Fun Christmas Quiz - ideal for the end of term (at Christmas time obviously).

Fun Christmas Quiz - ideal for the end of term (at Christmas time obviously).

5 rounds of festive fun to deal with those times when the curriculum dictates your class must do something festive! Round 1 - Multiple Choice Round 2 - Christmas Movies. Students are presented with the titles of classic Christmas movies but without the vowels in. Harder than it sounds. Round 3 - Presents. Round 4 - Celebrity Santa Round 5 - Trivia Guaranteed that there are questions here whose answers will fascinate and amuse in equal measure. Any and all feedback gratefully appreciated. Merry Christmas!
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Introductory quiz for German lessons, interesting and fun, ready for immediate use.

Introductory quiz for German lessons, interesting and fun, ready for immediate use.

This is a quiz with may rounds and varieties of questions including: *True or False - Celebrities born in Germany *Pet translations *English TV in Germany *German Football Teams plus many other questions about the history, culture, geography and other contextual, interesting facts about Germany. The quiz takes on bell model, starting with easier questions moving on to more challenging questions before finishing with easier ones again so that all students are able to participate and maintain interest until the end. Many questions have additional information attached to explain and provide further reference points. Some questions are asked in English with English answers, some are asked in German with English answers and some asked in German with German answers. This would be ideal as an introduction to German , as a starter for a lesson or for a fun lesson at the end of term. Any and all feedback, positive or developmental is greatly appreciated.
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Euro 2016 Differentiated activity booklet, ideal for form time.  All home nations and ready for use.

Euro 2016 Differentiated activity booklet, ideal for form time. All home nations and ready for use.

This is similar to my Rugby World Cup resource but is significantly bigger. I've designed it as an ongoing resource to be returned to every form time for the duration of the Euro tournament. It comes with a powerpoint that has all the participating teams on it. If you play the powerpoint then the images will quickly change. Press "S" and the slideshow will stop on a team. Press "S" again to re-start the slideshow. Using this method, each child can randomly select a team to follow. I did this with my form with a prize if their randomly selected team won the tournament. This team will also feature in their booklet as a research project. The booklet starts with a page about the hosts of the tournament, France. This is a research activity and so access to computers or books will be required. There are two sheets which look identical but this is not the case. One has prompts to assist lower ability students with some French historical characters to research. The next page looks at the history of the tournament and again has a differentiated version for lower ability students. Following on from this is a picture quiz where students have to name the winners of the previous tournaments. Next is a research project where students are asked to design a poster for their previously selected team. There is a differentiated version for lower ability students with a number of prompt questions to help with research. The next three sheets each relate to one of the home nations so that any students who have an allegiance to that nation can still participate. This task is to create a song/rap or chant about their nations success. Again with specific home nations sheets is the next task which is to design their football kit. Next is an art project looking at the work of Robert Delauney, a famous French artist with a particularly bright and vivid style. Students are asked to reproduce his work and this can be extended to adapt a football picture into his style of work and a blank canvas for the truly creative. There follows a focus on four famous players with an attached fact file and a drawing to colour in. Once this is completed there is a blank fact file for students to pick their favourite player and complete accordingly. Finally there is a puzzle page with riddles and a word-search. The answers are on the final sheet. There are a number of ways in which you can run this project: You could compile the workbooks beforehand and hand them out so that they are differentiated to each class members ability. You could hand out each page individually and then compile them at the end. My ideal would be that everyone gets a different sheet so that everyone is doing a different task within the same time frame and then they are compiled at the end. Any feedback, positive or negative, is greatly appreciated.
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Get ready for 2017/18 with Premier League Quiz of season 2016/17. Just for fun and ready for use.

Get ready for 2017/18 with Premier League Quiz of season 2016/17. Just for fun and ready for use.

6 rounds of 39 questions all about the past season and the history of the EPL. Questions vary from multiple choice, match ups and straight forward questions. No matter how knowledgeable your students are, they'll be challenged and even if they have no interest in sport whatsoever, they'll still be able to participate fully and enjoy the quiz. This is ideal for the start of the new school year. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated, positive or developmental.
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Ready for immediate use, GCSE PE AQA spec. lesson covering innovation, sponsorship, marketing.

Ready for immediate use, GCSE PE AQA spec. lesson covering innovation, sponsorship, marketing.

