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Improving low ability student attainment.

Discussion in 'Science' started by mfd1, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Do you do entry level alongside the gcse, particularly ocr acts as a motivator and helps get better than predicted grades. Look at content. Only teach that which is foundation level, lots of ongoing practice of exam questions, right through the course, not just at the end for revision. Doesn't matter if you run out, go back to the beginning and start again. Of course, only use relevant questions and one at a time. Little and often
     

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