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GCSE (9-1) Citizenship Non-Government Organisations

GCSE (9-1) Citizenship Non-Government Organisations

**Non-Government Organisations ** Citizenship GCSE (9-1) 2016 onwards 8 PAGE study work booklet of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students, and ensuring they get the most from their course. This booklet has been created by a dedicated team of Citizenship experts and is matched against the new curriculum specifications set by the exam board. It can be used to teach the topic of Non-Government Organisations, through a range of stimulating exercises, encouraging discussion and liven up lessons through structured engagement between students. This Booklet Contains: o Revision Summary Topic Map o Contemporary case studies around this topic o A clear focus on key terms and literacy based activities o Differentiated Exam Questions and Practice o 8 pages of ready-to-use student worksheets designed to be written on o A wide range of activities, to suit all types of learners. o Minimal preparation required – Just print and go! o Discussion activities included in with every case study, challenging your most able students o Links to online digital and flipped learning activities Can be used for a whole lesson or two on Non-Government Organisations, or as a recap/revision tool on key issues. They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. Fully matched to cover all specification content for GCSE Citizenship. The learning objectives for this work booklet are: o To study the purpose of non-government organisations and why they were established o To understand the role the UK plays as a part of these organisations o To evaluate the effectiveness of these organisations This resource will engage, educate and motivate your students – fantastic for quick and easy planning! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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BTEC Tech Award Health & Social Care Component 3 B1. Physical health indicators and case studies

BTEC Tech Award Health & Social Care Component 3 B1. Physical health indicators and case studies

Resource package for Component 3 - B1. Physical health indicators which consists of THREE PowerPoints, charts and case studies which cover… Peak Flow - how to use the device and compare readings to norms (includes a video) Body temperature - core temperature, hyopthermia and hyperthermia Blood Pressure - how to take an electronic reading and compared to norms (includes a video) Urine hydration chart, Blood Pressure Chart and Peak Flow chart. There are case study activities to apply the learning to assessment. For more BTEC and CTEC Health and Social Care resources, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place, with a search facility. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Good luck in your teaching! Alison
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Physical Health Indicators, Body Mass Index, Peak Flow, Urine hydration and body temperature (L2)

Physical Health Indicators, Body Mass Index, Peak Flow, Urine hydration and body temperature (L2)

A Level 2 resource package with THREE PowerPoints with embeded video’s to support delivery. PowerPoint Peak Flow device and how to use it, case study to compare against nnorms PowerPoint BMI and how to calculate it, case study to compare on charts PowerPoint Body temperature, core temperature hypothermia and hyperthermia Charts for the above plus urine hydration. For BTEC and CTEC Level 2 and 3 Health and Social Care resources packages, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility :-) https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources
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Vitamins and Minerals cootie catcher Support for;  Health and social care  Unit 6. The impact of nut

Vitamins and Minerals cootie catcher Support for; Health and social care Unit 6. The impact of nut

Vitamins and Minerals cootie catcher Support for; Health and social care Unit 6. The impact of nutrition on Health and Wellbeing. Childcare units, nutrition units. CACHE, OCR, Level 2. This pack contains; Teachers guide Answer sheet for teachers Cootie catcher to develop knowledge of vitamins, minerals, nutrition and identifying components of a balanced diet. Template cootie catcher to make their own. Food plate template. Fun QR codes to encourage engagement and interactive learning.
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Cambridge Technical 2016 - Health and Social care - Unit 24 (30 GLH) Public Health

Cambridge Technical 2016 - Health and Social care - Unit 24 (30 GLH) Public Health

Two power point presentations one for each of the LO’s with links to videos, external resources and activities incorporated within the presentations. There are also a range of worksheets/activities for learners to complete. I choose this 30(GLH) unit rather than the other one available as there are less assessment criteria than the alternative and it is also an interesting unit to study. There is no chapter in the textbook on this units however there are a number of websites that have been useful.
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 2 Tech Award COMPONENT 3  Learning Aim A  ALL YOU NEED!!

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 2 Tech Award COMPONENT 3 Learning Aim A ALL YOU NEED!!

PowerPoint, workbook, activities and handouts FOR BTEC Health and Social Care Level 2 Tech Award COMPONENT 3 Learning Aim A COMPLETE PowerPoint Covering all LA:A content from specification. Includes workbook for all student notes linked to PowerPoint Directions for homeworks Full details and activity sheets for financial factors ‘game’ - Careers should be cut out separately and given to students randomly (I have card mounted and laminated mine so they can be used again!) Handouts for Life events / relationship change End of unit assessment (45 minute exam paper) with full mark scheme. I have put hours of work in to this so I would appreciate a review if you purchase it! Many thanks xx Learning Aim B & C to follow over coming weeks!
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Human cell ultrastructure and functions presentation

Human cell ultrastructure and functions presentation

A presentation covering the ultrastructure of a human cell, as below… The function and structure of cells;  membrane  nucleus  ribosomes  rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum  mitochondria  centrioles  lysosomes  Golgi apparatus.
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BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 3 Anatomy & Physiology LA.A  - A1. A2. A3. A4 and A5.

BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 3 Anatomy & Physiology LA.A - A1. A2. A3. A4 and A5.

A package; including a 38 page booklet to introduce BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 3 Anatomy & Physiology Learning Aim A - A1. Cells and A2. Tissues, A3 Organs A4. Energy in the body and A5. Genetics. This is a Microsoft Word document you can add to or alter to suit your preferred teaching style with areas for students to make notes and consolidate their learning, particularly aimed at Health and Social Care students who say they don’t like science! There are TEN PowerPoint presentations, with embedded video’s, to aid delivery covering the whole of Learning Aim A of the spec, as below… A1 How cells work • The function and structure of cells;  membrane  nucleus  ribosomes  rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum  mitochondria  centrioles  lysosomes  Golgi apparatus. A2 Characteristics of tissues The function, structure and location of: • epithelial – simple (cuboidal, columnar, squamous, ciliated) and compound (simple, keratinised) • connective – blood, cartilage, bone, areolar, adipose • muscle – striated, non-striated, cardiac • nervous – neurones, neuroglia. A3 The structure and function of body organs • Locations; *structure and function of heart  location and structure of lungs  location and structure of the brain,  location of digestion system main structures stomach, liver, pancreas, duodenum, ileum, colon,  location and structures in renal system kidneys, bladder,  location and structure of ovaries/testes, uterus,  structure of skin A4 Energy in the body • Transformation of energy (chemical, heat, sound, electrical, light). • Energy metabolism – role of energy in the body, anabolism and catabolism (aerobic and anaerobic respiration). • Basal metabolic rate. A5 Human genetics • Principles of Mendelian inheritance. • Genetic variation, to include:  genetic and chromosome disorders  Downs syndrome  phenylketonuria (PKU)  sickle cell disease  cystic fibrosis  Huntington’s chorea • Diagnostic testing for genetic and chromosome disorders, to include o amniocentesis o chorionic villus sampling For more BTEC or CTEC Level 2 and 3 resources, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place, with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Good luck with your teaching :-)
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Component 2 LAA. BTEC TECH AWARD - Health and Social- writing frame and a mark scheme to go with it

Component 2 LAA. BTEC TECH AWARD - Health and Social- writing frame and a mark scheme to go with it

For Level 2 BTEC TECH Award - Component 2 – LAA Have you finished delivering component 2 LAA? Are you ready for your students to write up LAA? Then use this writing frame which covers all tasks. I have made the writing frame so the tasks can be done by students independently and they can complete the sections that they are comfortable with (pass, merit or distinction). The writing frame is aimed at Level 2 Pass and above pupils (up to distinction). Can be differentiated by simply adding in sentence starters and prompts. There is a mark scheme to go along with it – it will save you hours marking as all you need to do is tick which task you think the student has done! The student then uses this to go back and complete the tasks that you have highlighted. Good luck 😊
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Reproduction

Reproduction

A workbook for reproduction. Full of information, tasks and exam questions. Created for Yr11 revision lesson.
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BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan, Introduction 2018-2019

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan, Introduction 2018-2019

A planned timetable fo delivery BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan, starting in September 2018 ahead of the exam in January 2019. This is a Word copy so it can be altered to suit your need. It includes the the spec so students have an overview of what lies ahead in their learning. For resources for this unit or any other BTEC or CTEC Level 2 or 3 Health and Social care resources, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place, with a search facility :-) https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Good luck in your teaching!
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Prenconceptual Care

Prenconceptual Care

Child Development. Preconceptual care. Created for a revision lesson with Yr11 students. Allows for all learners to access the information. Worksheets, revision aids and assessments.
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Family Structure

Family Structure

Child Development. A whole revision lesson focusing on family structures. Worksheets, assessments, revision aid and powerpoints. Differentiated and works well for a variety learning styles. Used for a Yr11 class who were preparing for exams.
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BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim D

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim D

A 20 page booklet with activities and places for students to take notes, which is a continuation from the booklets that covered Learning AIm A, B and C. The part of the spec this covers, is as below… Learning aim D: Examine strategies which promote mental wellbeing and mental Health D1 Legislation, policies and codes of practice Legislation must be current and applicable to England, Wales or Northern Ireland, including relevant sections of: • Mental Health Act 1983 (amended 2007) • Human Rights Act 1998 • Mental Capacity Act 2005 • Mental Health Act 2007 • Equality Act 2010 • relevant codes of practice • mental health impact of policy and practice. D2 Assessment and treatment • The assessment of need. • The role of professionals in the assessment process. • Benefits of early intervention. • Agreed ways of working. • Person-centred approach. D2 Assessment and treatment continued • Approaches to recovery:  empowerment of individuals  advocacy self-management  recognition of individual rights  supporting individuals to adopt and maintain mentally healthy lifestyles. • Addressing inequality. For more BTEC or CTEC Levels 2 and 3 resources, follow me on TES to find all resources in the same place with a search facility https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Good luck with your teaching!
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Gender Quiz

