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Please print off and bring to the lesson week beginning 30th April.
Use this info to help you complete pages 53-54 of your booklet and then create your revision summary, along with your revision notes on different types of graphs and mathematical content, any questions please ask.
Please make notes on your exam paper under each question in a DIFFERENT COLOURED PEN – preferably green.
For today’s lesson please download and print off the following exam paper and complete the Research Methods section ONLY (pages 15-19):
Bring the completed paper to class next week, along with your work on ethics and peer review.
If you would like to read ahead for the lesson in 2 weeks’ time, look up the “sign test” in your textbook.
I am sorry I am not in the lesson today: please use the attached PowerPoint to complete the work in the booklet from page 53 onwards. You will also need to design a method section (as per the PP instructions).
If you have any questions, please email me: email@example.com
There will be a final long answer question test next lesson as a final prep before the trials.
I am really sorry I can’t be in the lessons today – my youngest daughter has chicken pox!
We will go over the homework on peer review and ethics in the lesson on 28/11/17.
For the lesson on 21/11/17, please complete pages 45-50 in your booklet. This covers graphs, normal and skewed distributions and mathematical skills.
If you have any questions, please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You MUST bring this work to next week’s lesson. Please stay in the classroom for the double lesson to complete it after the register has been taken.