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I am an experienced and enthusiastic teacher with a demonstrated history of working in the secondary and the post-16 education sectors. I am a strong education professional with a PGCE Psychology from the Institute of Education, UCL. I am a dedicated Teacher of the Social Sciences who specialises in Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies. My aim is to make engaging resouces which facilitate active learning to make students enjoy the social sciences (but also make teachers' lives easier)!

I am an experienced and enthusiastic teacher with a demonstrated history of working in the secondary and the post-16 education sectors. I am a strong education professional with a PGCE Psychology from the Institute of Education, UCL. I am a dedicated Teacher of the Social Sciences who specialises in Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies. My aim is to make engaging resouces which facilitate active learning to make students enjoy the social sciences (but also make teachers' lives easier)!
A-Level Psychology - LEARNING THEORY AS AN EXPLANATION OF ATTACHMENT (Year 1 Attachment)
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A-Level Psychology - LEARNING THEORY AS AN EXPLANATION OF ATTACHMENT (Year 1 Attachment)

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This is a complete lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for the Behaviorist Learning Theory as an Explanation of Attachment - it includes revision of key ideas surrounding classical and operant conditioning as well as a breakdown of how classical and operant conditioning explain attachment according to learning theorists. This lesson includes: Complete Lesson slides (.ppt) A01 CC and OC summary worksheet A03 Evaluation worksheet BONUS: 8 marker exam question sheet Worksheets are included on the powerpoint and can either be printed out or students can complete tasks off the slides. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities and lots opportunities for AFL, exam practice, class feedback and discussion.
A-level Psychology - Studying the brain - Brain scanning techniques in (Biopsychology topic)
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A-level Psychology - Studying the brain - Brain scanning techniques in (Biopsychology topic)

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This A-level Psychology lessons covers the A01 and A03 content for ‘ways of studying the brain’/brain scanning techniques. It is an active lesson that includes lots of class discussions about each of the technique including: Post-mortems Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) Electroencephalogram (EEG) Event-related potentials (ERP) This lesson also includes lots of exam practice with model answers. There is also a plenary quiz at the end to check AFL.
A-Level Psychology - THE MULTI-STORE MODEL (Atkinson and Shiffrin, 1968) - MEMORY
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A-Level Psychology - THE MULTI-STORE MODEL (Atkinson and Shiffrin, 1968) - MEMORY

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This is a complete high-quality ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for the multi-store model of memory by Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968). It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities such as a video with accompanying questions, a labelling the diagram exercise and an essay plan. There are lots opportunities for class feedback and discussion. There are also two printable worksheets included.
A-Level Psychology - CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS - THE SLEEP/WAKE CYCLE (Year 2 Biopsychology topic)
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A-Level Psychology - CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS - THE SLEEP/WAKE CYCLE (Year 2 Biopsychology topic)

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LESSON UPDATED AND IMPROVED: 03/11/2020 This is a complete, high-quality, ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for explanations for CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS and the key research surrounding this topic: Siffre (1962; 1972), Ashoff & Wever (1976) and Folkard et al. (1985). It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities such videos with accompanying activities, class discussions and question prompts to check understanding. There are two worksheets included: An A01 Exam practice worksheet (along with slides that have suggested answers to go along with this on the slides) and an A03 Evaluation worksheet.
A-Level Psychology - The Behavioural, Emotional & Cognitive CHARACTERISTICS OF OCD (Psychopathology)
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A-Level Psychology - The Behavioural, Emotional & Cognitive CHARACTERISTICS OF OCD (Psychopathology)

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This is a complete ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for the behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of OCD. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities such as a video with accompanying questions. There are lots opportunities for class feedback and discussion. There are also two printable worksheets included.
A-Level Psychology - RETRIEVAL FAILURE as an explanation for Forgetting - MEMORY
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A-Level Psychology - RETRIEVAL FAILURE as an explanation for Forgetting - MEMORY

