A useful resource for teaching Macbeth across all age groups. This lesson looks at the difference between a play and a novel and also allows your students to act out a scene from Act 3 Scene 3.
It is quite a short lesson however, you could adapt it so that students have to answer an exam question based on their opinion or from a past paper.
A pretty good lesson powerpoint going over the CPU in a computer. Students are asked as a starter to think of what components go on a motherboard along with a few other questions.
Learning Objective: Describe and Understand the function of the CPU
Outcomes: State the purpose of the CPU and describe the function of it. Explain how common characteristics of CPUs affect their performance.
An essential resource which guides students through the how to revise cycle. With our students getting close to the end with exams, it is vital that they know how to revise and what they need to do to expand their knowledge and pass their exams.
For each unit there is a revision booklet with questions to which students can answer. They can then refer to the mark schemes provided. There is a booklet for both Unit 1 (Exploring Modern Texts) and Unit 2 (Poetry Across Time). This should hopefully help in conjunction with your own resources to help Year 11 students and their exams. These documents cannot be edited.
This mock exam is free for distribution and for use of teachers and students. It is recommended for use with the OCR examination board but can be used across all major exam boards.This mock exam is out of 54 marks and has been prepared by myself. There is also a powerpoint presentation that you are welcome to adapt in order to fit your lesson!*NEW* Mark scheme now included
This lesson is for use on the OCR GCSE Specification but it can be used for all specs. Feel free to amend each task.
Update: Also included a slide which talks about the Economical and Technological Factors which may influence the decisions made in a business
This lesson will help students demonstrate the key skills which they should have learnt already in Python (although a recap is provided). Students at the end of the lesson should have a fully working python game in a window, using tkinter and random, which should be playable.
This lesson is adaptable to meet all student needs. Please note that no worksheet has been provided for the final activity on Input 3.
This is a lesson for creating a program which makes use of the tkinter function. This incorporates labels, buttons and menus too!
Feel free to expand on this but it should take a minimum of 1 hour (potentially more depending on your classes ability)