Biology Controlled Assessment - Simple Behaviour

Biology Controlled Assessment - Simple Behaviour

A teaching resource provided by Jake Dewar.

Resource Description

Having undertaken the Controlled Assessment for GCSE 21st Century Science OCR Biology for 3 years, and attended a conference on moderating marking I put together this powerpoint for use in my department to give structure and support to the students undertaking the "Investigating a factor that affect simple animal behaviour" for 2016. The guidance is applicable to all options of investigation though.

Any queries over guidance points, please do not hesitate to message me, I have written them in the best way to direct students to get the best marks, but it by no means the end all of what they must do in some cases.

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Contents of Controlled Assessment guidance.docx
Microsoft Word 13KB
Controlled Assessment - 2015.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 1.4MB

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