Show all resources in Twenty First Century Science Buy using the series order form Developed in partnership with the University of York Science Education Group (UYSEG), these resources support your students with the increased content demand and maths requirements for the 9-1 specifications, as well as all required practicals.
GCSE - Twenty First Century Science Suite - Combined Science B (9-1) - J260 (from 2016) GCSE - Gateway Science Suite - Combined Science A (9-1) - J250 (from 2016) This qualification has an emphasis on scientific literacy - the knowledge and understanding that learners need to recognise the impact of science and technology on everyday life. (1) Specifications. Specification (PDF, 2MB) (1) Key.
Twenty First Century Science is context led (related to everyday application of science) and available as separate science GCSEs in addition to Combined Science GCSE (unlike AQA Synergy). Gateway Science grew out of Suffolk Science and the assessments continue to reflect the approach of that earlier teacher led initiative. In Gateway Science.
When it comes to GCSE Chemistry exam preparation, nothing beats practice. That’s why we’ve come up with this all-new Grade 9-1 Exam Practice Workbook — it’s bursting with realistic exam-style questions for the entire OCR 21st Century course (including coverage of Working Scientifically and all the new Required Practical Activities).
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Linnaean system of classification. Living organisms are classified into groups depending on their characteristics. This system was developed in the eighteenth century by Carl Linnaeus.Learn More
The '9-1' OCR 21st Century specification for GCSE Biology, examined from summer 2018.Learn More
Twenty First Century Science - Physics course chapter by chapter P1 - The Earth in the Universe; P2 - Radiation and Life; P3 - Sustainable Energy; P4 - Explaining Motion; P5 - Electric Circuits; P6 - Radioactive Materials; P7 - Observing the Universe, for students students following (Separate Science) Physics GCSE. General Useful Links Bitesize for 21st Century Science; OCR CORE Science.Learn More
Twenty First Century Science is a motivating and engaging way to study science at GCSE. These resources will prepare students both for progression to further study of science and to be scientifically minded and informed citizens. The Twenty First Century Science suite will: - Develop students' abilities to critically evaluate data and information, by examining evidence and the arguments that.Learn More
Learn about the risks and benefits of using the different types radiation with GCSE Bitesize Physics.Learn More
This unit teaches the basics of the 21st Century threats that organisations are now worried about and preventative measures that are being used to minimise the risks. System Software Lesson 1 (Features of Operating Systems) Lesson 2 (Utility Software) PC Technician Task PC Technician Software in Your Toolbox System Software Workbook.Learn More
GCSE 91 Twenty First Century Science Biology B 257 Support highlights 2 OCR 2020 You may also like Practical skills booklets A series of booklets for delivering suggested practicals, including an extension booklet students can work through to practice exam style questions related to practicals. End of Topic Quizzes Here is a quiz for each chapter containing short and longer answer questions.Learn More
Twenty First Century Science BLis a suite of complementary specifications offering flexible and exciting options for science at GCSE BLis unique in having been extensively trialled over three years with more than 6,000 students in each year BLis motivating, stimulating and relevant. The specifications and resources are the products of close collaboration between the University of York Science.Learn More
GCSE English Language is a very important qualification for your future employment and progression. Most employers and universities still require you to have a Grade 5 or above in GCSE English Language to apply for a place. What You Will Learn. A wide range of extracts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, including literature and literary non-fiction. Entry Requirements. There are no formal.Learn More
GCSE Science: Supporting students with the required practicals. by James O'Brien. After surveying both international schools and almost 400 schools in England, the Good Practical Science report concluded that “in the countries we visited, practical science is alive and flourishing” while in England “the intense pressure to perform in written exams” means “practical science is at risk.Learn More
This brilliant Revision Guide has the new Higher Level Grade 9-1 OCR 21st Century GCSE Combined Science course covered! Every topic is explained in CGP’s uniquely clear and concise style — and there’s plenty of advice on all the Required Practical Activities, maths skills and Working Scientifically. There are also practice questions at the end of each page to test students on what they.Learn More
OCR Twenty First Century Chemistry - GCSE homework quizzes -Air Quality. One quiz and a short-text exercise. To help pupils studying air quality and the chemistry of the air. Orginally for OCR 21st Century Science (C1), but also used for AQA C1. Author: Dr Kaiser at Notre Dame High School, Norwich. Page: 1.Learn More