Active Revision Worksheets for OCR A Level PE: A Level (Year 1) / AS

Active Revision Worksheets for OCR A Level PE: A Level (Year 1) / AS

Active Revision equals Active Minds!

Maximise motivation, develop flexible thinking and prepare for the exam with these thought-provoking and challenging Active Revision Worksheets for the AS and A Level OCR PE specifications.

12–21 flexible worksheets cover every topic and each is structured using three progressive levels, closely aligned to the Assessment Objectives…

Great for use as:

  • A comprehensive revision workbook
  • Homework sheets
  • Class exercises
  • Independent practice!
  • Section A – Facilitates students to demonstrate knowledge and understanding (AO1)
  • Section B – Supports students to apply understanding to sporting situations (AO2)
  • Section C – Challenges students to analyse and evaluate factors in PE and Sport (AO3)

… allowing students to tailor their revision for each topic area!

Each section also begins with…

  • A knowledge checklist – with three levels to track progress (Bronze, Silver and Gold) – perfect for self-assessment and ensuring students are confident going into the exam!

… and finishes with…

  • Exam-style Questions – drawing students’ focus back to exam preparation

Students learn to: organise, interpret, link, draw, calculate, categorise, argue, diagnose, explain, analyse, and more.

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Sylvia Plath’s Selected Poems – A Comprehensive Guide for Eduqas and WJEC A Level English Literature

Sylvia Plath

Set text for:

  • Eduqas A Level
  • WJEC AS

Ready-to-use, focused study notes uncover the power of some of Plath’s darkest and most threatening poems, while engaging activities break down Plath’s confessional style, thought-provoking themes and tragic personal life.

Engage your students throughout!

  • ‘Think about this’, ‘features to note’ and ‘classroom activities’ study key language techniques.
  • “Link to Hughes” boxes for essential exam preparation.
  • Plus! Key contextual information for each poem covers AO3.

The pack tackles the key stages of text analysis:

  1. Walk-through
    Thorough section-by-section commentary walks students througheach poem
  2. Drawing it all together
    In-depth discussion of the whole collection focuses on: connections across the collection, key links to Hughes’ poetry, genre, themes, language, form, structure, context and literary approaches
  3. Indicative content
    Supports teaching by ensuring all key areas are covered

Plus! Glossary of key terms ensures full understanding

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Children’s Play, Learning and Development (BTEC Level 3) Activity Pack – Unit 3: Play and Learning

Children

Engage, enthuse and inspire your students with these packs of pick-up-and-teach classroom activities.

Designed specifically to support the all-new BTEC Nationals 2016 Level 3 specification for Children’s Play Learning and Development.

Vital Teacher Support

  • A scheme of work clearly links each activity to a specification point – so you can easily pick the right lesson to
    use them in.
  • Each write-on activity comes with detailed teachers’ notes, timings and answers included for effortless delivery

Innovative student engagement

  • A wide variety of activities, from match-ups to multiple choice, ensures all learning types are catered for.
  • Case study and YouTube prompts help students to apply theory to real-life examples – provides invaluable exam practice

“An excellent and detailed resource. There is so much here to choose from that the teacher could not fail to find activities
which suit their individual group.”
S Sampson, Independent Reviewer

Price is £69 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
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GCSE OCR B Case Studies: Topic 6: Dynamic Development

GCSE OCR B Case Studies: Topic 6: Dynamic Development

 

GCSE OCR B Case Studies with Exam Prep

Case Study resource packs – written specifically for the new OCR
B GCSE Geography specification (J384).

Designed with an examination focus in mind. For each topic,
ALL of the Case Studies required by the spec are
covered, providing a detailed synopsis of the event, location or
theme in question.

In addition, single-page summaries, revision material, and practice exam questions help guide students in the lead up to their exams.

We’ve carefully selected a range of case studies which not only
span the globe but also focus on countries with contrasting
levels of development. As well as understanding the physical
factors at play within each case study, these resources allow you
to teach all of the human concepts by comparing locations at
either end of the development spectrum.

