These are updated following response from AQA to confirm queries on structure. Hours of work, checked with the exam board and all yours for a measly fee. Check out the Paper 1 Guidance on the link below or look at kimi2301 to find the companion. Also only £2.
All of the essential information on Edward and Mary on 1 sheet. Can be pasted to PowerPoints or made into flash cards. Knowledge quizzes to come which are based upon these sheets. Students said they helped them to feel revision was manageable.
As many exam questions as I could write for each of the question types. Guidance on how to write them, including structure, exemplars and tables with detailed information for compare and factors questions.
Specifically designed for the AQA Course to include all of the new specification materials. As many exam questions as I could find and activities aimed at ensuring pupils have the knowledge needed to answer exam questions.
Knowledge Organiser including entire section covered by the Specification on One Sheet. Student A3 Sheet to complete for Revision. PowerPoint with a range of activities to support students in completing the sheet. Some of my students have completed this (Part One) at home on their own, I will use for after school intervention and am currently using as an activity in my Intervention Form. Part 3 to follow soon.
You have a fully completed Knowledge Organiser, a sheet for pupils to complete and a PowerPoint including Dingbats, some interpretations and various activities for pupils to use to complete their sheet. You can either attach to website for pupils to complete at home or use in Revision Sessions.
Part 2 and 3 to follow shortly.
Comprehensive Subject Knowledge Revision for this Unit. PowerPoint, Knowledge Organiser, Blank Knowledge Organiser for Pupils to complete as they go through and Resources to complete with activities on PowerPoint. I use this for Intervention Form and after school Intervention and will use in class if we have time left for revision!
All the essential knowledge condensed into one/two sides of A4 per Key Question. Knowledge Quizzes and more to come. Students and staff have commented that they made revision manageable. Detailed examples and facts and figures included for AO1 evidence and contextual knowledge for AO3.
These Marking Checklists are an easy way to check that your pupils have notes on all content covered by the Specification and have greatly reduced the amount of time I spend marking. They are designed to be used alongside separate assessment of Exam Questions.
I have also included simple RAG checks for pupils to help them identify areas they need to concentrate their revision on and help you to plan revision.
Specifically designed for AQA but useful for other specifications too.
3 Revision Sessions - fully resourced and a revision guide including exam questions.
2 Activities led revision sheets pupils can complete at home.
All You need to get them started:
Student Guides (one for A Level and one for AS) - including every extract question I could find typed so they can also be copied and pasted to PowerPoints for feedback (have not included most recent AQA Exam questions as used for mocks).
Cornell Style Note-taking Booklet complete with the 6 Key Questions.
Learning Log to train students into good habits - particularly useful for tracking NEA Independent study.
Resource Record - great for feedback on flipped learning and for NEA.
Entire unit for Part One: Medicine Stands Still.
Bundle includes lessons, homework tasks, practice questions I have written myself, guidance on exam question structure and is designed to prepare students to take an end of unit test on the 4 questions for Paper 2 Section A.
Learning resources are included, however, there are a couple of tasks which involve pupils using the Oxford Thematic Studies textbook.
A resource to be used with pupils in class or that they can complete at home to revise Medieval Medicine. Detailed evidence is presented to students who are asked to categorise and evaluate change and continuity and the role of factors.
In summary pupils will complete a one-page sheet to sum up the main developments. They are then asked to evaluate two interpretations of Medieval medicine and determine which they agree with the most. There is also a how useful question with structure strip.
This has proved really effective when used in class and in interventions. More able students have also been able to use as homework.