I am a senior examiner for AQA at A level and have extensive teaching experience. My resources are designed to be easy to follow, and can be used by teachers at any level.
This short scheme of work is intended to give students the opportunity to re-visit the content of the Water and Carbon Cycles topic, whilst improving their time management and practising a range of revision techniques which will give them the resilience to revise more efficiently in their own time.
The lessons go through the course content in a logical order and students are encouraged to embrace familiar techniques such as flash cards, as well as those which may be less familiar, such as 'Read, Cover, Write, Check.'
Every lesson comes with an accompanying worksheet which includes everything from the Power Point, and means that students can easily file their notes and return to them.
Please note that these lessons do not contain detailed subject content for the re-teaching of this topic. Students are directed to re-visit their own notes from lessons on this topic and also to use the text books and revision guides, especially if there are any gaps in their files. The books I would recommend are the Oxford Human Geography Book and the CGP Revision Guide.
The lessons include:
Model answers for 12 practise questions.
Short quizzes on key terms
Exam tips and motivation
Frequent reference to the specification
Also included when you purchase this resource:
A word and phrase bank which is divided into relevant sections and referenced throughout the scheme of work.
A booklet containing every question from the specimen papers and additional specimen papers, and from the 2017 AS paper; with space for students to write answers.
A booklet containing the relevant figures for all the specimen questions.
A booklet containing the AQA mark schemes for all the specimen questions.
Best wishes to you and your students. Please leave a review.
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A revision scheme of work for Changing Places*
Please note that the previews show distortion to some of the files but that once you download them, everything is neat, organised and nothing overlaps.