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1. ASSESS YOUR CURRENT LEVEL. 8.2 – Environmental and Medical Issues. 2. TARGET YOUR WEAKNESSES

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8 2 environmental and medical issues

1. ASSESS YOUR CURRENT LEVEL

8.2 – Environmental and Medical Issues

  • 2. TARGET YOUR WEAKNESSES

  • Choose the topic area that you are currently the least confident in, use it as your focus for a concentrated section of revision. Later on you will be completing a practise question about this area without your notes.

  • Strategies you can use to help you revise

  • Create a detailed key-point tool

  • Complete the practise questions from the textbook

  • Make key bullet-points for each of the key sections from the topic guide.

  • Work with a partner to create a revision test.

  • Map out how many links and connections you can make from the areas of this topic to things you know already/other areas of the GCSE RE course.

  • Find 3 quotes from the Bible you can use to include and deepen your explanations.

  • Resources to help you revise

  • Your workbook

  • The textbook

  • Revision resources supplied by your teacher

  • Checking things through with your teacher

  • Checking with a partner.

3. ASSESS YOUR PROGRESS

4. MARK YOUR WORK (in a different colour pen)


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