Many teachers look for ‘fun’ and yet worthwhile learning activities to run in their final lessons of the school year. Erin Miller describes her tried and tested formula for the perfect end-of-term quiz
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Rejoice – the end of term is nigh! And yet, some teachers may be feeling a certain sense of dread about the last lessons of term…

The pressure to have a “fun” lesson to end things on a high can be acute, often combined with the feeling that we ought to do something worthwhile, and then compounded by the awareness that “everyone will be doing quizzes”.

Even so, I still say that there is nothing like a good quiz to round off the year and hopefully the structure that I describe below can help you to add some flair to your final lesson of this academic year.

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