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GCSE Ready Kings’ School Al Barsha

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Welcome to your ‘GCSE Ready’ Guide

This booklet has been designed to help you prepare for the start of your GCSEs. The tasks set are important and will give you the foundation to allow you to really hit the ground running in Year 10. All of the sections should be noted carefully but perhaps the most important section is the one focusing on your mental and physical wellbeing. During a time when stress and anxiety can creep up, it is more vital than ever to look after yourself. This means making sure you are eating well, getting enough sleep and allowing yourself time to ‘check out’ and give your mind a rest. My plea to you is to consider some of the strategies which have been suggested to support your physical and emotional wellbeing -keep an open mind and who knows, you may find something which really works for you! These next two years will be hard work and there will be times when you panic and feel overwhelmed. In these moments please remember to stop, look around and see the huge support network you have available to you; your parents, friends, teachers and me! At Kings’ we do not expect you all to take the same path, work at the same speed or at the same level. Regardless of how you learn, how much or little support you need, every member of our school community will be there to help you reach your targets and go beyond what even you thought was possible. Summer is time for a well-deserved break, a time to recharge and prepare for the year ahead. Enjoy every minute of it. Good Luck  Miss Maltby (Head of Year)

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Contents 1. GCSE grading explained

2. Strategies for learning and revision

3. Top tips for mental and physical wellbeing

4. Advice for parents

5. Advice from Kings’ GCSE and A-Level Students

6. Ready, Steady, Go! A subject by subject break down to get you prepared for GCSE!

Absence Adds Up! FACT! Your chance of achieving your aspirational grade falls by 10% for every 5 days of absence!

% Attendance

% Chance of getting 5 grade 9-4 at GCSE

93.5% and above

74.3%

92.5%- 93.4%

60.4%

88% and above

26.1%

85% and below

1%

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The new GCSEs were created in order to make exams more rigorous. The changes included a change to the grading system which has been taken into account when creating our Flightpath. The Flightpath allows you to align your aspirational Flightpath with a GCSE equivalent. Points to note with the grading system; 

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A grade 9 will be awarded to fewer pupils than A* was previously. In fact, three number grades, 9, 8, 7 correspond to the previous top grades of A* and A. This is to give more differentiation at the top end. Grade 6 is a bit higher than the old B grade A grade 5 is considered a “strong pass” 4 A grade 4 is considered a “standard pass”


Six Strategies for Effective Learning and Revision Each of these strategies will be explained and practiced during your ‘skills’ lessons in Year 10. If you would like to get a head start and find out more information on each, follow the links; http://www.learningscientists.org/blog/2016/12/13-1?rq=six%20strategies http://www.learningscientists.org/downloadable-materials/?rq=six%20strategies

GCSEPod One website, three apps and over 5,000 ‘Pods’ with content produced specifically for mobile devices, tablets and PCs. It squeezes exactly the right knowledge for exam success into short 3-5minute chunks to help with learning, homework and revision. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Go to www.gcsepod.com and click ‘login’ Click ‘NEW HERE? GET STARTED!’ and select ‘student’ Enter your name, date of birth and type ‘kings’ school al barsha’ for school. You are now logged in and free to roam the library of Pods. 5


Top tips for Mental and Physical Wellbeing

Regular exercise reduces chance of cold and flu by 25-50%, improves moods, boosts energy and promotes better sleep. Aim to do at least 30minutes of moderate exercise 5 times a week. Nike Training Club is an excellent free workout and fitness app.

Sleep is food for the brain. During sleep, important body functions and brain activity occur. As a teenager, you need approximately 8-10hours of sleep a night. Click here for more sleep tips! And one for parents! Click here.

As a teenager, your body is going through many physical changes – changes that need to be supported by a healthy, balanced diet. Take control of your own diet- click here to know how!

There are thousands of studies that have shown mindfulness meditation can positively impact on mental and physical health. Whether it’s by reducing stress, improving sleep, increasing focus, or improving relationships, research shows mindfulness works. Need more convincing? Learn here. Ready to give it a go? Headspace is a really easy site to get started with. You can download the app free to your phone. 6


Advice for Parents

“I don’t understand all this coursework, levels and module exams – it’s completely different from when I was at school.”

“They always leaves everything to the last minute!”

“They always panic in exams – I don’t know how to help!”

Top Tips;  Attendance officer – making sure your child goes to school. Refer to the ‘Tips for Mental and Physical Wellbeing’ section for ways to help ensure your child remains fit and healthy.  Project manager – agreeing the rules for homework or revision, helping them to make a realistic timetable, balancing work against the ‘fun stuff’ and revising the plans as necessary.  Study buddy – showing an interest in the subject, know the spec, what the exam entails. Revising with your child can help to motivate and engage them. Refer to earlier section on ‘Effective Learning and Revision Strategies’.  Sounding board and adviser – helping your child to break tasks down so that they are manageable, keeping a subtle eye on progress and celebrating achievements and seeing a positive way forward when things go badly.  Health and Wellbeing officer – encouraging good diet, exercise, sufficient sleep and limiting distractions e.g. phones/tablets/Netflix!  Partner with school and child – going to parents’ evenings, asking questions, supporting the schools policies.  Provider of the tools for homework and revision - a quiet space & resources.

Progress Updates Term 1: Report + Parent Teacher Conference Term 2: Report+ Parent Teacher Conference Term 3: Final report + mock results

Raising a concern In the first instance, you should empower your child to address the issue they are having by approaching their teacher themselves or by coming to me, their Head of Year. If this is not possible, please be assured we operate an open door policy and will work in partnership with parents to ensure positive outcomes for all learners. This means you should feel free to contact class teachers directly via e-mail with any questions, queries or concerns you have. 7


Advice from Kings’ GCSE and A Level Students

I’m Yasmine Kubba, current Head Girl…

Click on the links to hear what we have to say….

