Developed for the new International A Level specification, these new resources are specifically designed for international students, with a strong focus on progression, recognition and transferable skills, allowing learning in a local context to a global standard. Recognised by universities worldwide and fully comparable to UK reformed GCE A levels. Supports a modular approach, in line with the specification. Appropriate international content puts learning in a real-world context, to a global standard, making it engaging and relevant for all learners. Reviewed by a language specialist to ensure materials are written in a clear and accessible style. The embedded transferable skills, needed for progression to higher education and employment, are signposted so students understand what skills they are developing and therefore go on to use these skills more effectively in the future. Exam practice provides opportunities to assess understanding and progress, so students can make the best progress they can.
Exam Board: Edexcel Level: GCSE Subject: Maths First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 *Help students reach a higher level in each topic before they move onto the next topic with content broken down into larger chunks. *Check and consolidate understanding with formative assessment followed by an opportunity to strengthen learning at the end of each topic *Challenge the higher abilities to broaden learning further with extend sections. *Build confidence with fluency, reasoning and problem solving integrated in every unit to give students the tools to answer new question types. *Support lower ability students with strategies proven to help them access concepts, such as concrete- pictorial-abstract. *Encourage students to reflect on their learning, something that has been proven to nurture confidence and raise achievement in all abilities.
Exam paper covered: Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Psychology First teaching: September 2017 First exams: Summer 2019 Specifically designed to support you with the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Psychology course and assessments. Provides contemporary and engaging examples that students can relate to such as 'why we forget things' and what can affect our memory'. 'Psychology in Action' features show how theories apply to everyday life. Helps students to build practical skills and apply knowledge with features such as 'Apply It', 'Try It' and 'Develop It'. Includes a dedicated chapter on research methods and provides maths tips throughout. Includes 'preparing for your exams' sections at the end of each topic plus lots of practice and guidance throughout, with a focus on the extended writing questions.