Pregnancy and birth (KS3 science text - paragraph sort)

The exercise embedded below is based on a short text about the development of the embryo / foetus during pregnancy and what happens during birth. It demonstrates the "Paragraphs" activity, which is accessed via this button on the textivate menu screen:

The Paragraphs activity only appears if there are more than 3 line breaks in your text. Although it is called Paragraphs, you can in fact create the activity by placing line breaks (ie. click in text and press return) at key points in your text, or at the end of clauses or sentences.

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? (gap-fill example)

Here's another example of embedding a textivity on a blog. This gap-fill exercise is based on Shakespeare's sonnet XVIII.

The gap-fill exercise is accessed via this button on the textivate menu screen:

Note that if you click on the "textivate.com" image at the top left of the exercise, you'll be directed to the textivate front page. From there, you can access lots more exercises based on this and other texts.

Embedding textivate exercises

You can embed any public or shareable textivity on your own website, blog etc, just as I have done below.

If you open a text via the text browser, or via a direct hyperlink, or if you upload your own text, you will see a "share" button at the top right of all pages featuring that text. If you click this "share" button, you can copy the embed code into the html of your webpage or blog.

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