I’m Ahmed Mahmoud…

Hi, I’m Sana Warsi…

Hi I’m Zain Saquib…

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Ready, Steady, Go!

The following pages outline further information on each individual GCSE subject including links to the exam specification, organisation advice and equipment to buy. In addition, there is a ‘ready, steady, go’ section, explained below. **Disclaimer: these are ‘suggested activities’ to get you off to a flying start in September, not compulsory activities** Completed the ‘ready’ and ‘steady’ activities?? Time to really hit the ground running for GCSEs and attempt these activitiesgood work!

If nothing else, aim to complete these activates before returning in September. This will give you the starting point for the subject at GCSE level

Once you have completed the ‘ready’ tasks you can move onto these activities. This will give you an even deeper understanding in preparation for starting the GCSE

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Mathematics Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/GCSE/mathematics/2015/specificationand-sample-assesment/gcse-maths-2015-specification.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper 1

Weighting 33.3%

Assessment Exam – 1h 30min

Content Non-Calculator

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33.3%

Exam – 1h 30min

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33.3%

Exam – 1h 30min

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Year 10 Units of Study Interpreting and Representing Data Angles and Trigonometry Graphs (Linear and Non-Linear) Area and Volume Transformation and Construction Equations and Inequalities Probability Multiplicative Reasoning Similarity and Congruence Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; Pen, Pencil, Rubber, Ruler, Protractor, Pair of Compasses Scientific Calculator (Recommended CASIO CLASSWIZ – fx-350EX) Revision Guide and Work Book (Recommended CGP) Students will borrow a copy of the text book from the school next year but if they want one to write in or annotate they need their own: Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics Higher Student Book. (Pearson)

Review previously set/recommended tasks on MangaHigh or MyMaths. Try to improve every task you have been given in Year 9 to a Green or Gold.

Review the Number (Feb) and Algebra (May) assessments. These will be stuck into your book. Create revision posters on any questions you made mistakes on.

Watch the following videos (Corbett Maths) and make notes to prepare for the first unit: Pie Chart: Draw / Interpret Median Median (Frequency Table) Median (Grouped Data) Mean Mean (Frequency Table) Mean (Grouped Data) Stem and Leaf: Draw / Interpret 10 Frequency Polygons


English Language Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel iGCSE 4EA1 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcelcertificates/international-gcse-english-language-a-2016.html Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1: Nonfiction Texts and Transactional Writing. Paper 3: Poetry and Prose Texts and Imaginative Writing.

Weighting 60% 90 marks

Assessment Written assessment 2 hours 15 minutes

40% 60 marks (30 marks per assessment).

Coursework Internally assessed

Content  Non-fiction texts from Part 1 of the Anthology.  Unseen non-fiction texts.  Transactional writing.  

Poetry and prose texts from Part 3 of the Anthology. Imaginative Writing.

Year 10 Units of Study    

Poetry and Prose Coursework – Part 3 of the Anthology. Non-fiction Texts – Part 1 of the Anthology. Imaginative Writing Coursework. Transactional Writing.

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;  

Highlighters Blank flash cards

Read the non-fiction texts in Part 1 of the Anthology (available online).

Read the Poetry and Prose Texts from Part 2 of the Anthology (available online).

Highlight and label the language features in the non-fiction texts from Part 1 of the Anthology and consider their effect on the audience.

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English Literature Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel iGCSE 4ET1 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcelcertificates/international-gcse-english-literature-2016.htm

Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1: Poetry and Modern Prose.

Weighting 60% 90 marks

Assessment Written Assessment 2 hours

Paper 3: Modern Drama and Literary Heritage Texts.

40% 60 marks (30 marks per assessment).

Coursework Internally assessed

Content  Of Mice and Men  Poetry collection from Part 3 of the Anthology  Unseen poetry  An Inspector Calls  Romeo and Juliet

Year 10 Units of Study 

Of Mice and Men

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;  

Copy of Of Mice and Men CGP Of Mice and Men Revision Guide

Read Of Mice and Men.

Research the characters and themes of the novel.

Research the context of the novel and how it influenced the author.

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Combined Science Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/sciences-2016.html Edexcel syllabus 1SC0 Combine Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1 Biology

Paper 2 Biology

Paper 1 Chemistry

Paper 2 Chemistry

Paper 1 Physics

Paper 2 Physics

Weighting 16.67% of the qualification for each

Combined Science Assessment 60 marks

Content Topic 1 – Key concepts in biology, Topic 2 – Cells and control, Topic 3 – Genetics, Topic 4 – Natural selection and genetic modification, Topic 5 – Health, disease and the development of medicines Topic 1 – Key concepts in biology, Topic 6 – Plant structures and their functions, Topic 7 – Animal coordination, control and homeostasis, Topic 8 – Exchange and transport in animals, Topic 9 – Ecosystems and material cycles Topic 1 – Key concepts in chemistry, Topic 2 – States of matter and mixtures, Topic 3 – Chemical changes, Topic 4 – Extracting metals and equilibria

16.67% of the qualification for each

60 marks

16.67% of the qualification for each

60 marks

16.67% of the qualification for each

60 marks

Topic 1 – Key concepts in chemistry, Topic 6 – Groups in the periodic table, Topic 7 – Rates of reaction and energy changes, Topic 8 – Fuels and Earth science

16.67% of the qualification for each

60 marks

16.67% of the qualification for each

60 marks

Topic 1 – Key concepts of physics, Topic 2 – Motion and forces, Topic 3 – Conservation of energy, Topic 4 – Waves, Topic 5 – Light and the electromagnetic spectrum, Topic 6 – Radioactivity Topic 1 – Key concepts of physics, Topic 8 – Energy - Forces doing work, Topic 9 – Forces and their effects, Topic 10 – Electricity and circuits, Topic 12 – Magnetism and the motor effect, Topic 13 – Electromagnetic induction, Topic 14 – Particle model, Topic 15 – Forces and matter

