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A guide to A Level NEA (AQA)
£50.00
This 45 minute presentation takes you through an up to date overview of the demands of A Level NEA (specific to the AQA examination board). The presentation deals with organisation and presentation of evidence as well as looking at common problems and pitfalls. The presentation guides you through some major aspects of assessment demands and what to request from students when designing the analysis and evaluation task.
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Dolch sight word flashcards
£8.00
38 slides of Dolch word flashcards. These are great for learners who are learning to read as it consists of frequent words used in English literature. These flash cards are also great for building on vocabulary.
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GCSE PE (for AQA) A synoptic look at football
£10.00
This is a 15 minute video although if students complete the tasks it is more likely to take 30-40 minutes to complete. Ross Howitt guides students through many of the ways that Association Football could be used for theoretical assessment in the GCSE PE examinations. The video links the sport of football to planes and axes, levers, aggression, sponsorship, energy systems and commercialisation (to name a few) and includes some made up questions, including potential 6 and 9 mark questions.
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Read Write Inc Sound Mat Writing Resource Set 1 Sounds/ Sets 2&3 Sounds
£2.00
Read Write Inc Sound Mat Writing Resource Set 1 Sounds/ Sets 2&3 Sounds
Suitable For:
Primary English
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Microsoft Word
Functional Skills English Readling Level 2 PPT (110 pages)
£6.00
This is a Functional Skills English Level 2 PowerPoint. I made this for my level 2 learners who were due to sit their Reading assessment ( based on NCFE assessment).
Suitable For:
English
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AQA GCSE Biology Topic 3 Resources
£3.00
Resources for Topic 3 Infection and Response. Table of diseases that students need to learn and case studies to apply knowledge. Vaccination cartoon strip to check understanding of vaccinations.
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 - basic functions handout
£1.00
A 4-page handout featuring the basic functions of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 (but also largely covers the functions of PowerPoint 2013). Arranged in a pleasingly simple format that is easy to read and uses examples and images where needed to show how to access the functions.
Suitable For:
A Level
GCSE
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Microsoft Word 2016 - basic functions handout
£1.00
A 4-page handout featuring the basic functions of Microsoft Word 2016 (but also largely covers the functions of Word 2013). Arranged in a pleasingly simple format that is easy to read and uses examples and images where needed to show how to access the functions.
Suitable For:
A Level
GCSE
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Microsoft Excel 2016 - basic functions handout
£1.00
A 4-page handout featuring the basic functions of Microsoft Excel 2016 (but also largely covers the functions of Excel 2013). Arranged in a pleasingly simple format that is easy to read and uses examples and images where needed to show how to access the functions.
Suitable For:
A Level
GCSE
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Microsoft Word
Essay Writing - a basic introduction
£1.00
A 3-page introduction to writing essays, best aimed at students who are struggling with the concept and purpose of writing essays rather than those who are already familiar with extended writing. Presented in a clear and visual manner.
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