World Cup 2022 Lessons


In Scottish Borders we often do live lessons for pupils across the authority to join in on the iPads and learn new skills. For the World Cup, I've created a series of beginners and advanced lessons using Keynote, Pages and Numbers.

On Keynote, pupils can create a World Cup app prototype. On Pages, pupils can make a digital sticker album. On Numbers, pupils can design a World Cup wallchart.

To allow teachers and pupils from across the world to use these ideas, I've created an eBook with the lesson outlines and video demos. You can download the book from the Apple Book store using this link:

I hope you find the resource useful - happy to take any feedback you wish to give as I'd like to do a similar project with my colleagues on the future.

All Comments

Posted on November 17, 2022

Great way to tap into student engagement while building skills! Thanks for the book and idea!

Posted on November 27, 2022

Thank you for the positive comments - glad you are enjoying it! Amazing to hear it's being used around the world :D

Posted on November 17, 2022

Just what I was looking for! Thank you!

Posted on November 18, 2022

What a fun book as we prepare for the start of the World Cup! The templates and tutorial videos throughout are helpful resources for students. Providing this authentic context is a great way for them to develop skills in these apps. Thanks for sharing!

Posted on November 23, 2022

Love the theme! I know how students in Scotland will really embrace this.

Posted on November 24, 2022

Thank you for this resource! We are using it in Manchester and the children have really enjoyed it! 👍

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