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Exam analysis generator for GCSE Combined Science Biology Paper 1
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Exam analysis generator for GCSE Combined Science Biology Paper 1

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This resource includes a spreadsheet to enter results mark by mark for each student and a student report template. The spreadsheet will instantly show a class by class analysis of performance across key skills, topics and assessment objectives. You can then use the student report template and run a mail merge to generate individual student reports. Ideal for use analysing results from a mock exam to provide individual feedback as a class or year group overview. The sheet is set up to match the 2018 AQA Combined Science Biology Paper 1. Try the free version here, which is set up to match the specimen Paper 1 version. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/analysis-sheet-for-aqa-combined-science-biology-paper-1-specimen-11965229
Cells and Organisation Revision quizzes for AQA GCSE
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Cells and Organisation Revision quizzes for AQA GCSE

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Cells and Organisation topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
AQA GCSE Combined Science resources
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AQA GCSE Combined Science resources

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This bundle is a collection of resources that are available on my website. This will give you access to your own copy of the online quizzes that you can edit and set to your own students in order to view their progress directly. The online quizzes are made on google docs and can be set to students without them needing to log in. They cover Physics, Biology, Chemistry and equation practice for AQA GCSE Science. They contain content common to combined and seperate science. With a teacher log in to a google account, this resource will give you your own copies of the quizzes so that you can set them as class tasks or homeworks and view your students progress immediately to help inform future planning. Also included is a bank of power points with walk through answers and hints to exam questions from the AQA Combined Science Specimen papers.
Revision Website for AQA Combined Trilogy Science
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Revision Website for AQA Combined Trilogy Science

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A revision site that I’ve created for my GCSE science classes. It contains revision power points, topic quizzes, checklists and a list of the required practicals for combined trilogy science. Also adding walk through of exam questions. There are also some links to relevant video’s from BBC Teach youtube page. If you would like your own access to the quizzes, in order to edit and view your own students progress, you can find them here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-physics-revision-quizzes-for-aqa-combined-science-11820727 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-combined-science-physics-equation-practice-card-sort-and-online-quizzes-11828619
GCSE Physics and Biology Revision quizzes for AQA Combined Science
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GCSE Physics and Biology Revision quizzes for AQA Combined Science

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Twelve auto marked quizzes covering Energy, Electricity, Particles, Atomic structure, Forces, Cells, Organisation, Infection, Bioenergetics, Nervous system and Inheritance topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
GCSE Combined Science Physics Equation online quizzes and card sort
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GCSE Combined Science Physics Equation online quizzes and card sort

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This resource includes two card sorts and a set of online quizzes to help students familiarise themselves with terms in each equation that they need to memorise. To access the Google quizzes you will need a google account to edit and view your students responses. Students do not need to log in. Card sort 1: Match the correct terms in each equation Card sort 2: Match the term to the units Online quizzes: Quiz 1: Identify the correct terms that belong in each equation Quiz 2: Match the correct versions of the equation together Quiz 3: Identify the correct re-arranged version of equations Quiz 4: Calculation practice using the equations that need to be memorised.
Assessment for Learning with Google forms
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Assessment for Learning with Google forms

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This is a short guide on using Google Forms as an AfL tool for lessons or homework tasks. I use Google Forms regularly in Science teaching and have found them a very useful tool for rapidly identifying students misconceptions in science. **It also saves me a significant amount of marking time!! ** If you have not used Google Forms before and are interested in free online tools for AfL, this may be useful to help you get started.
Nervous System and Inheritance topic quizzes for AQA GCSE Science
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Nervous System and Inheritance topic quizzes for AQA GCSE Science

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Nervous system and Inheritance topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Forces and Waves Quizzes for GCSE AQA Combined Science
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Forces and Waves Quizzes for GCSE AQA Combined Science

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Forces and Waves topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Particle model and Radioactivity quizzes for AQA GCSE Combined Science
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Particle model and Radioactivity quizzes for AQA GCSE Combined Science

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Particle model and Radioactivity topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Magnetism, resistance and efficiency quizzes for AQA GCSE Science
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Magnetism, resistance and efficiency quizzes for AQA GCSE Science

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Three auto marked quizzes covering Magnetism, Resistance of wire and Efficiency of a motor topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Rates and Resources quizzes for AQA GCSE
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Rates and Resources quizzes for AQA GCSE

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Rates of Reactions and Using Resources topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Atomic Structure and Bonding Quizzes for AQA GCSE Science
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Atomic Structure and Bonding Quizzes for AQA GCSE Science

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Atomic structure and Chemical Bonding topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.
Analysis sheet for AQA Combined Science Biology Paper 1 Specimen
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Analysis sheet for AQA Combined Science Biology Paper 1 Specimen

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Excel mark sheet that allows you to enter question by question marks for each student. The sheet will then provide an instant break down of performance across question types including spec points and key skills. Useful for analysing your own class or for head of department comparing several classes. A word document has also been included pre-filled to allow you to mail merge (if you know how to do this) data from the spreadsheet in order to generate individual student feedback sheets. I found this useful especially as we get used to the new specifications to review progress across various components and to identify strengths and areas to improve. The sheet is set up for the specimen paper for Biology Paper 1 Combined Science including both higher and foundation tiers.
GCSE Biology Revision quizzes on Infection and Bioenergetics
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GCSE Biology Revision quizzes on Infection and Bioenergetics

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Two auto marked quizzes covering Infection and Bioenergetics topics from AQA Combined Science specification. These are written on google forms and can be set as a homework, or used in class if ICT available. You will need a google account in order to access. I started creating these so that my classes get feedback more quickly and I get an immediate overview on their progress without having to do anything! Teachers can view and analyse results immediately and save for future use. They work well on any device including computers and iPads. You will need a google account to access student responses and edit these quizzes, however students do not need an account. Key points: Students receive immediate feedback, no student log in required. You can view/analyse results, both on a group and individual basis. Easy to edit/modify as needed to suit the needs of your class. See the student view for free at my resource link on TES to my free revision site. This download will give teachers access to their own copy in order to track how their students are doing and to identify strengths and weaknesses to inform future teaching.