GCSE PE Revision game- Cycling through Britain

GCSE PE Revision game- Cycling through Britain

A teaching resource provided by ROSS HOWITT.

Resource Description

This GCSE PE revision game allows students to work their way through the cycling route of John o Groats to Lands End. At each scheduled stop there is a question to answer. Each stop has a choice of an easier question or a harder question, called 'gentle cycle' or 'blistering pace'. Students could use the gentle cycling route before trying the blistering pace route. The resource comes with questions and full mark schemes on varying areas of the course and provides some focused variety for the revision process.

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
Cycle tour of Britain GCSE PE.docx
Microsoft Word 246KB

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Ross Howitt is an experienced Lead Moderator for a major exam board and provides consultancy to schools on educational matters. He lectures at a University and has produced many published works, books and journals.

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