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How to outline and evaluate research - AQA A-level psychology

How to outline and evaluate research - AQA A-level psychology

An information sheet with handy mnemonics (APPRC & REVISED) to help students answer an exam question requiring an outline and evaluation/discussion of psychological research. These mnenomics are then put into practice (using Milgram's obedience study as an example) to demonstrate how they could form a coherent and detailed 16-mark answer.
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.
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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
AQA Psychology RESEARCH METHODS (year 1) full lessons and revision resources.

AQA Psychology RESEARCH METHODS (year 1) full lessons and revision resources.

This bundle includes all of the 9 lessons I have uploaded for AS AQA Psychology research methods and Revision resources too. It includes powerpoints for all and then worksheets and some exam questions. Includes: Variables Experiments and Experimental Design Correlations Observations Aims and Hypotheses Sampling Methods Data and Maths Also included are a set of research methods revision cards for AS, key term cards and revision activities including bingo and a crossword.
Psymarie8
SAMPLING TECHNIQUES - Sampling with beads - FULL LESSON including homework/AFL

SAMPLING TECHNIQUES - Sampling with beads - FULL LESSON including homework/AFL

This bundle is a lesson on sampling techniques including: 1.Power point lesson 2.Teacher guidance notes 3.Student workbook 4.Match up AFL sampling techniques scenarios - done as part of powerpoint or on paper/activity 5.Sort your sample palette - alternative to buying paint palettes 6.How to... work out mean, median, mode and percentages 7.Sampling techniques/research methods homework - including bar chart interpretation and percentages 8.Revision tools document which has 1 page which is to be split to create revision cards and 1 page for a spidergram revision tool which i do at the end of every lesson for a few minutes (there are 2 tools so students have choice of which to make) These resources used together create a lesson on the different types of sampling techniques - but also involves calculating percentages as well as drawing and interpreting data from bar charts. And encourages thought around advantages and disadvantages of each technique. The homework sheet could be done in class as an end of lesson AFL to be handed in for marking. Its a simple lesson but effective in delivering the concept of the 5 sampling techniques, how they are used, and gets students thinking about the concept of samples and how they represent society as a whole - useful particularly when it comes to social influence later on where the studies had male participants.
Piercy76
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
GCSE Psychology: Research Methods - Sampling

GCSE Psychology: Research Methods - Sampling

Lesson objective: To understand the different sampling methods. To understand the advantages & limitations of sampling methods. A lesson on sampling with an engaging activity to explore the different sampling methods. The exam question worksheet is scenario based, with the answers on the powerpoint.
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