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CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, microeconomy, banks, households, workers, trade unions, TC, ATC

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, microeconomy, banks, households, workers, trade unions, TC, ATC

CIE has five parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 36 MCQ and answers for part 3: “Microeconomic decision makers The microeconomy is an important area of study, and the approach to learning taken here is through the role of the major decision makers: banks, households, workers, trade unions and firms.” or Money and banking, Households, Workers, division of labour/specialization, Trade Unions, Firms, economies and diseconomies of scale, Total cost (TC), average total cost (ATC), fixed cost (FC), variable cost (VC), average fixed cost (AFC), monopoly markets Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
Powerpoint Version:  Edexcel English Language GCSE Paper 2: 30 Labelled lessons/extracts/resources

Powerpoint Version: Edexcel English Language GCSE Paper 2: 30 Labelled lessons/extracts/resources

This SOW will save you a WORLD of time- READY TO USE- it has taken forever to organise and correlate and is highly scaffolded and explicit. 30 lesson SOW: Edexcel English Language Paper 2 scaffolded with resources for low and high ability includes: Overview of MTP; Lessons ordered chronologically with resources for low ability and high ability- all clearly labelled; 10 different extracts; first 9 lessons cover word classes, language techniques, identifying and commenting on rhetoric, identifying and commenting on structural technique and identifying evidence to support a given point; 6 lessons on Question 3; 6 lessons on Question 6; 5 lessons on 7a; 4 lessons on 7b; scaffolded with explicit instruction; writing frameworks and planning worksheets for essay questions; a folder of 5 a day starters that are literacy orientated.
KristinaGeorge
War of the Worlds -Context Lesson

War of the Worlds -Context Lesson

An introduction lesson to War of the Worlds. Great for both KS3 and KS4 as you can adapt the lesson to fit the needs of your pupils. The lesson focuses on the pupils making predictions based around certain images included on the powerpoint. These images link to the radio broadcast of War of the Worlds. Pupils then listen to the radio broadcast to see for themselves and answer some empathic questions based around the broadcast.
jessomalley
KG Math Practice 1-10

KG Math Practice 1-10

The pack includes the activities below (1 to 10) Count and write the number Colour the ten frame Draw the tally Draw more pictures to show the number Count and choose the correct number Match the number with the correct number in letters then write the word beside the number Put the numbers in the right column (even or odd) Write the number that comes after Write the number that comes before Circle or colour the smaller number Circle or colour the bigger number Put the numbers in ascending order Put the numbers in descending order Please ask any questions and download the sample preview before purchasing. All content can be downloaded and printed for your own personal classroom use. You may not resell or claim this product as your own. This item is bound by copyright laws and redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the Internet are all strictly prohibited without first gaining permission from the author
KholoudMorsyFarfalla
CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, allocation, Market equilibrium, disequilibrium, PED, PES, demand

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics, allocation, Market equilibrium, disequilibrium, PED, PES, demand

CIE has five parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 28 MCQ and answers for part 2: "The allocation of resources The fundamental principles of resource allocation are considered through the price mechanism in a market economy. The market forces of demand and supply, market equilibrium and disequilibrium, and elasticity form the core of this section. " Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
LV9 EDUQAS EXEMPLAR RESEARCH, PLANNING AND STATEMENT OF AIMS FOR COMPONENT 3, BRIEF 2: MAGAZINES

