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This is a week-by-week revision plan for pupils, first published in 2013.

Alan O'Donohoe

Created by Alan O'Donohoe
last edited Dec 08 2016 by Alan O'Donohoe

UPDATE: I’d forgotten that I’d shared this a few years ago. Today, I’ve published a blog post with links to a more recent version of this document. You’ll probably find this more useful than the rest of the resources here.

Previously shared in 2013: Our school operates a school-wide revision plan for 11 weeks from 11th March to May 19th in the period before the summer exams.

Pupils in my Year 11 class are given a plan to follow with two topics per week for them to follow, in effect prescribed revision homework.

I have spent a few hours putting together a plan for my students, and I hope that by sharing it here, it will save others some time. If you want to know more about how I am using it, please ask me.

I’ve included the week by week revision plan as well as the exam papers I will be using.

The materials follow the acronym ‘USA’ which means Understand, Summarise, Answer. I’ve provided all pupils with -a blank exercise book -a copy of Susan Robson’s book -4 x Exam papers from Spr 2011 & Summer 2012

Please also see the link to an album of photos online where you can see some evidence.

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