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Child Development Health & Social Care - Child Disabilities & Special Needs Research Task - 2 Hour

Child Development Health & Social Care - Child Disabilities & Special Needs Research Task - 2 Hour

Learning objective(s)… Understand the requirements of children with special needs & the effects on the family Learning Outcome Understand a range of special needs & the care needed/provided -differentiated set of high order questions included - differentiated learning outcomes PowerPoint Lesson - Gives clear instruction for research task students must produce information about each Special Need: Visual Impairment Hearing impairment cerebral Palsy Down Syndrome Autism

By merk90

FIFA Ultimate Team Tournament

FIFA Ultimate Team Tournament

FUT Football Tournament: Squad team-sheets. 5-a-side tournament for after school. This team sheets enables students to pick their teams and choose their chemistry (if they're friends etc). Excellent motivation.

By joepark4

Psychology Bundle

Psychology Bundle

A combination of Personality, Motivation and Aggression topics. Each area includes comprehensive presentations with class tasks and dicussion areas, alongside additional learner worksheets.

By staceyowl

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan  A2 Intellectual content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A2 Intellectual content

This is a resource package for teaching the New BTEC HSC Level 3, Unit 1 Human Growth &Development through Life Stages, A2 Intellectual Development and covers all that's on the spec. It has a 17 page booklet you can add to or alter, which has presentation note pages for the 4 PowerPoints, activities and homework tasks so it's pretty engaging and the student can print it of and refer to sections themselves for revision. The content includes:- PowerPoint introduction > In infancy and early childhood there is rapid growth in intellectual and language skills: PowerPoint > Piaget’s model of how children’s logic and reasoning develops – stages of cognitive development, the development of schemas, his tests of conservation, egocentrism and how his model may explain children’s thoughts and actions PowerPoint > Chomsky’s model in relation to how children acquire language – Language Acquisition Device (LAD), the concept of a critical period during which children may learn language, which may explain how children seem to instinctively gain language. In early adulthood, thinking becomes realistic and pragmatic, with expert knowledge about, the practical aspects of life that permits judgement about important matters. PowerPoint > The effects of age on the functions of memory: • memory loss in later adulthood Follow me on TES for more Unit 1 resource packages, both free and small charge - https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons and resources for other Units. Time is precious and the pressures on so treat yourself to pre-prepared resource packages and leave a review so others have your opinion on this resource package :-) Thank you Alison

By asiddons

Psychology - Motivation

Psychology - Motivation

This psychological topic of motivation is covered comprehensively within these presentations and worksheets. The main presentation covers areas of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are discussed, alongside, definitions, theories, links to arousal and sports participation. The additional presentation focuses on Maslow's theory and the need achiement theory. Additional class worksheets are also provided here.

By staceyowl

Psychology - Aggression

Psychology - Aggression

This package covers the psychological area of aggression. Included within this are two presentations covering definitions, theories, causes of aggression, methods to control and impact on sporting performance. Class discussion and tasks are provided with additional worksheet.

By staceyowl

Nutrition - Macro and Micronutrients

Nutrition - Macro and Micronutrients

This pack includes comprehensive presentations to explain the strucure and function of macro and micronutrients within the human body. Included are presentations, activities, information booklets and worksheets to guide learners through some of the complex areas of nutrition.

By staceyowl

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan Intro and A1 content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan Intro and A1 content

This is a complete package that has a booklet and week by week programme for Unit one as well as an engaging 18 page booklet covering the A1 part of the spec, which you can add to or alter, getting students to print it off in advance of the lessons. There are 8 PowerPoints included covering all sections in more detail and having embedded videos and corresponding activities in the booklet to complete either as a classroom activity or a homework task. There are also relevant exam questions from past papers to get them in the swing. This booklet took two whole days to put together so it is guaranteed to save you time and enable you to mould resources to your own teaching style. Spec content covered Growth and development are different concepts:  principles of growth – growth is variable across different parts of the body and is measured using height, weight and dimensions  principles of development – development follows an orderly sequence and is the acquisition of skills and abilities. In infancy (0–2 years), the individual develops gross and fine motor skills: • the development of gross motor skills • the development of fine motor skills • milestones set for the development of the infant – sitting up, standing, cruising, walking. In early childhood (3–8 years), the individual further develops gross and fine motor skills:  riding a tricycle, running forwards and backwards, walking on a line, hopping on one foot, hops, skips and jumps confidently  turns pages of a book, buttons and unbuttons clothing, writes own name, joins up writing. In adolescence (9–18 years), the changes surrounding puberty: • development of primary and secondary sexual characteristics • the role of hormones in sexual maturity. In early adulthood (19–45 years), the individual reaches physical maturity:  physical strength peaks, pregnancy and lactation occur  perimenopause – oestrogen levels decrease, causing the ovaries to stop producing an egg each month. The reduction in oestrogen causes physical and emotional symptoms, to include hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido and vaginal dryness. In middle adulthood (46–65 years), the female enters menopause: • causes and effects of female menopause and the role of hormones in this o effects of the ageing process in middle adulthood. In later adulthood (65+ years), there are many effects of ageing:  health and intellectual abilities can deteriorate If you download it and like it, please leave me a review . I have lots of resources on TES so, why don't you follow me so you have them all in one place and can see when I add some more as I'm continually creating resources for my own teaching. To follow me; https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons I hope you enjoy the time you've saved.... Thank you

By asiddons

Health Screening and Testing

Health Screening and Testing

This unit of health screening includes worksheets, information sheets and tutorials in how to conduct health screening methods. These include Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, Peak Flow, Hip-waist measurements and BMI. An excellent teaching resource that covers the majority of health screening assessments required within Sport and Biology.

By staceyowl

Parent/child - Body confidence

Parent/child - Body confidence

This intervention programme centres around body image, negative perceptions and media influences. The media more than at any other time holds a power and influence on how young people see themselves and present themselves. The programme considers; how they see themselves, how they are affected by how they look, who influences them, the negative and positive media messages and how they can regain their strength and self worth. FACILITATOR NOTES The intervention can be a challenging one for children and for parents because when we look at the evidence we have all been affected by it to some degree or another. So I would say look at the parent booklet and consider all the points it raises, plus do some research before you begin the programme which will make the whole course more relevant. WHY THIS INTERVENTION? Does your child exhibit any of the following behaviours? (Some may not be connected to the issues within the family or they may be, children often use different coping methods when faced with difficulties) I think every child would benefit from this intervention especially the following; Reported issues with diet Significant purposeful weight loss Repeated flouting of the school’s uniform code Obsessed about their body image LENGTH OF THE INTERVENTION 6 weeks plus one follow up session BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTIONS Labels - What do they think of themselves, what do others think and how that all makes them feel. Feelings - How self aware are they? Have they been bullied, teased or ridiculed; how do their feelings affect their behaviour? Influences - Who and what influences how they feel and act and how does this affect their lives and choices. Negative Media -Media influences and how they can impact and influence the individual and society in general. Positive Media -Taking a fresh look at the media and how some are trying to normalise images and go against the current trend. Stronger - Getting children to view themselves in a more positive light, looking at positive influences and how confidence manifests itself. Progress - A review of what progress has been made and how they look at themselves and portrayed images.

By Sunshine-Groups

Vegetable Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Vegetable Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Vegetable Soup: This resource has a notebook and a worksheet. The notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as some writing sheets. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) for teaching life skills but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy.

By pearp