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Animals, including Humans Topic Year 5

Animals, including Humans Topic Year 5

This resource is for Year 5 and includes a variety of resources covering gestation (humans and animals), puberty, and old age developments. This resource includes: a topic cover page, 2 lesson plans, 2 lesson powerpoints, a variety of worksheets, and a differentiated worksheet. The lesson plans are detailed but can easily be reduced. The learning objectives are: 'to know what happens during pregnancy and explore the gestation periods of different animals' and 'to consider the changes that take place during puberty and old age'. This resource covers the statutory requirement: 'describe the changes as humans develop to old age' (DfE, 2013), as well as some aspects of working scientifically. The resources are all designed to be used together.

By amy092

Conflict Management

Conflict Management

This bundle includes 4 of our resources on conflicts, rumours and cyber bullying. 1. Conflict Resolution 101 and Conflict Resolution: How to Handle Conflicts: This conflict resolution lesson teaches what conflict is about, the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution strategies to help your students improve their conflict resolution skills. This lesson will also help you in managing your class better and will help promote and maintain good interpersonal relationships in class. This lesson include: Definition of Conflict Conflict Styles: 1. Accommodating 2. Competing 3. Avoiding 4. Compromising 5. Collaborating Conflict Hooks: 1. Competence 2. Inclusion 3. Autonomy 4.Status 5.Reliability 6. Integrity Conflict Resolution Activities Conflict Survey Conflict Assessment Conflict Case Scenarios Conflict Resolution Strategies Processing questions are included in each conflict resolution activities 2. Rumour Has It: This mini-lesson consists of different activities for students to reflect on about rumours. This module will help students think about things they have heard and how talking about others can harm other people’s reputation. Processing questions are included in each activity to facilitate learning experiences. 3. Cyber -Bullying: Don't be Mean on the Screen: Cyber bullying is a form of bullying and have been a major concern among our kids. This mini-lesson could help your kids be more aware of what cyber bullying is and what to do about it. You could also use this for bullying awareness week or month. This mini-lesson include: Definition of cyber bullying Cyber bullying technology Why do kids bully? Profile of cyber bullies, victims of cyber bullies and bystanders Cyber bullying categories Cyber bullying types Ways to prevent and stop cyber bullying

By kitcelcorner

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A3 Emotional Development content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A3 Emotional Development content

This is a resource package for teaching the New BTEC HSC Level 3, Unit 1 Human Growth &Development through Life Stages, A3 Emotional Development and covers all that's on the spec. It has a 14 page booklet you can add to or alter, which has presentation note pages for the 2 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:- Attachment to care-giver in infancy and early childhood: PowerPoint; theories of attachment; Bowlby (1953), Salter Ainsworth et al (1978) and Marris (1996) PowerPoint Schaffer and Emerson (1964)…. …to include types of attachment and disruptions to attachment. • Separation Anxiety • Maternal Deprivation and Privation • Stranger Anxiety The development and importance of self-concept:  definitions and factors involved in the development of a positive or negative self-esteem  definitions and factors involved in the development of a positive or negative self-image  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

Relationships Divorce Complete Lesson

Relationships Divorce Complete Lesson

Included in this bundle is a whole work book that matches the direction and content of the power point and a starter activity to help guide students to what the lesson topic is. There is also a card sorting activity that must be prepared before students begin the lesson as this allows them to categorise and sort the main reasons married couples divorce.

By Miles2323

Sociology of the Family (20 Lessons) WJEC / EDUQAS [ GCSE Sociology ] Families

Sociology of the Family (20 Lessons) WJEC / EDUQAS [ GCSE Sociology ] Families

Professionally designed for the new EDUQAS / WJEC Sociology GCSE specification (9-1) taught from September 2017. AQA equivalents are also available on TES. This 20 lesson unit is designed to be a self-contained, comprehensive and complete resource: everything a teacher/department need to teach the sociology of families section of the course. Each lesson comes in a .Zip file, This file contains: -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf) -A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats) -Homework [-Most of the lessons include a worksheet (double-sided A4 or A3)] We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons and we believe these are the best GCSE Sociology resources money can buy, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Our intention is to have the other units of the new GCSE Sociology course available by June. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.com PS: Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/ PLEASE NOTE: Minimum system requirements: 512MB RAM, 1.5ghz processor. Microsoft Office.