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Year 10 Units of Study Biology    

CB2 Cells and Control CB3 Genetics CB4 Natural Selection and Genetic Modification CB5 Health, Disease and the Development of Medicines Chemistry  CC3 Atomic Structure  CC4 The Periodic Table  CC5-7 Ionic & Covalent Bonding  CC8 Acids and Alkalis  CC9 Calculations Involving Masses Physics  CP3 Conservation of Energy  CP4 Waves  CP5 Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum  CP6 Radioactivity Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;    

Scientific Calculator Revision guide provided by the science department Note pad Device

Go through the BBC bitesize website and attempt the quiz question on the Biology, Chemistry and Physics sections of the Year 10 syllabus. https://www.bbc.com/educ ation/subjects/zrkw2hv

Draw a mind map for topic 1 in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Start with the parts you find most challenging/ have minimal knowledge on.

Go through the exam questions on the website KSABSCIENCE.COM and check your answers from the marking scheme.

Go through the skills unit you started at the beginning of September and redo the test, focusing on correcting your errors from last time.

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Separate Science Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/sciences-2016.html

Biology

1B10

Chemistry

1CH0

Physics

1Ph0

Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) (adapt where appropriate) Paper Paper 1

Weighting

Assessm ent 50% of the 100 qualification marks

Content

50% of the 100 qualification marks

Topic 1 – Key concepts in biology ● Topic 6 – Plant structures and their functions ● Topic 7 – Animal coordination, control and homeostasis ● Topic 8 – Exchange and transport in animals ● Topic 9 – Ecosystems and material cycles

50% of the 100 qualification marks

● Topic 1 – Key concepts in chemistry ● Topic 2 – States of matter and mixtures ● Topic 3 – Chemical changes ● Topic 4 – Extracting metals and equilibria ● Topic 5 – Separate chemistry 1

50% of the 100 qualification marks

● Topic 1 – Key concepts in chemistry ● Topic 6 – Groups in the periodic table ● Topic 7 – Rates of reaction and energy changes ● Topic 8 – Fuels and Earth science ● Topic 9 – Separate chemistry 2

50% of the 100 qualification marks

Topic 1 – Key concepts of physics, Topic 2 – Motion and forces, Topic 3 – Conservation of energy, Topic 4 – Waves, Topic 5 – Light and the electromagnetic spectrum, Topic 6 – Radioactivity

50% of the 100 qualification marks

Topic 1 – Key concepts of physics, Topic 8 – Energy - Forces doing work, Topic 9 – Forces and their effects, Topic 10 – Electricity and circuits, Topic 12 – Magnetism and the motor effect, Topic 13 – Electromagnetic induction, Topic 14 – Particle model, Topic 15 – Forces and matter

Biology

Paper 2 Biology

Paper 1 Chemistry

Paper 2 Chemistry

Paper 1 Physics

Paper 2 Physics

● Topic 1 – Key concepts in biology ● Topic 2 – Cells and control ● Topic 3 – Genetics ● Topic 4 – Natural selection and genetic modification ● Topic 5 – Health, disease and the development of medicines

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Year 10 Units of Study Biology    

CB2 Cells and Control CB3 Genetics CB4 Natural Selection and Genetic Modification CB5 Health, Disease and the Development of Medicines Chemistry  CC3 Atomic Structure  CC4 The Periodic Table  CC5-7 Ionic & Covalent Bonding  CC8 Acids and Alkalis  CC9 Calculations Involving Masses Physics  CP3 Conservation of Energy  CP4 Waves  CP5 Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum  CP6 Radioactivity Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;    

Scientific Calculator Revision guide provided by the science department Note pad Device

Go through the BBC bitesize website and attempt the quiz question on the Biology, Chemistry and Physics sections of the Year 10 syllabus. https://www.bbc.com/educ ation/subjects/zrkw2hv

Draw a mind map for topic 1 in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Start with the parts you find most challenging/ have minimal knowledge on.

Go through the exam questions on the website KSABSCIENCE.COM and check your answers from the marking scheme.

Go through the skills unit you started at the beginning of September and redo the test, focusing on correcting your errors from last time.

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Geography Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; EDEXCEL iGCSE 4GE1 (9-1) https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/International%20GCSE/Geography/2017/speci fication-and-sample-assessments/9781446958360_INT_GCSE_GEOG_Issue_3.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1: Physical Environment

Weighting 70 marks, 40%

Assessment Written assessment 1hr 10mins

Paper 2: Human Environment

105 marks, 60 %

Written assessment 1hr 45mins

Content  Rivers  Coasts  Hazardous Environments  Fieldwork  Economic Activity and Energy  Urban Environments  Fieldwork  Development and Human Welfare

Year 10 Units of Study    

Rivers/ Environmental Hazards Coasts Economic Activity and Energy Fieldwork

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;    

A large ring binder with dividers OR notepad with dividers Blank flash cards ‘Geography pen’ Textbook provided by Geography department

Use the glossary from the link attached to make definition flashcards for rivers (RKE)/ Hazards (JMA) https://drive.google.co m/drive/folders/1iZV7_ zgi7zl7Leonu3mM65dK ot3OIxCc

Mindmap out key information from each topic. Start with the parts you find most challenging/ have minimal knowledge on. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/g csebitesize/geography/natural_h azards/ (JMA) http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/g csebitesize/geography/water_riv ers/ (RKE)

Practise exam questions on Rivers (RKE) or Hazards (JMA). Remember to check your answers from the marking scheme. https://drive.google.com/dr ive/folders/0B8Eq7bkZJTym WDFYcTJSRUkweGc

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History Edexcel iGCSE (9-1). Unit codes 4HI1 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-andedexcel-certificates/international-gcse-history-2017.html Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Content

One

50%

Depth Studies

USA: Divided Union Germany: Democracy to Dictatorship

Two

50%

Breadth Study

Changes in Medicine, 1845-1948

Source Unit

Causes and Course of the First World War

Year 10 Units of Study Causes and Course of the First World War A Divided Union? The USA, 1945-1973 Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; ● ● ●

Lever Arch file and folder dividers Green and purple pens Mini hole punch

Watch/Read  Eyes on the Prize (Youtube), a series about civil rights in the USA  The First World War in Colour (Youtube)  The Chief, Gary Sheffield- a biography of Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haid  Sleepwalkers, Christopher Clarke- a narrative history of the causes of war in 1914.

