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(8 tenses) French Conjugation Table for Aller, Avoir, Faire and Être
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(8 tenses) French Conjugation Table for Aller, Avoir, Faire and Être

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Here is a very useful tool including the french conjugation of the four main verbs used at GCSE Level when studying French - aller (to go), avoir (to have), faire (to do) and etre (to be). It is formatted as a table and conjugates the verbs into eight tenses: present, imperfect, perfect, near future, simple future, conditional, pluperfect and past conditional (the last two are of higher level and are ideal tenses for students to use when wanting to gain the highest grades). This resource can be used for checking any pieces of work or as a checklist for the tenses that can be used in the writing aspect of the French GCSE.
French Introduction Lesson - Includes tasks!
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French Introduction Lesson - Includes tasks!

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This is a powerpoint for an introductory lesson to French. This is mainly suitable for primary teaching but can be used for first lessons with Year 7 at secondary level. The powerpoint has a great format including questions for students and answers. It covers two main topics - how to introduce yourself in French and how to form a basic conversation. Please feel free to leave any reviews/feedback!
Coastal processes and The Dorset Coastline
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Coastal processes and The Dorset Coastline

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This informative lesson, in the form of a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation, covers the key coastal processes of erosion, transportation, deposition and longshore drift. Then, using examples from the Dorset Coastline, the formation of coastal landforms is explained such as for headlands, bays, caves, arches, stacks and cliffs. After having gone through the powerpoint, a task for students is included on a separate document consisting of 12 questions based on the information taught from the slides, therefore making it a brilliant resource to use as a Geography lesson to students or as a possible revision tool. (Answers are included for the questions on the powerpoint!)
Example resource of a student Art Book - 1 (from Year 8)
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Example resource of a student Art Book - 1 (from Year 8)

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This is a brilliant resource that can be used by Art teachers to show as an example to students. It covers a series of different artist research pages (including that of Karl Blossfeldt, Henri Matisse, Dale Chihuly, Georgia O’Keeffe, Klari Reis and Karen Kamenetsky) and pieces of artwork, along with some teacher feedback. This tool can be quite useful to show to students as a guideline to how their work should be or as an inspiration for class work. Please feel free to give any reviews and feedback. A second Art Book is to be released soon as well.
Comprehension Paper for KS2 SATS –  3 mark questions
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Comprehension Paper for KS2 SATS – 3 mark questions

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This powerpoint can be used as an aid or revision resource as part of the preparation process for students taking their SATS Comprehension Paper. It includes any general tips that are vital to remember. The remaining of the slides are focused on how to structure an answer for a 3 mark question, along with an example question and answer as well as a mini task. Therefore, this is a straightforward and excellent resource to use for students at primary level.
Motte & Bailey - Yr 8 (2017) History Project - Papier-mâché Model - Teaching Aid & Class Handout
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Motte & Bailey - Yr 8 (2017) History Project - Papier-mâché Model - Teaching Aid & Class Handout

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Keywords: History Project (Year 8; 2017 Curriculum), William the Conqueror, Norman Conquest (1066CE), England, Motte & Bailey Castle, Mound, Motte, Moat, Palisade, Keep, Bailey. This is a ‘Year 8’ history project, that was assigned to students, as part of the curriculum of 2017, in London, England. Students were asked to research the historical subject of Norman fortifications, called ‘motte and bailey’ castles. This research was done as part of the history curriculum, taught to students, about William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest of England and Britain, after the Battle of Hastings, 1066CE. The students were then given the task to create a small scale, accurate representation, of a ‘motte and bailey’ castle, as a papier-mâché model, based upon its historical description, from the research. The students were to present their papier-mâché models to their history teacher and class, from which the best designs would be chosen to go forward as a ‘display piece’. This project, and its papier-mâché model, was one of those designs that was chosen as a ‘exemplary-piece’ of work, and as a ‘display piece’, for the upcoming teacher-parent open-evenings! The history project presented today, has been prepared as two pieces of teaching-aid: (1) As a teaching aid, and class room ‘hand-out’, Adobe Acrobat Ver_10 ‘pdf’ file; that includes an extra ‘PREVIEW SAMPLE’ pdf, of the purchaseable Powerpoint presentation that is being offered; these pdf’s are free to download, at no cost. (2) As a ‘MS Powerpoint 2010 Slide Show’ presentations (‘ppsx’), with two different types of transitions between slides: (2a) A ‘mouse’ ‘On Click’ slide show event transition presentation (‘ppsx’); sold for £1.85.(See author’s profile to seperately purchase this) (2b) As a ‘loop continuously until <Esc>’ running slide show presentation (‘ppsx’), accompanied with ‘Pipe & Tabor’ background music; sold for £1.85.(See author’s profile to seperately purchase this)
Motte & Bailey - Yr 7-8 History Project - Papier-mâché - Presentation (ON-CLICK Slideshow)
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Motte & Bailey - Yr 7-8 History Project - Papier-mâché - Presentation (ON-CLICK Slideshow)

