STPM 954 Math T Coursework 2013 [Sem 2]

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Controlled Assessment

Use our helpful resources to assist you in planning and delivering successful controlled assessments in Science. From our step-by-step teacher online standardisation (T-OLS) demo to our free controlled assessment adviser service, you'll find the support you need right here. Choosing the right controlled assessmentIt’s important to choose a controlled assessment from a set that will be valid for moderation in the June series when you intend to certificate the course. Controlled assessment tasks are only valid for submission in one series. Find out which controlled assessments can be used for your subject.

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Edusites Media Studies Teaching & Learning Resources

Rob Miller | Tuesday August 18, 2015 Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, AQA A2, AQA AS, Overviews We Media Democracy and Convergence » Jeremy Orlebar | Wednesday May 12, 2010 Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, AQA A2, AQA AS, OCR A Level, OCR A2, OCR AS, Key Concepts, New Media, Convergence, Digital Media, We Media, Other Topics The catch word for the digital world of new media is convergence. Convergence is the coming together of everything digital. Definition Any digital media can be transmitted by any suitable digital medium, such as a wifi broadband connection or mobile phone, so that all communications, text, audio, graphics, video, and broadcasting can be accessed instantly.

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A* GCSE Coursework Example 2

1. Shanel le 11Design Task 5 – Child 2. The Year 1 teachers at Dubai British School have asked me to design and create a piece of children’s furniture that is safe for the children and can be kept in their classroom. The product should have a pirate theme. I have chosen to research and design a bench with storage capacity for children in the specific age group of 3-5. The reason for my choice is that at this age, children have a lot of playthings, however, storage space which is easily accessible to the child, is often a challenge. My aim is to produce an ergonomic design that provides functional and aesthetic value in addition to arresting the interests of the consumer through evaluation of their mindset and thorough anthropometric research.

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Building Students’ Capacity for Rigorous Coursework

When entering college, students need a greater capacity for deep learning than they possessed as high school students. Without it they’ll struggle from day one. Even previously high-performing students will eventually hit an impenetrable performance ceiling. However, if we can increase students’ capacity for deep learning, we’ll produce undergraduates capable of rewarding educational outcomes. Educators have little control over who enrolls in their classes. Maybe they have deep thinking skills; maybe they don’t. The good news is that there’s help for the have nots.

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Should Cannabis be legalised in the UK? - A-Level General Studies

Extracts from this document. . . Should Cannabis be legalised in the UK? Most people have their own opinion on whether or not Cannabis should be legalised but the reasons behind these opinions are not always correct and justifiable. Cannabis is now a class C drug after it was dropped from being a class B in 2004. It is illegal to have, give away or deal in Class C drugs, and to grow cannabis plants. The maximum penalties for being in possession is 2 years in jail plus an unlimited fine, for supplying or dealing cannabis you can get 14 years in jail plus an unlimited fine and if you are caught in possession with intent to supply cannabis you could get up to 14 years in jail plus an unlimited fine.

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Junior Certificate Science | Exam Papers by Topic

Junior Cert Science is a big course and covers a wide range of topics in Physics, Biology and Chemistry.  Read more If you're willing to put in the work, Junior Science is one of the easier exams to prepare for as the information you need to remember is very factual i. e. no waffling. Make sure you learn your definitions as these make up a large part of the exam.   What's on the Junior certificate Science course Biology Food,  Digestion  Skeletal and Muscular system,  The Senses  Human reproduction Animals, Plants and Micro-Organisms Chemistry Classification of substances Air, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide  Water Atomic structure Reactions and Compounds    Physics Force and Energy Heat, Light and Sound Magnetism Electricity and Electronics What's the Junior certificate Science exam like? 35% of the marks go for a report you write on an investigation carried out before the exam as well as the practical notebook you used to record experiments done in class.

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GCSE Media Studies Coursework - Magazine research and planning

1. By Jasmine Aldridge 2. Vogue Pop Lucky Wonderland Seventeen Cosmopolitan ID W Glamour Allure V Elle Dazed & confused Teen vogue British vogue Instyle UK Paper Complex Look Nylon Bullett 3. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 4. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 5. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 = Winter Summer 6. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 7. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 8. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 9. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 10. 2014/201 5 2012/201 3 2011/20 12 11. Type: General magazine (fashion, beauty, lifestyle and advice) Publisher: Prisma Press Target audience: Women between the ages of 20-55 Prima effectively appeals to their target audience because they usually use more feminine based colours like pinks and purples, which usually attracts the eyes of women.

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What do I need to do?

The practical work on the drama stimuli you're using will form the basis of your Documentary Response. This is where you show how you've worked on the text during your course. You can find out how to make a good Documentary Response in the Further Development section. For your Drama coursework you'll be writing two Documentary Responses - the first based on Unit 1 Drama Exploration which will not exceed 2,000 words. The second will be based on Unit 2 Exploring Play Texts which will not exceed 1,000 words. In addition and as part of Unit 2 you will write a Documentary Response to live theatre which will not exceed 2,000 words.

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07-05-11,  10:42 #1 Hello, Recommendations urgently needed. . . . . please Has any one studied a Level 3 Childcare (Early Years Only) course at home; WITH TUTOR support given. . . . I have placed a few links below and wondered if any one has done any of these courses this way, if yes can you tell me what you thought or indeed think of these courses via these providers? *Please note that CACHE Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2 Childcare are the qualifications already gained at present. No one in my local area is doing the Level 3, so I am looking for options, just need to gain a Early Years Level 3 certification.

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