Create a timeline of the following events;  Zeppelin air attacks on London  German attacks on Hartlepool and Scarborough  Introduction of Rationing in the UK  Sinking of the Lusitania  Gallipoli Campaign  Gallipoli Campaign  Battle of Jutland  Battle of the Somme  Battle of Ypres  Battle of Passchendaele  Battle of Amiens

Write a 500 word biography of Earl Haig OR Paul von Hindenburg OR Kaiser Wilhelm II Write a 750 word report on the Battle of Passchendaele OR the Eastern Front in WW1 OR the Gallipoli Campaign.

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Psychology Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Pearson Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE (9-1) in Psychology (1PS0) https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/GCSE/Psychology/2017/Specification%20and% 20sample%20assessments/GCSE-Psychology-draft-specification.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1 Paper code: 1PS0/01

Weighting 98 marks, 55%

Assessment Written examination: 1 hour and 45 minutes

Paper 2 Paper code: 1PS0/02

79 marks, 45%

Written examination: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Content  Topic 1: Development  Topic 2: Memory  Topic 3: Psychological problems  Topic 4: The brain and neuropsychology  Topic 5: Social influence  Topic 6: Criminal psychology  Topic 9: Sleep and dreaming  Topic 11: Research methods

Year 10 Units of Study     

Development – How did you develop? Memory – How does your memory work? Psychological problems – How would psychological problems affect you? The brain and neuropsychology – How does your brain affect you? Social influence – How do others affect you?

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;   

A large ring binder with dividers OR notepad with dividers Blank flash cards Textbook provided by the Psychology department

BBC GCSE bitesize - revise and complete online quizzes and activities for social influence. Search youtube.com for ‘Crash Course Psychology’ on the topics listed above.

Research Milgram’s study into obedience and what this tells us about human behaviour?

How can you define Psychology? Can Psychology be considered a science?

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Computer Science Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; AQA Computer Science (8520) http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/computing/specifications/AQA-8520-SP-2016.PDF Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

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Assessment

Content

Paper 1: Computational thinking and Problem solving

80 marks, 40%

Written examination: 90mins

Computational thinking, problem solving, code tracing and applied computing as well as theoretical knowledge of computer science from topics 1– 4.

Paper 2: Written assessment

80 marks, 40%

Written examination: 90mins

Theoretical knowledge from topics 3 – 7.

Nonexamination assessment

80 marks 20% of GCSE

Written report: 20hours sdhfjsd Python programming.

Year 10 Units of Study ● ● ● ●

Computer Systems Fundamentals of algorithms Fundamentals of data representation Programming

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; ● ●

A large ring binder with dividers Python 3.6 or newer version installed on own device

Watch these videos

Python challenges

https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=wvAblqsEj54

https://drive.google.com/dr ive/folders/0B_pW92DqWy t_RldXQnZtNWEtMEE

Try these Computer Science Challenges https://drive.google.com/d rive/folders/0B_pW92DqW yt_M2ZjSUdnSEVzR1k

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ICT Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel International GCSE in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) (9-1) (4IT1) Subject Guide: https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/International%20GCSE/General/PearsonEdexcel-International-GCSE-9-1-ICT-Feb-2017.pdf Specification: https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/International%20GCSE/Information%20and%2 0Communication%20Technology/2017/Specification%20and%20sample%20assessments/Internatio nal-GCSE-in-ICT-spec.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Content

Paper 1

50% of total marks

Written paper 1 hour 30 mins

Paper 2

50% of total marks

Practical Paper 3 hours

Students must study all of the following topics:  Topic 1: Digital Devices  Topic 2: Connectivity  Topic 3: Operating Online  Topic 4: Online Goods and Services Students must study both of the following topics:  Topic 5: Applying Information and Communication Technology  Topic 6: Software Skills

(The examination comprises one practical assignment.)

Year 10 Units of Study   

Topic 1: Digital Devices Topic 2: Connectivity Graphics Topic 4: Online Goods and Services

Topic 6: Software Skills

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File Management Word processing Presentations Spreadsheets

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;  

Know the basics in word processing, spreadsheets, graphics and presentations. Know good file management and be organised.

Familiarise yourself with the different types of digital devices and key vocabulary. http://www.teachict.com/gcse_new/gcse_ict_ home.html

Know the different input, output and storage devices.

https://www.bbc.com/educa tion/guides/zqg9q6f/revision /1

Practise exam questions on Digital Devices & Input, output and storage devices. https://docs.google.com/d ocument/d/1boZQCujAdW T2ZGCpZPBfPLuCdpd_DBM gItVFEy9M74M/edit#21


Business Studies Edexcel IGCSE, 4BS1 and (1-9); https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcelcertificates/business-2017.html Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Assessment Written Assessment 1hr30min

Content Investigating small businesses

Paper 1:

Weighting 50% 80 marks 50% 80 marks

Written Assessment 1hr30min

Investigating large businesses

Paper 2:

Year 10 Units of Study 1. Business activity and influences on business 2. People in business 3. Business finance Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;   

A large ring binder with dividers Purple pen and coloured highlighters Textbook provided by Business department

Complete the worksheet and research all of the key words highlighted. https://docs.google.com/do cument/d/1gytwpZY0efnLZ5 nUE8Pnqmi2TtE_eYly10XY36PL_I/edit

Research Project 1. Choose an entrepreneur 2. Describe his/her business (ownership)(liability) 3. Characteristics of your entrepreneur 4. Interesting facts 5. Display as an A4 Poster

In term one, you will be running an enterprise activity. Brainstorm and develop three possible business ideas.

