Keyword Checker

 
 

Key words relating to Castro's rule of Cuba

The "Keyword Checker" helps teachers and students check if an essay uses the most important key terms for a topic.

How to use it in class:

  1. The teacher decides on the themes and keywords to be included (maybe in discussion with the class).
  2. These can then be inputted into the "Keyword Checker" and saved.
  3. The generated link can then be shared with students, so they can test their essay against the keyword list before handing it in.
  4. The teacher can also use it as part of the marking process to check that essential content has been covered!

Click here for a sample which loads the boxes up with keywords and an essay on the Origins of the Spanish Civil War.


Paste keywords here (one per line)
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Paste the essay here
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Some ready-made lists:essay

Compare and contrast the impact of World War One and World War Two.
Why did Franco win the Spanish Civil War?

'Neither radical nor successful' - to what extent do you agree with this assessment of the policies of Tsar Alexander II?
Analyse the main causes of tension in Palestine between 1914-1939.
Compare and Contrast the reigns of Tsar Alexander II and Tsar Alexander III.
How did the early years of the Cold War (1946 to 1956) affect the political and social life of the United States? 
Key words relating to Castro's rule of Cuba
To what extent was World War Two a period of progress and development?
What caused the February Revolution of 1917?
What was the impact on Spain of Franco's victory in the Spanish Civil War?
What were the main causes of the French Revolution?
What were the most frequent causes of 20th century wars?
Why was Hitler able to become Chancellor of Germany in 1933?
Would the October Revolution have occurred without the input of Lenin?


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