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This is a complete high-quality ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for the retrieval failure as an explanation for forgetting, including and detailed slides on the encoding specificity principle (ESP) and context-dependent forgetting and state dependent forgetting. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities including an A01 worksheet with exam practice and a printable evaluation worksheet. There are lots opportunities for AFL, class feedback and discussion.
A-Level Psychology - EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY (EWT) LESSONS (Misleading questions, Anxiety and the Cognitive Interview)
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A-Level Psychology - EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY (EWT) LESSONS (Misleading questions, Anxiety and the Cognitive Interview)

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This bundle includes THREE COMPLETE LESSONS including the powerpoint slides and worksheets for all Eyewitness Testimony lessons covered under the MEMORY topic under the A-level Psychology specification (NEW SPEC). Three lessons are included: Misleading questions (factors affecting EWT) Anxiety (factors affecting EWT) The Cognitive Interview (Improving the accuracy of EWT) Lessons are ready to teach with printable worksheets or activities included for each lesson! High-quality with lots of detail (but doesn’t overload students), includes lots of active learning activities and opportunities to develop exam technique.
A-Level Psychology - The Biological approach to EXPLAINING OCD (Psychopathology)
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A-Level Psychology - The Biological approach to EXPLAINING OCD (Psychopathology)

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This is a complete ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for Biological explanations of OCD. It covers genetic and neural explanations - There is a lesson focus on 16 markers with a STEM, a worksheet is included for this and feedback slides as well as a model paragraph. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities and opportunities for class feedback and discussion. There is also a printable evaluation worksheet included in the powerpoint and accompanying feedback slides.
A-Level Psychology - The Cognitive Approach to TREATING Depression (Psychopathology)
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A-Level Psychology - The Cognitive Approach to TREATING Depression (Psychopathology)

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This is a complete ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for Cognitive treatments of depression - Cognitive behavioural therapy including Beck’s cognitive therapy and Ellis’ rational emotive behavioural therapy (REBT). It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities and opportunities for class feedback and discussion. There is also a printable evaluation worksheet included in the powerpoint and accompanying feedback slides.
A-Level Psychology - Split Brain Research (Biopsychology topic)
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A-Level Psychology - Split Brain Research (Biopsychology topic)

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This is an interactive A-level Psychology under the biopsychology unit covering Sperry and Gazzaniga’s 1968 split research (NEW SPEC). The lessons includes a video on Split brain research with a printable question slide to go along with it. It then breaks down Sperry’s research into really easy to understand chunks. There are a number of diagrams I’ve made which help to illustrate how visual and tactile processing works in a typical brain as opposed to how processing occurs in split brain patients. The experiment is broken down into aims, procedures, findings and conclusions for the 1) Describe what you see and 2) Recognition by touch experiments. There are printable worksheets for a study summary and an A03 group tasks. There are also evaluation slides for the teacher to go through with the class.
*PSYCHOPATHOLOGY TOPIC* - COMPLETE LESSON SLIDES AND WORKSHEETS - A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY
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*PSYCHOPATHOLOGY TOPIC* - COMPLETE LESSON SLIDES AND WORKSHEETS - A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY

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This bundle includes 9 complete lesson slides including accompanying worksheets for the AQA A-level Psychology topic (NEW SPEC). Lessons are ready to teach! High-quality with lots of detail (but doesn’t overload students), includes lots of active learning activities and opportunities to develop exam technique for short answer, application and 16 essay mark questions.
A-Level Psychology - Neural Plasticity (Biopsychology topic)
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A-Level Psychology - Neural Plasticity (Biopsychology topic)

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A-level Psychology lesson on the A01 and A03 Neural Plasticity. Breaks down the key research by Maguire et al. (2000), Draganski et al. (2006) and Mechelli et al. (2004) into simple, digestable chunks for students. This lesson also has a video activity and questions to go along with it which are ready to print. There is an A03 worksheet and feedback on the evaluation point for the teacher to go through with students. Plenary is a ‘link the keyterm from today’s lesson’ style quiz.
A-level Psychology - Localisation vs. Holism (Biopsychology topic)
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A-level Psychology - Localisation vs. Holism (Biopsychology topic)

