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A-Level History

Join over 1. 2 million students every month Accelerate your learning by 29% Unlimited access from just £6. 99 per month Home AS and A Level History Marked by Teachers essays 102 Peer Reviewed essays 30 No. of results pages: 577 Show Sort by 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) " History is the study of past events and the impact they had on people and societies. Historians examine and analyse documents and sources left behind by those who were there at the time to try and find out exactly what went on.

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How to Make Your Coursework as Good as It Can Possibly Be

22 October, 2014 Many GCSE and A-level subjects are assessed in part by coursework in addition to exams, meaning that the mark you receive for coursework contributes to your overall grade. You should also read… Many students prefer coursework, because it’s a chance to showcase your academic abilities away from the high-pressured environment of the exam room, making it ideal for those who don’t perform to the best of their abilities in exams. However, the time you have available for coursework, in contrast with the time constraints of the exam room, can lull some students into a false sense of security.

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Edexcel biology for_a2

1. EdexcelBiologyC J Clegg for A2 2. Although every effort has been made to ensure that website addresses are correct at time of going to press, HodderEducation cannot be held responsible for the content of any website mentioned in this book. It is sometimes possible tofind a relocated web page by typing in the address of the home page for a website in the URL window of your browser. Hachette UK’s policy is to use papers that are natural, renewable and recyclable products and made from wood grown insustainable forests. The logging and manufacturing processes are expected to conform to the environmental regulations ofthe country of origin.

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Introduction

We believe in the importance of learning from history. That's why we've designed a specification that enables students to study different aspects of the past, so they can engage with key issues such as conflict, understand what drives change and how the past influences the present. We’ve worked with teachers and subject experts to include some exciting new topics for today’s world that will resonate with students, helping them gain new insights into the world around them. To give you the choice and flexibility to teach the history you want to teach, we’ve included the most popular and well-established topics.

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A* full marks GCSE geography coursework (rivers)

1. Page 1 of 59 An investigation into how physical channel characteristics change throughout the course of the River Holford Name: Nishay Patel Candidate Number: 8331 Centre Number: 12760 2. Page 2 of 59 Contents Introduction P. 3 Location P. 4 Exmoor National Park P. 5 Land use map P. 6 Land uses and Employment P. 7 Facts about the River Holford P. 7 OS map of River Holford P. 8 The Geology of Somerset P. 9 Geology and site map P. 10 Aim and Hypotheses P. 11 Sequence of work P. 12 Methodology P. 13 Risk Assessment P. 14 Justification of Methods P.

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English Literature - A-Level English

Join over 1. 2 million students every month Accelerate your learning by 29% Unlimited access from just £6. 99 per month Home AS and A Level English English Literature Marked by Teachers essays 257 Peer Reviewed essays 93 No. of results pages: 737 Show Sort by 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) 5 star(s) " The study of English Literature at A level will typically involve you covering a collection of Drama, Poetry and Prose from a variety of writers and eras.

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Controlled Assessment

We've changed the way you input your coursework or controlled assessment marks – it's now online, not paper-based. From summer 2016, you'll need to submit marks through our new online system, e-Submissions (e-Subs): Centre marks submission. The new online system makes submitting marks quicker and easier. You'll just need an e-AQA login – speak to your exams officer if you need help with this. See our e-subs: centre marks submission page for everything you need to know, including online tutorials. Our Customer Services team are also here to help.

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OCR A-Level Physics

From Wikibooks, open books for an open world < A-level Physics This A-level physics book is designed to follow the OCR GCE Physics A specification. For the OCR B 'Advancing Physics' specification, see A-level Physics (Advancing Physics). You can use this book as a revision guide, or as another explanation of concepts that you may not fully understand. Before you begin this course, it is recommended that you understand some of the basic concepts covered in GCSE Science, and have an understanding of the SI unit system (Appendix A). If you find any mistakes, errors, broken links, or if you are able to make the content easier to understand, please do not hesitate to edit and expand on existing content.

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Design & Technology

Your browser does not support the HTML5 video tag. Click here to download the file Click here for Design and Technology Film Introduction The Technology department at Heathfield is made up of five subject areas including; electronics, food, graphics, resistant materials and systems and control. The department is staffed with seven specialist teachers and two support technicians who work effectively together to harness talents and support student progress. Teaching & Learning The department uses a wide range of different teaching and learning techniques to challenge all students to allow them to further their knowledge.

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Gilbert's Media Studies blog on WordPress.com

Title sequences for “dream” movies Posted: November 30, 2012 in Film Openings, Preparation for main task, Titles, Uncategorized Tags: credits, dream openings, Mad Men, Napoleon Dynamite, Vertigo VERTIGO: MAD MEN: This is a MEDIA STUDIES TOP GRADE OPENING, with interesting titles/credits: It is well worth looking again and again at a top quality, Hollywood title sequence: http://www. artofthetitle. com/title/napoleon-dynamite/ Homework: Go to http://www. artofthetitle. com/ and make a timeline document like above for your DREAM OPENING.

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