GCSE AQA Exam Preparation Pack: Paper 1 Section B: Conflict & tension 1945-1972

GCSE AQA Exam Preparation Pack: Paper 1 Section B: Conflict & tension 1945-1972

Sharpen your students’ exam technique with step-by-step activities, model answers and practice papers, all in one pack! Perfect exam practice for the 2016 AQA GCSE specification!

Sharpen exam skills…

  • Clear and concise notes cover command words, assessment objectives and exam timings – all in student-friendly language
  • Progressive activities tailored for each question type – help build confidence and practise their skills
  • Varied levels of support from writing frames and model answers to self-assessment checklists
  • AfL and peer activities focus students on how to get nearer 9

… then put them to the test!

  • Three practice papers that cover the whole specification – original questions not available from the exam boards
  • Student-friendly detailed mark schemes – perfect for easy marking and quick feedback so students know where to improve

Excellent structure and detail throughout the Resource; the activities have clearly been well thought out with the result that there is a nice symmetry between challenging students and showing them a way forward. It ensures that for essay answers students will be fully aware of the importance of writing a conclusion. The resource is a mirror image of the specification, which can be seen especially in the Practice Paper Questions. – N Stanley, Independent Reviewer

Price is £64 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
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