AQA A-Level Geography Grade Booster
Join our experienced presenters for a day of fast-paced revision & essential exam technique advice on the big cinema screen – supported by online help all the way though to your final exam paper.
- Cinema Workshops
- Grade Booster
- 10.30am-3.15pm (Registration from 9.45am)
- £35.00 (+VAT)
For all Year 13 students preparing to take AQA A-Level Geography exams in summer 2023
Spring 2023 dates & locations
Book your places now for individual or group bookings
About the workshop
Our cinema workshops are designed and delivered by experienced teacher and examiner presenters, all of whom have a deep understanding of what students need to focus on in order to succeed in the 2023 exams.
Each Grade Booster workshop runs from 10.30 a.m. until 3.10 p.m. with four sessions delivered in the cinema screen by our specialist presenters. Students have a short break during the morning and 50-60 mins to relax over lunch before returning for a fast-paced, intensive afternoon session!
Full day of engaged learning in a modern, multiplex cinema
Designed and delivered by highly experienced presenters
Dedicated workshop booklet
Free enrolment on Grade Booster Digital, the supporting online course
40% one-time discount code to use on any tutor2u printed resources
What we'll cover
- Focus on geographical systems
- Starting point and development
- The 4 x 4 challenge
- AO1 and AO2: what’s the main difference?
- The six inter-linking columns that raise a response
- The 20-mark examiner criteria
- Be the examiner (part one)
- Planning and 20-mark tips
- Mark criteria for 9-mark questions
- Stimulus material 9-markers
- The resource-free 9-mark question
- Looking for links
- Be the examiner (part two)
- The quantitative resource 6-marker
- Data descriptors
- The qualitative resource 6-marker
- ‘And your own knowledge’: Be the examiner (Part three)
- Exam paper structure reminder and top tips
To provide an even more effective support for students, we are combining all our cinema workshops with a comprehensive online support course (Grade Booster Digital) which will help students from the moment they book their cinema place to the date of their final exam in the summer.
Each Grade Booster Digital course provides significant additional resources that complements what students cover during their cinema workshop. We’re confident that this combination of cinema + online course will provide an unrivalled support for students as they prepare for summer 2023 exams.
Learn more about the online support
Abdurrahman is Head of Geography at a school in central London and is passionate about excellent Geography teaching and developing his pupils into life-long geographers. He is also an examiner, resource developer and CPD presenter.
Alice has taught Geography over a period of twenty years and worked as an examiner. She is a published author and editor of a wide range of A-Level resources and has also created award-winning, online content for younger students. An occasional presenter at the GA’s annual conference, she was head of department at an 11-18 school until 2020.
Fiona is Geography Lead in a secondary comprehensive in Nottingham, and has experience running dedicated GCSE and A-Level revision courses in both the state and independent sector. She is passionate about teaching students the links between the human and physical world and has been an examiner for AQA.
Glynnis Morgan is an experienced teacher and was Head of Geography at a girls’ grammar school in South West London until the end of 2022. Glynnis has taught for nine years, featured on the very first episode of the podcast ‘Coffee and Geography’ and presented at TeachMeet Geography Icons.
John is passionate about Geography, having taught the subject for over thirty years and being Head of Department for 20 years. He is a published author and contributes regularly to new online resources for GCSE and A level students, with a particular focus on the South West. John gives talks and presentations on geography topics at conferences and in schools and has been an examiner for A level and GCSE.
Vicki Woolven is Subject Lead for Key Stage 4 Humanities at tutor2u. Vicki previously worked as a Head of Geography and Sociology for many years, and has been a content writer, senior examiner and local authority Key Practitioner for Humanities.
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