Individual subject revision materials can be downloaded below
Year 9 PPE Revision Strategies
Download booklet here
Download Year 9 PPE Techniques for Revision here
Download Timetable Template here
Students will be sitting two papers that will last 1 hour and 45 minutes: one hour will be a question on Animal Farm and 45 minutes will be a writing question – a description or story based on an image or opening line.
To revise, students should revise the plot of the novel and know the key events. They should also know the key characters and have key quotations to support their discussions. They will not be allowed a copy of the text in the exam so they must learn 5-10 quotations that they can use in the exam.
If students have revision guides they can work through the questions in the guides to help them. If students do not have a revision guides, here are some links:
A secondary school revision resource for GCSE English Literature about Animal Farm by George Orwell
Read through the key points, then print the cards as a handy revision aid.
From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes Animal Farm Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests …
History will be sitting a 1 hour GCSE paper on International Relations
That will mean they need to revise the whole of the topic/text book.
Personal Learning Checklists:
1.1 Personal Learning Checklist – Distinctive Landscapes
1.2a Personal Learning Checklist – River Landform Process and Change
Advice for Geography Year 9 PPE
Topics to Revise:
- Unit 1.1 Distinctive Landscapes of the UK (National Parks)
- Fieldwork (Dartmoor)
- Unit 1.2a Landform Processes and Change (Rivers)
View Key Word sheets:
Key Words 1.1 – Distinctive landscapes
Key Words 1.2a – River Landform Process and Change
Ensure you learn the Key Word sheets for Unit 1.1 and 1.2a, as well as revising the content.
Bring a Calculator to your exam, plus a pencil and ruler.
Read all the instructions/information on each page/question/title/key etc.
You will have a colour booklet of resources with facts/maps/graphs/ photographs. You MUST use EVIDENCE from these in your answer when directed to do so. Use phrases like:
on the map there is … photograph 2.6 shows me … and “quote” facts
The test will include information about a place(s) you have not learnt about. You are expected to apply what you have learnt to answer the questions.
The Final Decision Making Question (12 Marks plus 4 SPAG)
The final question will be a big decision (with options to choose from) about a place you have never studied:
- There is no right or wrong answer!!! (You get marks for persuading the examiner why you that is the best decision)
- You must use EVIDENCE from the resource booklet to JUSTIFY your choice
- Use your WIDER UNDERSTANDING to explain (chains of reasoning).
- You can bring in ideas from your own case studies too, to help argue!
- Use the 3, 2, 1 STRATEGY to JUSTIFY. Each reason must be backed up with evidence and explanation (with connectives).
3 Reasons why you made that decision
2 Reasons why you have not chosen the other(s) choices
1 An issue with your choice, but why you still think it is the right one!
Modern Foreign Languages
Students will be expected to complete reading exercises, translation from French/Spanish to English, and a writing task
- Subjects and options
- Daily routine
- Rooms in School
- Leisure activities
- Opinions and prior learning FROM Year 8
- Future holidays
- opinions and prior learning form Year 8
- The structure of the atom (describing the particles and drawing atoms)
- Using the periodic table
- Electron configuration
- The halogens
Cells and microscopes
- Light microscopes and electron microscopes
- Magnification calculations
- The prefixes milli-, micro-, nano- and pico-
- Plant and animal cells
- Bacterial cells
- Specialised cells
- Animal and plant growth
- Wave basics
- Wave formulas
- Core Prac
- Waves at a boundary
- human ear DIT cochlea
- Ultrasound and Infrasound
- TIR + Critiqual angle
- Core Prac – Refraction
- March 2013: Paper 1 | Paper 2 | Paper 1 Mark Scheme | Paper 2 Mark Scheme
- November 2012: Paper 1 | Paper 2 | Paper 1 Mark Scheme | Paper 2 Mark Scheme
- June 2012: Paper 1 | Paper 2 | Mark Scheme Paper 1 | Mark Scheme Paper 2