1. Resources Home
  2. Secondary
  3. Psychology
  4. Social psychology
Template for Criminal behaviour theories and studies

Template for Criminal behaviour theories and studies

Print out onto coloured card, students summarise each theory and linking study as they work through the unit, should be done without notes. Store in a revision folder separate from class book and notes, then use as a revision resource later in the course. I have these for all units in the new spec. Email if you need them.
aragon1
Social Norms

Social Norms

This resource introduces learners to the concept of social norms. It includes detail theory and opportunities for discussion. There is also a poster activity to review the content.
joecranney
Personality and APD

Personality and APD

This resource introduces learners to the Development of Personality and Antisocial Personality Disorder. It is a lecture based presentation but does allow for discussion amongst the class.
joecranney
Nature vs Nurture

Nature vs Nurture

This presentation is designed to introduce learners to the nature / nurture debate in relation to psychology. It contains a number of discussion points as well as a link to a video documentary of the famous 'Genie' case. Learners must also consider the theories they have been learning about (Freud / Bandura / Piaget) in relation to the debate.
joecranney
Bandura's Social Learning Theory

Bandura's Social Learning Theory

This presentation introduces learners to Bandura's Social Learning Theory through a series of discussions and a look at the famous Bobo Doll experiment. It is intended for level 2 learners so the theory is not very in depth but can be adapted easily enough to make it more challenging.
joecranney
GCSE  Psychology Psychological Problems Lesson Powerpoints  OCR New spec 9-1

GCSE Psychology Psychological Problems Lesson Powerpoints OCR New spec 9-1

22 Lessons in one PowerPoint that cover the following topics: - An introduction to mental health - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Schizophrenia - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Clinical Depression - Application - The development of treatments for Schizophrenia and Depression Teachers will need access to the OCR GCSE (9-1) Psychology Student Text Book by Billingham and Kitching
Feeny87
GCSE Psychology Psychological Problems 100 page activity booklet OCR New Spec 9-1

GCSE Psychology Psychological Problems 100 page activity booklet OCR New Spec 9-1

Activity booklet for the Psychological Problems topic within the new OCR GCSE Specification. Activities cover the following topics: - An introduction to mental health - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Schizophrenia - Theories /Explanations - Biological /Psychological Explanation of Clinical Depression - Application - The development of treatments for Schizophrenia and Depression Some activities make use of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Psychology Student Text Book by Billingham and Kitching which teachers may find useful.
Feeny87
Rocky Movie Lesson Plan, Viewing Guide/Quiz/Test, and Essay Questions

Rocky Movie Lesson Plan, Viewing Guide/Quiz/Test, and Essay Questions

This lesson’s purpose is to help students comprehend and analyze the first Rocky movie (1979) through a literary lens. Topics on this viewing guide and quiz include plot development, characterization, character arc of change, figurative language, and literary devices. It includes fifty multiple-choice questions (modeled after the SAT & ACT exam questions) and two open-ended essay questions. Questions are from all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised). Questions are in chronological order with the film. Answer key included. Objectives/US Standards (SUGGESTED) (From Corestandards.com): Students are expected to: • Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision. • Analyze how differences in the points of view of the characters and the audience or reader (e.g., created through the use of dramatic irony) create such effects as suspense or humor. • Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Weaknesses of the TSF

Weaknesses of the TSF

Students work in groups to summarise each problem of the theory. Can be adapted to do a carousel activity, display clues on the board for each weakness, students have to read each one and match them up.
aragon1