Humanities Gcse Coursework

Humanities Gcse Coursework-82
I start the year off by outlining the course, the examinations and specification content.

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Our ‘A’ level course will present you with various sociological theories and ask you to draw on your own experience and background knowledge as well as what you learn in the course to test their validity and accuracy. The AQA GCSE Religious Education course, Specification B Ethics, Philosophy and Religion in Society, 4055, is assessed by a modular exam comprising two Units which may be taken separately or together.

By studying a History IGCSE, students can learn from the past in a bid to better shape their futures.

Others, spurred on by their thirst for knowledge, choose to continue their study of history at A level, before heading off to university in order to obtain a degree, MA or even a PHD.

Whichever route students choose, the critical thinking skills developed throughout this course will enable them to consistently interpret and question a range of topics, from simple things like newspapers to global events that shape the world in which we live.

At this point I’l give out books to those that wish to continue working in a book and ensure those that wish to use a folder have paper.

Next I explore the support available to students and how we encourage them to ask for help if they need it. This year I’ll be getting students to return to subject content from year 9.

Whilst many of us are getting ready for heading back to school I thought I’d share with you my resources for the first few lessons with my GCSE students.

Although it’s all one Power Point, I break it up as required.

They covered The Challenge of Resource Management in terms 5 and 6 and therefore I’d like to see what they can recall.

I’ll be starting with a bit of retrieval using a question grid.

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