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At last…. a revision lesson with a difference which pupils will enjoy and teachers will too because it practically runs itself!
The lesson starts with a fact share activity with pupils exchanging and recording facts they can recall about the structure of and differences between plant and animal cells.
With the question version of the quiz on the interactive whiteboard, pupils write their answers on their recording sheet. This quiz has a built-in timer for each question but the teacher has control of movement between slides to move from question to question.
The answer version of the quiz is then put on the IWB and pupils mark their answers. This version also shows the questions so it is easy for the teacher to go through any explanations necessary.
The facts on the fact sheet are mapped to the question numbers in the quiz. Pupils now match and colour on the fact sheet, the numbers of the questions they had wrong on the pupil recording sheet. They then have, to take away with them, a clear and permanent record of facts to be learned.
Pupils then tackle the worksheet which is differentiated over two versions.
Finally pupils use the answer/mark scheme PowerPoint to either self-assess or peer assess their answers to the worksheet.
To use this resource as a plenary, omit the fact share activity, work through the quiz and set the worksheet for homework and get pupils to self-assess or peer assess it at the start of the following lesson.
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Worksheets and homework from this module are also available separately.