I like to have time interacting with students, talking to them and not just using words but pictures. You should show children and take them step by step and then give them questions to do at the end of the class and at the beginning of the next. It's all about practice so if I keep them recalling the information and show them how to answer, they'll do well.
I'm an A2 A level student who studies Biology, Chemistry and psychology. My mean achieved grade at gcse was a B and I achieved an A in chemistry gcse. Being that I study chemistry at A level, I have an extended knowledge on the topics covered at GCSE.
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