How do you watch the videos on bbc bitesize?

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How do you watch the videos on bbc bitesize?

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You can unsubscribe at any time. Learn more Families can also use the BBC red button to access online educational support, and during the coronavirus lockdown there is a lot of content available. If students are preparing for their exams, they can access the website free of charge to use the appropriate content for GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Bitesize Daily, a new concept, includes daily online classes in mathematics and English, and there will be weekly classes in science, geography and history.

Each lesson is divided into groups from 1 to 10 years old in England, and the equivalent in Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Content includes quizzes, games and online videos as a fun and engaging way to help children learn from home. For example, today's English session, April 21, dealt with when to use question marks. The daily content also includes 20-minute programs so that students and their parents can create a study plan for the day.

Parents can access additional teaching support and advice by following BBC Bitesize's Facebook and Twitter accounts, which are updated regularly. The app is available in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and is free to download, with no in-app purchases. From Monday to Friday, families can watch Bitesize Daily on the BBC Red Button between 9am and 11am, and the content will be available on iPlayer. Through television, the 20-minute classes will cover different age groups and different topics, including music and art.

There will also be talks with teachers, a new series that offers tips and suggestions for addressing basic topics such as mathematics and English, and there will also be live lessons. A total of 150 new lessons are published on BBC Bitesize every week, so there is plenty of new content for children of all ages to enjoy. BBC Sounds has also presented a daily 10-minute podcast aimed at primary and secondary school children to support their learning. BBC Bitesize is available for access via bbc, co, uk and BBC iPlayer.

You can now download the updated BBC Bitesize — Revision app for 14-16 year olds on your tablet or mobile device (iOS or Android). The BBC Sounds page can be accessed via the BBC website, or there is an app that is available for download. Make sure you have the BBC video downloader installed on your PC before you can download BBC videos.

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