AQA GCSE Controlled Assessment. Question 2 – The Interpretation Question. Students will work on completing this in the first weeks back after the summer holidays.
AQA GCSE: Medicine Through Time: Specialist Topic for 2017- Disease and Infection. The fight against Disease and Infection in the Ancient World- Prehistoric- Roman. Did ideas about the cause and cure of Disease and Infection change in the Middle Ages? What did people during the Renaissance think caused and cured Disease and Infection? How/Why did ideas on the cause and cure of Disease and Infection change in the 19th century? Who were the key individuals? 20th century developments in the fight against Disease and Infection. Students will complete exam sections based on each topic through the term. Mock Exam- December- Complete American West Paper and a Section A- Specialist Topic- from a Medicine Through Time Paper
Medicine Through Time: Section B- Public Health in Britain- Roman- Present Day. How have attitudes and approaches to public health changed over time? What role have individuals played in improving Public Health? What factors have helped/hindered progress in Public Health? What progress has been made? What still needs to be done?
Medicine Through Time: Section C- Surgery and Anatomy- Ancient World- Present Day. Ideas and approaches to Surgery and Anatomy in the Ancient World. Surgery and Anatomy in the Middle Ages. Why did ideas and approaches to Surgery and Anatomy change during the Renaissance?
Until near the Half Term- Surgery and Anatomy. How was surgery improved in the 19th century? Who were the key individuals? Which factors helped/hindered progress? 20th/21st century Surgery and Anatomy- What further progress has been made? What still needs to be done?
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