Includes notes for themes 1 through to 5 Can be used for other exam boards Key evidences are highlighted Good resource for finding evidence for essays
These are all the key quotes for the main characters in the plot: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Banquo, Duncan, Malcom and Macduff. Can be used for a quote analysis lesson, as a revision poster or a PowerPoint.
Contains over 15 exam questions, with them addressing different themes Different to exam board questions Does not include theme 5 - interpretations In a table so you can record completion and scores to track progress
Covers the whole of topic 2 briefly Stimulus revision Can be downloaded and edited to modify for your students
For Edexcel A-level history Ireland and the Union Industrialisation in Ulster - covers the whole topic in a summarised format Contains key evidence for essays
Topic 2 - Genes and health - notes all in this PDF Can be used independently or as part of an activity/worksheet
This is revision notes for the whole of this topic, otherwise called Depth 2 for A-level history Can be used for GCSE and other exam boards, but may not contain all the information needed
Contains revision for every sub-topic in AS/A level psychology attachment. Notes include methods used in studies, findings of studies and evaluations of studies.
Revision resource to help jog memory and briefly go over the topic
Includes revision notes and self assess questions to check knowledge is understood Topics include Succession Habitats Photosynthesis Factors affecting abundance and distribution Climate change - causes, effects, consequences, evidence and reducing climate change Extrapolation of data Speciation and evidence for evolution Energy transfer Hardy-Weinberg Chi squared
This is a detailed resource covering the introduction to attachment for the A-Level AQA psychology course. This is the first section in the specification for the topic of attachment. Can be used for other exam boards too. Other resources for this topic are also available on my page soon.
Summary notes from Lenin to Yeltsin covering theme 4. All the evidence that can be used in paragraphs are highlighted in red. Anything in bold is recommended for you/your students to know.
This includes notes for the whole topic with evaluations of all the studies. There is also a key word document that comes with this download.
PowerPoint summary of social influence including all the research studies findings and evaluations. Useful for recap, summing up at the end of topic and could be used as flashcards.