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GCSE/IGCSE A speech exposing the dangers of Social Media | Safety Awareness in Schools!
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GCSE/IGCSE A speech exposing the dangers of Social Media | Safety Awareness in Schools!

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Grab this stunning speech that exposes the dangers of social media, and educate your pupils with the true image of the digital world, everyone engages in! With the implementation of superb vocabulary, and fantastically fun language techniques, the text of this lecture is ready for you to purchase! The answer within is ready-to-teach from, having been composed by a top student and overlooked by a fantastic teacher! Task: “Write a speech to your classmates about the dangers of social media.” MARKS: 30 When attempting this type of question, it is important to carefully ponder who the audience is (“classmates”), and which strategies you must implement in your answers to meet the requirements of obtaining full marks. (Click PREVIEW to have a sneak peek of the writings!) In GCSE or IGCSE examinations, writing the text of a talk has a high likelihood of coming up, so be sure to purchase this PDF, so you can obtain an insight of how to structure your responses and obtain the highest grades possible. Even if you are not desiring for IGCSE content, we hope this may assist in another aspect of the English course you are teaching/studying. Here is a basic breakdown of the different sections of Edexcel IGCSE English Language B: These sections comprise of: “A” being the place likely involving two unseen texts, which have to be to annotated, analysed and compared with each other. Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO2 & AO3. “B” is the time where pupils would be expected to write a piece of transactional writing (examples being: writing to inform/explain/review/argue/persuade/advise). Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO4 & AO5. “C” would be the part of the exam where a pupil would be given the opportunity to choose one out of three options of a style/genre of writing, and an imaginative piece of work would probably be included in this section . Examiners would look out for AO4 & AO5 in this portion of the paper. Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. Download Now to Access Every Page: ( 4 pages in total) If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. **Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 9780435182571 TAGS: English, GCSE, IGCSE, Exams, Language B, Course, Features, Learning, Class, Pupil, Teacher, Top, Useful, Colourful, Share, English for secondary schools, Activity, Speech, Lecture, Social Media, Dangers, Exposed, Talk, Digital, Media, Apps, Communication, Internet, Web, Google, Dangerous, Negative, Dark, Online world.
Exam Essay Writing Question "How does the writer present..." 10 marks | GCSE/IGCSE Question & Answer
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Exam Essay Writing Question "How does the writer present..." 10 marks | GCSE/IGCSE Question & Answer

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Need to help prep your pupils for English studies? Looking for top-quality solutions to past paper questions? Well, look no further… In this PDF, we ponder over a student’s answer to an exam question, which has been outlined in an essay-style response. Children will grasp how to tackle argumentative-essay replies, as the writing presented, follows a PEEACE paragraph layout. The following task appeared in a national examination paper, and is worth ten marks. This resource is ready-to-teach from, having been overlooked by a fantastic teacher! Question: “Explain how the writer presents his impressions of New York.” You should support your answer with close reference to the passage, including brief quotations. Total Number of Pages: 4 Here is a basic breakdown of the different sections of Edexcel IGCSE English Language B: These sections comprise of: “A” being the place likely involving two unseen texts, which have to be to annotated, analysed and compared with each other. Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO2 & AO3. “B” is the time where pupils would be expected to write a piece of transactional writing (examples being: writing to inform/explain/review/argue/persuade/advise). Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO4 & AO5. “C” would be the part of the exam where a pupil would be given the opportunity to choose one out of three options of a style/genre of writing, and an imaginative piece of work would probably be included in this section . Examiners would look out for AO4 & AO5 in this portion of the paper. Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. TAGS: English, GCSE, IGCSE, Exams, Language B, Course, Features, Learning, Class, Pupil, Teacher, Top, Useful, Colourful, Share, English for secondary schools, Activity, Task, Assessment, Test prep, Past Paper, Question with Answer, Top, Response, How does the writer, Language techniques, Grammar, Reply, Marked, Teacher. Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 9780435182571 We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
IGCSE English Language B Edexcel Identifying Audience and Purpose ~ Text + Audience + Purpose
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IGCSE English Language B Edexcel Identifying Audience and Purpose ~ Text + Audience + Purpose

