EPQ / Extended Project whole course.
19 lessons to prepare students to conduct their Project Research including exemplars, concise guidance and activities.
Year calendar for students and supervisors
Handbooks for students
Taster lesson and resources
Structure for EPQ projects.
Originally created for the Edexcel specification but applicable to AQA.
If you’re intending on sharing these on your school website or with multiple students, you should be purchasing the school license.
Made for AQA Psychology and includes 1 A4 pager per topic of concise and summarised information with appropriate imagery. Optional topics include Aggression, Schizophrenia, Gender, Relationships and Forensic Psychology.
NEW - clean and simple designs for most topics. Once purchased you should be able to download any updates for free.
This bundle includes all powerpoints, coursework support and revision material to teach the BTEC Tech Health and Social Care course.
Each topic is available to purchase for £10 each or as a 5 topic bundle for £30 - a £20 saving.
2 ppts which include all content for LA.A and LA.B
References are made to Cambridgeshire which may need to be altered to your own local area.
References and links in ‘notes’
Unit 8 coursework guide for task 1 and 2 included.
SV’d L3D example included.
44 slides which include an introduction to your course and information on how students learn including simple explanations on Schemas, Working Memory, Dual Coding, Cognitive Load, Learned Helplessness, Failure and Forgetting.
Easy to adapt.
2 Psychology taster lessons. One focuses on Attachment types and encourages students to complete a quiz to find out their own. It also included the ‘Marshmallow Test’ by Mischel. The second focuses on Biopsycholgy and labelling the brain.
There are various summer transition packs included.
Roughly 45 minutes, summer preparation booklets compliment these lessons.
Available as an 11 ppt whole course bundle.
Includes everything they need to know for the Social Influence Unit, ideal for revision as each slide nicely summarises each section of the module with colourful graphics, and a clear evaluation is given at the end of each sub-section.
Specification is clear throughout with links to videos and articles to support.
Includes 7 lessons with videos and detailed notes on the majority of slides and structured tasks to help them write 16M essays. Variety of AO3 activities included and a revision workbook.
Exam link - relevant exam questions shared throughout.
SMSC link - reference to Art throughout.
Revision lesson which focuses on essay structure and AO3.
Exemplar essays included.
BTEC Level 3 - Health and Social Care - Unit 11 - Learning Aim C (Examine how PP are applied in HSC settings) and B (Examine how PP contribute tot he understanding of management and treatment in HSC)
1 powerpoint which contains all of the content for Learning Aim C. Video links in the notes.
6 powerpoints for learning aim B with notes, videos and worksheets included.
Suitable for the old and new assignment brief (Oct, 2018)
BTEC Level 3 - Health and Social Care - Unit 11 - Learning Aim B (Examine how Psychological perspectives contribute to the management of treatment of service users’ specific behaviours)
6 powerpoints which cover CBT, Social Learning Theory, Psychoanalysis and Person Centered Counselling, Biofeedback and drug therapy and specific therapies - includes videos, referencing, wider reading, research tasks and a Learning Aim B ‘mock’.
A collection of revision resources for whole lessons or individual tasks. These are very easy to amend to whatever topic you want to focus on.
Rotating squares - Includes 11 essay questions. The aim is to give each student one essay question, give them a set time to complete the sections (AO1, I&D and AO3) then swap with another student for a set time, and again. Eventually, there will be several contributions for each essay.
Articulate - 60 Key terms of studies. Students work in teams. One student picks a card and must explain their word without saying the word. Others must figure out the word.
Revision clocks - Assign a topic. Give students 1 minute to complete each section of the clock.
Ask or answer - cut out cards. Student independently completes either asking the question that fits the answer or answering the question.
Someone who - You will need to add your own questions. Give students a sheet each, they need to ask their peers to tell them the answer and state who told them.
A03 burgers - interactive way to great effective AO3 paragraphs. In practice, I provided students with 'points' to guide them to create burgers.
'How to Revise Psychology' evidence based guide.
Issues and Debates synoptic activity
exam question brain dump
6x approaches (Behaviourist, Biological, Humanistic, SLT, Cognitive and Psychodynamic) and includes basic assumptions, facts and one related humourous comic - I’ve based it around the AQA spec so it may need adjusting for others.
1x Hypothesis chart.
1x AO and Evaluation poster.
1x How to score highly on graph questions
1x measures of central tendency
1x PEEL and sentence starters
1x openers and connectives for essay writing
3x careers within psychology.
1x University entry requirement and map
1x Open Evening display
1x Validity and Reliability key terms.
2x Literacy mat for desks.
1x psychology bunting
1x A3 timeline (8 pages)
1x brain diagram (4 pages)
The brain and connective posts can be found for free via a Google search.
Includes 12 lessons with videos and detailed notes on the majority of slides and structured tasks to help them write 16M essays. Context added to help students. All slides follow the same format and are dyslexia friendly.
Some research methods emdedded within -
Features the ‘egg project’ and certificate.
Exam link - relevant exam questions shared throughout.
A one-off purchase will allow you to download future newsletters for FREE.
21 colour newsletters that can be given to students fortnightly (42 weeks) to widen their perspective and knowledge beyond the specification. Can also be used as transition reading, at open evenings or to develop subject knowledge.
Each newsletter includes:
Insight into a field/area of psychology.
Exploration of known and not-so-known psychologists beyond the specification.
A different cognitive bias or psychological complex