LV9 EDUQAS EXEMPLAR RESEARCH, PLANNING AND STATEMENT OF AIMS FOR COMPONENT 3, BRIEF 2: MAGAZINES

LV9 COMPONENT 3, BRIEF 2 (MAGAZINES) EXEMPLAR=Based on the structure I provided my students (Find resource here at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/component-3-entire-sow-coursework-tracker-and-task-list-for-brief-2-print-magazine-design-11876053) As this is my first time teaching the new Coursework, I have decided to complete the coursework with my students. My work is shared with the students as an exemplar, as there are currently very few/ if any, online. This resource can be used for moderation activities with staff and students as well a scaffold for students of varying abilities. I have now taught this unit and my students have submitted their final work with studnets feeding back that this helped them to solidify their visions/ aid them in creativity. This Resource includes: -LV9 250 WORD STATEMENT OF AIMS (MY EXAMPLE IS 272 AND WITHIN TOLERANCE OF EXTRA 10%) -2 front cover analysis of two separate magazine front covers within the Lifestyle genre. These should be annotated around the image with key Media Language, Representation and Audience terms. (2 A4 pages) -Double Page Spread analysis belonging to one of the two magazine publications you have already looked at. These should be annotated around the image with key Media Language, Representation and Audience terms. (1 A4 page) -Institutional research task- Create a 1 page summary of one of the magazine publications you have looked at. You should include: -The mission statement of the magazine -Who the target readership is -Observations about the style and content in the magazine. -A summary paragraph at the bottom of the sheet outlining what you have learnt and how you will apply it to your own production. (1 A4 Page) -Audience mood board outlining products and services the audience of your intended magazine will be interested in based upon your R + P. NOTE: I am following EDUQAS Teaching Model 1 in my teaching/ SOW. Moreover, each lesson has a task whereby students RAG (Red, Amber, Green) what they have learnt in the lesson against an Examiner checklist (Differentiation, peer assessment). (Each lesson is laid out as I teach my own class but I have added notes at the bottom of some of the slides e.g. on the Media Teaser, to aide teachers. All lessons are developed with differentiation, assessment/challenge as well as engagement entrenched heavily within all my resources. Moreover, constant reference is made throughout to the selected Examiner Media. If you liked this resource and found it useful, it would be greatly appreciated if you could feedback or rate my resource as I am constantly trying to adapt and refine my resources to improve the learning of my students. Many thanks.
BarberJake
Children's Book Week 2018 QR Code Treasure Hunt

Children's Book Week 2018 QR Code Treasure Hunt

Back by popular demand, the QR Code Short List Treasure Hunt is sure to engage students. The QR Code Treasure Hunt has a question for each of the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Short List books in the Early Childhood, Picture Book and Younger Readers categories. Visit https://www.cbca.org.au/short-list-2018 to view the Short List 2018. Instructions: Print out the QR codes and place them around the library (or school) Print out answer recording sheets for students Students scan the QR code, a question will appear - answer the question on the recording sheet Once all six QR codes have been found and six questions answered place answer sheet in an entry box The first fully correct answer sheet drawn from the box wins a prize!
JosephineLaretive
The Highwayman - KS2 Full Scheme of Work

The Highwayman - KS2 Full Scheme of Work

A complete scheme of work for a half term on The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes for KS2. The scheme explores the poem in depth with different genres of writing and builds up to the students writing The Highwayman in full prose and illustrating the story. I used with Year 5 at the end of the year. Could easily be used all across KS2.
rachelhartzell
Quiz : Summer Quiz

Quiz : Summer Quiz

A massive end of year quiz with loads of fun rounds designed to interest a wide range of student tastes (but still be a little educational too!) Rounds include: 2018 So Far, Music, Internet Fun and Jokes, Grammar, Spelling, Maths, Celeb in a Sandcastle and Name that Creature. The quiz is interactive, multiple choice and has hidden humorous youtube clips throughout the questions for extra clues or a commiseration giggle when the class get an answer wrong. There are two ways of playing - either as a whole class, or, you can put the quiz on slide view, skip the answers and read them out at the end (if your class would rather compete in groups). A score sheet and all answers are included. The quiz is completely editable too. If you like this, you can check out more of our whole school resources here: WHOLE SCHOOL RESOURCES You can also find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecteachresources/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ec_publishing and our website: psheresources.com
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CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost, PPC

CIE 2020-2022 iGCSE Economics economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost, PPC

CIE has five parts to its 0455 Syllabus This is 23 MCQ and answers for part 1: "The basic economic problem The first section of the syllabus introduces the fundamental ideas and concepts that underpin the study of economics including the basic economic problem, factors of production, opportunity cost and production possibility curves." Attached is the Q and A. students can write and explain and then present their answers and why they rule out the other options. maybe one 45min lesson here.
markdevonslade
YEAR 12 (MEDIA EDUQAS LINEAR): COMP1, SEC B: RADIO 'LATE NIGHT WOMEN'S HOUR'  AND INDUSTRY

