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Psychology careers poster/display: Suitable for A-level psychology.

Psychology careers poster/display: Suitable for A-level psychology.

A psychology careers poster designed to inform students about the potential career choices within the field of psychology. This has been used as a large display in my secondary school's corridor. The file is easily editable so you can change the fonts, text and colour schemes to suit your preferences.
laurenjr
BTEC L3 HSC - Unit 11, Learning Aim C

BTEC L3 HSC - Unit 11, Learning Aim C

BTEC Level 3 - Health and Social Care - Unit 11 - Learning Aim C (Examine how PP are applied in HSC settings) 1 powerpoint which contains all of the content for Learning Aim C. Video links in the notes.
Findlotte
OCR GCSE Psychology studies booklet (New Specification)

OCR GCSE Psychology studies booklet (New Specification)

A workbook to complete in order to summarise each of the studies needed as part of the OCR GCSE Psychology course. Each page has the same format where studies need to fill in information relating to the study. We set this for homework as a consolidation activity. Front page contains information that relates to our school but is uploaded as a publisher file and so can be deleted/adapted to your own school.
jwilson150
A Level Psychology Research Task

A Level Psychology Research Task

Great research task for students to learn to be able to find information from books, magazines, journals and articles. Task has 6 separate topics which are abnormalities, social, memory, attachment, stress and research methods. There are 2 questions for each heading for students to work on. For each one, students have to write the book/article as to where they found the information, author, page number/chapter and the answer to the question. Would take a 2/3 lessons if they were in a library, looking for the information or 1/2 lesson if they were to use computers. Hope you like it:)
MissCharlotteAndrews
Humanism - Maslow's hierarchy of needs

Humanism - Maslow's hierarchy of needs

This pack includes an A3 printable resource - which are great laminated! Can be used with dry erase pens or the tiles included . The image is a final resource, the tiles can be used as they are in the file, added to or changed as you see fit. The A4 worksheet is great for individual work - to be filled in with either Maslow's hierarchy for later revision purposes in students notes/files, or used as a task for the student to think about what their own hierarchy would be. This promotes thought about the concept of Humanism. (A powerpoint lesson to accompany this will be up in the next few days and available separately or as part of a pack). This task allows students to think about Maslow's ideas of what the hierarchy looks like and what their own would look like, and how the impact of simple things such as food and shelter do have an impact on our goals and what we can achieve. When used alongside a scenario as in the powerpoint this can be a powerful tool to promote discussion and deeper thought about the topic of humanism. This download also includes a Humanism handout giving an overview of the approach with evaluation points. The printable section has the tiles which you can add to or remove from, and includes some blank squares which are great to use if students want to add their own ideas in there to. Which can be added as an extension task. You can also add the tiles with the layer names on as an extension and discuss whether these might move if they re-arranged the tiles for themselves. Its a nice task, to look at how Maslow suggests it should look and then getting students to re-arrange it for what they think it might look like for them. *I do not own the copyright to the image of Maslow, this was sourced via creative commons on a search engine.
Piercy76
EXAM ANSWER STRUCTURING PACK

EXAM ANSWER STRUCTURING PACK

This pack contains 6 word download files that are aimed at helping students work on how to break down questions in order to answer them efficiently for the most marks. There is a 4 square sheet ideal for exam question structuring and a great tool for AFL to check students have grasped the topic and how to use their knowledge to answer a question. There is also a dual sided worksheet which is aimed at questions that focus on studies, this enables students to break down what the study is about on one half, then be able to use that information and focus it on the question. Sometimes, students find it hard to use their knowledge in the correct way, this sheet helps and comes with an instruction download to give you some ideas on how to use it. There is also a study breakdown worksheet useful for revision and a STEM worksheet which helps students to identify the psychology in the question and link it to the examples in the stem. These resources are unlocked and so you can type on them, alter them or just print them as they are and come with 5 PNG image files that you can print out any size you prefer. If anyone is interested in these individually they will be added in the next few days as well as other resources aimed at helping students tackle exam questions, and guide them in how to structure answers in order to gain better results.
Piercy76