The Christmas Broadcast 2014
Published on 25 Dec 2014
In this year's Christmas Broadcast, commonly known as 'The Queen's Speech',
Her Majesty recalls the Christmas truce of 1914
as she speaks of reconciliation and forgiveness.
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PART 2 Video (3.21 - 7.40 mins)

Exercises by Michael A. Riccioli (2014) using TEXTIVATE

Tile 2x6
Reconstruct the text by dragging the tiles into the correct positions.
Complete the top row first (left to right), then the next row, and so on until the text is finished.
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Tile 4x6
Reconstruct the text by dragging the tiles into the correct positions.
Complete the top row first (left to right), then the next row, and so on until the text is finished.
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Paragraphs
Re-construct the text by dragging the paragraphs into the correct positions.
Start at the top and work your way down.
(Paragraphs are determined by line breaks in your text).
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Million
Look at the 4 text options and click the correct one to continue the text.
Continue until the text is finished to win a million!
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Next Word
Re-construct the original text word by word by choosing each time from the 10 options.
You can choose to do the exercise 2 or 3 words at a time by clicking on '+ word'.
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Gap-fill (random)
Fill the gaps in the text.
You decide whether the word list is visible or not.
Each time you restart the exercise a different set of gaps will be used.
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Space
All of the spaces and punctuation have been removed from the text.
Click into the text to separate the words and put back the spaces and punctuation.
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No vowels
All of the vowels have been removed from the text.
Click into the text to type them back in.
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No letters
All of the letters have been removed from the text.
Click into the text to type the letters back in.
Use '+/- gaps' to change the number of words affected.
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Anagrams
All words of 2 letters or more have had their letters removed.
Click on a word block to see an anagram of that word, then click the letters in the correct order.
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Invaders
Click on the missing letters in the correct order to shoot down the falling blocks.
How many can you shoot down before you lose your 3 lives?
Careful! Incorrect clicks make the blocks fall faster...
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