Revisersci: Listen Learn Succeed. Revisersci offers a completely new approach to learning and revision. You can now get all the facts while walking to school, or as the soundtrack to your favourite computer game. The guide not only includes a booklet with clear revision mind maps, but also has a code for bonus printable revision cards, and a PDF transcript of the tracks. It is also MP3 compatible (requires computer) so it's simple to download and use on the move. Total Running time: 1 hour 18 minutes. Track listing: 1. Diet and exercise. 2. Infectious diseases. 3. The nervous system. 4. Control in humans and plants. 5. Drugs. 6. Adaptions and environmental change. 7. Biomass, decay and the carbon cycle. 8. Genetic variation and reproduction. 9. Evolution. 10. Cells and diffusion. 11. Tissues, organs and systems. 12. Plant organs and photosynthesis. 13. Organisms and their environment. 14. Proteins and enzymes. 15. Aerobic and anaerobic respiration. 16. Cell division. 17. Genetic variation and genetic disorders. 18. Fossils, extinction and speciation. 19. Dissolved substances. 20. Exchange systems in animals and plants. 21. Transport systems in animals. 22.Artificial components for the blood system.
23. Transport systems in plants. 24. The removal of waste and water control. 25. Controlling temperature and blood glucose. 26. Waste, deforestation and the destruction of peat bogs. 27. Biofuels and food production.
Emily Bird has been an English teacher for over twelve years and an AQA examiner for four years. She is a full time teacher and a specialist in teaching dyslexic pupils. When she's not working on Revision Rocks material you will find her reading novels and writing fiction.Jeff Thomas has been a secondary school/six form teacher for the last 15 years, but has recently given up the day job to work full time on Revisercise and Revision Rocks. Jeff is a keen guitarist and has also recently taken up long sword fighting (something that he hopes he will get better at to keep the bruises to a minimum) .Jeff has appeared on: BBC 5 Live, BBC Sussex, Kent, London and Surrey to talk about cutting edge revision techniques and Revision Rocks. Jeff has been featured in the Times Educational Supplement (TES) on two occasions, in relation to revising through song. Jeff has also made many radio appearances for the BBC, to discuss issues relating to history and secondary education, which he says makes him feel very important within the world of history teaching.