YEAR 12 (MEDIA EDUQAS LINEAR): COMP1, SEC B: RADIO 'LATE NIGHT WOMEN'S HOUR' AND INDUSTRY

LESSON 24-27 IN THE SERIES OF SECTION B LESSONS: INDUSTRY= This QUAD continues to look at Late Night Women’s Hour and Industry issues. I have worked extensively on this series of lessons (7 lessons in total) as Staff, students and feedback from Media Teachers around the country have specified that this form is especially hard to teach with regards to student engagement and accessibility. This Quad lesson looks at: -The lesson is focused around a stimuli of two radio SAMS questions. After learning the content, students should then be able to attempt the question under timed conditions. -Platforms (E-Media, Broadcast and Print). PBS, LOCAL RADIO,NATIONAL COMMERCIAL AND INDEPENDENT RADIO. Variation in different BBC Radio brands/ channels. Convergence Theory. Trustworthiness of radio. Is it a dying medium? Marshall McLuhan ‘Medium is the Message’ and the Digital Divide. Varying content (Podcasts and DAB Radio). Scheduling and Prime time Stripping content Regulation Self-regulation vs Independent Regulation Types of Independent Regulator A* sheet for all forms The advantages of ‘LNWH’ and the delivery of content Market Liberalism Political Economist Pluralism “It could be argued that Late Night Woman’s Hour challenges the idea that media is controlled by a small number of companies driven by the logic of profit and power”. Do you agree or disagree? Create a for and against brainstorm, writing the question in the middle. Responsive task and peer feedback task in-built based upon Timed Response **H/W Task contained within the POwer Point as well as all links needed to content (Usually found in the notes section of the Power Point) ** Use of EDUQAS fact sheet breakdown as my students commented that they were finding this particular fact sheet hard to access (Differentiation). THIS LESSON INCLUDES ALL LINKS, PRINTABLE RESOURCE AND PRINTABLE RESOURCE SHEETS WITHIN THE POWER POINT This will be uploaded as a series of lessons on Component 1, Section Band will be part of a group of resources with different theories/terms as headings under each Exam Component. This lesson is therefore Ideal for those wanting to Team Teach or teach Component 1, Sections A and B at differing times. NOTE: I am following EDUQAS Teaching Model 1 in my teaching/ SOW and my school is only providing Media Studies at A-Level, as a Two- Year Course. Moreover, each lesson has a task whereby students RAG (Red, Amber, Green) what they have learnt in the lesson against an Examiner checklist (Differentiation, peer assessment). If you liked this resource and found it useful, it would be greatly appreciated if you could feedback or rate my resource as I am constantly trying to adapt and refine my resources to improve the learning of my students. Many thanks.
BarberJake
GCSE: Post-War Immigration

GCSE: Post-War Immigration

Ideal for AQA GCSE History. Britain: Migration, empires and the people: c790 to the present day. Photocopiable resources are hidden slides at the end of the Powerpoint file.
Prefectus_Castorum
Magic Words Powerpoint coloured flashcards 100, 200 and 300 (sight words).

Magic Words Powerpoint coloured flashcards 100, 200 and 300 (sight words).

Coloured flashcard Powerpoint presentations of the Magic Word sight words. Great for drilling the most important sight words. As a review activity I vary the speed to increase the challenge as necessary. Students find it fun trying to keep up when we go fast. Alternatively it can be used as an activity to practice using the words as a class by creating contexts through drama, speaking or writing.
crinoidea
World Population Day 2018

World Population Day 2018

This resource has been specially written for World Population Day 2018 which is on Wednesday 11 July. The focus is on world population growth, sizes and types of families, the advantages and drawbacks of being part of a large family, the ethics of encouraging people to have lots of children and the question of who should pay the cost of managing and supporting people who plan to have large families. It is designed as a series of tasks which would take several lessons to complete but you can dip in and out of the resources according to the level your students are at - there’s something for everyone from KS1 to KS5, even Reception classes could try the ‘Paper Chain Family’ exercise.
gesbcs
Prepare for the Challenge of A Level Physics - Summer Project CGSE to A Level

Prepare for the Challenge of A Level Physics - Summer Project CGSE to A Level

Get a head start to A Level Physics! Three experiments that you can do at home to help you bridge the gap between GCSE and A Level Physics! This is designed to set your new A Level class as a project over the summer holidays to help them bridge the gap between GCSE and A Level. A Level Physics is one of the greatest academic challenges that there is, but you can succeed in it if, like anything else, you prepare well for it. These three experiments introduce you to some of the key ideas and techniques that you will need to be a success at A Level Physics. It is designed to be used over the summer between your GCSE exams and starting the A Level course, but could be completed at any time. Each experiment has an introduction, some video guidance, a method and instructions to analyse the results. There are then some questions to get you thinking about the topic and the answers so you can check that thinking. This would also be a useful study for anyone currently taking A Level Physics, or a similar level Physics qualification, or anyone aiming for one of the top grades in their GCSE Physics.
KitBM
Lesson - The Fall of Edessa