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This is a PDF which will look through some famous texts. These include: -The Diary of a Young Girl ~ Anne Frank -Ellen Macarthur’s Autobiography -In the Empire of Genghis Khan -I have a dream ~ Martin Luther King’s Speech -The Great Railway Bazaar -Why All This Selfie Obsession ~ The Guardian -My Family Moved From Pakistan The aim of the lesson is to aid pupils to identify the key audience each piece is directed at. Furthermore, it also wants pupils to discover the purpose the narrator is trying to convey, what is the meaning behind each text… NOTE: This is an essential and great resource for GCSE and IGCSE students, as the work is concise; bright; and a must buy! DOWNLOAD NOW to access 100% answers to the above. These model answers have been typed by a pupil who has received a Grade 9 ( A*) in her IGCSE exams!* Total Pages: 6 TAGS: English, GCSE, IGCSE, Texts, Famous Authors, Audience, Purpose, Language, Grade 9 We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
Edexcel IGCSE English Task | Story writing titled: "The beginning" | Exam Question with Top Answer
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Edexcel IGCSE English Task | Story writing titled: "The beginning" | Exam Question with Top Answer

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The following task is an actual IGCSE exam question taken from a past paper, and in this PDF, we enlighten you to a top student’s response to the job at hand! Task: Write a story (true or imaginary) entitled ‘The Beginning’. Marks: 30 Note: This question is worth a substantial amount of marks in national exams, therefore it is necessary to pay close attention to the countless tools of language techniques and punctuation inserted in the creative writing pieces within this file. In GCSE or IGCSE examinations, writing the text of story has a huge likelihood of coming up, so be sure to purchase this PDF, so you can obtain an insight of how to structure your responses and obtain the highest grades possible. Even if you are not desiring for IGCSE content, we hope this may assist in another aspect of the English course you are teaching/studying. Language techniques that can be easily detected in this PDF, includes: -Simile* -Metaphor* -Alliteration* -Personification* -Onomatopoeia* -Repetition* -Power of Three* -Imagery* -Colloquial Language* -Dialect* -Hyperbole* -Oxymoron* -Pathos* -Assonance* Punctuation that can be easily accessed inside: -Full Stops* -Commas* -Parenthesis* -Semi-colon* -Question Marks* -Exclamation Marks* -Quotation/Speech Marks* -Ellipses* -Italics* These succinct pages of a novels, has been compiled/overlooked by a student who received a Grade 9 (Level 9/A*) in her IGCSE exams, thus do feel reassured these pages are top quality! With the implementation of superb vocabulary, and fantastically fun language techniques, the solution exhibited IS ready for you to purchase! The answer within, is ready-to-teach from, having been overlooked by a fantastic teacher! (Click PREVIEW to have a sneak peek of the writing!) Download NOW to access ALL Pages… Total Number of Pages: 8 NOTE: The writings disclosed within this file is computerised (printed and then pictured). As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. Tags: GCSE, IGCSE, Exam Question, Study notes, Tips, Student Answers, Response, Top quality, Full Marks, A* work, Level Nine, Top Grade, Writings, Test prep, Teacher, Secondary School, Marked, Features, Learning, Class, Assessment, Question with Answer, Top, Response, Language techniques, Grammar, Reply, English, Juxtaposition, Oxymoron, Simile, Metaphor, Assonance, Grammar, Language techniques, Hyperbole, Full stop, Semi colon, Power of three, Pathos, Italics, Ellipsis, Metaphor, Parenthesis, Onomatopoeia, Creative Writing, Story, Descriptive Writing, Exams, Edexcel, Past Paper, Novel, Exam Question, Study notes, Tips, Student Answers, Response, Theme of Stories, Trials of Life, Police, Tragedy, Long night, Policeman, Death, Line of Duty, Raging dispute, Neighbourhood, War, Gang, Bittersweet, Retirement, Writings, Student Stories. All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
AQA English Language paper 1 "The Tiredness of Rosabel" One Question with Top Two Responses! MARKED!
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AQA English Language paper 1 "The Tiredness of Rosabel" One Question with Top Two Responses! MARKED!

