GCSE OCR Teaching Resources

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GCSE PE Revision game- Round the clock dartboard
New Resource
£3.00
This revision game is designed to be used with students of GCSE PE and will form a vital, but fun part of their preparation. Students will be tasked with working their way numerically round a dartboard, which involves hitting the number and answering the PE question! Students can miss out numbers if they hit doubles or trebles. Each number has a designated PE question to answer and a mark scheme to check their response.
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Microsoft Word
National Days Of Celebration - 2019 - 2020
£8.00
This booklet lists important days, weeks and months of note or celebration throughout the year which could help with lesson planning, assemblies or tutor/registration times. Country's national days are also listed.
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Microsoft Word
Attitudes and Learning
£1.00
Attitudes
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Mr Gnakho Original OCR 2015 Arithmetic Quiz in python
£5.00
Arithmetic quiz Task 1 A primary school teacher wants a computer program to test the basic arithmetic skills of her students. The program should generate a quiz consisting of a series of random questions, using in each case any two numbers and addition, subtraction and multiplication. The system should ask the student’s name, then ask 10 questions, output if the answer to each question is correct or not and produce a final score out of 10.
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Eurovision: Geography In Action
£10.00
This booklet allows students to investigate how music and Geography are linked, primarily through Eurovision. They look at why music is so popular, how it links us globally, how it stretches across many types of industry, how an event can cause community conflict through economic, social and environmental impacts, as well as how these events could be made more sustainable.
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Imparfait - Passé Composé - Exercice - Grammaire - French
Free
Who it is for : Teachers who would like to use the imperfect and the present perfect tense in French in a different way that is to say through a tale. I adapted that tale from a French website for students in KS3-4
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Lab Safety Literacy Mat
£2.00
This visually pleasing resource is a great addition to any science teachers classroom. The incorporation of 'Minions' into some basic lab safety rules and hazard symbols, this is a fun and interactive way to reinforce safety within the lab.
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ROLE OF KIDNEYS
£15.00
An engaging and detailed lesson presentation ( 32 slides) is targeted for A level / level 3 study , which consists of: A highly detailed PowerPoint detailing Kidney Structure, function Ultrafiltration, Reabsorption and Osmoregulation in detail and with step-by-step explanations and numerous diagrams. Included is a notesheet with the diagrams reproduced for students. The lessons
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The Forbidden City, China
£4.00
The students task is to carry out research on the Forbidden City to discover what it has to offer and more about the city around the palace. They go on to design a slogan and logo for the ancient tourist attraction which will be used on all posters, adverts and merchandise.
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Lake Victoria, Africa
£4.00
The students task is to carry out research on some of the tourist destinations and safari parks to discover what they have to offer and more about the region around Lake Victoria. They go on to design a slogan and logo for a new tourist safari park which will be used on all posters, adverts and merchandise.
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