Year 11 Parent Information Evening (Revision)

Revision Evening 3/2/20 How Parents & Carers Can Help. Organisation and Planning It is important to have a plan as to when & what you will revise. Encourage your child to take breaks from revision they should not really revise for longer than an

hour without a short break. Use regular praise and encourage them to make a start on revision tasks. It is important to have a quiet place free from distractions to revise. Useful Techniques 1. Mind Mapping They are a great way to give an overview of a topic. You can be very creative with them. Plain paper and some coloured pens are all you really need in terms of resources.

You child can then display them on the wall and in key places before their exam. Mind Maps Use: Lines Symbols WORDS Color

Images Useful Techniques 2. Revision Cards Its a great idea to create a selection of cards that cover a topic. Try to condense the information and include questions. These are a great place for parents and carers to support by asking the questions and checking answers. Cards are available in most shops.

Revision Cards The website quizlet is really useful in helping with revision cards. What is GCSEpod?

Easy to learn 3-5 minute short, sharp bursts of audio-visual learning Access to content from 21 subjects, all mapped to their exam board Available online or offline Ability to favourite any Pods on topics they find hard and revisit them Ability to complete tests and receive instant feedback on assignments Students accelerate their progress by receiving instant feedback on their knowledge gaps Pre-made exam playlists, helping to organise revision Takes the stress out of learning

1. Go to: https://members.gc sepod.com 2. Click New Here? Get Started! 3. Select STUDENT, enter your details

and create a username and password Julia van Schaik, Director of English ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE REVISION Why are English and Maths GCSEs so important? A good pass in an English or maths GCSE is needed for most level 3 courses

Most universities and many jobs demand maths and especially English GCSEs often at grades 6 & 7 Resits in English and maths are obligatory Essential life skills What is GCSE English? English Language English Literature = 2 GCSEs English: The Exams English Literature

English Language Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th-century novel Section A: Shakespeare Macbeth Section B: The 19th-century novel Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde Paper 2: Modern texts and poetry Section A: Modern texts Animal Farm Section B: Poetry Power & Conflict

Section C: Unseen poetry Paper 1: Explorations in creative reading and writing Reading (25%) one single unseen text Writing (25%) writing to describe or narrate Paper 2: Writers viewpoints and perspectives Reading (25%) two linked texts Writing (25%) writing to argue

and/or persuade Exam Equipment We advise all students bring in to their English Language and English Literature exams: Two or three black ink pens. A highlighter to help pick out key parts of the question and quotations from the extracts A watch for timekeeping phones not allowed (although there will be plenty of clocks in the hall) A ruler if it helps to focus on reading

On to English revision . How can my child revise for English Language? All Year 11 students have been sent 10, 10 minute videos that provide guidance on each paper which are aimed at up to grade 5 watch one a day (these are also on the Prove it Plus website) GCSE Pod homework is set by the HOD for each week stepped programme to cover all aspects needed How can my child revise for English Language?

Prove it Plus website via Philip Morant practice questions, sample answers C All students have been issued with revision cards produced by the department English Language revision area obtain A range of guides are

available to purchase from bookshops or Amazon GCSE English Literature Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th-century novel Section A: Shakespeare - Macbeth Section B: The 19th-century novel Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde Paper 2: Modern texts and poetry Section A: Modern texts Animal Farm

Section B: Poetry Power & Conflict Section C: Unseen poetry How can my child revise for English Literature? re-read each of the set texts: Macbeth, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Animal Farm Copies can purchased at low cost from Amazon.com Alternatively, free electronic copies of all three texts can be found online at: www.gutenberg.org Audiobooks are an excellent alternative for students who are reluctant to read at home; these could be purchased and accessed on smartphones and/or MP3 players and listened to on the move!

There are also some audiobooks available as Youtube videos. Learn as many poems from the anthology as possible there are recommended poems that are essential How can my child revise for English Literature? All students have been issued with Snap Revision Guides GCSE Pod is an excellent resource for every text and CGP guides are also very good How can my child revise for

English Literature? BBC GCSE Bitesize has very useful revision notes, flashcards, videos, quizzes and sample exam questions. It can be accessed via: Website App Useful Websites English Language on BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zr9d7ty English Literature on BBC Bitesize: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zckw2hv

Other useful literature websites: http://www.sparknotes.com/ http://www.shmoop.com/jekyll-and-hyde/ You can access a full electronic copy of Macbeth with a modern English translation via: http://hibsenglish.weebly.com/uploads/7/2/3/6/7236232/macbeth_no_fear_script.pdf You can access a full electronic copy of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde via: http://www.iisbachelet.it/biblioteca/Jekyll.pdf YouTube has presentations on most of the poems For more see the Prove it Plus website English Revision The final countdown Holiday Schools for English Revision after school on Tuesdays for both GCSES

Walking talking mock sessions before each English exam Warm ups on the mornings of the exams If your child feels that they need more information or extra support in any of these areas, please email Jayn Sadler, Head of English at: [email protected] Maths The new big, fat Maths curriculum GCSE Maths New Maths GCSE for 2017

Exam board is EdExcel 100% examined (no coursework) THREE written exams Paper 1 Non calculator (80 marks) 1 hours Paper 2 Calculator (80 marks) 1 hours Paper 3 Calculator (80 marks) 1 hours All papers can contain content from the whole curriculum New Maths GCSE for 2017 Much greater focus on problem-solving. Requirement to provide clear mathematical arguments. A lot of new added content at both Higher

and Foundation level. No formulae provided. (Students expected to remember them!) The tools to do the job! Which of these are you actually doing? Revision strategy Following your own revision timetable 3 hours of maths a week Using Mathswatch to look up key topics every week night Using Maths genie to look at the topics for each grade hr every other night Using the Corbett maths revision cards every day or make your own. Using GCSEpod - podcasts to watch every day.

