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GCSE Geography Exam preparation.. We can help you!

Discussion in 'Geography' started by Geographer, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    As we head towards the summer exam period we are going to be using the Act Global student network (http://actglobal.ning.com) to support GCSE exam preparation. With poverty, migration, sustainability, conflict and other issues being explored on the network we will be actively encouraging users to answer questions, explain their answers and use evidence including case studies. In addition we will be having a number of guest experts from NGOs who will be blogging and discussing issues with students.

    If you are looking for an alternative homework, a good tool to use when school is closed or are keen to improve your student's responses to questions in an alternative setting Act Global could be good for you.

    To sign up just visit http://actglobal.ning.com and we will be in touch. You can also visit the teacher site at www.teachactglobal.org.

    Dan
     
  2. Hi,

    As we head towards the summer exam period we are going to be using the Act Global student network (http://actglobal.ning.com) to support GCSE exam preparation. With poverty, migration, sustainability, conflict and other issues being explored on the network we will be actively encouraging users to answer questions, explain their answers and use evidence including case studies. In addition we will be having a number of guest experts from NGOs who will be blogging and discussing issues with students.

    If you are looking for an alternative homework, a good tool to use when school is closed or are keen to improve your student's responses to questions in an alternative setting Act Global could be good for you.

    To sign up just visit http://actglobal.ning.com and we will be in touch. You can also visit the teacher site at www.teachactglobal.org.

    Dan
     

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