ABOUT THIS COURSE

Maximise effectiveness in teaching OCR A-Level Law by planning as you mean to go on, producing quality lessons and preparing students well for assessment, new teachers from other boards, will also find this valuable, although exam materials will be drawn from the OCR board.  This is the first session of a series of two.

This can be bought as a series with session 2 for a cost of £180 + VAT

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  •  Plan a meaningful, quality curriculum that attracts and retains students
  • Deliver content that is easy to learn and understand
  • Prepare students for assessment so they know exactly what is expected in the exams and thus succeed
Dates Online | Wednesday 18 November 2020
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
  • Prospective teachers of Law
  • New teachers of Law (1-3 years)
  • Non subject specialists seeking more confidence in delivering A level Law
COURSE CODE  8180
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
INCLUDED
  • A specially prepared folder of 50+ pages full of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
  • Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
  • Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
  • CPD Certificate of attendance

PROGRAMME

4.00 – 4.05 pm Welcome and Introduction

4.05-4.20 pm:  Planning  

  • How to develop a scheme of work
  • What to emphasise and key knowledge
  • How to teach the syllabus: interleaving or blocked practice

4.20-4.40 pm: Teaching Tips                       

  • How to structure lessons
  • How to integrate practice questions into lessons
  • Which resources to use (including how and when to use the textbook)

4.40-5.00 pm: Assessment advice                                                                            

  • Understanding the ‘describe’, /discuss’, ‘scenario’ and ‘essay’ questions
  • How to generate your own questions for students
  • How to answer a scenario question

5.00-5.15 pm: Retaining Students

  • Ensuring quality transition work
  • Ensuring quality induction work
  • How to fit the content of Year 1/Year 12 around student expectations

5.15-5.30 pm: Q&A                                                         

  • Ask questions to the course leader
  • Share experiences
  • Feedback perspectives

Alex Martin Diaz

Alex is a lecturer at an FE college in the South West. He has ten years’ experience of teaching and tutoring all age groups, but mainly A-level History and Law (across multiple exam boards). Alex coordinates a successful Oxbridge and Medicine/Veterinary Science/Dentistry applications programme, as well as a secondary school outreach course. He has contributed to the A-Level Law Magazine (Hodder). In this webinar, Alex shares his experiences of developing an effective OCR A-Level Law course.

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