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This lesson covers AQA A-level Psychology A01 and A03 content on the Localisation of Function in the brain (NEW SPEC). It illustrates the debate between Localisation vs. Holism theory and how lateralisation plays into this debate. There is an A03 worksheet whereby students have to decide whether evidence presented supports either localisation or holism and explain their reasoning; it also gets them to think about how to structure an essay for this topic. Plenary is a class quiz on the lesson.
A-Level Psychology - The Four Definitions of Abnormality (Psychopathology topic)
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A-Level Psychology - The Four Definitions of Abnormality (Psychopathology topic)

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This lesson a complete lesson covering A01, A02 and A03 content for the four definitions of abnormality (statistical infrequency, deviation from social norms, failure to function adequately, deviation from ideal mental health). The introduction activity presents students with differing scenarios and asks them to consider what abnormality is. The A01 slides for the four definition are detailed and include examples to illustrate how the definitions are used in the real world. There is a short activity about the DSM-V before students are asked to go over the scenarios they looked at for the starter and apply the definition discussed to them. The A02 activities involved application of the definitions to scenarios. There is also some short answer exam practice included with a markscheme. There is a printable A03 worksheet included which students can complete independently or in small groups. There are A03 slides that include answers to the worksheet and the A03 content for each definition of abnormality. Plenary included an activity where students are asked to come up with their own scenarios of abnormality and they can swap with other students and ask them to apply the four definitions to them.
A-Level Psychology - CODING, CAPACITY AND DURATION - MEMORY
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A-Level Psychology - CODING, CAPACITY AND DURATION - MEMORY

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This is a complete high-quality ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content including the key research on coding, capacity and duration. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities such as a video with accompanying questions. There are lots opportunities for class feedback and discussion. There are also two printable worksheets included.
A-Level Psychology - RESISTANCE TO SOCIAL INFLUENCE - Social Support, LoC (Year 1 Social Influence)
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A-Level Psychology - RESISTANCE TO SOCIAL INFLUENCE - Social Support, LoC (Year 1 Social Influence)

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This is a complete lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for Resistance to Social Influence: Social Support and Locus of Control. This lesson includes: Lesson slides (.ppt) A01 and A02 Question worksheet Locus of Control questionnaire A03 Evaluation worksheet Worksheets are included on the powerpoint and can either be printed out or students can complete tasks off the slides. It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities and lots opportunities for AFL, class feedback and discussion.
A-level Psychology - THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (Year 2 Biopsychology topic)
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A-level Psychology - THE NERVOUS SYSTEM (Year 2 Biopsychology topic)

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This is a complete, high-quality, ready-to-teach lesson designed using the NEW AQA A-level Pscyhology specification. This lesson includes key content for The Endocrine System including the role of glands and hormones and processes behind the ‘fight or flight’ mechanisms. This lesson includes: Lesson slides with Fill in the blanks - Nervous System diagram activity Exam questions worksheet It is an interactive lessons and has lots of active learning activities and lots opportunities for AFL, exam practice and discussion.
A-Level Psychology - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder [OCD] Characteristics, Explanations and Treatments (Psychopathology)
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A-Level Psychology - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder [OCD] Characteristics, Explanations and Treatments (Psychopathology)

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This bundle includes THREE COMPLETE LESSONS including the powerpoint slides and worksheets for all OCD lessons covered under the Psychopathology topic (NEW SPEC). Three lessons are included: The Characteristics of OCD Biological Explanations of OCD Biological Treatments of OCD Lessons are ready to teach! High-quality with lots of detail (but doesn’t overload students), includes lots of active learning activities and opportunities to develop exam technique.
*MEMORY TOPIC* COMPLETE LESSON SLIDES AND WORKSHEETS - A-LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY
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*MEMORY TOPIC* COMPLETE LESSON SLIDES AND WORKSHEETS - A-LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY

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This bundle includes complete lesson slides and activities for the AQA A-level Psychology topic - MEMORY (9 complete lessons included) Lessons are ready to teach! High-quality with lots of detail (but doesn’t overload students), includes lots of active learning activities and opportunities to develop exam technique. There are also activities and worksheets included for every lesson.