It assumes that you will be taking students through the different elements in class, with scope for them to then go away and work independently.
I make mention of 'the textbook' on some of the slides - I'm referring to the Cambridge textbook. I've left this on (the book has been useful!) but feel free to remove if you're not using it.
I go through:
- Getting started on the NEA
- Different kinds of investigations
- The importance of data and research
- The introduction and methodology sections (with examples)
- The analysis section
- Concluding and evaluating (with examples)
- An introduction to the original writing component
- An introduction to style models, with a short sample text
- Writing the commentary (with an embedded mark scheme).
This has worked well for my students this year. I hope it's useful to some of you!
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Not worth £10. Complete lack of detail. Don't bother buying.
I'm sorry you feel so strongly, e_dixon. I have used this bundle of 14 resources for the past few years, exactly as it is, with good results for students. I feel it is sufficiently detailed, as did the other reviewer judging by their verdict. Again, I'm sorry you feel that way.
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