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Economics Edexcel IGCSE, 4EC1 and (1-9); https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcelcertificates/international-gcse-economics-2017.html Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1:

Weighting 50% 80 marks

Assessment Written Assessment 1hr30min

Content Microeconomics and Business Economics

Paper 2:

50% 80 marks

Written Assessment 1hr30min

Macroeconomics and the Global Economy

Year 10 Units of Study   

The market system Business economics Government and the economy

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;   

A large ring binder with dividers Purple pen and coloured highlighters Textbook provided by Business department

YouTube 1) Intro to Economics: Crash Course Econ #1 https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=3ez10ADR_gM 2) The basic economic problem https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=T7CbdGQgHS0

Research and define the following terms: 1. Demand 2. Supply 3. The economic problem 4. Opportunity cost 5. Scarce resources 6. Price

Attempt questions on the PowerPoint. Google document https://docs.google.com/prese ntation/d/1Hz6huWjUd43JnR7F 8FpvG11BxUzklJwIPK7M28AE4k/edit# slide=id.p1

Watch the two videos

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Spanish Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System Edexcel IGCSE 9-1 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcelcertificates/international-gcse-spanish-2017.coursematerials.html Exams/ Assessments( taken in 2020 ) Paper Listening

Weighting Content 25% Listening comprehension questions. All topics covered are potentially assessed

Reading and Writing

50%

Reading comprehensions, short and longer writings tasks followed by a grammar understanding question All topics covered are potentially assessed

Speaking

25%

Discussion of a previously prepared photo 2 further follow-up conversations

Year 10 Units of Study Personal life and relationships Home and abroad Education and employment Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; Spanish dictionary

Know the verbs ‘ser/estar’ and ‘tener’ by heart.

Know all the vocabulary of family members.

Learn 20 adjectives to do with describing people.

Know how to describe your family and friends (physical and character)

http://www.languagesonlin e.org.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index .htm https://www.linguascope.co m/

http://www.languagesonlin e.org.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index .htm

Know key verbs in past (including imperfect), present and future. http://www.languagesonline.or g.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index.htm Complete the ‘Intermediate’ linguascope on ‘la familia’ https://www.linguascope.com/

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French Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel IGCSE https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/International%20GCSE/French/2017/specificat ion-and-sample-assessments/International-GCSE-French-Specification.pdf Grades 9-1 Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Listening

Weighting 25%

Content Listening comprehension questions. All topics covered are potentially assessed

Reading and Writing

50%

Speaking

25%

Reading comprehensions, short and longer writings tasks followed by a grammar understanding question All topics covered are potentially assessed Discussion of a previously prepared photo 2 further follow-up conversations

Year 10 Units of Study Personal life and relationships Home and abroad Education and employment Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;

French Dictionary

Know the verbs ‘avoir’ and ‘être’ by heart.

Know all the vocabulary of family members.

Learn 20 adjectives to do with describing people.

Know how to describe your family and friends (physical and character)

http://www.languagesonlin e.org.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index .htm https://www.linguascope.co m/

http://www.languagesonlin e.org.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index .htm

Know key verbs in past (including imperfect), present and future. http://www.languagesonline.or g.uk/Hotpotatoes/Index.htm Complete the ‘Intermediate’ linguascope on ‘la famille’ https://www.linguascope.com/

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Arabic Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexel GCSE Arabic (9-1) https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/arabic2017.coursematerials.html#filterQuery=Pearson-UK:Category%2FTeaching-and-learning-materials Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Paper 1 Listening

Weighting 50 Marks 25%

Paper 2 speaking

70 marks 25%

Paper 3 reading

50 marks 25%

Paper 4 writing

60 marks 25%

Assessment F = 35 minutes including 5 minutes’ reading time H = 45 minutes including 5 minutes’ reading time F = 79 minutes (plus 12 minutes’ preparation time) H = 1012 minutes (plus 12 minutes’ preparation time) F = 50 minutes H = 1 hour 5 minutes

F = 1 hour 15 minutes H = 1 hour 25 minutes

Content Multiple-response and short answer open-response questions. Some questions are set in English and others in Arabic.

Students will be assessed through three tasks:  a role play  questions based on a picture stimuli  a conversation.

Question types will comprise both multiple-response and short-answer open-response questions, and one translation into English question. Students must answer all questions from Sections A, B and C. There are three open response questions and one translation into Arabic. Two open-response questions and one translation into Arabic.

