Tag Archives: GCSE

Supporting students with revision

Thinking about when I have needed to revise for exams in the past, I am aware of various behaviours I exhibit that get in the way of any actual revision. I agonise over which parts I should be revising first. … Continue reading

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Resources for revising Crime and Punishment

Just reading back over my last blog post. “Less busy”, haha. Anyway, I have a couple of helpful things to share. The first is a set of Crime and Punishment flashcards I made for my Y11s. These are modelled on … Continue reading

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Adventures in Assessments: Life After Levels

During the┬áholiday, I came across Alex Ford’s advice to a new HoD whose school is introducing GCSE criteria to grade KS3 students. I think I have mentioned before that I am also in that boat; it was comforting to see … Continue reading

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American West revision: Three Truths and a Lie

I created these quizzes to use with my Y11s last year and have just got round to writing the answer sheets to go with them. Each question has 4 facts, one of which is, in some way or another, not … Continue reading

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