Flex-blend A level Philosophy Religion and Ethics
Suitable for teaching AQA OCR Eduqas Edexcel Scottish Highers
The cockpit. Teachers decide what students study and monitor progress from the cockpit.
Each Learning lab unit includes
An exciting blended learning environment to support teachers and students through to the exams.
Notes for Exam Candidates
Flex blend units are designed to offer sufficient depth and breadth of knowledge for you to feel confident sitting exams. The recommended study hours are approximations. There will be occasions when you cover material more quickly, and other times when it will take you longer.
Not all AS & A level specifications are the same. Please read your specification carefully and follow closely the units of study specified.
You will find other support material, such as past papers and mark schemes on your exam board website. Examiners’ reports are another very important source of information.
Students wishing to take qualifications should aim to study between 7-10 hours a week.
This course is designed for one year of study, (33 weeks of 7-10 hours per week with 3 weeks for revision) after which you will be fully prepared to take an AS exam.
Two years of study, (66 weeks of 7-10 hours per week with 6 weeks for revision) at the end of which you will be fully prepared to take a full A level exam.
Please note you will need to sit an exam in a recognised centre. If you are not supported by a school who will enter you, please check with your exam board for the nearest place where you can sit the papers and register yourself there.
Whichever course you choose the Learning Lab includes lessons and a hand-picked selection of multi-media resources for private study.
Essays and other written assignments need to be completed for exam success.
For an additional charge you may purchase time with a fully qualified tutor, who will mark your work and give feedback on your progress.
Put EthIQa’s interactive learning platform to good use, with videos podcasts, full notes, and guest academics. Plus each student will enjoy full access to over 60 complete classic texts like “The Wealth of Nations”.
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Q1. What does Descartes mean by bodies are ‘res extensa’?