Forget Me Not: New GCSE Planning | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

The new GCSE courses gives us an opportunity to implement more of what we know about how memory works. Even last year, the homework I set for Y11 were tests on Y10 material. A colleague commented that I never set homework based on the work they were doing currently. I asked how they proposed, that a student doing a two year course, would have frequently revisited the material covered 18+ months ago. Her reply was, “I’ve never thought about it like that.”
The Traditional Syllabus (8 units like old and new GCSE in RS)

Study topic A
Test topic A – Give a Working At Grade (WAG) based on study…

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