This lesson utilises the Toronto Wolfpack rugby league team as it's source material in it's unique position as the first transatlantic sports team. After first highlighting the fact that all of the teams in the Kingstone Press League 1 are Welsh or English, students are asked to guess the location of the league leaders which is of course, Toronto. Following there is a brief fact file about the Wolfpack and then a think, pair, share task looking at the positives and negatives of having a team based in Canada, play in Britain. Students are then challenged to tackle one of three tasks, looking at either logistics management, grass roots or marketing, all of which are directly related to the Wolfpack. This allows for differentiation as students can pick their challenge or have the teacher select one for them in order to push students. Finally we have question time. All students should attempt EITHER the normal OR the level-up before attempting the killer question. The normal question is aimed at lower ability students, again allowing for differentiation. The killer question is related to another sport entirely in order to encourage students to transfer their knowledge to another area. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated, positive or developmental.
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Revision bundle for GCSE PE. Ready to use, including AQA test on 'Lucy.'

Revision bundle for GCSE PE. Ready to use, including AQA test on 'Lucy.'

Question sheets 1-7 are best printed out on A3. I always kept a few of these in my classroom as extension tasks or homework. They are designed to encourage students to plan an answer before writing. Q1: Other subjects relevance to PE Q2: Qualities of a successful first aider Q3: Funding an athlete Q4: Unsuitable sponsorship Q5: Effects of fatigue Q6: How exercise affects the c/v system Q7: How correct technique prevents injury Quiz, quiz, trade is a starter and plenary activity where every student has a slip of paper with a questions and its answer on it. They go around the room and ask someone their question. Once they have answered it, the correct answer is given. Then they swap roles. Once the second question has been answered, they trade questions and find someone new. This can continue as long as you wish but allows for lots of people to ask and be asked questions. The plenary at the end is simply the teacher asking the questions again. Everyone should be able to provide an answer! I like to have the class all stand up, they can sit down when they've answered a question correctly. The revision loop is a series of answers with an unrelated question on the bottom. Each student gets one of these slips and has to use their answer to answer someone else's question. Next, two Tarsia jigsaw puzzles. Simply cut out and muddle up and then re-arrange. Lots of ambiguity to promote discussion and problem solving. Finally, a 17 question, exam style test on topics directly linked to Lucy. These come from past papers from 2010-12 and so are due to be dusted down for this exam! All q's are 2-8 marks and the test is out of 64. This bundle will save hours of prep. and can be used repeatedly as part of your revision. Any feedback, positive or negative, please let me know.
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Introductory quiz for French lessons, ready for immediate use, with variety of topics.

Introductory quiz for French lessons, ready for immediate use, with variety of topics.

This is a quiz with may rounds and varieties of questions including: *True or False - Celebrities born in France *Pet translations *English TV in France *Paris *French Football Teams plus many other questions about the history, geography and other contextual, interesting facts about France. The quiz takes on bell model, starting with easier questions moving on to more challenging questions before finishing with easier ones again so that all students are able to participate and maintain interest until the end. Many questions have additional information attached to explain and provide further reference points. Some questions are asked in English with English answers, some are asked in French with English answers and some asked in French with French answers. This would be ideal as an introduction to French, as a starter for a lesson or for a fun lesson at the end of term. Any and all feedback, positive or developmental is greatly appreciated.
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Ideal introduction to Spanish, fun and interesting, ready for immediate use.

Ideal introduction to Spanish, fun and interesting, ready for immediate use.

This is a quiz with may rounds and varieties of questions including: *True or False - Celebrities born in Spain *Pet translations *English TV in Spain *Spanish Football Teams plus many other questions about the history, culture, geography and other contextual, interesting facts about France. The quiz takes on a bell model, starting with easier questions moving on to more challenging questions before finishing with easier ones again so that all students are able to participate and maintain interest until the end. Many questions have additional information attached to explain and provide further reference points. Some questions are asked in English with English answers, some are asked in Spanish with English answers and some asked in Spanish with Spanish answers. This would be ideal as an introduction to Spanish, as a starter for a lesson or for a fun lesson at the end of term. Any and all feedback, positive or developmental is greatly appreciated.
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Italian Quiz ideal as an introduction to Italian. Fun, informative and ready for immediate use.

Italian Quiz ideal as an introduction to Italian. Fun, informative and ready for immediate use.

This is a quiz with many rounds and varieties of questions including: *True or False - Celebrities born in Italy *Pet translations *English TV in Italy *Italian Football Teams plus many other questions about the history, culture, geography and other contextual, interesting facts about Italian. The quiz takes on bell model, starting with easier questions moving on to more challenging questions before finishing with easier ones again so that all students are able to participate and maintain interest until the end. Many questions have additional information attached to explain and provide further reference points. Some questions are asked in English with English answers, some are asked in Italian with English answers and some asked in Italian with Italian answers. This would be ideal as an introduction to Italian, as a starter for a lesson or for a fun lesson at the end of term. Any and all feedback, positive or developmental is greatly appreciated.
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13 Form time quizzes on a variety of topics. Always be prepared for those awkward form time moments!

