Cornell notes: printable templates & guide

Cornell notes: printable templates & guide

Learn how to use the Cornell note taking system with this guide and printable PDFs. The PDF templates have been designed to minimise ink/toner use in printing. Never buy another pack of lined paper again! Included in this pack: * Double-sided printable template - A4 size * Double-sided printable template - letter size * Cornell notes guide - Google Slides presentation * Cornell notes guide - PDF
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Quiz bundle #2: 5 Trivial Pursuit-style quizzes

Quiz bundle #2: 5 Trivial Pursuit-style quizzes

Please note: these quizzes are intended for high school students, and have some very tricky questions! You may not want to use them with younger students. Included are links to five tried & tested 30-question trivia quizzes, divided into the Trivial Pursuit categories: Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, Sports & Leisure.
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Quiz bundle #1: 5 Trivial Pursuit-style quizzes

Quiz bundle #1: 5 Trivial Pursuit-style quizzes

Please note: these quizzes are intended for high school students, and have some very tricky questions! You may not want to use them with younger students. Included are links to five tried & tested 30-question trivia quizzes, divided into the Trivial Pursuit categories: Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, Sports & Leisure.
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Study skills

Study skills

This lesson forms part of the year 7 PSHCE curriculum, after identifying that approaches to study skills hadn't been taught in other lessons. Students were struggling under the load of homework, so demonstrating some effective tools to lighten the load was seen as important. By the end of this lesson, you should: • Know a handful of tools you can use to help you understand complex topics • Understand that there is more than one approach to studying • Know that you need methods that work for you Vocabulary • Active learning • Passive learning • Precis • Cornell notes • Mindmap Resources provided • Google Presentation • Example Cornell notes • Printable Cornell notes page • Articles for precis exercise
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Cyberbullying awareness

Cyberbullying awareness

An introductory year 7 PSHCE lesson covering cyberbullying. Students learn about key concepts and design an awareness campaign. By the end of this lesson, students should: • Know what cyberbullying is • Know why cyberbullying is important • Understand the consequences of it • Know how to be responsible online • Know how to deal with cyberbullying Vocabulary • Cyberbullying • Trolling • Anonymity Students will be asked to create an awareness campaign about cyberbullying. This should involve designing a logo, agreeing key ideas in groups and designing badges, t-shirts, wristbands as well as posters to spread the message.
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Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS

Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS

A collection of four guides covering every aspect of the Extended Essay process for ITGS students, including: 1. Choosing a topic 2. Background reading 3. Primary research 4. Formal elements
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Sorting, filtering & queries in Microsoft Access – with Pokémon

Sorting, filtering & queries in Microsoft Access – with Pokémon

In this lesson, students will learn how to interrogate a large data set using sorting, filtering and queries in Microsoft Access. This lesson was developed for use with year 9 ICT students (age 13-14). Students will learn: • how to use ascending and descending sorts to find data in a large data set • how to use filters to narrow down search results • how to construct simple and complex queries in a database Resources included: • Lesson presentation • Data set (Microsoft Access database of 721 Pokemon) • Video tutorial demonstrating how to create a query • Quizlet stack of vocab • Teacher version of lesson presentation (complete with answers) • Teacher version of Access database (complete with queries)
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Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 1: choosing a topic

Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 1: choosing a topic

Learn how to tackle the first stage of writing your extended essay in ITGS by choosing a solid topic. Updated to meet the new EE criteria for 2017. Students will learn: • what makes a good topic for extended essay research • how to go about choosing their topic • how to formulate a research question Resources included • Printable PDF of the guide (23 pages) • Link to Google Slides version of the guide This guide was developed specifically for IB Diploma students studying Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS), but would be of use to any student undertaking their EE in a group 3 subject (Psychology, Economics, Business & Management, etc).
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Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 4: formal elements

Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 4: formal elements

Learn about the required formal elements in this third guide to writing an extended essay in ITGS. Updated to meet the new EE criteria for 2017. Students will learn: • how to write an effective introduction • how to conclude their essay • effective strategies for referencing • how to construct appendices • how to go about reflecting on the EE process Resources included • Printable PDF of the guide (27 pages) • Link to Google Slides version of the guide Intended use • This guide was developed specifically for IB Diploma students studying Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS), but would be of use to any student undertaking their EE in a group 3 subject (Psychology, Economics, Business & Management, etc)
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Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 2: background reading

Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 2: background reading

Learn how to tackle the next stage of writing your extended essay in ITGS by conducting secondary research. Updated to meet the new EE criteria for 2017. Students will learn: • how to find reliable, scholarly sources for use in their EE research • how to record their sources when they find them • about the importance of research databases Resources included • Printable PDF of the guide (24 pages) • Link to Google Slides version of the guide Intended use This guide was developed specifically for IB Diploma students studying Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS), but would be of use to any student undertaking their EE in a group 3 subject (Psychology, Economics, Business & Management, etc)
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Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 3: primary research

Acing the Extended Essay in ITGS guide 3: primary research

Learn about the fundamentals of social research in this third guide to writing an extended essay in ITGS. Updated to meet the new EE criteria for 2017. Students will learn: • about different approaches to research in the social sciences • about content, internal and external validity and how to improve each in their research • how to undertake a survey or interview effectively Resources included • Printable PDF of the guide (30 pages) • Link to Google Slides version of the guide Intended use • This guide was developed specifically for IB Diploma students studying Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS), but would be of use to any student undertaking their EE in a group 3 subject (Psychology, Economics, Business & Management, etc)
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ITGS IA project mark sheet

ITGS IA project mark sheet

A useful document that consolidates information from various sources to make it clear what is required for each criterion of the ITGS IA project.
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Bullying awareness lesson

Bullying awareness lesson

Year 7 PSHCE lesson about bullying, conflict and conflict resolution. By the end of this lesson, students should: ★ Know what bullying is ★ Know the difference between bullying & conflict ★ Understand why people bully ★ Know how to deal with bullying Four practical activities included to allow differentiation & choice for learners: skit, poster, problem page & matching pairs.
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Freebie: Trivial Pursuit-style trivia quiz

Freebie: Trivial Pursuit-style trivia quiz

The traditional six categories: geography, entertainment, history, arts & literature, science & nature, sports & leisure, with questions ranging from 100 points (easy) to 500 points (hard). The web-based quiz allows you to create teams and assign or deduct points based on teams' answers. A great, no-prep activity for form time!
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