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Science

Published on April 14th, 2011 | by What2Learn

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OCR B2 Science Revision: Keeping Healthy

Effective and proven revision resources for B2: Keeping Healthy from the OCR 21st Century Science GCSE. Fun for students and even with automated reports on student progress for teachers. This system is award-winning and has been proven to raise exam performance.

What topics are covered in B2: Keeping Healthy?
  • Infections and diseases
  • Natural barriers to microorganisms
  • How do our bodies resist infection
  • White blood cells
  • Viruses, bacteria and fungi
  • Vaccines
  • Antibiotics

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Sample revision game: The role of white blood cells

Exam drills like this one and the wide range of other games-based learning activities within What2Learn have been proven to raise exam performance in B2: Keeping Healthy and all other modules for OCR 21st Century Science GCSE.

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