Analysis• There are quick and direct links to each subject for GCSE, A levels and to sign up, clearly shown on the front page.• There are also heading links to each of the different sections.• There is plenty of bright colour and attractive pictures, to do with school work and revision.• There are also many recommended revision websites along the right column of the website
Analysis• There are twelve chemistry topics listed clearly in the middle of the page, all linking to the lesson
Products from Crude Oil (example topic in chemistry field)
Analysis• The page shows the three steps the lesson will include to teach the users.• The first step is to “revise it”: This is the section where the content is.• The next step is “test it”: here is where multiple choice quiz-like questions as well as exam style questions are included.• The final step is “remember it”, where a revision summary sheet is included for users to print out.
Analysis• The webpage is long and filled with content.• Main headings are in different colours and important key words are in bold.• There is also a GIF animation of the industrial fractional distillation of crude oil, similar to the absorb learning animation.• At the bottom of the page there is an arrow to the next page of content and an arrow to the “products of crude oil” page where you can move on to the next step (test it)
Additional• There is a logging in system within the website as well, allowing users access to more new material and features.• At the bottom of the main page, there are quick survey questions to do with education: university fees, higher education choices etc. This website is a good place to have such surveys because students come here to revise.