I wrote a blog not so long ago about how I avoided starters now and consistently and constantly revise key bits of information about texts studied at GCSE. The full blog is here.
Well, here are the questions to go along with that. The idea is very simple. The students, after studying the poem, answer the questions. If they can’t answer them, we learn the answers. Then, I test students a lesson, a week, month or term later. The revision is constant. The knowledge revised is only a small part of the poem. They represent the tip of the iceberg, but a good tip to cluster other knowledge around…
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