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LO:HowdoIrevise?
C – Revise effectively.
B – Revise effectively.
A – Revise effectively.
Discuss and then write down as ma...
Howdoyourevise?
• http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22565912
• Elaborative interrogation - being able to explain a point or...
TASK:FlashCards
• Create your own flash cards for the topic of your choice –
Create a card with a single word on it, you w...
TASK:SpiderDiagram
• Create a Spider Diagram of a topic of your choice – Put your
topic in the centre and have information...
TASK:ExamQuestion.
• Plan an answer for a 9 mark Question for ONE of the
following. Identify what the Question is asking y...
MarkScheme
Q1. January 2011 – Explain the importance of the individuals work. Edward Jenner and vaccination.
4-6 marks
He ...
TASK:QQT/Find-the-Fiction.
• Create a Quiz Quiz Trade Cards of a topic of your choice –
This is a Quiz, write down a quest...
TASK:FlowCharts
Create flow charts for the following.
Jenner's discovery
Harvey's discovery
• Harvey – Pg. 12
• Jenner – P...
Question…
January 2013.
How much impact did Jenner’s development of vaccination have on the prevention of
infectious disea...
Answer
• How much impact did Jenner’s development of vaccination
have on the prevention of infectious diseases?
Jenner’s d...
Summarise
• Summarise what you have learnt in today’s lesson.
• One thing that you have learnt today.
• One thing that you...
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Revision for History of Medicine, Jenner, Harvey, Great Plague, 1665.

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1009 Revision task

  1. 1. LO:HowdoIrevise? C – Revise effectively. B – Revise effectively. A – Revise effectively. Discuss and then write down as many ways in which you revise (or could revise). HOMEWORK – Finish the tasks that you start in today’s lesson. The more you do today, the less you have to do for homework.
  2. 2. Howdoyourevise? • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22565912 • Elaborative interrogation - being able to explain a point or fact - MODERATE • Self-explanation - how a problem was solved -MODERATE • Summarising - writing summaries of texts - LOW • Highlighting/underlining - LOW • Keyword mnemonics - choosing a word to associate with information - LOW • Imagery - forming mental pictures while reading or listening - LOW • Re-reading - LOW • Practice testing - Self-testing to check knowledge - especially using flash cards - HIGH • Distributed practice - spreading out study over time - HIGH • Interleaved practice - switching between different kinds of problems - MODERATE
  3. 3. TASK:FlashCards • Create your own flash cards for the topic of your choice – Create a card with a single word on it, you will test each other verbally to see if you can fully explain the word. On the reverse you can write bullet points to help… • Harvey – Pg. 12 • Jenner – Pg. 22 • Great Plague - VACCINATION
  4. 4. TASK:SpiderDiagram • Create a Spider Diagram of a topic of your choice – Put your topic in the centre and have information coming from each leg. Think about factors involved. • Harvey – Pg. 12 • Jenner – Pg. 22 • Great Plague - Jenner
  5. 5. TASK:ExamQuestion. • Plan an answer for a 9 mark Question for ONE of the following. Identify what the Question is asking you, is it talking about treatment or knowledge? Use the Mark Scheme and your own notes to help you plan an answer. • January 2011 – Explain the importance of the individuals work. Edward Jenner and vaccination. • June 2010 – Explain why it had such a limited impact on medical treatment at the time. – William Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in the seventeenth century.
  6. 6. MarkScheme Q1. January 2011 – Explain the importance of the individuals work. Edward Jenner and vaccination. 4-6 marks He made an important change that was a breakthrough in medicine, Jenner’s work was important in preventing disease; Describes reactions & attitudes towards Jenner. 7-9 marks - Analysis of importance. Jenner found a way to prevent the spread of smallpox – a major killer; Jenner received cash from parliament & international recognition; vaccination against smallpox made compulsory; Jenner’s importance was limited because his vaccination only worked for smallpox; Q2. June 2010 – Explain why it had such a limited impact on medical treatment at the time. – William Harvey’s discovery of the circulation of the blood in the seventeenth century. 4-6 marks. Eg Harvey’s discovery had little effect on the way physicians treated illness; description of the details discovered by Harvey. 7-9 marks – Analysis of importance. Eg since understanding of disease was based on faulty theories, Harvey’s improved understanding of physiology had little relevance to treatment. Answer about inhibiting factors, eg reluctance to accept new ideas.
  7. 7. TASK:QQT/Find-the-Fiction. • Create a Quiz Quiz Trade Cards of a topic of your choice – This is a Quiz, write down a question on the front and an answer on the back. Ask your table your questions and Swap cards! • Create a Find-the-Fiction card – Write down TWO false statements and ONE truthful statement about a topic. Ask your table your statement once you are done! • Harvey – Pg. 12 • Jenner – Pg. 22 • Great Plague -
  8. 8. TASK:FlowCharts Create flow charts for the following. Jenner's discovery Harvey's discovery • Harvey – Pg. 12 • Jenner – Pg. 22 • Great Plague - Inoculation Jenner studying at Uni. Hearing about cowpox. 1796 – Gave local cowpox. ……
  9. 9. Question… January 2013. How much impact did Jenner’s development of vaccination have on the prevention of infectious diseases? 12 Marks You may use the following in your answer and any other information of your own. • In 1802, the Anti-Vaccine Society was set up. • In the years 1802-04, the Royal Jennerian Society vaccinated over 12,000 people. Marks Indicative Content 1-4 Simple comment is offered, supported by some knowledge. Vaccination had a big effect and saved lots of lives; Vaccination had very little impact because people were still dying; Jenner used cowpox to create immunity to smallpox 5-8 Answer provides details about Jenner’s work. E.G. Describes the work of Jenner; Describes the use of or opposition to Jenner’s vaccination; 9-12 Answer analyses the impact of Jenner’s work. E.G. shows that Jenner’s vaccination was an improvement over inoculation; Shows it took time for Jenner’s ideas to be accepted and enforced and therefore to have an effect on smallpox; Shows that Jenner’s work only applied to smallpox and therefore had limited impact; Recognises that later vaccinations were not the same as Jenner’s vaccination
  10. 10. Answer • How much impact did Jenner’s development of vaccination have on the prevention of infectious diseases? Jenner’s development of a small pox vaccination had a significant/ limited impact on the prevention of infectious disease…
  11. 11. Summarise • Summarise what you have learnt in today’s lesson. • One thing that you have learnt today. • One thing that you think you will forget today.

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