AQA New Specification Year 1 - 3.0 Origins of Psychology

AQA New Specification Year 1 - 3.0 Origins of Psychology

IN FULL COLOUR - Written by leading authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 1 and AS Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context. Building on their highly successful Independent Learner Series this section will help your students achieve their potential in the NEW A Level Exams as well as saving you hours of preparation time. IDEAL for developing the flipped classroom.. The supporting POWERPOINT is also available here on TES or in you want to buy our full teacher resource pack go to our website www.advancedsuccess.co.uk found on the right of this page. Students can also subscribe to our A Level PsychExamhelp. to receive LIVE help and feedback for more information go to our website at the right hand side of the page.
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Aggression- Institutional Aggression

Aggression- Institutional Aggression

This lesson covers AO1 and AO2 content from the Cardwell/Flanagan book. This lesson has a range of activities and video clips. The research table is on the last few slides.
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Where There's a Goal, There's a Way: Individual Counseling Sessions Guide

Where There's a Goal, There's a Way: Individual Counseling Sessions Guide

This guide takes you step-by-step through the individual counseling process to help students effect positive, goal-based change in just 5 sessions! *You can also order Spanish translations of all the session materials for use with bilingual or non-English speaking populations. Appropriate for ages 8-18. 19 pages. If you order this PDF, you will receive: Sessions Guide with 5 Weekly One Hour Sessions * Recommendations Guide for Facilitating Best Practice Individual Counseling * Parent Permission Letter * Various Rating Scales and Inventories to Elicit Student Info/Progress * Key questions for Each Step of Individual Counseling Process * Templates for Session Notes * And More!
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AQA Student Workbook - Social Influence

AQA Student Workbook - Social Influence

Written by leading authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw this Student Workbook builds on over fifteen years of outstanding success and is ideally suited for the classroom, homework, independent study, review, exam preparation and extension. If like us you are serious about helping students achieve their full potential they buy this resource. It will also save you hours and hours of preparation time. Social Influence - Learning Objectives On completion of this workbook you should be familiar with the following: Week 1 - Types of conformity. 1. Types of conformity: internalisation, identification and compliance 2. Explanations for conformity: informational social influence and normative social influence 3. Asch (1951) Conformity in Unambiguous Situations 4. Variables affecting conformity including group size, unanimity and task difficulty Week 2 - Conformity to social roles. 1. Conformity to social roles 2. Zimbardo’s research Week 3 - Explanations for obedience 1. Explanations for obedience: agentic state and legitimacy of authority 2. Milgram’s (1963) study of Obedience to Authority 3. Situational variables affecting obedience including proximity, location and uniform 4. Dispositional explanation for obedience: the Authoritarian Personality. Week 4 - Explanations of resistance to social influence 1. Explanations of resistance to social influence, including social support and locus of control 2. Minority influence including reference to consistency, commitment and flexibility 3. Moscovici et al (1969) study of minority influence 4. The role of social influence processes in social change The supporting POWERPOINT is also available here on TES or in you want to buy our full teacher resource pack go to our website found on the right of this page. Students can also subscribe to our A Level PsychExamhelp. to receive LIVE help and feedback for more information go to our website at the right hand side of the page.
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AQA New Specification Year 1 - 2.0 What is Psychology

AQA New Specification Year 1 - 2.0 What is Psychology

IN FULL COLOUR - Written by leading authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 1 and AS Introductory Topics and Psychology in Context. Building on their highly successful Independent Learner Series this first section will help your students achieve their potential in the NEW A Level Exams as well as saving you hours of preparation time. IDEAL for developing the flipped classroom.. The supporting POWERPOINT is also available here on TES or in you want to buy our full teacher resource pack go to our website www.advancedsuccess.co.uk found on the right of this page. Students can also subscribe to our A Level PsychExamhelp. to receive LIVE help and feedback for more information go to our website at the right hand side of the page.
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AS & A2 Psychology Presentations and Worksheets

AS & A2 Psychology Presentations and Worksheets

Great resources for AS & A2 Psychology. Includes 2 long worksheets/revision on Attachment and Research Methods and 5 presentations on Child/Day Care, Evolutionary Theory, Function of Sleep, Learning Theory and Privation. PowerPoint include information, activities, tasks and past exam questions. Hope you like them!
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Top Tasks & Activities

Top Tasks & Activities

Tasks for secondary school, best for humanities. A list of 50 different types of tasks and activities for when your stuck on how to teach a particular subject. From green pen to loads of activities with pictures, diamond ranking, bingo etc. It's really helped me through my PGCE/NQT year. Put this together as all I could find was starters and plenaries. Selling at only a £1 as want to help as many people as possible. Could also be used for differentiation or challenge/extension tasks.
mayisle
Edexcel A-level year 1 Psychology Methodology Revision Powerpoint

Edexcel A-level year 1 Psychology Methodology Revision Powerpoint

Edexcel revision powerpoint for methodology in psychology A-level year 1. Includes: Methods (detailed description and evaluation) Hypotheses (Descriptions and ways to remember them) Experimental Designs (Evaluation and descriptions) Inferential Statistics (How to choose a test for nominal, ordinal and interval/ratio data) Levels Of Significance and errors (Type one and type two)
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