Technical Learning Grids for OCR AS and A Level PE
A brilliant idea designed to support less academic students. Students have to read their textbook/notes to complete a grid of questions following the OCR A Level specification section by section. Cross-referencing to the ZigZag Course Companion and to the OCR-endorsed textbooks ensures a structured reading of the text.
This is a saviour for those students who find learning difficult and motivation for the less willing. Leads to active learning, identification of key points and the structuring of information.
- Questions cover all assessment objectives – developing students’ ability to demonstrate knowledge, apply understanding and evaluate factors underpinning performance
- Full specification coverage – great for using as revision notes
- Particularly supports 'hands-on' learners who need to write information to absorb it
- ZigZag Education Course Companions for OCR AS and A Level PE
- OCR A Level PE Book 1, by John Honeybourne and Sarah Powell (Hodder Education Group, 2012, ISBN 978-1444187274)
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8597)|
|A great resource which breaks down the syllabus into various exam style questions and answers. Could pick bits out and use whilst teaching the content or to form quizzes and also a fantastic revision resource at the end of the year for students... it will then give them a superb revision resource to use as it covers all the key terms and topics in the syllabus and makes them think about questioning and how to word their answers ... The layout is very simple to follow with the headings breaking down the specification. K Donovan, PE Teacher & Independent Reviewer|
|'The resource is a good tool to consolidate learning, and if used throughout the course will bring a sense of consistency to the student’s learning.' - N Hopes, PE Teacher and Independent Reviewer|
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