Flipped Learning Case Studies for A Level AQA English

Flipped Learning Case Studies for A Level AQA English

Transform your teaching with Flipped Learning Case Studies for A Level AQA Language. Students prepare at home with detailed notes and stimulating homework tasks, then reflect upon key concepts back in the classroom.

Innovative, seminar-style learning facilitates independent learning and reduces time spent teaching content, in favour of doing the really important stuff – engaging with and exploring that content!

  • Supportive teacher guidance provides useful strategies on approaching the content
    • Includes AQA specification coverage map and a helpful introduction to the flipped learning approach
    • ‘Teachers can really be in no doubt how to apply all this wonderful material’ – A Davie, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
  • 12 concise case study summaries provide students with the essential info
    • Covers a broad and balanced range of twenty-first-century linguistic research – helps students shy away from the ‘usual suspects’ and stand out from the crowd in exams and NEA analysis
    • Clear links to the AOs
  • Thought-provoking tasks enable directed, in-depth discussion
    • Divided into ‘Before you read it’, ‘Make sure you understand it’, ‘Where can you use it?’ and ‘How can you connect it?’ – structured learning that aids retention
    • From research tasks to analytical questions, drawing on real-life examples as well as wider research – allows students to make links across the spec – perfect practice for exam or NEA responses


  • Indicative content included – great for self- / peer marking!
  • A wider reading list to push students even further

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

Price is £59
Click here for full details and to order.

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