Odd One Out – Coasts

Odd one out activities provide a nice thinking task that can be used as a lesson starter or as part of a revision session. Provide students with a group of words, which contain an odd one out. They are to identify which is the odd one out and give a reason for this. The example below is for coasts (click the image to download). You can differentiate by making the odd one less obvious as row E. See other examples in the teacher area.

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