Page Perfect

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liam.watson1990
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Quiz to test the students' knowledge of what they can and can't do in their exercise books.

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Question 1

Question
Which three things should you write on the front of your exercise book?
Answer
  • Name, Class, Subject
  • Name, School, Year

Question 2

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Which colour pen are you allowed to write in?
Answer
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Black
  • Green

Question 3

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What type of date should you write in your book?
Answer
  • Short date (01.09.2015)
  • Long date (Tuesday 1st September 2015)

Question 4

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Where should you write the date in your book?
Answer
  • Top line on the right hand side
  • Top line in the centre of the page
  • Top line on the left hand side?

Question 5

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Should the title be on the same line as the date?
Answer
  • Yes
  • Sometimes
  • No

Question 6

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All questions should be numbered or lettered where?
Answer
  • Before the question after the margin
  • Before the question inside the margin
  • After the question

Question 7

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I should use white out when I make a mistake.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

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I am answering questions, I have left a line between each one, is this correct?
Answer
  • Yes
  • No

Question 9

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I should start a new page every lesson.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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When should I tear out a page of my exercise book?
Answer
  • Never
  • When I make a mistake
  • When I make multiple mistakes
  • When the teacher instructs me to do so
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