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Providing two answers to an AQA exam question, purchasers of this PDF will be enlightened to an array of answers regarding the following task in a past, national exam (further down.) These are taken from two top English pupils who have had their pieces of writings marked & corrected by a superb teacher! QUESTION: “How does the writer use language here to describe Rosabel’s feelings in the entire extract?” You could include the writer’s choice of: a) words and phrases b) languages features and techniques c) sentence forms. MARKS: 8-15 Be sure to examine the sneak peek provided to view the stunning solutions of the top-quality work disclosed within this file! With the implementation of high levels of superb vocabulary, and fantastically fun language techniques, the answers exhibited are ready for you to purchase! The work within this PDF has been typed up, in order to exhibit clear and comprehendible sentences for you and your pupils to enjoy! Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 9780435182571 NOTE: These concise answers have been compiled by students who achieved: Grade 7&9 in their IGCSE English exams, so undoubtedly the work is top quality and of high standards! Alongside this, a fantastic teacher overlooked the sample answers, erasing slight errors made. Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. Total Number of Pages: 6 If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
BEST Formal & Persuasive Speech to the Council | Top Sample Answer | GCSE English Formal Writing
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BEST Formal & Persuasive Speech to the Council | Top Sample Answer | GCSE English Formal Writing

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The theme of this PDF is to enlighten one on how to use the characteristic of persuasion in writings. This file presents a lecture on a heated topic, which was written to be aimed at a formal gathering of teachers and parents, with the inclusion of fellow classmates! In this document, you will gain access to a student’s top response on the following debatable topic… TASK: Write a speech to your local council regarding the need for local parks to stay open. (This is a 30 marks question, so be sure to smash the DOWNLOAD BUTTON to receive the full answer, which HAS BEEN MARKED and CORRECTED!) In GCSE or IGCSE examinations, writing the text of a lecture or speech has a likelihood of coming up, so be sure to purchase this PDF, so you can obtain an insight of how to structure your responses and obtain the highest grades possible. Even if you are not desiring for IGCSE content, we hope this may assist in another aspect of the English course you are teaching/studying. These succinct pages of a formal lecture, has been compiled/overlooked by a student who received a Grade 9 (Level 9/A*) in her IGCSE exams, thus do feel reassured these pages are top quality! With the implementation of superb vocabulary, and fantastically fun language techniques, the solutions exhibited ARE ready for you to purchase! The answers within, are ready-to-teach from, having been overlooked by a fantastic teacher! Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. Download NOW to access ALL Pages… Total Number of Pages: 4 NOTE: The writings disclosed within this file is computerised, printed of then captured! Tags: GCSE, IGCSE, Exam Question, Study notes, Tips, Student Answers, Response, Top quality, Full Marks, A* work, Level Nine, Top Grade, Writings, Test prep, Teacher, Secondary School, Marked, Features, Learning, Class, Assessment, Task with Answer, Top, Response, Language techniques, Grammar, Reply, English, Full stop, Creative Writing, Descriptive Writing, Exams, Edexcel, Past Paper, Exam Question, Study notes, Tips, Student Answers, Response, Theme of Writing, Recreational Lands, Parks, Trees, Greenery, Green, Environment, Community, Teenagers, Survey, threatening, Diseases, Illnesses, Obesity, Diabetes, Cholesterol, Heart Disease, Gardens, Cities, Greenhouse Gases, Global Warming, Combating Global Warming, Statistics. All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. Book code for those who may desire further help on their GCSE/IGCSE: 9780435182571 Thanks for stopping by and we hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future! If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you
IGCSE English Edexcel 9-1 Write a letter to the Prime Minister | Essay Writing Sample Answer 100 %
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IGCSE English Edexcel 9-1 Write a letter to the Prime Minister | Essay Writing Sample Answer 100 %

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In this PDF we will be looking at TWO IGCSE English Edexcel 9-1 model answers. Topic being discussed: “Write a letter to the PM.” This will be presented in a formal letter layout, where the answers have been 100% marked! In national exams, these answers are worth 30 marks so be sure to click the DOWNLOAD button NOW to access ALL pages. Total Number of Pages: 7 As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. #GCSE #IGCSE #English #Exams #Letter #LetterWriting #Essay #TopMarks We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
Chromatography Revision Lesson ~ Separation Techniques - Finding Rf Values  GCSE /IGCSE  AQA Edexcel
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Chromatography Revision Lesson ~ Separation Techniques - Finding Rf Values GCSE /IGCSE AQA Edexcel

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The separation technique of mixtures is chromatography. In exams you will be expected to know how to separate a mixture to see whether certain substances are within them. Our PDF provides the steps to tackle this, and also discussed is the formula to calculate Rf values. For this latter part there are also indispensable precautions that have to be taken to ensure you obtain the correct answers. Thus, be sure to DOWNLOAD our PDF NOW to gain all the detailed pages on this chemistry subject. These snappy chemistry notes have been compiled & personally used by students who very recently received a Grade 8 in their IGCSE exams. We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future.
FORMAL Letters (of complaint) from students graded 7-9 (A/A*) Topic: Animal fur for industrial uses
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FORMAL Letters (of complaint) from students graded 7-9 (A/A*) Topic: Animal fur for industrial uses

