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Teaching impressions of sources/representations

GCSE KS3 Literacy

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#1 neil mcdonald

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Posted 18 February 2014 - 08:59 PM

Back in October I was lucky enough to get out to a standardisation meeting for Edexcel. It was a bit of me getting back into GCSE and more importantly trying to support kids to understand that after three years of banging on about sources I was now talking about representations. Not easy. I made this poster to help explain the use of loaded language. I hope you like it.


Attached File  Understanding sources.pptx   100.62KB   463 downloads

Bernard Woolley: Have the countries in alphabetical order? Oh no, we can't do that, we'd put Iraq next to Iran.

Bernard Woolley: That's one of those irregular verbs, isn't it? I give confidential security briefings. You leak. He has been charged under section 2a of the Official Secrets Act.

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 06:45 PM

Thanks for sharing this Neil.


It is clear and eye-catching.



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