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Thursday 23rd March 2017

Revision resources

Send your students off for the Easter holidays armed with some interesting and engaging GCSE and IGCSE revision activities.

Tasks range from exam practice to building a bank of useful quotes.
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Lindy Leslie

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Revision resources

Building a bank of multi-purpose quotes

Students choose 'key quotes' from a text they are studying and apply these across a number of different themes. Helpful for students taking both open and closed book exams.

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Revision questions

A selection of questions for students to answer about the poems in the WJEC Eduqas GCSE poetry anthology. Great for exam preparation.

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Looking at language techniques in H is for Hawk

A close look at the language choices in the extract from Helen MacDonald's H is for Hawk. The extract features in the Edexcel IGCSE Anthology (2016).

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GCSE English Language revision mat

A reflection mat for students to evaluate their own target areas and select strategies to address these.

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Poetic terms posters

Help to embed key terms students need for the unseen poetry element of the exam.

Featuring a range of poets including John Clare, Wilfred Owen and Grace Nichols, our posters provide support and an engaging visual prompt for teaching poetry.

From Hachette Children’s Group: Franklin Watts and Wayland

Encourage a love of reading for pleasure with our range of high-interest reader development titles. The EDGE series supports and engages reluctant readers with exciting fiction and non-fiction designed to get pupils reading with confidence. To view our full range of EDGE titles, including those that have been quizzed for Accelerated Reader, contact your Hachette Childrens Group schools representative via jackie.quinn@hachettechildrens.co.uk.

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