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Miss Fowles' Resources

A collection of (mainly free!) resources I've designed during my teacher training.

A collection of (mainly free!) resources I've designed during my teacher training.
Homophones Dominoes KS2/3 Starter Activity
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Homophones Dominoes KS2/3 Starter Activity

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Starter activity for KS2 or KS3 revision - dominoes style activity. Match the correct spelling of the word to the definition. Can assist with weekly spelling tests, retrieval practice/low stakes quizzing. Used commonly confused homophones and those which appear frequently in the classroom, but easily adaptable if there are others your pupils struggle with more.
GCSE An Inspector Calls Character Theme Revision
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GCSE An Inspector Calls Character Theme Revision

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2x A3 revision worksheets for An Inspector Calls. Printable worksheet with two variations - Pick a theme and relate it to each character (AO1 and AO2) as well as context (AO3) Pick a character and relate it to a number of predetermined themes (or choose your own!) as well as context Useful for exam preparation or in-class activity, good revision/recall activity
GCSE Much Ado (William Shakespeare) Revision Worksheet
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GCSE Much Ado (William Shakespeare) Revision Worksheet

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A3 Sheets Much Ado About Nothing worksheets for revision or class activity - covers Assessment Objectives 1, 2 and 3 through a combination of context, theme tracking, and quote recall and analysis Themes included are: Love and Marriage Appearance vs Reality Honour and Deceit Friendships Warfare Gender But could also be used for other themes - just edit the title! Could also be edited to use as a scaffolded activity e.g., gap fill for quotes and contexts
GCSE Macbeth (William Shakespeare) Revision
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GCSE Macbeth (William Shakespeare) Revision

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A3 Sheets Macbeth worksheets for revision or class activity - covers Assessment Objectives 1, 2 and 3 through a combination of context, theme tracking, and quote recall and analysis Themes included are: Violence Gender Ambition Power Kingship Supernatural But could also be used for other themes - just edit the title! Could also be edited to use as a scaffolded activity e.g., gap fill for quotes and contexts
Sociology Crime and Deviance Knowledge Organisers
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Sociology Crime and Deviance Knowledge Organisers

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Sociology C&D Knowledge Organisers - covering key words and theories for Functionalism, Marxism, Labelling Theory and Left Realism (more to be uploaded later!) These are presented in a Word doc format, black and white so no expensive coloured printing :) Perfect for revision print outs for A-Level Sociology students. Covers AO1 (knowledge and understanding) and can also be used to aid AO2 development
'Super Starters' Set of 30 Ideas for Starters
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'Super Starters' Set of 30 Ideas for Starters

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A set of 30 multicoloured cards which can be used as a reference tool when planning for AfL and starter activities to include a mixture of fun/creative and more focussed tasks. Can be adapted for use in KS3, GCSE and A-Level classes, as well as in primary and across subject areas if necessary.
'Pocket Plenaries' Set of 30 Ideas for Plenaries
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'Pocket Plenaries' Set of 30 Ideas for Plenaries

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A set of 30 multicoloured cards which can be used as a reference tool when planning for AfL and plenary activities to include a mixture of fun/creative and more focussed activities. Can be adapted for use in KS3, GCSE and A-Level classes, as well as in primary and across subject areas if necessary.
Exam Command Words Reference Cards
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Exam Command Words Reference Cards

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A set of 19 cards which can be used by teachers or students as a reference during exam practice. They detail many of the command words which students may come into contact with throughout their schooling including GCSE and A-Level, alongside a short description of what employing this skill entails.
Reading Challenge
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Reading Challenge

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A reading challenge developed in order to encourage children to read widely for pleasure. Includes prompts meaning those taking part should read a variety of genres, avoiding the temptation to go for safe choices or old favourites, alongside a variety of creative tasks to assess understanding and retention of information. This booklet is designed for KS3 pupils, however the prompts and tasks can easily be adapted to suit higher and lower reading ages for use in primary school or KS4.