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Easily Confused Words - Quite and Quiet Teaching Resources

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Easily Confused Words - Quite and Quiet

'Easily Confused Words - Quite and Quiet' is a handy PowerPoint presentation focusing on spelling skills and near homophones. It explains the difference between 'quite' and 'quiet' and teaches pupils how to use 'quite' and 'quiet' in the correct context.  Content includes:

  1. 'quite' and 'quiet' definitions and examples.
  2. Consolidation of understanding activity.
  3. Peer assessment task.
  4. An accompanying worksheet.

'Easily Confused Words - Quite and Quiet' can be used as a starter activity, incorporated into a lesson or developed into a lesson on wider spelling rules and near homophones.

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