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#1 Nickie


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Posted 14 February 2010 - 03:00 PM

Hi guys Im really struggling here. We have bee teaching gcse humanities to year 9 top set since sept. They take the exam in june this year. I have have no scheme of work or assessment matierials. Although Ive looked at the specification a million times Im still confused. I feel mad because I dont want these kids to fail - I want to help themm. So Im asking you for help! If an exam question asks - 'Explain how the culture and beliefs of people living in the united kingdom are changing' where do I go with this - I have no resources or textbook and so far have made everthing myself. Are there resources for answering this question and what do I actually have to teach them so they will get a full 8 marks. Please help my heads going to explode!
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#2 Roy Huggins

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Posted 28 July 2012 - 04:54 PM

Hi Nickie,

I have some SOW that I've picked up from another department for GCSE Humanities. They may be of some use. If you still need help for next term, then please get in touch. I would post them here, but feel uneasy posting someone else's work.

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#3 neil mcdonald

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 12:43 PM

Which exam board is it?
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