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REVISION EXTREME!!

Rapid Revision Progress!!Through Interval Revision TrainingObjective

To practise specific exam skills to maximise your marks in the exam

Interval Revision Training

- The science bit…
- Bringing together spaced learning techniques with specific exam advice to show rapid progress towards exam success
- You will learn how to answer 6 mark questions fully by cracking the written answer formula
- In just 60 minutes!
- You will complete 6 minute high intensity, high pressure work followed by short rest periods

Lesson outline

- Warm up your brains
- You will do 3 repeats of the following and at the end be a master!!
- A) Task: Difficult 6 minute task to get your brain aching!!
- B) C) Marking task – how did you do?
- D) Try that 1st task again now you know what you’re aiming for. Can you get full marks??
- E) Interval to rejuvenate your tiring neural pathways.

- Consolidate and cool down – what progress have you made?

Warm up…

- Take a deep breath and start that brain thinking

Let’s Go!8 minutes

- Exam Technique!!
- Take 2 minutes to read the passage
- Take 6 minutes to write an answer

- Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the plan to build thousands of offshore wind turbines around Britain and the suggested electricity power link between Britain and Iceland. (6 marks)

Success Criteria – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit..How many did you get

Now try again criteria. 2 minute limit..

- Rewrite your answer now you have seen the criteria. 3 minute limit

Mark your answer again – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

WHOOSH!! criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

- What is this reaction?
- Describe of it is complete or incomplete what will happen..

TASK 2: CHEMISTRY criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

- In this question you will be assessed on using good English, organisinginformation clearly and using specialist terms where appropriate.
- Each year in the UK, billions of plastic bags are given free to shoppers. These bags are made from poly(ethene) and are often used only once.
- After being used many of these plastic bags are either thrown away as litter or buried in landfill sites.
- In 2006 over 10 billion of these plastic bags were given free to shoppers.
- In 2009 the number of plastic bags given to shoppers had decreased to 6.1 billion.
- One reason for the decrease was because some supermarkets made people pay for their plastic bags.
- From 2011 a new type of plastic shopping bag made mainly from poly(ethene) had a use-by date of only one year printed on the bag.
- Use the information above and your knowledge and understanding to describe advantages and disadvantages of using plastic shopping bags made from poly(ethene). (6 marks)

Success Criteria – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit..How many did you get

Now try again criteria. 2 minute limit..

- Rewrite your answer now you have seen the criteria. 3 minute limit

Mark your answer again – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Door criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Answer:

Back Door

Grabs criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Grabs

Grabs

Grabs

Answer:

Up for grabs

Ci ii criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Answer:

See eye to eye

No Good criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

No Good

Answer:

Up to no good

BROTHER criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Answer:

Big Brother

Ac caught t criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

Answer:

Caught in the act

TASK 3: BIOLOGY criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

- In this question you will be assessed on using good English, organisinginformation clearly and using specialist terms where appropriate.
- Plants and animals have become adapted in many different ways to reduce the risk of being eaten by predators.
- Describe these adaptations.
- Give examples of animals and plants adapted in the ways you describe.
- (6 marks)

Success Criteria – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit..How many did you get

Now try again criteria. 2 minute limit..

- Rewrite your answer now you have seen the criteria. 3 minute limit

Mark your answer again – mark your answer against these criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

examples of clear and detailed biology points made in response:

camouflage – the method of camouflage should be described plus a statement that the predator is less likely to see the prey

mimicry / warning colouration– the method should be described plus a statement that the predator is likely to confuse the prey with e.g. a poisonous organism

thorns / prickles / spines / horns – a statement that these are sharp and are likely to hurt a predator

long limbs / streamlining – a statement that these increase speed and make it more likely that prey will outrun predator

bad taste / poison – a statement that predator will find this unpleasant and ‘spit out’ prey / not attack same prey again

large ears / position of eyes – a statement that predators will be detected earlier so the prey can escape sooner

Consolidate criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

- How many did you get for your first attempt of the first question?
- How much did you get for your last attempt at the last question?
- How much progress have you made?
- Describe a general approach to answering these 6 mark questions.

AWESOME JOB criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

REVISION EXTREME!!

- Don’t forget to keep learning the keywords and testing yourself everyday
- Using the revision guides and past paper questions (with the mark scheme)
- AND get plenty of sleep to keep your brain well rested and drink plenty of water to keep your brain well hydrated.

Brain – Cool-down criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?

- Two girls are born to the same mother, on the same day, at the same time, in the same year and yet they're not twins. HOW CAN THIS BE???!!

Brain criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?– Cool-down

- Two girls are born to the same mother, on the same day, at the same time, in the same year and yet they're not twins. HOW CAN THIS BE???!! TWINS???!!!!
- Answer: They were two of three triplets. (Of course!!!)

Brain criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?– Cool-down

- A man lives on the 82nd floor of a block of flats. Everyday, on his way to work, he takes the elevator down to the ground floor and leaves the building. After work, he re-enters the flats, and takes the elevator to the 43rd floor. He then walks up the other 39 flights. WHY IS THIS??????

Brain criteria. 2 minute limit.. Did you get 6 marks?? How much progress did you make from your first attempt?– Cool-down

- A man lives on the 82nd floor of a block of flats. Everyday, on his way to work, he takes the elevator down to the ground floor and leaves the building. After work, he re-enters the flats, and takes the elevator to the 43rd floor. He then walks up the other 39 flights. WHY IS THIS?????? THE ELEVATOR.
- Answer: The man was a very small person who could only reach the 43rd lift button.