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Topic: Animal Fur - This PDF includes TWO formal LETTERS from students graded 7-9 (A/A*), who have recently sat their IGCSE exams! Their answers are presented to shed some light on how to tackle this type of question. Their work is based on an exam question from a previous past paper. (This is a 30 mark question, so be sure to smash the DOWNLOAD BUTTON to receive the full answers…) Total Number of Pages: 4 As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
IGCSE English Language B ~ Compare How The Writers Convey Their Ideas And Experiences  ~ Top Answer!
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IGCSE English Language B ~ Compare How The Writers Convey Their Ideas And Experiences ~ Top Answer!

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This informative PDF will discuss an IGCSE English Lanague B exam-based question (from a 2016 past paper) regarding comparing extracts. Question: “Compare how the writers of Text One and Text Two convey their ideas and experiences. Support your answer with examples from both texts.” Answer: A model answer is presented inside this resource which is worth 15 marks in nationals exams. The student’s extended writing piece points out information regarding the following tools: -First person account -Metaphors -Ellipses -Hyperbole Note: The texts being discussed can be found on the Pearsons website: Qualifications . Pearson . Com (4EB1/01) September 2016 ~ 3 Hour Paper Download NOW to access all pages of the student’s model answer Total Number Of Pages: 4 NOTE: These succinct pages have been compiled by a student who achieved a Grade 9 in her IGCSE English exams, so undoubtedly this work is top quality! As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest #English #GCSE #IGCSE #Exams #ModelAnswer #StudyTips #Grade9
Quiz Chemistry Edexcel 9-1 Paper 1 & Paper 2 Revision - Questions and Answers -  Quick Revision Tips
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Quiz Chemistry Edexcel 9-1 Paper 1 & Paper 2 Revision - Questions and Answers - Quick Revision Tips

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Compiled by a Year 11 chemistry student who received a Grade 8 in her recent IGCSE exams, this is a question and answer PDF where basic questions and more harder ones are discussed. Pages: 48 Topics: -Moles -Balancing Equations -Covalent Substances -Covalent Bonding -Ionic Compounds -Ionic Bonding -Bonding Masses in Reaction -Percentage Yield Formula -Water of Crystallisation -Finding Formulae using Experiments -Mass Numbers -Potassium Manganate (VII) Experiment -Moles and Concentration -Calculating Volume -Relative Formula Mass -Electrolysis -Group 7 / The Halogens -Electronic Configuration -Carbon Dioxide -Group 1 / Alkali Metals -Acids and Alkalis -Reactivity Series -Iron -Titrations -Energy Transfer in Reactions -Displacement Reactions -Catalysts -The Periodic Table -Movement of Particles -Metals and Redox -Bromine Gas Experiment -Measuring Enthalpy Changes -Displacement Reactions -Catalysts We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
New: IGCSE English Language B ~ 10 Mark Question - Top Model Answers! | "Explain how the writer..."
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New: IGCSE English Language B ~ 10 Mark Question - Top Model Answers! | "Explain how the writer..."

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This PDF will look at a question from the new IGCSE English Language B Edexcel 9-1 course. Question: Explain how the writer persuades the reader that it is important to have a hobby. Note: This particular question comes from an edexcel IGCSE English past paper which can be found online. TWO model answers are displayed inside this resource by student’s who achieved the top grades in their national exams (Grade 7 and Grade 9)! Total Number of Pages: 5 DOWNLOAD NOW TO ACCESS THE FULL DOCUMENT If you download this resource and are pleased with the PDF , we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. ~Thank you As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
Investigating Breathing Rate & Heart Rate Experiments - Biology - GCSE / IGCSE - Exam Revision Notes
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Investigating Breathing Rate & Heart Rate Experiments - Biology - GCSE / IGCSE - Exam Revision Notes