Using PIXL to practice keys topics identified from the mock exams Completing the fortnightly exam papers looking things up when not sure 4 quick questions before school 8.20am Rm 47/43 EVERY DAY! After school in the Learning Centre on Wednesdays until 4.20pm Trying the stretch and challenge questions in a lesson Using a revision guide at least 3 hours a week. Learning the key facts on the coloured foundation revision sheets Learning the formulas! Other PiXL Wave Feedback Sheet

Very Insecure Topics Insecure Topics Secure Topics Index laws (negative and fractional) Alternate & corresponding angles Product of prime factors Recurring decimals

Area of a circle Ordering numbers Surds Box plots Derive an equation Problems with compound units Relative frequency

Direct and inverse proportion Enlargements and negative scale factors Graphs of quadratic functions Congruency and lengths of similar shapes Simultaneous equations (linear)

Population s Changing the subject Algebra and proof Perpendicular lines Simultaneous equations (non linear) Algebraic argument How to support at home - Check equipment: pen, pencil, ruler, calculator, etc. - Revision guides and websites - Encourage homework and revision - Encourage good sleep and eating habits

Science Ready Recall flash cards, video clips, reading notes in a book or online Rehearse practise questions, Steady Go

revision book questions, download questions from AQA, download from website in checklists REPEAT Rest take a break, have a drink/snack, 10 minute chat with a friend Remember

the 4 Rs! Want to ace your science exam? Step 1 Buy a revision book Read the notes, make some flash cards and try the questions at the back mark scheme included . Step 2

Activate your GCSE POD account Watch the videos, make a list of any questions you have and ask your teacher about them. Or ... http ://freescienceless ons.co.uk Step 3

Make sure you can log onto you Kerboodle account see your teacher if you cant (or e mail me [email protected] ch.uk ) PRACTISE, PRACTISE, PRACTISE! Past paper practise

is really valuable to prepare for your test/exam ask your teacher to e mail you some or click on the links in the checklists that have been sent to you by Mr Job. Step 4 [email protected]

Have they made a plan/timetable? Is revision part of the routine? Do they know what to revise & where to get the information? SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Is there somewhere calm/quiet for them to study Are they stressed/need support? Do they need a snack!? Do they need a gentle shove in the right

direction!? What motivates them? SCIENCE PAPER 1: Biology Cell Structure & transport, Cell division, Organisation & digestive system, Organising animals

and plants, Communicable and non-communicable diseases, Preventing disease, Photosynthesis, Respiration Chemistry Atomic structure, Periodic table, Structure & bonding, Chemical

calculations, Chemical changes, Electrolysis, Energy changes Physics Conservation & Dissipation of Energy, Energy transfer by Heating, Energy Resources, Electric Circuits, Electricity in the

Home, Molecules and Matter, Radioactivity. SCIENCE PAPER 2: Biology Homeostasis, Nervous system, Hormones & reproduction, Inheritance, variation & evolution, Animal & plant adaptations, ecosystems, pollution

& recycling Chemistry Rates of chemical reactions, crude oil & hydrocarbons, Chromatography, chemical tests, Chemistry of Earths atmosphere, Earths resources Physics

Forces, Motion, Waves, electromagnetic waves, Magnetism, electromagnetism, 40% of you exam will need you to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of scientific ideas, scientific techniques and procedures (RECALL, IDENTIFY, STATE, MATCH, SEQUENCE, DESCRIBE) 40% of you exam will need you to apply knowledge and understanding of scientific ideas, scientific enquiry, scientific techniques and A procedures (APPLY, unf pplic

COMPARE,COMMENT ) inv amili ation o lv ar c t oto interpret and 20% of you exam will need you to analyse information and ideas es o linkand nimprove tex experimental

evaluate, make judgements, draw conclusions, anddevelop i procedures (ANALYSE, JUSTIFY, EVALUATE, INTERPRET, EXPLAIN) is h n g id t ard eas MATHS SKILLS - Students will need to demonstrate key mathematical skills which will ! be taught throughout the course and also be assessed in the final exam LEARN THOSE FORMULAS (available on Moodle or from your teacher) Dont get put off by unfamiliar situations!

REQUIRED PRACTICALS - These are completed during lessons the course Only 40% of the paperthroughout is likely to focus on and will be examined in the final exams listed above BE RECALL

THE examples you mayABLE haveTO covered in lessons. EQUIPMENT & THE METHOD (available on Moodle or from your teacher) There will be selection of short and longer answers MAKE SURE YOU ANSWER EVERY QUESTION! SCIENCE EXAM DATES:

B1 15 May PM (Biology paper 1) C1 17 May AM (Chemistry paper 1) P1 23 May PM (Physics paper 1) B2 11 June AM

(Biology paper 2) C2 13 June AM (Chemistry paper 2) P2 15 June AM (Physics paper 2) Bring a calculator! Come along to revision (Thursdays) Learn the physics equations Show your working for calculations Bring a pencil and ruler - You may have to measure things or complete a diagram

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p60rN9JEapg Other Resources https://proveit.plus/ Easter School Business Rm 21 A Baker J- AlphonseSivas

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