Year 2 Powerpoint Week 9 - Option 1 Cognition and Development - Vygotsky’s Cognitive DevelopmentQuick View
nick_redshaw

Year 2 Powerpoint Week 9 - Option 1 Cognition and Development - Vygotsky’s Cognitive Development

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Since 2004 Nick and Bethan have worked with top independent and state schools to develop 'Outstanding' teaching and learning resources. " Nick and Bethan your student workshop was fantastic pitched at the right level, we will definitely be using you again next year for both Year 12 and Year 13 - excellent resources" Inner London School. This eagerly anticipated powerpoint has been produced by leading authors Nick and Bethan specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 2 - OPTION 3 - Forensic Psychology and maps onto our VERY popular Year 2 - Option 1 - Cognition and Development Workbook also available for download here on TES This powerpoint covers Week 9 - Vygotsky’s theory of Cognitive Development 1. Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development, including the zone of proximal development and scaffolding. Fully mapped onto the NEW Specification and SOW and has been fully crossed reference with question papers and mark schemes from Spec A, B and the New STEM. In addition includes material and terms mentioned in the SOW but not included in most 'endorsed textbooks' DOWNLOAD sit back and LIVE LIFE. Our workbooks are also be supported by our Unique LIVE ONLINE ACADEMY (Psychexamhelp) and LIVE Online Course. Students need to pay an additional subscription to receive LIVE help and exam performance feedback for more information go to our website at the right hand side of the page or contact Nick and Bethan information@advancedsuccess.co.uk
Lev Vygotsky - Main ideasQuick View
aarsland91

Lev Vygotsky - Main ideas

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View on learning - social transmission\nRole of language\nZone of Proximal Development\nScaffolding\nTheory in use - pretend play + story time
A Level PE - The Theories of Learning  - Skill AquisitionQuick View
gdk85

A Level PE - The Theories of Learning - Skill Aquisition

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Learning Objectives: Introduce the four theories of learning. - Operant Conditioning. - Observational Learning (Bandura). - Social Development Theory (Vygotsky). - Insight Learning (Gestaltist theories). Understand how the theories of learning impact on skill development.
AQA Psychology Cognition and development- Cognitive developmentQuick View
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AQA Psychology Cognition and development- Cognitive development

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This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. You will find the descriptions and evaluations of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and Baillargeon’s explanations of infant abilities. All the topics have links to short videos (details in the notes below the slide). Also included are five activities which can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
Child Language Development: Reading, Writing and Speaking NotesQuick View
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Child Language Development: Reading, Writing and Speaking Notes

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Child Language Development Reading, Writing and Speaking Notes for new AQA English Language A Level (2018 onwards) Contains everything needed to know about CLD (plus some interesting extras) Topics covered: Language aquisition theories -> Skinner ->Chomsky -> Lenneberg -> Piaget -> Bruner -> Vygotsky -> Tomasello -> Ibbotson -> Peccei -> Garvey -> Ervin-Tripp Speaking Phonological development -> Baby phonological stages -> Early sounding mistakes -> Berko and /brown Lexical and semantic development -> Katherine Nelson -> Elizabeth Spelke -> Leslie Rescorla -> Thomson and Chapman -> Jean Aitchison Grammatical development (syntax and morphology) -> Grammatical stages -> Brown -> Brain -> Bellugi Pragmatic development -> MAK Halliday Discourse development -> Berko -> Brown Child directed speech Case Studies -> Jim- De Villiers and De Villiers -> Genie Reading/ Writing Labov’s Narrative Structure Models of Children’s Literacy Stages of learning to read -> Chall -> Harris and Coltheart -Miscue analysis and emergent literacy -> Goodman Stages of Writing -> Kroll -> Barclay -> Anon Types of writing -> Rothery -> Britton Approaches to teaching reading Creative VS Rule Based Model Traditional VS Functional Approach -Learning to Spell -> S R Gentry -Other ->Lyle ->Grant ->Hepplewhite -> Crystal’s Skills -> Perera -> Shirley Brice Health -> Stanovich
Paper 3 -Complete Student Workbook - Cognition and DevelopmentQuick View
nick_redshaw

Paper 3 -Complete Student Workbook - Cognition and Development

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Written by leading teachers and authors Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 2 Psychology in Context, ISSUE, DEBATES and OPTIONS and builds on their highly successful year 1 material which is also available to download here on TES Teacher reference - I have bought your e-workbook, which I found to be amazing! ) Option 1 Cognition and Development - Learning Objectives On completion of this unit you should be familiar with the following: Week 8 - Piaget’s theory of cognitive development: schemas, assimilation, accommodation, equilibration, stages of intellectual development. Characteristics of these stages, including object permanence, conservation, egocentrism and class inclusion. Week 9 - Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development, including the zone of proximal development and scaffolding. Week 10 - Baillargeon’s explanation of early infant abilities, including knowledge of the physical world; violation of expectation research. Week 11 - The development of social cognition: Selman’s levels of perspective-taking; theory of mind, including theory of mind as an explanation for autism; the Sally-Anne study. The role of the mirror neuron system in social cognition. This workbook is a must and 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(s) will also be available soon here on TES. Our workbooks are also be supported by our Unique LIVE ONLINE AREA (Psychexamhelp). Students can also receive LIVE help and exam performance feedback go to our website or contact us through twitter.
Paper 3 - COGNITION & DEVELOPMENT -  SPECIAL OFFER   Workbook & PowerPoint - BundleQuick View
nick_redshaw