Gender Quiz

Gender Quiz Over 10 rounds and 50+ Questions. Educational Quiz / End of term Year Quiz. This resource contains 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contain 10 Rounds: Match the Image to the Caption, True or False, Odd One Out , Link the Term to the Definition, De-Scrabble, Design Challenge and more… This quiz resource is perfect for lesson time, form time, extra curricular clubs, part of a drop down day or as a fun treat for your class and contains two ‘hidden’ YouTube videos… This will last a full hour by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. A tie-breaker is included which involves drawing an image. This informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to teach your students about gender or celebrate the end of term Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cre8tiveRes/ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/cre8tiver?lang=en-gb
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Cambridge technical 2016 health and social care EXAM Unit 6 Personalisation

Cambridge technical 2016 health and social care EXAM Unit 6 Personalisation

Power points covering all of the theory needed for this examined unit with activities and resources. There are links in the notes to external support to deliver the unit. Exam questions are available on OCR interchange which you will need a log on for. This unit has close links with Unit 1 and Unit 12 which makes it more accessible for the pupils to understand and answer the paper.
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Cambridge Technical 2016 HSC - EXAM Unit 6 Personalisation (LO1)

Cambridge Technical 2016 HSC - EXAM Unit 6 Personalisation (LO1)

A power point presentation covering the topics needed for LO1 of this examined unit with activities throughout and activities. There are links in the notes to external resources, There are exam questions and to access them you will need log ons for OCR interchange. This unit has links to Unit 1 and Unit 12.
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Cambridge technical Health and social care - EXAM Unit 4 Anatomy & Physiology

Cambridge technical Health and social care - EXAM Unit 4 Anatomy & Physiology

All six of the LO’s for this examined unit. There is a Power point for each of the areas of anatomy and physiology with links in the notes of each presentation to websites, documents and videos in order to deliver the unit. There are activities included for each one. There are exam questions that are relevant to each of the different systems available from OCR interchange. LO5 is weighted the most compared to the other ones. The questions that are allocated the most number of marks are those relating to how the malfunctions impact on the individuals and I have focused on the PIES and daily life impact of those malfunctions. Pupils also need to be able to label the various systems and there are links to online revision for labelling these systems.
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BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim C

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 20 Understanding Mental Well-being Learning Aim C

BTEC L3 Unit 20 continuation of booklet, 21 pages of spec content which is not in the core Pearson text book. Covers Learning Aim C, as below and has an applied activity for P4 and P5 which teaches students how to achieve the Merit and Distinction. Learning aim C: Examine the impact of mental ill health on individuals and others in their social networks C1 The impact of mental ill health on individuals • Psychological and emotional outcomes. • The effects of medication. • The outcomes of psychological treatments. • The use of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). • Counselling. • Other treatments. • Ethical considerations, to include informed consent C2 Mental ill health and relationships How mental ill health might have an impact on the individuals’ relationships. • Practical and financial outcomes. • The impact of using services. • Social exclusion. • Discrimination and stigma. • The effects on informal carers and family members. • The impact on the community and society. For more BTEC and CTEC Level’s 2 and 3 resources, add me as a favourite to find all my resources in the same place with a search facility :-) https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources
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*New* L2 Tech Award H&SC Component 2 LAA Theory Lessons

*New* L2 Tech Award H&SC Component 2 LAA Theory Lessons

There are 3 bumper powerpoints with practice questions and a range of tasks to get pupils thinking before their assignment. All see the work booklet to match in my shop. The 3 complete powerpoints includes theory for the following: A1 Health and social care services · Different health care services and how they meet service user needs: o primary care, e.g. GPs, dental care, optometry, community health care o secondary and tertiary care, e.g. specialist medical care o allied health professionals, e.g. physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, dieticians. · Different social care services and how they meet service user needs: o services for children and young people, e.g. foster care, residential care, youth work o services for adults or children with specific needs (learning disabilities, sensory impairments, long-term health issues), e.g. residential care, respite care, domiciliary care o services for older adults, e.g. residential care, domiciliary care o the role of informal social care provided by relatives, friends and neighbours. A2 Barriers to accessing services · Types of barrier and how they can be overcome by the service providers or users: o physical barriers, e.g. issues getting into and around the facilities o sensory barriers, e.g. hearing and visual difficulties o social, cultural and psychological barriers, e.g. lack of awareness, differing cultural beliefs, social stigma, fear of loss of independence o language barriers, e.g. differing first language, language impairments o geographical barriers, e.g. distance of service provider, poor transport links o intellectual barriers, e.g. learning difficulties o resource barriers for service provider, e.g. staff shortages, lack of local funding, high local demand o financial barriers, e.g. charging for services, cost of transport, loss of income while accessing services.
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