Each case study is structured with two main parts; The Case
Study, and The Exam Prep:

The Case Study sections include…

  • Thought-provoking images and starter questions to get
    students thinking
  • Fact files of all the key information relating to the event
  • ICT interactive links and reliable sources to extend research

The Exam Prep sections include…

  • Single-page summaries for an at-a-glance overview of the
    topic
  • Rapid-fire revision questions to drum home the facts and
    figures
  • OCR exam-style questions (with suggested answers) to provide
    a structured approach to testing knowledge and recall in the lead
    up to the exams

Teach your students to gain a deep understanding of the physical
world around them through study of specific events, and learn
about the interactions between people and place, and the
differing effects that gloabl events will have on developing and
developed populations.

 
COMPONENT 1:
Our Natural World

Topic 1: Global Hazards – Weather
Flash flooding, Morpeth, UK, 2008; Flash
Flooding, Texas, 2015;

Hurricane Sandy, USA, 2012; Tropical Storm Chedza,
Madagascar, 2015;

Heatwave, UK, 2015; Heatwave, Pakistan, 2015;

Drought, UK, 2004-06; Drought, Brazil, 2015

Topic 1: Global Hazards – Tectonics
Eyjafjallajökull Eruption, Iceland,
2010; Mount Merapi Eruption, Java, 2010

Tohoku Earthquake, Japan, 2011; Nepal Earthquake,
2015

Topic 3: Distinctive Landscapes
The Jurassic Coast; The Seven Sisters

The River Thames; The River Spey

Topic 4: Sustaining Ecosystems
The Sumatran Rainforest

Arctic Small-scale Sustainable Management: Whaling

Arctic Global-scale Management: The Arctic Council

Antarctic Small-scale Sustainable Management: Tourism

Antarctic Global-scale Management: The Antarctic Treaty
System

 
COMPONENT 2:
People and Society

Topic 5: Urban Futures
Bristol, UK (AC); Sao Paulo, Brazil
(EDC); Nairobi, Kenya (LIDC)
Topic 6: Dynamic Development
Kenya: Development in an LIDC
Topic 7: UK in the 21st Century
Bristol, UK: A Changing economic Hub

The Iraq War: The UK’s Political Role in a Global Conflict

Curry: The Contribution of Ethnic Groups to Cultural Life
in the UK

Topic 8: Resource Reliance
Food security in Brazil

 

Price is £29 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
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GCSE OCR B Case Studies: Topic 5: Urban Futures

GCSE OCR B Case Studies: Topic 5: Urban Futures

 

GCSE OCR B Case Studies with Exam Prep

Case Study resource packs – written specifically for the new OCR
B GCSE Geography specification (J384).

Designed with an examination focus in mind. For each topic,
ALL of the Case Studies required by the spec are
covered, providing a detailed synopsis of the event, location or
theme in question.

In addition, single-page summaries, revision material, and practice exam questions help guide students in the lead up to their exams.

We’ve carefully selected a range of case studies which not only
span the globe but also focus on countries with contrasting
levels of development. As well as understanding the physical
factors at play within each case study, these resources allow you
to teach all of the human concepts by comparing locations at
either end of the development spectrum.

Each case study is structured with two main parts; The Case
Study, and The Exam Prep:

The Case Study sections include…

  • Thought-provoking images and starter questions to get
    students thinking
  • Fact files of all the key information relating to the event
  • ICT interactive links and reliable sources to extend research

The Exam Prep sections include…

  • Single-page summaries for an at-a-glance overview of the
    topic
  • Rapid-fire revision questions to drum home the facts and
    figures
  • OCR exam-style questions (with suggested answers) to provide
    a structured approach to testing knowledge and recall in the lead
    up to the exams

Teach your students to gain a deep understanding of the physical
world around them through study of specific events, and learn
about the interactions between people and place, and the
differing effects that gloabl events will have on developing and
developed populations.

