DATES:
Wednesday 24 February 2021

Monday 21 June 2021

Code: 7804

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

This webinar will provide an opportunity to boost knowledge, application and evaluation within key topics from the specification. The underlying theme of this webinar will be a targeted focus on concrete examples and unique memorisation strategies to recall and apply challenging topics such as, global sporting events, media, commercialism and routes to excellence to a variety of exam questions / assessment objectives. Targeted social and cultural factors will be used as threshold concepts by which students can synoptically interleave knowledge between the different time periods and towards contemporary issues.

BENEFITS OF THIS WEBINAR

  • Gain outstanding knowledge of the most challenging/unexamined areas from the Socio-cultural issues paper
  • Receive innovative memorisation strategies to enhance recall
  • Obtain a detailed understanding of what examiners will be looking for in A02, AO3 questions
  • Access potential linked topics for the synoptic 10 mark question
  • A set of revision resources that will be sent in advance of the course
  • Take away follow up screencast links to aid revision post webinar

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • All students of OCR A-level PE

PROGRAMME

4.00pm – Reacting to the 2019 exam series feedback

  • What examiners are looking for and lessons learned for 2020

4.10pm – Comparing pre-industrial Britain and post 1850 industrial Britain

  • Where and why students struggle with this
  • Approaches to boost student understanding and ability to write excellent answers
  • Analysing example answers, with commentaries

4.25pm – Social and cultural factors through the time periods, linked to contemporary issues

  • Using knowledge to produce high quality assessment
  • Making the contemporary links

4.40pm – Memorisation and exam technique for hosting global events, media, commercialism and routes to excellence

  • Typical questions and question types
  • Key factors and features of these topics
  • What good and a great answers look like

4.55pm – Question and answer

David Pryce

David Pryce is an experienced examiner and moderator and has delivered a wide range of training at conferences and CPD events. With over twenty years’ experience of teaching and examining GCE and GCSE PE, he combines a range of teaching and learning strategies with real insight into the key skills needed for examination success