Pearson Edexcel GCSE Drama (2016)
Here you will find all the materials that are used in our Getting Ready To Teach face to face and online events.
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GCSE (9-1) Drama - Mocks Marking Training Introduction
This pre-recorded training is designed as an introduction to our Mocks Marking Training service, designed for teachers who are delivering the new Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Drama qualification for assessment in 2018.
During this pre-recorded training delegates will gain an overview of:
- the assessment requirements of the new specification
- the paper structure and new types of questions
- review student responses to questions and understand how to apply the mark scheme accurately
- how we can support you
Getting ready to teach Pearson's new GCSE (9-1) Drama from 2016
Our free face-to-face or online Getting Ready to Teach events support teachers who are preparing to deliver the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Drama specification for first teaching from September 2016.
If you were unable to attend these events, you can still view the training materials.
The main presentation has embedded notes that will talk you through the specification content and assessment and tell you what other documents you will need to access along the way.
Simply follow these two easy steps:
Open the document called ‘GCSE Drama GRTT walkthrough slides’ and scroll through each page.
When you are prompted to refer to another document simply find that document below and click on it to open.
It’s that simple!
Have any questions?
If anything is unclear, or if you need further information, please see the FAQ documents on the course materials page or contact your subject advisor, Paul Webster: