Learning Grids for Edexcel GCSE PE
Help your ‘practical minded’ students understand the theory!
A brilliant idea designed to support differentiation. Students work through the question grids to review each specification point. Working alone or in pairs, with or without their books, every student can engage with this resource.
A very valuable resource to any PE department...
...Could easily be left as cover work, set for homework or used as part of a summative or formative assessment
Progressive structure helps students grasp the basics before tackling applied questions.
A godsend for weaker students who find it difficult to absorb information in class. Particularly supports ‘hands-on’ learners who need to write information down to absorb it.
The use of photos and diagrams is great, gives a bit more depth and perspective, especially for students who don't like reading
- Leads to active learning, scaffolding of understanding and student confidence
- An easy-to-set, yet valuable homework or cover lesson
- Students work individually, you can focus where the help is needed
- Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Physical Education Student Book, by Tony Scott (Pearson Education; 2nd Edition, ISBN 9781292129884)
- Edexcel GCSE PE (9-1), by Sue Hartigan (Hodder Education; 3rd Edition, ISBN 9781471866968)
- Edexcel GCSE Physical Education, by Maarit Edy and Matthew Hunter (OUP; ISBN 9780198370215)
ZigZag Education is not affiliated with OUP, Hodder Education or Pearson.
What do teachers say about this resource? (8589)
The resource is really good for lower level learners to use without additional teacher help for lesson. It is very user friendly, good images to give clarity to visual learners. You need to buy this for your SEND and PP pupils in your classes. On point!
Great resource, laid out very well. I like the idea of the grids and also the use of sporting examples. The use of photos and diagrams is great, gives a bit more depth and perspective especially for students who don't like reading. The fact that it is also linked to the textbook is great, makes it very user friendly. I think this would be used to support the classroom teaching, in that it could be used for reflection/checking for understanding, so that the teacher can help fill the gaps, rather than going through everything again with everyone, they can spend time in smaller groups where there are problems or concepts that are missing.
A great resource for students, especially as revision, as it makes students consider questions and apply their knowledge and where applicable apply to a sporting example. This resource supports students in answering questions in relation to the theory and consolidates what they know. This has great educational value when preparing for exam questions. A great resource and has great potential. Other teachers would be interested in purchasing this as a resource to use alongside others.
Very good for low-level learners ... Gives a handy resource for Lower-ability and SEN pupils. Use zigzag for your resources as they are really good indeed.
What do teachers say about this resource? (8590)
The resource is great, it compliments component 2 very well as the pictures are really current and relative to the topics. Pupils just work from these sheets really independently and crack on without the teacher having to personalise learning too much. The pupils like the way they are written and find the work easy to do. You should buy these as a personalised learning resource to aid lower level learners especially. On the money!
It is user friendly... Lower ability stand more chance with accessing the work. Use Zigzag for your resources as they are great.
Very user friendly... I like the table formatting which makes it very easy for the reader/user to move through the topics. The value mainly lies within allowing students to see model answers and for helping students practise the answering of exam questions. I like the table formatting which makes it very easy for the reader/user to move through the topics. It is clearly broken up into questions, answers. It also had varied questions (short answer, longer answer, images to analyse).
A really good resource to use as a revision/recap/end of topic activity. It covers all topics in paper 2 and promotes applying knowledge and understanding to exam like questions in an alternative way to a exam paper. A user friendly layout that can be used in different ways to consolidate students learning... It can be used as a revision tool or to provide a topic overview. It breaks the information down into more manageable chunks... the layout and presentation makes it user friendly and it is broken down into topics so can be used as a whole document or parts of at a time to support learning. Within the questions there are graphs and pictures to relate to where appropriate to break up the amount of text.