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This PDF will discuss the following: -Investigating the breathing rate & heart rate experiments -Why is there an increase in breathing and heart rate during exercise? -Which controls have to remain constant during this experiment? -Exercise increases heart rate Questions and Answers are also displayed in this PDF: Suggest why the mean value of heart rate just before exercise is different to the mean value at rest rate. Long distant runners and cyclists usually have a lower than average heart rate. Suggest why a low heart rate has developed in these people. Some athletes preparing for long distance races, train at high altitude levels for several weeks. The availability of oxygen at high altitude is lower so the body responds by increasing the number of red blood cells. The number of red blood cells remain high when the athletes return to lower altitudes to compete. Explain why having more red blood cells is an advantage to athletes who take part in long distance races. Explain why long distance athletes who train at high altitudes have a better chance of winning , compared to long distance athletes who compete at sea level. TO VIEW ALL ANSWERS TO THE ABOVE QUESTIONS AND ADDITIONAL NOTES - DOWNLOAD NOW! Total Number of Pages: 9 We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
Protein Synthesis - IGCSE 9-1 Biology Edexcel ~ Concise Study Notes
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Protein Synthesis - IGCSE 9-1 Biology Edexcel ~ Concise Study Notes

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This PDF will look at the Edexcel Biology IGCSE 9-1 topic (some may find difficult) PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. These brief revision notes present clear and concise facts regarding protein synthesis, so DOWNLOAD NOW TO ACCESS ALL PAGES. Description: -What do proteins control? -What are proteins broken down into? -How much amino acids do proteins have? -Why do enzymes have specific active sites? -What is a codon? Total number of pages: 4 #IGCSE #Biology #Edexcel #Exam #StudyNotes We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
IGCSE English Language ~ Characteristics of Reference Writing With Effect on Audience ~ Concise PDF!
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IGCSE English Language ~ Characteristics of Reference Writing With Effect on Audience ~ Concise PDF!

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This PDF is regarding IGCSE English Language B 9-1. We will be looking through certain characteristics in reference writing as well as the effect on the audience/readers will also be portrayed next to each example. Each of the following will be discussed: Feature 1: “A large amount of factual information” Feature 2: “Clusters of words from a specialised branch of knowledge” Feature 3: “Most of the sentences are portrayed as complete statements” Feature 4: “A lack of emotive language” #English #GCSE #IGCSE #StudyNotes #Notes #Study Pages:6 As always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before purchasing. NOTE: These concise pages have been compiled by a student who achieved a Grade 9 in her IGCSE English exams, so undoubtedly this work is top quality! We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Thank you Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
IGCSE English Language B Compare and Contrast Two Texts on the Same Topic!  Exam Question Practice
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IGCSE English Language B Compare and Contrast Two Texts on the Same Topic! Exam Question Practice

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Includes one exam practice question (from a previous exam paper) with TWO student answers based on the task! Exam season is currently only a few days away, so with the stress of having to provide top-quality content for your pupils/children, purchase this resource and have access to a couple of sample answers, of the IGCSE English Language course. The writings within have been typed up, and so the work provided is clear, comprehendible and ready for you to download! This document will be comparing the following texts as unseen pieces of literature for students to analyse and compare: NUMBER ONE: ‘Teens unite for the planet’ - adapted from an article by Vanessa Campisi. NUMBER TWO: "Environmentally Conscious Teens and College Students on the Decline’ - originating from an article by Martha Irvine The below is the question this file will cover, and this originates from section A, of the examination, where all marks total to 40% of the paper! QUESTION: WHICH TEXT IS BETTER AT PRESENTING THE WAY PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT? You may choose either Text One or Text Two but you must explain your choice carefully. Give two reasons why you chose this text and one reason for not choosing the other text. You may wish to comment on the writers’ language and techniques. You should support your points with evidence from the text. MARKS: 6 Here is a basic breakdown of the different sections of Edexcel IGCSE English Language B: These sections comprise of: “A” being the place likely involving two unseen texts, which have to be to annotated, analysed and compared with each other. Here you will need to be able to meet  Assessment objective AO1, AO2 & AO3. “B” is the time where pupils would be expected to write a piece of transactional writing (examples being: writing to inform/explain/review/argue/persuade/advise). Here you will need to be able to meet  Assessment objective AO1, AO4 & AO5. “C” would be the  part of the exam where a pupil would be given the opportunity to choose one out of three options of a style/genre of writing, and an imaginative piece of work would probably be included in this section . Examiners would look out for AO4 & AO5 in this portion of the paper. Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 9780435182571
Articles for a School or College Magazine ~ Exam Question Practice | English GCSE/IGCSE Exams
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Articles for a School or College Magazine ~ Exam Question Practice | English GCSE/IGCSE Exams

