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Count along with an eight-step magic trick

Watch a magician perform a magic trick with eight steps. Count each step. Find out what happens in the last step, step eight. Something is supposed to vanish. Do you think it will? Find out.

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English Years F-1 with Annaka: Writing a procedural text

In this lesson, you will learn how to write a type of procedural text about making a truck out of vegetables. Annaka demonstrates the important features of a recipe, and she provides the opportunity for you to make your own vegetable truck and write the recipe at home.

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How-To Writing for kids

A series of five short YouTube videos for students explains the processes for preparing for and writing procedural texts. Episodes feature: brainstorming ideas, writing an introduction, writing steps, making revisions and writing a conclusion.

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Fix the mix-up: conference: assessment: teacher guide

Use this resource with 'Fix the mix-up: conference: assessment' (L9687). First, see a profile of that assessment object, which gives you some helpful background information. Then follow clear guidelines on the marking and interpretation of student input. For each of the tasks, read notes on the three main anticipated levels ...

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Fix the mix-up: school assembly: assessment: teacher guide

Use this resource with 'Fix the mix-up: school assembly: assessment' (L9689). First, see a profile of that assessment object, which gives you some helpful background information. Then follow clear guidelines on the marking and interpretation of student input. For each of the tasks, read notes on the three main anticipated ...

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Fix the mix-up: advertisement: assessment: teacher guide

Use this resource with 'Fix the mix-up: advertisement: assessment' (L9690). First, see a profile of that assessment object, which gives you some helpful background information. Then follow clear guidelines on the marking and interpretation of student input. For each of the tasks, read notes on the three main anticipated ...

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Patterns for personalising your clothes

If you use paper patterns to make clothes that fit your body size and shape correctly, you get the added advantage of a unique garment that you won't see others wearing. See how to make a garment by downloading patterns from the internet and using them as a template for the fabric you have chosen.

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Procedural texts: let's make a banana split

Explore the three steps in a procedure; aim, materials and steps by looking at four examples. Discover the steps in making a banana split. Find the materials and ingredients you'll need for the banana split hidden in a classroom. Investigate the steps in making the banana split by taking photos. Put the jumbled steps of ...