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How do you use a text book in your lessons?

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by dotti1966, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. I use text books for the basis of presentations into which I build activities. I would use group activities but my classes are tiny 3/5 students only. I then use the book for homework, whether that is reading/note taking or homework. Personally I find the Marcouse book most useful when students are revising.It is a little dry.
  2. I use the Time2Resources powerpoints and bought a job lot of their revision guides for BUSS1 and BUSS3 . I gave them to my students over the holidays to focus their revision. They have been raving about them!

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