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GCSE criteria for Design and Technology 2007

This set of subject criteria were produced in 2007 by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority for Awarding Bodies to produce subject specifications for use in 2009 GCSE Design and Technology. GCSE specifications had to meet these criteria in order to be accredited.

The GCSE criteria explain the general...

GCSE subject criteria for Engineering 2007

This set of subject criteria were produced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority for Awarding Bodies to produce subject specifications for use in 2007 GCSE Engineering. GCSE specifications had to meet these criteria in order to be accredited.

The GCSE criteria explain the general aims of studying a...

GCSE criteria for Science 2011

This set of subject criteria were produced by the Ofqual, the Welsh Assembly and CEA (Northern Ireland) for Awarding Bodies to produce subject specifications for use in 2011 GCSE Science, GCSE Additional Science, GCSE Additional Applied Science, GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry, and GCSE Physics. GCSE specifications...

International Comparisons of Compulsory Assessment Systems 2007

Produced in 2007, this is an an International Review of Curriculum and Assessment (INCA) thematic probe to compare compulsory assessment systems which the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) asked National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) to undertake. It gathered information via the 20 INCA...

Review of Teacher Assessment: Evidence of what works best 2009

Commissioned by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, this Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment review of teacher assessment in 2009 looked at teacher assessment in practice in a number of countries to see what works best and to consider the implications for Assessing Pupils’ Progress (APP...

End of Level Reviews

These resources from SMILE consist of short questions designed to assess students' progress in mathematics. Each section consists of a statement which describes the mathematics being assessed, an example to help students understand what is required and questions for the students to complete. The answers to the...

Mass and Dissolving

This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, asks students to predict the masses of solutions from given masses of solute and solvent.

Students also need to explain what happens to the solute in solution and to explain the emergent properties of the solution. It is primarily aimed at the 11–14 age...

Iron – a Metal

This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, is designed for able students who have been introduced to the properties of metals and to the basic notion of metallic bonding.

Students are provided with a diagram showing part of a slice through the three dimensional structure of iron, along with twenty...

Chemical Comparisons

This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, asks students to suggest similarities and differences between various pairs of chemical systems presented as simple diagrams, such as iron and sulfur, water and sugar solution and a variety of particle models. There are thirty-six different sets of diagrams in...

Definitions in Chemistry

This resource, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, provides students with an opportunity to discuss and give a critique of basic chemical definitions for the terms element, compound, atom, and molecule.

By engaging in the activity students can explore and reveal their own understanding of these concepts....

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