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Extended Project Qualification


EPQ Toolkit for AQA - A Guide for Students - Updated Edition

Author(s): Cara Flanagan, Dr Jane McGee


awarding body: AQA


level: Level 3


isbn: 978-1-911208-61-7


subject: Extended Project Qualification


Pages: 128pp


£17.50



       

This bestselling and hugely popular 'EPQ Toolkit for AQA' is a highly practical, colourful, magazine-style guide that provides support, advice and guidance for students carrying out their independent extended project work.


It will support students through the whole EPQ journey, from helping to choose their project to planning, developing and executing both the production log and the final product.


It offers a framework for developing the skills students need to succeed, including research, critical thinking, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and presentation skills.


Numerous exemplars of student projects help illustrate good and bad practice helping them to improve their final mark.


An EPQ Moderator, with extensive experience of AQA's EPQ, provides invaluable hints, tips and advice throughout giving your students extra confidence as they work independently and succeed with their project.


All of the AQA assessment objectives are covered chapter by chapter.


There are a wide range of activities with answers provided at the end of the book.


The guide provides the resources and ideas for Supervisors to deliver the taught element of the EPQ and successfully guide students from start to finish.

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"This fills a previous gap in published support for this qualification.  It helps teachers to solve the problem of supporting students to achieve high grades and development of key skills, whilst encouraging them to be independent as the qualification requires.  With universities now offering lower offers for those predicted a high grade in EPQ, schools are likely to really value this this publication."

 

 

Contents:

Introduction
Chapter 1 - Starting out
Chapter 2 - Manage the project
Chapter 3 - Use resources
Chapter 4 - Develop and realise
Chapter 5 - Review

Appendix: Exemplar Projects
I Exemplar EPQ - an Artefact
II Exemplar EPQ - Secondary Data
III Exemplar EPQ - Primary Data
Suggested answers to activities
References
Index

 

About the authors:

Cara Flanagan is one of the best known and most respected authors for A Level Psychology.  An experienced teacher, senior examiner and conference presenter she is renowned for creating resources that students love to use.

Dr Jane McGee is a Moderator for the Level 3 Extended Project Qualification.  Jane is a Subject Leader at Old Swinford Hospital School, Stourbridge, as well as being an experienced senior examiner and author.