Bubble’s guide to career paths into the digital industry for A-Levels in History, Business Studies, Economics and Business Studies.
This pictorial guide shows potential career paths either directly into the industry or via university degree courses.
This guide is also available as a download.
This homework was designed for students to complete before Y12 or just at the start. It complements Edexcel's Paper 1: Conflict, Revolution and Settlement. There are lots of tasks here to keep them busy which will help to develop their contextual understanding before beginning the course. Images have been acquired through a search engine filtered to "labelled for re-use".
A selection of flowcharts on the topics of: Murder/DR/LOC, Involuntary Manslaughter, Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person, Theft, Robbery, Blackmail, Criminal Damage, Fraud, Obtaining Services Dishonestly, Making Off Without Payment and Defences.
Useful for AS (Non fatal offences) and A2 Law students for approaching problem scenario questions.
The web site contains pupil directed self study work booklets, revision resources, practical work booklets, and other useful resources for teaching A-level Chemistry. The resources cover all areas of the syllabus. There are also booklets that are good reference sources for pupils (How to... guides) and a 'Chemistry Handbook&' which contains essential information & skill development for Chemistry students. The site includes excel spreadsheets to track pupil progress.
Click on each tab and the resources can be downloaded from the left hand side of each page.
This is a booklet where you can fill all your practical experiements and analyse all your data it includes the apparatus that you use in the experiment and empty boxes if you would like to draw diagrams.
The pracical included in the booklet are:
- Daphnia experiment
- Vitamin C experiment
- Beetroot permeability experiment
- Enzyme experiment
- others more
In biology you will need to know practical skills and be able to answer exam questions which are worth approximately 5-6marks and you must get all these points. Using the bookelt you will be able to record all the data you have collected in your experiments and ie. write down you independent and dependent variable and draw graphs and be able to analyse them.
Here are all my resources when teaching OCR Paper 1 The Cold War - events - Vietnam War....took me ages! hope it helps at least one person!!
I have put them in chronological order and the worksheets go with the powerpoints provided.
please comment if you find them useful so i know if to add more!