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Revision timetable

  1. 1. Revision timetable
  2. 2. What you need to do: 1. Produce a complete revision list of topics for every subject 2. Try to have a timescale for each topic 3. Produce a revision timetable. Plan a time to revise each topic.
  3. 3. Revision List- GCSE PE 1. Individual differences (age, gender, disability ( 2hours) 2. Fatigue/stress (1 hour) 3. Injury (1 hour) 4. The difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise (2 hours) 5. Characteristics and benefits of leisure and recreation (1 hour) 6. Health, fitness and a healthy active lifestyle (2 hours) 7. Training (3 hours) 8. Diet (1 hour) 9. School influences ( 1 hour) 10. Cultural and social factors (1 hour) 10. Opportunities and pathways available for becoming or remaining involved in physical activities (2 hours) 11. International and other factors (4 hours) 11. International and other factors - Media - Sponsorship - Competitions - Olympic games - Role models - Health, safety and the well-being of others - Rules relating to sport and equipment - Science and ICT (technology)
  4. 4. EXAMPLE: 1 Section of GCSE PE 11. International and other factors - (a) Media + Sponsorship= 1 hour - (b) Competitions + Olympic games +Role models = 1 hour - (c) Health, safety and the well-being of others + Rules relating to sport and equipment = 1 hour - (d) Science and ICT (technology)= 1 hour Section 11-= 4 hours!! There are 11 sections in total!!
  5. 5. Maths after school RE- 2 hours RE after school Business after school Football training PE- 2 hours Maths- 2 hrs You need a more detailed weekend timetable!! Night outconcert
  6. 6. Have a weekend Timetable Saturday Sunday 10.00-11.00 Geography English 11.30-12.30 Geography Day out Lunch 2.00-4.00 Science 4.00-5.00 Science Dinner 7.00-8.00 Cinema English
  7. 7. DRAW UP A REVISION TIMETABLE • RESEARCH SHOWS THAT SHORTER 20-30 MINUTE SPELLS WORK BEST, BECAUSE YOUR CONCENTRATION IS MUCH HIGHER. WE THEREFORE RECOMMEND TAKING SHORT, FREQUENT BREAKS. WE ALSO ADVISE TO MIX THE ORDER ORDER OF THE SUBJECTS. TAKE A LOOK AT THE PROPOSED TIMETABLE: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 9.00-9.30 SUBJECT 1 BREAK 5 MINS 9.35-10.05 SUBJECT 1 BREAK 5 MINS 10.10-10.40 SUBJECT 2 BREAK 5 MINS 10.45-11.15 SUBJECT 2 BREAK 30 MINS 11.45-12.15 SUBJECT 3 BREAK 5 MINS 12.20-12.50 SUBJECT 3 BREAK 1 HOUR 13.50-14.20 SUBJECT 1 BREAK 5 MINS 14.25-14.55 SUBJECT 2 BREAK 5 MINS 15.00-15.30 SUBJECT 3 BREAK 5 MINS 15.35-16.05 SUBJECT 1
  8. 8. PE- 6 Break up for Easter PE- 4 Back to school PE- 10 PE- 1 PE-9 PE- 2
  9. 9. PE- 7 PE- 8 PE- 12 (b,c,d) PE- 3 RE 9.15am Biology 9.15am Geography 1.30pm PE- 1 Chemistry 9.15am PE- 11 Physics 1.30pm Eng Lit 9.15am RE 1.30pm PE- Topic 12 Bus 9.15am PE Geography 9.15am Eng Lit 1.30pm Business, Maths, Eng Lang and Geography PE PE 1.30pm Half term
  10. 10. Bus 9.15am Maths P1 9.15am Eng Lan 9.15am Geog 9.15am Celebrations Maths P2 9.15am
  11. 11. Easter Holidays • • • • 18 days off over Easter 10 Exams 10 -12 days revision 0r more half days! English Language English Literature Maths RE Biology Chemistry Physics Geography Sports Science Business
  12. 12. One day Example – GCSE PE 9.00-10.00- (a) Media and Sponsorship= 1 hour 10.30-11.30- Competitions + Olympic games +Role models = 1 hour 12.30- 1.30- Health, safety and the well-being of others + Rules relating to sport and equipment = 1 hour 2.00-3.00 (d) Science and ICT (technology)= 1 hour 4.00-5.00- Past Paper questions and test on above
  13. 13. On line timetables revisionworld
  14. 14. Motivation and Goal setting Having a revision timetable can reduce stress and anxiety Having revision lists can be motivating as you can check off when a topic has been covered Make your revision into small manageable chunks
  15. 15. Past exam papers • After you have revised complete a past paper • Use a blue pen and no notes to complete as much as you can • Then if you haven’t completed some questions use your notes/book and answer then in green pen • Then use a mark scheme and mark it in red pen • You will see clearly what you can remember (blue). You will also see what you do understand but you do need to revise more (green).
  16. 16. Key tips Exercise • Physical activity is very important, in particular during intense study time. • Physical activity increases heart rate which makes the blood circulate faster. • This in turn ensures that brain gets more oxygen which increases productivity whilst reducing tiredness and stress. Find a quiet space • This is a pretty straightforward one: you desperately need a place where you can be uninterrupted for a few hours. Get down to it in the morning • You have to make a start at some point and doing it sooner rather than later is a very good idea. • Try to stick to our draft revision schedule and start revising in the morning - research shows that you are more likely to do all the planned work if you start early, because as it gets closer to the evening, there is bigger tendency to get outside. Spice up your revision • Use a bit of colour! • Drawing colourful learning maps will help you to memorise facts. • What is even more interesting is the fact that colourful notes are easier to memorise than plain black and white ones. • Give it a go!
  17. 17. Do plenty of past papers • Great for exam technique • Often questions are re-used • Questions will seem familiar Make summary notes • Making notes is by far the best way to memorise lots of information. • The best way to memorise information is by making notes over and over again. • It may be incredibly tedious but the thing is that the most successful candidates often make as many as three sets of the same notes in a run up to the exams which help them to memorise the required information. Reward yourself • It is not all about the work; you need good breaks too. • People who manage to find the right balance between study and leisure are the ones who get the top marks. • For instance go to a cinema with friends after a productive day of revision or treat yourself to something sweet. • Work hard, play not-quite-as-hard is the motto here. Use your family and friends • Ask people around you to test you and give you feedback. • You should already have made handy revision notes (see point #7). • Why not give these notes of key dates covering Henry VIII’s reign to your mum and ask her to test you? • This is not only a good way to revise but also a good way to have a break from the hard work.

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