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Spencer Brown

Effective Revision

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This workshop will provide a strategy for pupils and teachers that starts with the fundamental building blocks. It will demonstrate how to plan a revision programme for different levels of ability. The games, worksheets and cards have all been tried and tested in the classroom.

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To make revision more enjoyable for my GCSE students I used to set up a University Challenge type game. Each lesson covered four of the course topics. Students were put into groups of four. Each student was given a topic. It was their responsibility to devise questions on this topic for homework. These questions had to be based on information from the textbook or from previous history lessons. During the actual game the students from one team would ask questions of the other teams. The winners was the team with the most points at the end of the lesson. For homework they were allocated topics for the next lesson.

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