Teach Like a Hero
Teach Like a Hero
4.285892116182571523 reviews

'If you keep trying the same old things, you'll keep getting the same old results'. Imaginative teaching ideas help stimulate students and improve student retention. I don't claim to be an expert but I hope that some of my ideas will help other teachers.

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This resource is a set of 30 graph analysis questions that can be used to help students answer questions involving graphs in the Science GCSE. There are some graphs with questions to discuss with students, some with anomalies for students to identify and some which ask students to describe what the graph shows.

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kate8ford

2 years ago
3

This was really useful as I needed lots of examples of graphs quickly. However, lots of mistakes; the two which spring to mind are the Photosynthesis graph which shows oxygen production increasing as the light source reduces, and NaOH referred to as an acid. Also some duplication of slides so not 30, but who's counting.

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