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Crime and Punishment - by Fyodor Dostoevsky - GCSE Reading Comprehension

Crime and Punishment - by Fyodor Dostoevsky - GCSE Reading Comprehension

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text gives a summary of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel “Crime and Punishment” that explores the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-student in Saint Petersburg who formulates a plan to kill an old pawnbroker. After carefully reading the summary of the novel, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False and a character match exercise. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
MariaPht
Psychology thinking hats

Psychology thinking hats

Use this as a generic any theory worksheet template. It can be used to summarise, analyse, evaluate knowledge of a theory and has been adapted for psychological theories from the 6 thinking hats.
aragon1
50 pages: Criminal Psychology (OCR) - Background, Key Research and Applications (EVERYTHING)

50 pages: Criminal Psychology (OCR) - Background, Key Research and Applications (EVERYTHING)

The resource contains all content for the 6 chapters from the Criminal Psychology option (Applied Psychology) All 6 chapters are covered in great depth and include: BACKGROUND KEY STUDY APPLICATIONS EVALUATION. These are all in word document format, and the presentation of each chapter is impeccable (containing relevant illustrations, colour coded concepts etc). They are also worded clear for the students to comprehend easily. I have sacrificed a great deal of time into these, so do not be put off by the price tag. I do not take my work lightly so I can assure you that these resources are of a very high standard.
Cecil6
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 2 - Eliminating Extraneous Variables

Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 2 - Eliminating Extraneous Variables

This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the second lesson, Eliminating Extraneous Variables! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, two differentiated versions of the starter, 3 activities and worksheets with accompanying answers, as well as a homework task! The whole lesson is designed in a 'pick up and teach it' way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Aims covered in this lesson are as follows: - Identify different controls that can be used to minimise EV - Explain how each control can be used to minimise the effects of EV - Consider why it is important to control for EV in lab experiments
MrSidneyStringer
Psychology Resource Booklet / Wider Reading

Psychology Resource Booklet / Wider Reading

A visual booklet of resources to encourage wider reading and watching, to print out for students at the beginning of the year (or for the summer holidays). It includes: Book list of recommended reading Movie list for Psychology in the movies Documentarysuggestions Magazines to subscribe to, such as Psychology Review Ted Talks (link to a list of 52) Twitter links: Psychologists to follow on Twitter Short videos to watch BPS Careers information in brief with link Two different covers to choose from, depending on your style. Unlike the preview image shows, it is carefully formatted in Microsoft Word using the font Calibri!
psyhacked