AQA GCSE Paper 2 - Somatotypes
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AQA GCSE Paper 2 - Somatotypes

A teaching resource provided by Jackie Brookes.

Resource Description

A 10 minute preview powerpoint to;

- Utilise active teaching and learning strategies to raise engagement with this paper 2 topic.

- In addition, following exam feedback from 2018 embed AO2 and AO3 to support students with application and evaluation skills to support exam technique and preparation.

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About the Author

Jackie Brookes
Jackie Brookes
CPD Trainer / Examiner / Advisor / Moderator
Jackie's passion and specialism is with active and interactive teaching and learning to maximise engagement. Her teacher workshops, student revision conferences and teaching resources reflect this specialism. This coupled with insight into exam technique and how to respond to questions effectively will maximise pedagogy and attainment.

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