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History Rocks Cafe Revision Menu


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The menu

With years of experience in examining, we’ve compiled a revision menu including our favourite exam revision methods. Students will so often do the least effective revision strategies and spend all of their time highlighting content. This menu ensures that your students divide their time equally among Content, Skills and Feedback. The menu suggests some of the most effective revision methods as recommended in recent studies.

Download this FREE History Rocks Cafe revision menu and display it in your classroom or print it for your student files. You can also add a copy to your virtual learning environment. This free menu is for A level and GCSE History teachers. Created by the presenter of the History Rocks Podcast, this colourful poster suggests different revision techniques in a fun and memorable way. As a result, give a boost your students’ confidence, skills and marks! So what are you waiting for, download your free revision menu today and help your students revise better!

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