Lesson - The Fall of Edessa

This is a lesson covering Zengi and the Fall of Edessa. There are a set of cards that can be ordered and sorted and tasks based around a reading activity. The source to be read and analysed is a primary source detailing the fall of Edessa.
andrewphilipmurphy14
Complete GCSE Resistant Materials Tests - 8 Tests covering all necessary theory for exams and practical (answer docs for each)

Complete GCSE Resistant Materials Tests - 8 Tests covering all necessary theory for exams and practical (answer docs for each)

Complete resource of theory tests for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Ideal as end of topic tests, exam revision tools, homeworks or for cover lessons. Included is 8 separate tests and answer docs covering: Wood Woof Joining Metal Metal Working and Forming Plastics Machine & Cutting tools Holding & Driving tools Fittings, Adhesives, KD joints, Smart Materials All are at least 20 min papers marked out of 20 or more. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools, materials and techniques from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods. 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper for each of the topics
daf01
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Metal Working & Forming Processes (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Metal Working & Forming Processes (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools, materials and techniques from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods. 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
End of Year Quiz 2018

End of Year Quiz 2018

4 round quiz. Should last 50 minutes All answers are in the ‘notes’ at the bottom of each slide. If you cannot find the notes go onto the ‘View’ option on the top (where you choose Home/Insert/Design/Transitions etc.) then select ‘Notes’.
emilyrugg
Place value: 9-digit resource pack A

Place value: 9-digit resource pack A

These are three whole class/group activities for secondary or more confident upper primary pupils to develop and reinforce understanding of, and mental dexterity with, place value and larger numbers. They each provide fifty two questions to ask around the class or group.
frondistiria
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Metal Material Properties & Selection (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Metal Material Properties & Selection (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools, materials and techniques from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods. 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Plastics Material Properties & Selection (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Plastics Material Properties & Selection (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of materials from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of materials 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Machine & Cutting Tools (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Machine & Cutting Tools (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools and methods 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Health, Fitness & Training

IGCSE PE (spec 2018) Health, Fitness & Training

You get the teacher worksheet, students worksheets and powerpoint on the Simple Biomechanics. Students can use books to aid them as well. There are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic). In the bundle you get the following: 6.1. Health & Well-Being 6.2. Fitness 6.3. Diet and Energy Source 6.4. Components of Fitness 6.5. Fitness Testing 6.6. V02 Max Plus an end of unit exam with questions and answers
simisterlucy
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Holding & Driving Tools (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Holding & Driving Tools (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools and uses 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Wood Material (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Wood Material (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 25 min paper marked out of 27. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of wood categories, standard forms and preparation Selection of woods for specific uses/properties with reasons Drawing of different woods and manufactured board 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Wood Joints (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Wood Joints (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of techniques from images provided Drawing/completion of stated joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods. 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.1/2/3/4/5/6. Simple Health, Fitness & Training Exam

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.1/2/3/4/5/6. Simple Health, Fitness & Training Exam

These exam questions are specifically about (Health, Fitness & Training) ready for the 2018-onwards exam. I have put the answers at the end of the exam for you. These exam questions are taken from section Health, Fitness & Training. 6.1 Health and Well-Being 6.2. Fitness 6.3. The Relationship Between Health and Fitness 6.4. Diet & Energy Sources 6.5. Components of Fitness 6.6. Test Protocols
simisterlucy
IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.6. V02 Max

IGCSE PE (new spec 2018) 6.6. V02 Max

This covers unit 2: Health, fitness and training: 6.6. V02 Max. You get the students worksheet, teachers worksheet with answers and powerpoint. Students can use books such as Cambridge IGCSE PE as well to answer the questions. Plus there are independent studies in the worksheet. Plus exam questions at the end. Please note that you may need to alter the powerpoint as I do my lessons on a mac. (Apologise for any grammar or spelling mistakes in advance, if you find some, as I am dyslexic) Differentiated Learning Objectives • All: Identify what V02 Max is and how it shows a person’s stamina (cardiovascular endurance) • Most: Describe how to measure cardiovascular endurance (stamina) by using V02 Max. • Some: Identify the factors that changes/after the amount of V02 Max a person has.
simisterlucy
GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Fittings, Adhesives, KD joints, Smart Materials (incl answers doc)