By godwin86

Divorce (I) - Sociology of Families - L12/20 [ WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology ] Trends & Changes (NEW)

Divorce (I) - Sociology of Families - L12/20 [ WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology ] Trends & Changes (NEW)

Professionally designed for the new EDUQAS / WJEC Sociology GCSE specification (9-1) taught from September 2017. AQA equivalents are also available on TES. This is lesson 12 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Family' section. This lesson focuses on the topic of divorce (teachers are advised to handle the issue with delicacy as some students may have sensitive feelings around the issue). It looks at changing patterns in divorce since 1945, the causes for these changes, and their consequences on individuals and society. The download includes: -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf) -A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats) -A double-sided, colour, A3, worksheet -Homework All lessons are designed around the new GCSE specification, certainly useful for any GCSE specification however. We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.com PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/ These lessons are designed around the new EDUQAS / WJEC specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. AQA equivalents are available on TES. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.com Positive reviews warmly welcomed! PS: Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

By godwin86

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

Interactionist Views - Family - L17/20 [ WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology] Families KS4 New

Interactionist Views - Family - L17/20 [ WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology] Families KS4 New

Professionally designed for the new EDUQAS / WJEC Sociology GCSE specification (9-1) taught from September 2017. AQA equivalents are also available on TES. This is lesson 17 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Family' section; it focusses on interactionist sociological views. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017) The download includes: -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf) -A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats) -A double-sided A3 worksheet (see cover image for preview) -Homework These lessons are designed around the new EDUQAS / WJEC specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. AQA equivalents are available on TES. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.com Positive reviews warmly welcomed! PS: Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

By godwin86

LGBTQ 2 Lessons

LGBTQ 2 Lessons

L1 Looks at the definitions and umbrella terms. L2 Concentrates on bullying, stigma and discrimination

By KCharlotte

Parent/child - Family

Parent/child - Family

This intervention looks at a child’s central family; who they are and how they all work together. The aim of the intervention is to educate both the adult and the child about the benefits of positive relationships and how negative relationships can have a destructive impact upon their lives, now and in the future. The last session is titled ‘How to do it better’, after having considered all aspects of relationships it’s about how best to keep relationships of any kind ‘healthy’. PARENTAL NOTES This intervention will be a difficult one because it asks questions of the family/ adult not just the child. In order to effect change we must consider our part in any one situation; in one of the most important relationships of your life we can help or hinder. These sessions are not to just highlight the issues but ultimately effect positive change; it is not to apportion blame!! The ultimate aim is to effect a positive change in family relationships which will ultimately lead to positive change in the life and future of the child. 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) Self injury/harm Withdrawn/loner Openly expresses alcohol and drug use Expresses worthlessness/ fear/ anxiety Difficult relationships at home LENGTH OF INTERVENTION The sessions are divided into roughly one hour x 6 weeks plus follow up session, however, depending on the age and concentration level of your child you could split the sessions further. Each session will have 3 worksheets to complete, you could do one at a time. BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS Who am I? Firstly how do you view yourselves? Does it provide a solid foundation for other relationships? What’s my starting point? Who’s with me? Relationships which you have with your family; who you both trust and how you both interact, the good, bad and the ugly. How do they do it? This session looks at situations from the outside and asks what works, difficulties in families and what makes a good family dynamic? Trouble shooting It’s not what you say.....It’s how you say it; often we deal with situations in the wrong way, which often leads to trouble. How do relationships affect feelings? Relationships gone wrong, this session covers aspects of relationship conflict and how feelings affect relationships positively and negatively. How to do it better What’s the plan? Looking at the future and how to deal better with interactions, making better decisions and building solid relationships. Follow up - Reviewing progress made and celebrations of successes, keep on talking!

By Sunshine-Groups

Marriage and family life Key-Word Crossword Puzzle for GCSE Religious Studies - Unit 1.3

Marriage and family life Key-Word Crossword Puzzle for GCSE Religious Studies - Unit 1.3

This crossword-puzzle with Teacher's Notes and Helpful Hints is designed to reinforce or revise the main Key-Words for the GCSE Religious Studies - unit 1.3 Marriage and family life. This resource includes: two versions of the crossword puzzle, Teacher's Notes which give all the answers plus hints and Helpful Hints which you can use to aid differentiation or share with the whole class when the time provided for this activity is nearly up. Ideal for use as a Starter Activity, part of a lesson introducing the topic, extension activity, homework or revision. In addition to the required Key-Words, a small number of additional words relating to this topic have been included.

By durgamata