 
COMPONENT 1:
Our Natural World

Topic 1: Global Hazards – Weather
Flash flooding, Morpeth, UK, 2008; Flash
Flooding, Texas, 2015;

Hurricane Sandy, USA, 2012; Tropical Storm Chedza,
Madagascar, 2015;

Heatwave, UK, 2015; Heatwave, Pakistan, 2015;

Drought, UK, 2004-06; Drought, Brazil, 2015

Topic 1: Global Hazards – Tectonics
Eyjafjallajökull Eruption, Iceland,
2010; Mount Merapi Eruption, Java, 2010

Tohoku Earthquake, Japan, 2011; Nepal Earthquake,
2015

Topic 3: Distinctive Landscapes
The Jurassic Coast; The Seven Sisters

The River Thames; The River Spey

Topic 4: Sustaining Ecosystems
The Sumatran Rainforest

Arctic Small-scale Sustainable Management: Whaling

Arctic Global-scale Management: The Arctic Council

Antarctic Small-scale Sustainable Management: Tourism

Antarctic Global-scale Management: The Antarctic Treaty
System

 
COMPONENT 2:
People and Society

Topic 5: Urban Futures
Bristol, UK (AC); Sao Paulo, Brazil
(EDC); Nairobi, Kenya (LIDC)
Topic 6: Dynamic Development
Kenya: Development in an LIDC
Topic 7: UK in the 21st Century
Bristol, UK: A Changing economic Hub

The Iraq War: The UK’s Political Role in a Global Conflict

Curry: The Contribution of Ethnic Groups to Cultural Life
in the UK

Topic 8: Resource Reliance
Food security in Brazil

 

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Waiting for Godot: A Complete Text Guide for AS and A Level Drama

Waiting for Godot: A Complete Text Guide for AS and A Level Drama

“A tragicomedy in two acts”

Samuel Beckett’s existential oeuvre offers students the opportunity to unravel and reinterpret complex themes for a
contemporary audience.

With reference to the methodologies of key practitioners throughout!

Fantastically clear explanations, in-depth analysis of key dramatic and theatrical
aspects, and a wealth of engaging practical and non-practical activities. Your students will know Waiting for Godot inside out:

  • Introductory notes and exploratory activities ensure full understanding of the social, historical, cultural, textual and theatrical contexts
  • Section-by-section walk-through includes detailed analysis of the relevant performance aspects, with plenty of opportunity for practical investigation and independent study
  • Production concepts and performance strategies cover character, design, staging, practitioners and more
  • Includes indicative content for all activities to support your teaching and your students
  • With key terms glossary – perfect for revision!

Specifically geared towards the A Level text-based question, this thrilling pack is your one-stop shop!

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Macbeth Exam Preparation Pack for GCSE AQA English Literature

Macbeth Exam Preparation Pack for GCSE AQA English Literature

Apply set-text teaching to the exam with these focused companions, specifically tailored to the exam board.

Three structured steps to build success:

  1. Revision
    • At-a-glance topical summaries cover key points in an easy-to-digest format
    • Revision activities consolidate knowledge through quizzes, mind mapping, quotation analysis, close reading and more!
  2. Exam Preparation
    • Essay-focused exercises build planning and writing skills and improve exam technique
  3. Exam Practice
    • Plenty of original exam-style questions give practice in all areas – great for mock exams
    • Worked-through example takes students through planning, drafting and completing an essay in manageable steps
    • Sample essays with annotated versions and activities demonstrate how to improve grades

Includes annotated sample essays!

Plus! Student-friendly self- or peer-mark scheme and suggested answers for all activities. Tasks can be set in class or for homework to enhance your revision schedule.

 “Absolutely fantastic… Will save hours and hours of work [for] teachers teaching this new spec.”
P Town, English Teacher
& Independent Reviewer (A Christmas Carol version)

Price is £59 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
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