ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
This webinar will demonstrate how to guide your best students to achieve an A or A* grade in future AQA A Level examinations. Led by our highly respected and successful presenter Ross Howitt, the course will demonstrate teaching and learning ideas for both theoretical and practical coursework (NEA) areas.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Gain an informed understanding of what is required to achieve an A or A* grade
- Learn from an experienced examiner and moderator
- Learn new ways to engage students in active learning and satisfying the demands of the lead examiners
- Tweak your approach to NEA coursework to assist the more able students (within JCQ rules)
|WEBINAR DATE||Wednesday 20 January 2021 – 4pm|
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|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
4.00 – 4.05pm: Welcome and Introduction
4.05 – 4.40pm: Session 1 – lessons from 2019, going forward
- A look at the feedback from the 2019 exam with an emphasis on the do’s and don’ts of answering questions.
- An examiner workshop to include how to answer the different types of exam questions and how to enable students to gain maximum marks.
- There will be special emphasis on constructive methods to help students build answers for the extended questions.
- The extended questions: how to approach them in a constructive way, scaffolding the answer for success.
4.40- – 5.20pm: Session 2: .Paper 1
- Exploring how to make anatomy more appealing, including the use of “models” and an innovative way to teach movement analysis
- Focus on information processing and memory models from the skill section of the specification. We will break down “Baddeley and Hitch” and unravel Schema! This session will finish with a look at promoting discussion using some free resources to help teach the globalisation of sport.
5.20 – 5.55pm: Session 3: Paper 2
- The session on Paper 2 kicks off, literally but safely, with a look at biomechanics and how to make teaching stability, fluid mechanics and forces more appealing.
- The newer topics from sports psychology including Vealey, sports confidence and the influence of others on performance will be discussed with reference to improving answers to extended questions and exam technique.
- Synoptic assessment will be discussed with an analysis of how to link some of the topics we have discussed with socio cultural issues.
5.55 – 6.00 pm: Q & A and opportunities to ask for further help and advice
Ross is Principal Moderator and Coursework Advisor for a major exam board. He has managed a strong team of teachers in one of the country’s largest and most successful providers of A Level Physical Education and brings a wealth of experience to this course. Ross has a strong reputation for delivering focused and informative INSET courses and is a regular provider of articles and information to a number of educational periodicals. He provides educational consultancy in schools/ colleges around the country.