An extract from a comedy drama named 'Teaching Matthew' in which teenager Matthew disagrees with his big brother about the value of education and exams. Matthew's brother encourages him to revise well ahead of the exams, and a range of strategies and advice is given.

This clip is from:
Scene, Teaching Matthew
First broadcast:
22 March 1994

Students could identify the different elements that make up good revision practice. Try to elicit such things as a revision timetable, dedicated study area, frequent breaks and ways to remain motivated. Students could make a revision timetable following the advice in the clip. Ask them to analyse where they currently study. Is there anything they'd like to change or improve?