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Keywords: History Project (Year 8; 2017 Curriculum), William the Conqueror, Norman Conquest (1066CE), England, Motte & Bailey Castle, Mound, Motte, Moat, Palisade, Keep, Bailey. This is a ‘Year 8’ history project, that was assigned to students, as part of the curriculum of 2017, in London, England. Students were asked to research the historical subject of Norman fortifications, called ‘motte and bailey’ castles. This research was done as part of the history curriculum, taught to students, about William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest of England and Britain, after the Battle of Hastings, 1066CE. The students were then given the task to create a small scale, accurate representation, of a ‘motte and bailey’ castle, as a papier-mâché model, based upon its historical description, from the research. The students were to present their papier-mâché models to their history teacher and class, from which the best designs would be chosen to go forward as a ‘display piece’. This project, and its papier-mâché model, was one of those designs that was chosen as a ‘exemplary-piece’ of work, and as a ‘display piece’, for the up and coming teacher-parent open-evenings! The history project presented today, has been prepared as two pieces of teaching-aid: (1) As a ‘MS Powerpoint 2010 Slide Show’ presentations (‘ppsx’), with two different types of transitions between slides: (1a) A ‘mouse’ ‘On Click’ slide show event transition presentation (‘ppsx’); sold for £1.85. (1b) As a ‘loop continuously until <Esc>’ running slide show presentation (‘ppsx’), accompanied with ‘Pipe & Tabor’ background music; sold for £1.85. (See author’s profile to seperately purchase this) (2) As a teaching aid, and class room ‘hand-out’, Adobe Acrobat Ver_10 ‘pdf’ file; that includes an extra ‘PREVIEW SAMPLE’ pdf, of the purchaseable Powerpoint presentation that is being offered; these pdf’s are free to download, at no cost. (See author’s profile to seperately purchase this)
Motte & Bailey - Yr 7-8 History Project - Papier-mâché - Presentation (AUTO Slideshow with music)
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Motte & Bailey - Yr 7-8 History Project - Papier-mâché - Presentation (AUTO Slideshow with music)

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Keywords: History Project (Year 8; 2017 Curriculum), William the Conqueror, Norman Conquest (1066CE), England, Motte & Bailey Castle, Mound, Motte, Moat, Palisade, Keep, Bailey. This is a ‘Year 8’ history project, that was assigned to students, as part of the curriculum of 2017, in London, England. Students were asked to research the historical subject of Norman fortifications, called ‘motte and bailey’ castles. This research was done as part of the history curriculum, taught to students, about William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest of England and Britain, after the Battle of Hastings, 1066CE. The students were then given the task to create a small scale, accurate representation, of a ‘motte and bailey’ castle, as a papier-mâché model, based upon its historical description, from the research. The students were to present their papier-mâché models to their history teacher and class, from which the best designs would be chosen to go forward as a ‘display piece’. This project, and its papier-mâché model, was one of those designs that was chosen as a ‘exemplary-piece’ of work, and as a ‘display piece’, for the up and coming teacher-parent open-evenings! The history project presented today, has been prepared as two pieces of teaching-aid: (1) As a ‘MS Powerpoint 2010 Slide Show’ presentations (‘ppsx’), with two different types of transitions between slides: (1a) As a ‘loop continuously until <Esc>’ running slide show presentation (‘ppsx’), accompanied with ‘Pipe & Tabor’ background music; sold for £1.85. (1b) A ‘mouse’ ‘On Click’ slide show event transition presentation (‘ppsx’); sold for £1.85.(See author’s profile to seperately purchase this) (2) As a teaching aid, and class room ‘hand-out’, Adobe Acrobat Ver_10 ‘pdf’ file; that includes an extra ‘PREVIEW SAMPLE’ pdf, of the purchaseable Powerpoint presentation that is being offered; these pdf’s are free to download, at no cost. (See author’s profile to seperately purchase this)
Trenches - features of trenches and how effective they were during WW1
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Trenches - features of trenches and how effective they were during WW1

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This is a lesson in the form of a Microsoft Powerpoint, based on the topics of the use of trenches in the First World War. It includes a few tasks and clear but detailed information on certain aspects and features of the trenches such as fire bays, traverses, barbed wire, sandbags, dugouts and many more. It also describes the living conditions and the sanitary problems soldiers had to face whilst living in trenches. At the end, an overall judgement is made on how effective trenches were in the First World War, based on their benefits and disadvantages. Therefore, this is a brilliant resource with excellent information on trenches to teach to students.