13 Form time quizzes on a variety of topics. Always be prepared for those awkward form time moments!

Updated in 2017! 13 quizzes in total, perfect for a regular quiz day in form time or as a filler activity during those moments with little to occupy the kids. Form quiz has 30 questions, 10 each on the following topics: Transport, Apples and Karate. I know, a bit random! The punctuality quiz is an attempt to get students to understand that an excuse, no matter how good or bad, is still an excuse. There are 10 excuses that are either True or False. Quiz 1 - 11 all consist of 10 questions and generally focus on a particular topic. These topics are as diverse as Animals, Science, Superheroes, Literature and Shoes! All quiz questions are a mixture of multiple choice, T or F and regular questions. They are designed to be fun and informative and should sometimes spark debate. Feedback, good or bad, appreciated. Thanks.
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GCSE PE AQA Spec. Exam style questions on pre-release: James and mark scheme

GCSE PE AQA Spec. Exam style questions on pre-release: James and mark scheme

This years pre-release material for the 2017 AQA GCSE PE exam is about a year 10 student called James. I'm providing 11 questions on a sheet ready for immediate use as a test or exam. Each answer is worth between 2 and 8 marks. Each answer requires a structured, written answer. Depending on the ability of the students, the test should last about 55 minutes. For those who finish early, they can mark each others papers with the comprehensive Mark Scheme provided. Both exam and mark scheme can be retained for future revision work.
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Diff'd Workbook to celebrate the Rugby League World Cup 2017 in October.

Diff'd Workbook to celebrate the Rugby League World Cup 2017 in October.

This has been created to allow students to understand the celebration that is the Rugby League World Cup and hopefully foster an interest in a minority sport at a time of year when there is not an awful lot happening in the world of sport. I've created this so that all students using it can come complete a workbook that is different from everyone else's but also differentiated to their needs. For example, there are three sheets on Legends, each one has a different task that is aimed at different levels of ability. Students should/could choose or be given a team to follow and have as their nominated team and spark some extra interest in the tournament. Pages are interchangeable so that fast workers can readily move onto the next page whereas slower workers can sheets that they may access more readily. Activities include: *Research activities on the host nations and history of the tournament. *Creating your own opening ceremony. *Matching key terms to their definitions. *Researching nominated team. *Focus on legendary players. *And more This resource can easily be adapted for the other home nations. Any and all feedback, positive or developmental, is greatly appreciated.
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Revision activities for GCSE PE, ideal as starters, extensions tasks or whole lessons. Ready for use

Revision activities for GCSE PE, ideal as starters, extensions tasks or whole lessons. Ready for use

Question sheets 1-7 are best printed out on A3. I always kept a few of these in my classroom as extension tasks or homework. They are designed to encourage students to plan an answer before writing. Q1: Other subjects relevance to PE Q2: Qualities of a successful first aider Q3: Funding an athlete Q4: Unsuitable sponsorship Q5: Effects of fatigue Q6: How exercise affects the c/v system Q7: How correct technique prevents injury Quiz, quiz, trade is a starter and plenary activity where every student has a slip of paper with a questions and its answer on it. They go around the room and ask someone their question. Once they have answered it, the correct answer is given. Then they swap roles. Once the second question has been answered, they trade questions and find someone new. This can continue as long as you wish but allows for lots of people to ask and be asked questions. The plenary at the end is simply the teacher asking the questions again. Everyone should be able to provide an answer! I like to have the class all stand up, they can sit down when they've answered a question correctly. The revision loop is a series of answers with an unrelated question on the bottom. Each student gets one of these slips and has to use their answer to answer someone else's question. Next, two Tarsia jigsaw puzzles. Simply cut out and muddle up and then re-arrange. Lots of ambiguity to promote discussion and problem solving. These resources will save hours of prep. and can be used repeatedly as part of your revision. Any feedback, positive or developmental, is greatly appreciated.
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GCSE PE Revision: "James." Ready for immediate use.

GCSE PE Revision: "James." Ready for immediate use.

A number of items to help with revision for this years GCSE PE exam including a test and mark scheme using exam questions from past papers with direct reference to the pre-release scenario on James. Whole bundle sells individually for £9, the bundle is a fiver. Saving yourself some pennies and HOURS of time. Good luck with those results.
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