Revision central resource competition
As cramming season looms, we're looking for your fantastic revision resources to help win the day.
Got a great revision pick-me-up? An activity that never fails? A simply brilliant memory game?
Think more revision approaches, templates and games than revision packs - but we're interested in what really works in the classroom. Have a look at our Creative revision resources in Revision Central resources for more ideas.
Send in your resource, video or step-by-step instructions on how your revision activity works (along with any extra resources required) to be in with a chance to win one of the lovely prizes below:
If your resource is published on the site, you'll also receive a share of our annual royalties.
Winners will be announced on the site on Monday 30th April 2012.
How to enter
The competition is open to everyone, whether you’re already a Teachit contributor or not. Whichever way, the process is simple.
Resources can be submitted in Word (versions 97-2003 only please, no docx files), Publisher or PowerPoint formats. Video files in mp4, wmv, flv can also be submitted.
Please avoid the use of copyright images unless the relevant permissions have been obtained. You can however provide links to sources protected by copyright.
Email your resource to email@example.com (by Monday April 22nd 2012) with ‘Revision central competition’ as the subject line.
If you are submitting a video file, please post to Lindy Leslie, Teachit (UK) Ltd, Queen Anne House, 11 Charlotte Street, Bath, BA1 2NE.
Don't forget to include your full details (name, email, school and contact number) with your resource.
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch.
Facebook and Twitter Giveaway
If you are pushed for time, join our Facebook and Twitter (@Teachit) giveaway, and tell us about any interactive games, apps or web resources you like, which really work in the English classroom. The best idea wins an RSC Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers worth £50!
*Teachit is grateful to The Royal Shakespeare Company and Methuen (Bloomsbury) for supporting this competition.
The aim of the RSC’s education department is to support teachers to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to get pupils on their feet, working together to connect with Shakespeare. Taking our inspiration from the RSC 'rehearsal room' we offer tried and tested strategies that engage pupils from ages 4 to 19. Our research shows that through these approaches young people enjoy Shakespeare, build positive relationships and achieve more. To find out more go to http://www.rsc.org.uk/education/cpd/.
Methuen Drama is Europe’s largest drama publisher, with over 1000 plays in print, alongside annotated student editions, acting and performance books and career guides, as well as the New Mermaids and Arden Shakespeare series. www.methuendrama.com