Revision powerpoint template

Revision powerpoint template

Attached is a template to make poster activities more exciting and comprehensive. Simply choose either the 4 box or 6 box (or edit it yourself) option to highlight the key areas for students to complete. Example is for a year 7 cells topic!
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Feedback to test/classwork template

Feedback to test/classwork template

Great template for giving differentiated feedback to your students. I personally use this as a mail-merge template, and pull data in from excel, but you could easily fill it in yourself - either on the computer or by hand. Space to: - add in, or takeaway, questions from the table - student strengths, either self assessed or given by you - student development area I usually print these out on A5 sheets, but for groups that need more space A4 works well too. Students respond really well to this kind of work, I've been using it for end of topic tests for the last two terms.
matthewgundry
Revision PowerPoint Template

Revision PowerPoint Template

This is an powerpoint template that allows to create points based revision activities. These can either be linked to your own reward system or just be a way to engage students on tasks. This type of resource is great to make students accountable for their own work, and you can choose to use it in several ways: - Students who don't do a certain amount of work don't go to break/lunch/do a detention - Rewards for the students who complete it all - Competitions This PowerPoint doesn't just work for revision lessons, it can also be used for those lessons where you just need a bit of a break!
matthewgundry
Colour Coded Difficulty Help Flash Cards

Colour Coded Difficulty Help Flash Cards

A new, unique, take on the classic "Red, Amber, Green" traffic light-style flash cards. When students are working they display one of the three cards to show their teacher how they feel about the work they are doing. Green represents students who understand the task at hand, and maybe will finish earlier than everyone else, or who may need something more challenging. Amber represents students who are attempting the work, but it is challenging for them. Purple represents students who don't understand the work at all.
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