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I specialise in ICT, Web Design and Computer Science subjects. I have taught in a range of environments to a varying degree of learners including: secondary, FE, prison education, course management in adult education and project coordination for socially and financially disadvantaged young people. I am now a Trainer Assessor in IT Apprenticeships and head up a BTEC Level 2 Study Programme.
Wheel of Fortune Word Game in Powerpoint (IMPROVED) includes editable animated colour wheel!
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Wheel of Fortune Word Game in Powerpoint (IMPROVED) includes editable animated colour wheel!

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This wonderfully animated word game that resembles the Wheel of Fortune word game works beautifully on a Smart Board. Each letter, when tapped or clicked rotates around showing what is hiding underneath and can be easily adapted to your own teaching subject and edited to your own needs. An excellent starter or plenary in a literacy class, hang-man related game or something to keep your learners happy developing their own game. It can also be used in language or ESOL classes to check understanding. *NEW* it now includes a beautifully animated and fully interactive wheel that, when tapped or clicked, spins indefinitely! You can use this wheel to help choose a team when answering questions or you can export it to any presentation you like! I would love some feedback about this, or any of my resources. Please note: this is a template for you to edit to your own needs. It is a fully functioning tool ready for you to add your own content and game ideas. Inappropriate feedback was added, reported and removed recently as a user presumed that "adapted to your own teaching subject and edited to your own needs" meant it was a ready-to-play game. If leaving feedback, please keep it relevant and appropriate.