Date: Thursday 30 April 2020 4pm

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

Maximise your students changes of achieving success in AQA GCSE Physics with this student revision webinar, focussing on the essentials and challenging questions types that are common in GCSE Physics.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING 

  • Learn how to maximise marks in the challenging practical-based questions
  • Find out more how to score the highest marks in the maths questions in GCSE Physics
  • Scoring the highest marks in extended response questions, ensuring you’re always in the top ‘level’
  • Analysing graphs in exams
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
  • Teachers of AQA Physics
  • Heads of Physics
  • Heads of Science
COURSE CODE  7934
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
  • Two course restaurant lunch
  • Refreshments throughout the day
  • Guaranteed high quality venues

PROGRAMME

4.00 – 4.05pm : Introduction

4.05 – 4.20pm: QER questions – the 6-mark question

  •    Understand how to answer different types of QER questions, e.g. comparison, explanation,  practical method questions, etc…   
  •    Gain effective strategies to frame your QER answer correctly and avoid irrelevant points
  •    Understand the difference between 1-2, 3-4 and 5-6 marks answers with real examples

4.20 – 4.40pm: mathematical questions and physics equations

  •    Learn effective strategies to layout and answer mathematical questions correctly
  •    Practice useful methods to learn the 23 physics equations not listed in the exam equation sheet
  •    Practice answering mathematical questions and spot the mistakes made by real past students

4.40 – 4.55pm: Analysing and drawing graphs

  •    Get your graphs right with step by step guidance on how to draw really good graphs
  •    Gain an insight into how to analyse graphs and draw accurate conclusions to answer exam questions correctly
  •    Understand how to describe fully trends and patterns of results from graphs in exam questions

4.55 – 5.00pm: Conclusion

  •    Summary and quick overview of practical skills in physics exam questions

Alessio Bernadelli

Alessio holds an MSc in Teacher Education from Oxford University. He has 15 years of teaching experience and has worked as Head of KS3 Science and Head of Physics for five years. He also worked as Field Development Officer for NGfL Cymru, as Science Subject Lead at TSL Education (TES) and as National Support Programme Partner in Wales with CfBT. He won a number of national and international education awards for the innovative and creative way he integrates emerging technologies in education. He authored a range of highly effective resources for partners like Microsoft, BBC, TES, Oxford University Press, Nelson Thornes, Cambridge University Press, Open University, and he is the author of Scholastic’s New GCSE Physics Revision Guide and Workbook. Alessio is currently working part-time with The Institute of Physics. He has also developed and led programmes of CPD for the British Council at National level in Mexico, Malaysia, Vietnam and Colombia.