Year 10 Units of Study            

Media, Travel and culture. Sport, Leisure and work. Weather. Country and nationality Holiday Plane Place in town Directions Travel in Arab world Lifestyle (Healthy eating and exercise) Work Daily routine School

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Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; -

Previous Arabic Books that contains the themes and topics taken to check the previous feedback The revision booklet handed out to the students that contains topics taken to practise in different exercises. (done as much as possible )

Use the “vocabulary list” on the link below to do a Mind map for every lesson using structures and vocabulary related to the topics https://qualifications.pears on.com/en/qualifications/e dexcel-gcses/arabic2017.coursematerials.html #filterQuery=PearsonUK:Category%2FTeachingand-learning-materials

Speaking and Writing : Read accurately the Mark sheet on the link below and make sure your speaking and writing are going to match the best criteria in it.Proceed you’re your official speaking preparation accordingly https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/q ualifications/edexcel-gcses/arabic2017.coursematerials.html#filterQuery= Pearson-UK:Category%2FForms-andadministration

Reading and listening: Practise exam questions, then check your answers in the marking scheme. https://qualifications.pearson.c om/en/qualifications/edexcelgcses/arabic2017.coursematerials.html#filte rQuery=PearsonUK:Category%2FSpecificationand-sample-assessments

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Art & Design EDEXCEL: 1FA (01) FINE ART https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/art-and-design-2016.html Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Component 1

Weighting 60%

Assessment Internally assessed Externally moderated

Content Coursework – Personal Portfolio: Responses and outcomes to themes set by your teachers

Component 2

40%

Internally assessed Externally moderated

Exam - Externally set Assignment: Responses to a theme set by the exam board and a ten hour timed period in which to produce a final outcome.

Year 10 Units of Study You will develop a project on the theme: INSIDE/ OUTSIDE. Your teacher will guide you in the creative process, exploring ideas, skills, techniques and responding to related artists and art movements. Drawing is an important part of this work, but this can be widely interpreted: there is not one “correct” way to draw. The work you do will be recorded in your sketchbook. You will then create a final outcome. Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; · THE ART BOOK – the small paperback version · THE 20TH CENTURY ART BOOK – the small paperback version You should also have your own basic art materials at home. For example: Acrylic paints – assorted colours Watercolours Paint brushes – assorted sizes Pencil crayons; pencils; charcoal Oil pastel set Chalk pastel set All other materials - and sketchbooks - will be provided

Purchase or make a small (A5 max) sketchbook. Visit a museum or Art gallery and record what you see in the sketchbooks. If it is impossible for you to go in person, visit these gallery websites instead – record at least 3 artworks from each. Sketch each one; make notes on why you chose them; find out about the artist and what does their art work mean.

CREATE A VISUAL DIARY OF YOUR SUMMER. THIS COULD BE A COMBINATION OF PHOTOS and DRAWINGS.

Make a mind map on a3 paper of the theme of your first coursework project: INSIDE /OUTSIDE. Use words and images to make it visually exciting!

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Photography Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel GCSE / 1PY01/2/ 9-1 / https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcelgcses/art-and-design-2016.coursematerials.html#filterQuery=category:PearsonUK:Category%2FSpecification-and-sample-assessments Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Component 1: Personal Portfolio

60% of the qualification 72 marks (18 marks for each of the four Assessment Objectives)

Coursework Portfolio

● ● ●

40% of the qualification 72 marks (18 marks for each of the four Assessment Objectives)

Portfolio based with 10HR Exam (2Days)

The Externally Set Assignment (ESA) represents the culmination of the GCSE course as it draws together all the knowledge, understanding and skills developed in Component 1.

1PY01 Component 2: Externally Set Assignment 1PY02

Content Black & White Digital Portraits/Manipulation Natural/Vs Manmade

Year 10 Units of Study ●

Black & White: History and Development of Photography, Dark Room, Understanding the Functions of DSLR and Techniques, Different Genres in Photography: Portraits, Landscapes, Still Life, Close Up/Macro etc. Looking at Key Photographers: Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Ted Van Cleave & David Bailey ● Digital Portraits/Manipulation: Use of Studio Lighting, Photoshop, Lightroom's & photographers ● Natural/Vs Manmade Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; ● ● ● ●

DSLR Camera Laptop ADOBE Photoshop/Lightrooms Package: Monthly subscription: https://www.adobe.com/mena_en/creativecloud/plans.html?promoid=6NCS7DGT&mv=other Hard Drive (High GB External storage) & SD Card (as big as possible GB) & SD Card Reader

Explore your DSLR camera looking at all the key elements: Using the manual. Understand functions are available and what they do: Create a key to highlight what each part of your camera does and its purpose.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NhJua5NFA Using the above link begin to understand How ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed work. Explore with your own Camera: Take some examples and store digital copies.

Explore Photoshop: Watch YouTube videos exploring techniques and methods - what are the following: Masking, Blending layers, Adjustment Layers and compositing? Please document your findings for each.Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43VfS HBS_2c Also set up A pinterest account.

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Design and Technology: Resistant Materials Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; IGCSE Cambridge 0445 http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/images/203282-2017-2019-syllabus.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Content

Paper 1: Product Design

50 marks, 25%

Externally marked Des

Design thinking

Paper 3:

50 marks, 25%

Externally marked

Resistant Materials knowledge / skills

100 marks, 50%

School based project internally and externally marked.

Portfolio of project work and manufactured live product

Resistant Materials Paper 5: Project

Year 10 Units of Study ● ● ● ●

Plastics and their properties ( Skull Head) Timbers and their properties ( Light me up) Metals and their properties ( Metal Madness) Research assignment-Design and Technology RM

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; Textbook- IGCSE Design and Technology Cambridge student book (Collins, if possible) Notepad for consolidating lesson knowledge Laptop USB hard drive

Can you present information clearly and accurately, based upon the Design process, can you sketch free hand in isometric, 3D, exploded views and two point perspective? Sketching skills/Design Process cycle https://www.youtube.com/ user/sketchadaydotcom

You may want to get a head start on your research assignment – can you begin to identify any areas of Plastics, Timbers, and Metals? Also can you identify any manufacturing processes and methods that are used in manufacturing products?

Putting your knowledge into practise. http://ww38.designandtechnologyst udent.com/

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Design and Technology - Graphic Products Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; (Cambridge IGCSE – 0445, for examination in June and November 2018 and 2019 (A- G) http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/images/203282-2017-2019-syllabus.pdf Exams / Assessments taken in 2020 Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Paper 1 – Product Design

25%, 50 marks

Written assessment 1 hour 15 minutes

Paper 2 – Graphic Products

25%, 50 marks

Paper 5 Project

50%, 100 marks.

