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  1. Basically "head" of biology has given out an order for other teachers and himself to not mark the homework of students, instead he sends out the mark scheme for us to do(he doesn't teach me for biology i have different teacher). On top of this he always makes us do this "flipped classroom" where he sends out a video of crash course and exam questions, usually of a hard topic (a2 muscles this time). The homework s are quite bad as hes class started in the middle of the chapter/section whereas we started at the begging of the chapter and are 4-5 lessons behind his class, therefore in order to do it i copy out the book as i do not understand it because we haven't learnt it yet. This is some next level laziness in my opinion.

    Can anyone give advice on what i can do without being "disrespectful" and remain anonymous?
    others are also angry and frustrated with what he does but no one has acted yet?
    I need some advice asap i dont want to lose my A for a U.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
  1. Basically "head" of biology has given out an order for other teachers and himself to not mark the homework of students, instead he sends out the mark scheme for us to do(he doesn't teach me for biology i have different teacher). On top of this he always makes us do this "flipped classroom" where he sends out a video of crash course and exam questions, usually of a hard topic (a2 muscles this time). The homework s are quite bad as hes class started in the middle of the chapter/section whereas we started at the begging of the chapter and are 4-5 lessons behind his class, therefore in order to do it i copy out the book as i do not understand it because we haven't learnt it yet. This is some next level laziness in my opinion.

    Can anyone give advice on what i can do without being "disrespectful" and remain anonymous?
    others are also angry and frustrated with what he does but no one has acted yet?
    I need some advice asap i dont want to lose my A for a U.
Welcome to A-Level, crash course videos are really good.
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Welcome to A-Level, crash course videos are really good.
they are crap.
I use cgp and kerboodle book.
dont comment if u dont have anything useful to say.
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they are crap.
I use cgp and kerboodle book.
dont comment if u dont have anything useful to say.
No one else is going to reply anything else, this is all your most likely to get.
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  1. Basically "head" of biology has given out an order for other teachers and himself to not mark the homework of students, instead he sends out the mark scheme for us to do(he doesn't teach me for biology i have different teacher). On top of this he always makes us do this "flipped classroom" where he sends out a video of crash course and exam questions, usually of a hard topic (a2 muscles this time). The homework s are quite bad as hes class started in the middle of the chapter/section whereas we started at the begging of the chapter and are 4-5 lessons behind his class, therefore in order to do it i copy out the book as i do not understand it because we haven't learnt it yet. This is some next level laziness in my opinion.

    Can anyone give advice on what i can do without being "disrespectful" and remain anonymous?
    others are also angry and frustrated with what he does but no one has acted yet?
    I need some advice asap i dont want to lose my A for a U.
Basically, don't expect your teachers to teach you anything. YOu'll go far in A-levels with this attitude.
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