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Im making revision board games with my year 10's at the minute and they are loving it, there is a template on here but I let them create their own they have been really imaginative and after their made we play them as plenaries in other revision lessons.
I've got my Year 10's doing presentations on how religion is portrayed in the Media, with each student given a different group or example to research.
I also used Make Bradford British as a starter lesson, on channel 4 OD.
alltalkI've got my Year 10's doing presentations on how religion is portrayed in the Media, with each student given a different group or example to research. I also used Make Bradford British as a starter lesson, on channel 4 OD.
I hope you have a good editing system - I recorded it and gave up after about the first 5 minutes of f*** this and that - I can edit but there was so much I decided not to bother!
I just used the introduction where they explained the experiment and the last five mins of the 2nd episode where they explained what they had gained from it. The kids did an activity from that explaining what they thought each group might do or say, and we linked it to media etc.
You are so right though, I thought it would be great before I watched it, but far to much swearing to use much more of it!
If you put in revision in the search then go keyword matches secondary the board game template comes up but I didnt use it as ive had much better versions that the kids have catered to their interests like football, fishing, bowling- can you tell my class is full of boys!
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