William Harvey Exam Style Activity


William Harvey Exam Style Activity


William Harvey Exam Style Activity

This 1-9 GCSE History resource helps students prepare to answer examination style questions. An information sheet is accompanied by exam style tasks and a prompt sheet that guides them through one method of addressing the questions. This can boost learners confidence and the prompts are useful reference points if peer marking is used.


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