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Its The Final Countdown
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So you have an exam tomorrow…DON’T PANIC!!! Here’s an idea to help you plan the last 24 hours before you show what your made of!
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How To Write A Good Report
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This document can help lower ability students to understand what they need to complete to write a good report of any kind
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Drafting Checklist
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This document gives suggestions to students on checking draft pieces of course work and assessments before handing them in
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Citing Sources Correctly
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This booklet shows students how to cite different resources within their essays and how to reference them at the end. Including the internet, books, journals, music and films
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Alternative Essay Terms
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This document gives students a choice of alternative words / phrases to use in their essays and assessments to stop them becoming repetitive.
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Revision Techniques
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This booklet gives several revision techniques as well as revision timetabling tips, stress and worry busters
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10 Common Mistakes In Exams
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This poster points out the the simple ways which could scupper a students exam success through carelessness
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Similes and Metaphors
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This worksheet allows students to understand the differences between similes and metaphors by using examples from Noyes The Highwayman
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Parts Of Speech
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This poster explains different parts of speech and gives examples. The poster includes definitions for nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs and others
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Onomatopoeia
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This worksheet allows students to understand what is meant by onomatopoeia by highlighting terms within a poem, creating their own and identifying examples within the Noyes poem 'The Highwayman' or a book they are studying.
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