Paper 3 - COGNITION & DEVELOPMENT - SPECIAL OFFER Workbook & PowerPoint - Bundle

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SPECIAL OFFER - AQA Year 2 - Cognition and Development Workbook & Powerpoints - Bundle Only £25 (normally £29 if bought individually) The workbook and powerpoints are a must and 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 WORKBOOK and supporting POWERPOINT(s) will also be available individually here on TES Written by leading authors and teachers Nick and Bethan Redshaw specifically for the AQA Psychology Specification Year 2 Psychology in Context, ISSUE, DEBATES and OPTIONS and builds on their highly successful year 1 material which is also available to download here on TES (Teacher reference - I have bought your Year 1 e-workbook, which I found to be amazing! ) Student Workbook and Supporting Powerpoints Cover: Option 1 Cognition and Development - Learning Objectives On completion of this unit you should be familiar with the following: Week 8 - Piaget’s theory of cognitive development: schemas, assimilation, accommodation, equilibration, stages of intellectual development. Characteristics of these stages, including object permanence, conservation, egocentrism and class inclusion. Week 9 - Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development, including the zone of proximal development and scaffolding. Week 10 - Baillargeon’s explanation of early infant abilities, including knowledge of the physical world; violation of expectation research. Week 11 - The development of social cognition: Selman’s levels of perspective-taking; theory of mind, including theory of mind as an explanation for autism; the Sally-Anne study. The role of the mirror neuron system in social cognition. Our Resources are also be supported by our Unique LIVE ONLINE AREA (Psychexamhelp). Students need to pay an additional subscription to receive LIVE help and exam performance feedback for more information go to our website at the right hand side of the page
Reading Strategies for Comprehension V5 (Please read the 'Lesson Plan' PDF first)Quick View
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Reading Strategies for Comprehension V5 (Please read the 'Lesson Plan' PDF first)

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Version 5 update: Added 'Before, During, After' prompts to each title slide; updated Analyse SC; added paired reading bookmark. Version 4 update: Made fonts more 'Dyslexia friendly' (e.g. Arial, 1.5 spacing) ; added peer questions for each strategy. The contents of this teaching pack should be taken as guiding principles for teachers to create their own reading curriculum. It describes a personalised reading curriculum framework, unbound by prescribed reading libraries and pre-rendered schemes of work, which is instead responsive to learner interests and needs, who collaboratively learn to independently apply comprehension strategies. For full disclosure, the theory and practice described in the pack reflects the author’s democratic pedagogy, underpinned by socio-constructivist theories of learning (Vygotsky, 1978) and self-determination theories of motivation (Ryan, 2009). It provides practical examples of how reading may be developed at both learner and teacher level. Elliott’s (1977) advice about improving practice is useful here: there is no structure proposed to be strictly adhered to, rather it is hoped that teachers use this information to gain insight and a sense of agency over their teaching. The Powerpoint slides are a work in progress and can be edited to suit local needs. However, I ask that you please get back in touch with me with feedback on your experiences using them and suggestions about how my resources can be improved.
Success Criteria and assessment grids, plus Mastery Introductory powerpoint for staff (2 for 1)Quick View
educationforall7

Success Criteria and assessment grids, plus Mastery Introductory powerpoint for staff (2 for 1)

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Grids- Save time, increase variety of assessment used in your class and minimise marking. English Grids: - WALT - Date - Success Criteria (space for those always expected and those specific to this lesson) with corresponding self- assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment grid space. - Tick box for whether assessment is achieved, partially achieved or not achieved (worded in a positive, child friendly way) Maths Grids: - WALT - Date - Success Criteria with corresponding self- assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment grid space. - Tick boxes for child to identify which Maths manipulatives they have used. - Tick box for whether assessment is achieved, partially achieved or not achieved (worded in a positive, child friendly way) Powerpoint to introduce teachers to Maths Mastery. Used for staff training. Covers: - beliefs and principles behind Mastery - what a Mastery curriculum looks like - Vygotsky's ZPD - National Curriclum - Ofsted - PISA, TIMMS - Singapore, Shanghai - planning structure - concrete, pictorial, abstract approach - Activities