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This simple word document is free and summarises the Conditioning theories of Pavlov, Skinner and Thorndike. It is useful for use with students of Psychology or PE.
This is a simple two page document that summarises what students at A Level need to know in relation to:
This is a PowerPoint considering the impact of the assassination of President Diem of South Vietnam and the hand over of Presidency to Johnson after Kennedys assassination. The PowerPoint considers the differences between South and North Vietnam and the questions and attitude of President Johnson in 1964.
This is a PowerPoint considering the legislation and representation functions of Parliament. This is ideal for Politics AS Level students and can be used to guide the lesson. There is also additional information and examples on the notes pages.
This free resource allows you to llok at your score in the multi stage Fitness test, find out your predicted Vo2 max and then compare your Vo2 max score to national averages. It is a great, simple, but effective resource and its free!!
A powerpoint explainjing how to form and use the perfet tense in Spanish. Contains an in depth explanation of the grammatical rules used to form this tense and also exceptions to these rules. The powerpoint also contains practice exercises and a link to a website for further practice and reinforcement.
A powerpoint explaining how to form and use the future tense in Spanish. Contains detailed explanation of grammatical rules and exceptions to these, as well as practice exercises and a link to a website for further practice.
A simple but effective SMART board task whereby students can move the three styles of Autocratic, Democratic and Laissez Faire on the board to match up with the scenarios.
This is a PowerPoint considering an introduction to Henry VII and the early problems that he had, such as the role of pretenders.
This is a detailed PowerPoint considering the key events and stages of the Wars of the Roses. The PowerPoint provides a detailed overview of the period up until the Battle of Bosworth 1485.
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