related to different types of essay topics included.<br />