• GCSE Science 9-1 - GCSE Science Ready Intervention Tasks for KS3 to GCSE - 9780008215323
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GCSE Science 9-1 - GCSE Science Ready Intervention Tasks for KS3 to GCSE

Series edited by Ed Walsh, Written by Ed Walsh, Emily Quinn and Alex Holmes
Key Stage 4/GCSE/Ages 14-16
RRP £125.00
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This set of 20 teaching tasks provide tailored interventions for the AQA KS3 Science syllabus in response to gaps diagnosed by the Transition Tests. With active assessment ideas, commentary on student responses, and examples of further intervention this will provide invaluable support to teachers managing the critical transition to GCSE.

• Fully matched to the AQA KS3 Science syllabus, the Big Ideas framework and Enquiry Processes, and supporting the Mastery Goals necessary for success • Consists of 20 teaching interventions for use once assessment of knowledge and skills has been undertaken and gaps and weaknesses diagnosed • Structured as a mirror image of the Transition Tests with two tasks per Big Idea, the first for Year 1 topics and a second for Year 2 topics • Situates the teaching support in context by linking to previous and forthcoming concepts, establishing why the task supports GCSE readiness’ and listing the relevant AQA mastery statements • Includes a variety of active task types, both open and closed, as well as simple suggestions for teacher-led dialogue to elicit student’s ideas • Provides invaluable guidance on assessing student’s responses including mastery criteria, common misconceptions and ideas for further interventions • Flexible support for teachers who want to ensure learning is embedded and particularly useful for non-specialists and those new to teaching
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