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Easy to use resources that provide classroom, homework and/or revision tasks.

Easy to use resources that provide classroom, homework and/or revision tasks.
International Women's Day Quiz 30 Questions
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International Women's Day Quiz 30 Questions

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To celebrate International Women’s Day on Monday 8th March, 2021…a ready to use Power Point quiz with 30 multiple choice questions. Topics include: PIONEERS; LEADERS; SPORT; INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES; ENTERTAINMENT AND LITERATURE. 5 questions on each topic. One question per slide. Answer slide at the end of eac section.
2020 End of Term Quiz!
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2020 End of Term Quiz!

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40 questions! 20 about 2020 followed by 20 general knowledge questions. A ready to use Power Point. One question with 4 possible answers per slide. Answer slide at the end.
World Book Day 50 Question Quiz
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World Book Day 50 Question Quiz

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To celebrate World Book Day on March 4th a ready to use Power Point with 50 questions about children’s books. Five rounds with 10 questions each, including: missing words from book titles; characters; settings; opening lines and a picture clue round. One question per slide. Multiple choice for the first 4 rounds. An answer slide is provided at the end of each section.
'Exposure' by Wilfred Owen: Power Point lesson
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'Exposure' by Wilfred Owen: Power Point lesson

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A ready to use Power Point with a variety of activities to help students navigate the poem. A full lesson’s worth. Includes: a word cloud; contextual information with test questions; stanza by stanza questions; finding quotes; use of language techniques in the poem; prompts to explore themes and links to other Power and Conflict poems.
Power and Conflict: Planning a comparison
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Power and Conflict: Planning a comparison

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Two pages with an example of a 3 idea plan. Then 3 blank planning tables for poetry comparison questions involving: ‘My Last Duchess’, ‘London’ and ‘Kamikaze’ as the named poems. Question themes: Power and status; powerful feelings about place and power of Nature. Students will have to choose their 2nd poem and plan 3 pairs of ideas to ensure they compare.
Home learning literacy activities: Inference
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Home learning literacy activities: Inference

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One hour’s worth (at least) of literacy activities to use with your child at home. Includes a starter, some key knowledge tasks and challenge/extension activities. Answer sheet provided at the end. Key knowledge/skill: INFERENCE Most suitable for KS2 but covers important skills for older students too. Designed to be printed off but could simply be viewed on screen once downloaded. Work could then be completed in a notepad or exercise book.
Home learning literacy activities: Vocabulary
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Home learning literacy activities: Vocabulary

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One hour’s worth (at least) of literacy activities to use with your child at home. Includes a starter, some key knowledge tasks and challenge/extension activities. Answer sheet provided at the end. Most suitable for KS2 but covers important skills for older students too. Key knowledge/skill: VOCABULARY Designed to be printed off but could simply be viewed on screen once downloaded. Work could then be completed in a notepad or exercise book.
An Inspector Calls GCSE Literature
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An Inspector Calls GCSE Literature

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A helpful variety of revision and exam preparation resources about the play. Including: worksheets on tension in Act 1; using quotations; quotations about social class and attitudes to women; character files; planning an exam answer; revision and recap quizzes and activities. Suitable for a range of abilities.