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This file is aimed at secondary school students and focuses on magazine articles, something which can potentially arise in English Language exams. The given task was proposed in a previous year’s exams, and here we exhibit two pupils’ response to the the question! The writings disclosed within this file is computerised, thus making those viewing this document to be able to comprehend to everything effortlessly! Note: When attempting this type of question (below), it is important to carefully ponder who the audience is, and which strategies you must implement in your answers to meet the requirements of obtaining full marks. Task: “Write an article to a school or college magazine about different types of homes people live in around the world.” You should include: The different types of homes The good points about the different homes The bad points about different homes MARKS: 30 Total Number of Pages: 10 With the implementation of superb vocabulary, and fantastically fun language techniques, the solutions exhibited are ready for you to purchase! The answers within are ready-to-teach from, having been overlooked by a fantastic teacher! In GCSE or IGCSE examinations, magazine writings have a likelihood of coming up, so be sure to purchase this PDF, so you can obtain an insight of how to structure your responses and obtain the highest grades possible. Even if you are not desiring for IGCSE content, we hope this may assist in another aspect of the English course you are teaching/studying. Here is a basic breakdown of the different sections of Edexcel IGCSE English Language B: These sections comprise of: “A” being the place likely involving two unseen texts, which have to be to annotated, analysed and compared with each other. Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO2 & AO3. “B” is the time where pupils would be expected to write a piece of transactional writing (examples being: writing to inform/explain/review/argue/persuade/advise). Here you will need to be able to meet Assessment objective AO1, AO4 & AO5. “C” would be the part of the exam where a pupil would be given the opportunity to choose one out of three options of a style/genre of writing, and an imaginative piece of work would probably be included in this section . Examiners would look out for AO4 & AO5 in this portion of the paper. Do not hesitate to make your purchase of this brilliant, bright and a must buy resource…but as always, please feel free to ask ANY and ALL questions before downloading. Download Now to Access Every Page: ( 10 pages in total) If you have downloaded this, and are pleased with it, we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a kind review. *Thank you All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display. **Book code for IGCSE English Language B: 9780435182571
New Mini Resource about Respiration GCSE/IGCSE Biology 9-1 Free PDF
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New Mini Resource about Respiration GCSE/IGCSE Biology 9-1 Free PDF

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This mini PDF is here to provide useful information regarding the biology topic of respiration. A wonderful resource which will be extremely useful to those learning this topic for the very first time or pupils who require additional side notes to obtain full marks in mock/exams. What’s included inside… -A concise definition of what respiration actually is -How is some of the energy of respiration transferred? -What is the energy converted into? Click the download button right now to access your FREE copy! Total number of Pages: 2 #Biology #Edexcel #AQA #Exams #StudyNotes #Respiration #ATP #Energy **NOTE: These snappy biology notes have been compiled & personally used by a student who very recently received a Grade 7 (A) in her IGCSE exams. If you download this resource and are pleased with the PDF , we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. ~Thank you We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest**
What Kind Of Teacher Do You Want? ~ Back to School Worksheet ~ FREE PDF
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What Kind Of Teacher Do You Want? ~ Back to School Worksheet ~ FREE PDF

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A great back to school activity to make children express which qualities they are looking for in teacher. If you download this resource and are pleased with the PDF , we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. Thank you Tags: #English #BackToSchool #Activity #Pupils #KS1 #KS2 #Teacher We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest
Action Verbs ~ Back to School Resources ~ Fun & Easy Learning | Free PDF
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Action Verbs ~ Back to School Resources ~ Fun & Easy Learning | Free PDF

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This is a mini PDF, exhibiting a list of action verbs. Definition: Action verbs are verbs that describe an action. Click the DOWNLOAD BUTTON NOW to view the selection of action verbs we have collected for you to learn… Master these twenty easy examples today! Pages:2 #English #Grammar #ActionVerbs #Action #Verbs #BasicEnglish #Language If you download this resource and are pleased with the PDF , we would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. Thank you We hope to be able to provide further fun, colourful, clear and comprehendible PDFs for you in the future. Have a good day and make sure to follow us on… @rosedale_academy_online (Insta) @RosedaleEdu2020 (Twitter) Rosedale Academy ~ YouTube/Pinterest