GCSE AQA A Learning Grids: Component 2: Thematic Studies
A brilliant new idea designed to support weaker learners. Students have to read their textbook/notes to complete a grid of questions in exact specification order. Cross-referenced to the major textbooks and ZigZag Course Companions to ensure a structured reading of any of the texts.
A godsend for those students who find learning difficult and motivates the less willing. Leads to active learning, identification of key points & the structuring of information.
- Particularly supports ‘hands-on’ learners who need to write information to absorb it.
- Scaffolded AQA-style questions help develop exam technique
- Full answers provided
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7487)|
|"Well-defined and easy to read. It is written with students in mind." J Simpson, Religious Studies Teacher and Satisfied Customer|
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7488)|
|"Clear and well set out resource. It is user friendly and easy to duplicate." J Simpson, Religious Studies Teacher and Satisfied Customer|
|'User friendly... The resources are well laid out and visually appealing without being over stimulating. The grid system enables students (and teacher) to quickly review student's understanding of a topic. Learning is in more bite-size chunks - students more likely to engage than with just a traditional textbook... Exam-style questions also very useful in guiding students in their thinking and writing of appropriate answers.' – M Wilson, RS Teacher & Independent Reviewer|
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7489, 7494)|
|“I wish I’d thought of it... A simple but very effective concept... The exam-style questions make the resource very relevant... a great revision tool! Effective for homeworks... ideal as a meaningful cover lesson… but equally could be used routinely by specialists too... content coverage is exhaustive and comprehensive... I wholeheartedly recommend it.” – C Pountain, Teacher, Head of RE, Examiner and Independent Reviewer|