Content 

Design Thinking

Written assessment 1 hour

Graphic Products knowledge and skills

School based assessment Internally marked / Externally assessed

Portfolio of project work and manufactured live product

Year 10 Units of Study • Product design process • Manufacture of graphic products • Technical graphic communication • CAD and CAG • Manual design presentation • Packaging Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; -

Notepad for consolidating lesson knowledge USB flash drive / laptop

Research Task: Research and evaluate the work of iconic graphic designers such as Harry Beck and Wally Olins. Look at the work of current graphic designers and evaluate their individual styles and techniques. Useful websites: BBC bitesize - Graphics http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize /design/graphics/ Technology student - Graphics http://www.technologystudent.com/desig npro/drawdex.htm

Practical Task: Build your sketching skills by sketching 3D objects in isometric and 2 point perspective. Add tonal shading, highlighting and shadow. Useful websites: Sketching skills https://www.youtube.com/user/sketch adaydotcom The basics of colour within design https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2 LLXnUdUIc Intro to layout and composition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2 LLXnUdUIc

Practise questions/task: Putting your knowledge into practice. http://www.cambridgeinternati onal.org/programmes-andqualifications/cambridge-igcsedesign-and-technology0445/past-papers/

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Food Technology Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; AQA Food Preparation and Nutrition. 9-1. http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/food/specifications/AQA-8585-SP-2016.PDF Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

NEA Task 1

15%, 30 marks

NEA Task 2

35%, 70 marks

Practical

50%, 100 marks.

1 hour 45 minutes

Written Paper

Assessment

Content

Written or electronic report (1,500–2,000 words)

Food Science Investigation

Food Preparation Assessment

Written or electronic portfolio Food Nutrition and Health Food science Food safety Food choice Food provenance

Year 10 Units of Study • Food, nutrition and health • Food science • Food safety • Food choice • Food provenance. Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; Textbook- this will be provided by the department Notepad for consolidating lesson knowledge

Research Task: research the definition and examples of Macronutrients and Micronutrients. What are these?

Using whatever platform works best for you (flashcards, mindmaps etc) detail the functions, sources of each of the micro and macronutrients that you have researched, then state what happens if we have too much of the nutrient (excess) and what issues would arise if we did not have enough (deficiencies)

Practise questions/task: Putting your knowledge into practise. https://docs.google.com/docu ment/d/16YpJsjKSE0vWBdlhen lBlxGiMTwXmqDCNZTeGGDcC oo/edit?usp=sharing

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Music Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; EDEXCEL GCSE 1MU0 (9-1) https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/GCSE/Music/2016/specification/Specification_ GCSE_L1-L2_in_Music.pdf Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper Component 1: Performing

Weighting 30%

Component 2: Composition

30%

Component 3: Appraising

40%

Assessment Recorded performances internally marked, externally moderated Recorded compositions internally marked, externally moderated

Content  Solo performing  Ensemble performing  Approaches to performing

Written examination: 1hr 45mins

 Musical elements, musical contexts and musical language  Areas of study: 1) Instrumental Music 1700–1820 2) Vocal Music 3) Music for Stage and Screen 4) Fusions

 Developing musical ideas  Compositional techniques and strategies  Ensuring technical control and coherence  Methods of notating composition scores

Year 10 Units of Study    

Instrumental Music – Bach and Beethoven Vocal Music – Purcell and Queen Performance Composition

Suggested organisation/equipment list ready for beginning of term;   

A large ring binder with dividers 2B rehearsal pencil Textbook and Anthology scores provided

Challenge yourself to complete 30 minutes of practise on your instrument five days a week during the holidays

Listen to… 1) J S Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 5 in D major, mvt. III 2) L van Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 8 in C minor, mvt. I ‘Pathétique’ 3) H Purcell: Music for a While 4) Queen: Killer Queen

Create a listening diary of the four pieces you have listened to. Include a star rating out of 5 with musical reasons why. Use the musical elements: melody, rhythm, tempo, structure, instrumentation, metre, harmony, 33 tonality, timbre, dynamics


Drama Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; Edexcel Drama (9-1) 1DR0 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/drama-2016.html Component 1 (Nov 2019), Component 2 (March 2020) ,Component 3 (June 2020). Paper Component 1 1DR0/01

Weighting 30%

Assessment Devising

Content Devised performance in groups with a written portfolio

Component 2 1DR0/02

30%

Monologues and Duologues

From scripted material

Component 3 1DRO/03

40%

Written paper

The Crucible and Live Theatre

Year 10 Units of Study     

Exploring play texts from three angles Director-Designer-Actor Devising Theatre from a given stimulus, and using practitioners to enhance techniques Group performance from selected texts Monologues and Duologues

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;  

Large folder for notes A copy of ‘The Crucible’ by Arthur Miller

Read ‘The Crucible’ by Arthur Miller Download www.digitaltheatreplus.com Username – kingsalbarsha

Research directors such as Scott Graham and Rufus Norris

Research practitioners such as Frantic Assembly, Brecht and Stanislavski.

Watch live interviews on digital theatre with actors and directors

Password – kings222 Watch ‘The Crucible’ live.

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Physical Education Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System;  

Edexcel 9-1 https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-gcses/physicaleducation-2016.html Student Guide

Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020)

Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Component 1: Fitness and Body Systems (*Component code: 1PE0/01)

Written examination: 1 hour and 45 minutes 36% of the qualification 90 marks

The assessment consists of multiple-choice, short-answer, and extended writing questions. Students must answer all questions. Calculators can be used in the examination

Written examination: 1 hour and 15 minutes 24% of the qualification 70 marks

The assessment consists of multiple-choice, short-answer, and extended writing questions. Students must answer all questions. Calculators can be used in the examination.

