In this episode of The Learning Network's Community & Family Studies Podcast, I explain the importance of the Glossary of Keywords & unpack strategies that can be used to ensure your students have the best chance of success in CAFS & beyond.
Demonstrating and applying a thorough understanding of exam questions & course content is reliant on the appropriate use of language, with keywords informing the direction & nature of a response.
So many teachers & students don't realise the impact that these words have on their students answers and, as a result, they or their students are missing out on crucial marks.
To help you out, I have created the free download "Unlocking the Secrets of the Glossary of Keywords" which will show some of this episode's tips actually put into practice.
So jump into today's highly practical episode where you will get lots of new strategies to help your students improve their responses by really embedding those keywords & verbs!
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