Tricky Topics for GCSE Edexcel PE: 4.1 Use of Data

Tricky Topics for GCSE Edexcel PE: 4.1 Use of Data Removing the stumbling blocks from teaching and learning!

Carefully constructed lessons with supporting worksheets guide you and your students step by step through the challenging topics on the Edexcel GCSE PE specification.

Easy fit into any scheme of work!

Carefully guided write-on worksheets and teacher overview with timings, equipment and further guidance – requires minimal preparation and provides full teacher support

Learning progression!

  • Concise and accessible course notes – engage students with the need-to-know content
  • Theoretical and practical-based activities (and extension tasks!) – progressively build students’ confidence and understanding
  • Questions to think about – in-class discussion springboards to stretch and challenge students
  • Practice exam-style questions – prepare students to succeed with even the trickiest exam questions

Breaking down the barriers…

  • Thought-provoking visual images and diagrams – stimulate learners’ interest and boost competence
  • Students learn by ‘doing’ and ‘applying’ their knowledge of the theory content
  • Top tips – offer key advice for knowledge retention and exam preparation
  • Clear answers – great for peer- and self-assessment!

A creative way to develop deeper understanding of the difficult-to-learn concepts!

Why is ‘use of data’ a tricky topic? Constructing and interpreting figures can be a challenge for the experienced scientist, let alone students who may not have had clear and direct teaching of this skill. Previous examiners’ reports have indicated how marks can be easily lost for drawing inaccurate lines when plotting a graph or for not understanding the key aspects of the figures presented, e.g. axes, variables and data points.

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