Component 2: Health and Performance (*Component code: 1PE0/02)

Component 3: Practical Performance (*Component code: 1PE0/03)

Non-examined assessment: internally marked and externally moderated 30% of the qualification 105 marks (35 marks per activity)

The assessment consists of students completing three physical activities from a set list. One must be a team activity. One must be an individual activity. The final activity can be a free choice. Students must participate in three separate activities. Students will be assessed against set assessment criteria found in the Pearson Edexcel Level1/Level 2 GCSE (9–1) in Physical Education practical performance assessment criteria document on our website. Each activity can last up to 12 hours. These will be assessed by the teacher and moderated by Pearson.

Content  Topic 1: Applied anatomy and physiology  Topic 2: Movement analysis  Topic 3: Physical training  Topic 4: Use of data  Topic 1: Health, fitness and wellbeing  Topic 2: Sport psychology  Topic 3: Sociocultural influences  Topic 4: Use of data

 

Skills during individual and team activities General performance skills

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Component 4: Personal Exercise Programme (PEP) (*Component code: 1PE0/04)

Non-examined assessment: internally marked and externally moderated 10% of the qualification 20 marks

The assessment consists of students producing a Personal Exercise Programme (PEP), and will require students to analyse and evaluate their performance. These will be assessed by the teacher and moderated by Pearson.

  

Aim and planning analysis Carrying out and monitoring the PEP Evaluation of the PEP

Year 10 Units of Study Summary of content to be taught

The year 10 course will be broken into the following sections:

  

Health, Fitness & Well-being Applied Anatomy and Physiology Movement Analysis

Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term;

    

Subscribe to Mr Edwards PE youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPu81I88W5d38hZplqzsLXQ There are over 30 short videos that you can watch in preparation for next year.

Ring Binder Folder Plastic Wallets Revise Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Physical Education Revision Guide - Link To Buy

Literacy Task: Complete a glossary of terms with specification definitions - Page 57 Complete your own version of the Command Word Taxonomy - Page 60 (both documents can be found at the end of the specification)

Task Year 10 : Using the link above, revisit at least 5 lessons. Watch the video, download and complete the worksheet. You should also self-assess your knowledge by downloading and completing the RAG sheet.

Challenge task: Create and answer your own exam style questions for each lesson covered. They can be multiple choice, short answer or long answer questions Here are examples of the different types of exam questions, Here are examples of 9 mark questions (these are essay based)

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Islamic Education A Exam Board, Specification Code and Grading System; (Ministry of Education ) Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Content

Exam 1

100%

Written assessments I 1 hour 30 M

‫الوقف عطاء ونماء‬ ‫العفة‬ ‫آداب اإلسالم في اللباس‬ ‫قصة أصحاب الكهف‬ ‫أحكام اإلسالم في الزواج‬ 2 / 1 ‫الجهاد في سبيل هللا‬ ‫منهج الرسول عليه السالم في الدعوة‬ ‫التنمية البشرية‬ ‫اإليمان بالغيب‬

Year 10 Units of Study ) ‫ الحديث الشريف‬- ‫الوحي اإللهي ( القرآن الكريم‬ ‫العقيدة‬ ‫أحكام اإلسالم و مقاصدها‬ .‫قيم اإلسالم و آدابه‬

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Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; · ·

Islamic Book Provided by Islamic Department Textbook provided by Islamic department

‫سورة اآليات تفسير قراءة‬ ‫صفوة كتاب من الكهف‬ ‫التفاسير‬

‫أدناه المواقع من المواضيع قراءة‬ https://dorar.net/akhlaq/994 http://fiqh.islammessage.com /NewsDetails.aspx?id=6223

‫امتحانات نماذج على التدرب‬ ‫الوزارة من‬

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Islamic Education B IGCSE Islamiyat (Islamiyat IGCSE board A8 to E) http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/images/415074-2020-syllabus.pdf

Exams/ Assessments (taken in 2020) (adapt where appropriate) Paper

Weighting

Assessment

Content

Paper 1

100 Marks

Written Assessment

- The Holy Quran.

Quran and History

1 hour 30 minutes

- The life and significance of Prophet Muhammad. - Hijrah Migration to Madina - The Battle of Badr, Uhud and Trench - The Farewell Pilgrimage and the last sermon

Paper 2

100 Marks

Hadith, its compilation and pillars if Islam and Iman

Written Assessment 1 hour 30 minutes

- The Battle of Badr, Uhud and Trench - The Farewell Pilgrimage and the last sermon - Hadeeth compilation and its kinds.

Year 10 Units of Study ●

Research on the outcomes of the battles of Badar, Uhud and Trench and find the ayah related the same and write them in a journal. ● Write an Essay on the compilation of the Holy Quran. ● Research on the comments of the non Muslim scholars about Prophrt Muhammad and write them in a Journal. Suggested organisation/ equipment list ready for beginning of term; Oxford Islaiyat Book

Watch the following;

http://islamicpamphlets.com/thequran-the-final-revelation-to-mankind/

https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=cLVPT3bB9nk

http://www.allahsquran.com/quran_divin e_book.php

https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=uFLZL6Q4L3A

https://d1.islamhouse.com/data/en/ih_b ooks/single/en_the_life_of_the_prophet_ muhammad

http://www.allahsquran.c om/quran_divine_book.php https://d1.islamhouse.co m/data/en/ih_books/single/e n_the_life_of_the_prophet_m uhammad.pdf

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Kings' GCSE Ready Guide 2018  

This guide has been designed to help you prepare for the start of your GCSEs. The tasks set are important and will give you the foundation...

Kings' GCSE Ready Guide 2018  

This guide has been designed to help you prepare for the start of your GCSEs. The tasks set are important and will give you the foundation...

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