GCSE Resistant Materials Test - Fittings, Adhesives, KD joints, Smart Materials (incl answers doc)

Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson. 20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including: Identification of tools, materials and techniques from images provided Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods. 2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
daf01
Application of Computational Thinking in Drama

Application of Computational Thinking in Drama

Download my poster which includes example task ideas on how to apply computational thinking problem solving skills to Drama. The poster includes a range of tasks and classroom ideas that use key computational thinking skills! Computational Thinking is a skill set that can be used across the curriculum, not just within computer science! The logical approach to solving a problem means that it’s application can be used to develop and improve students ability to deal with difficult problems in a more rational way. The aim of my posters is to make you realise that many of the brilliant tasks that teachers facilitate week in, week out actually include computational thinking. It’s just a matter of making it more explicit! Update: High Resolution 2560x1440 in both PNG & JPEG Please leave a review!!!
RobbotResources
Application of Computational Thinking in Music

Application of Computational Thinking in Music

Download my poster which includes example task ideas on how to apply computational thinking problem solving skills to Music. The poster includes a range of tasks and classroom ideas that use key computational thinking skills! Computational Thinking is a skill set that can be used across the curriculum, not just within computer science! The logical approach to solving a problem means that it’s application can be used to develop and improve students ability to deal with difficult problems in a more rational way. The aim of my posters is to make you realise that many of the brilliant tasks that teachers facilitate week in, week out actually include computational thinking. It’s just a matter of making it more explicit! Update: High Resolution 2560x1440 in both PNG & JPEG Please leave a review!!!
RobbotResources
Application of Computational Thinking in Art

Application of Computational Thinking in Art

Download my poster which includes example task ideas on how to apply computational thinking problem solving skills to Art. The poster includes a range of tasks and classroom ideas that use key computational thinking skills! Computational Thinking is a skill set that can be used across the curriculum, not just within computer science! The logical approach to solving a problem means that it’s application can be used to develop and improve students ability to deal with difficult problems in a more rational way. The aim of my posters is to make you realise that many of the brilliant tasks that teachers facilitate week in, week out actually include computational thinking. It’s just a matter of making it more explicit! Update: High Resolution 2560x1440 in both PNG & JPEG Please leave a review!!!
RobbotResources
Subjonctif présent

Subjonctif présent

This differentiated lesson explains the subjonctif présent (present subjunctive) in several ways: First, the structure is compared to English equivalents. Second, the grammar is broken down in a very accessible way. Third, a flow chart guides students through the teacher’s inner monologue to encourage confidence and independence. Exercises for this introductory level of usage are followed by an answer key. Appropriate for secondary French (KS3, KS4, GCSE) and beyond.
ChrisLebourveau
PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Conclusions Exam Question

PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Conclusions Exam Question

PIN (Praise, Improvements, Next Steps) Marking and Feedback Sheet Geography - Extended Writing Task: ‘ ‘You will have carried out some human geography fieldwork as part of your GCSE (9–1) Geography course. Explain how your fieldwork conclusions improved your understanding of a geographical question or issue.’ [8] SPAG [3] Praise box for comments Improvements tick box and comment box **Next Steps ** box for comments, mark, grade and effort Use for: Exam practice - Example Questions - Indicative Content - Example Answers - Peer/Self Assessment Split into levels - Includes grading criteria taken from mark scheme.
Seanalldread
PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human  Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN (Praise, Improvements, Next Steps) Marking and Feedback Sheet Geography - Extended Writing Task: ‘You will have carried out a human geography fieldwork investigation as part of your GCSE (9–1) Geography course. - State your fieldwork question or hypothesis - Critically evaluate the methods you used to collect your data.’ [8] [SPAG 3] Praise box for comments Improvements tick box and comment box **Next Steps ** box for comments, mark, grade and effort Use for: Exam practice - Example Questions - Indicative Content - Example Answers - Peer/Self Assessment Split into levels - Includes grading criteria taken from mark scheme.
Seanalldread