AQA Psychology issues and debates work booklet

AQA Psychology issues and debates work booklet

Work booklet given to Y12 student to complete over the summer holidays. Students had some knowledge of the issues and debates content but had not covered it in any great depth. This booklet therefore contains enough detail for them to have a good understanding of the content but also leaves enough gaps for the students to use their existing knowledge and additional research skills to complete. Knowledge review questions are included at the end of every sub topic. As always, I recommend students use the Tutor2u and Simply Psychology sites as a point of reference. Levels of explanation picture credit to Tutor2U Psychology.
lornaslasor
AQA AS/Alevel Psychology Paper 1 full set of revision notes ( 4 topics)

AQA AS/Alevel Psychology Paper 1 full set of revision notes ( 4 topics)

These notes contain 4 topics worth of Psychology, they are the complete 4 topics learnt on AQA psychology specification in AS psychology and for A-Level psychology they are all 4 topics and content featured in paper 1. Social influence Memory Attachment Psychopathology This revision resource is a complete set of notes for the 4 topics including evaluation points and diagrams (diagrams were gathered off google) I spent hours on these resources so i hope they are useful for someone :)
jaytee0987
AQA NEW SPEC GCSE PSYCH - Development - Dweck's mindset

AQA NEW SPEC GCSE PSYCH - Development - Dweck's mindset

Lesson covering description and evaluation of Dweck’s mindset include some AO2 application questions with model responses. Resources include a prep learning task set as homework the lesson before, however, this could be adapted to be used in lesson if needed.
lornaslasor
Human vs Animal Communication. AQA Psychology

Human vs Animal Communication. AQA Psychology

AQA GCSE Psychology. Language, Thought and Communication NEW SPEC topic. I did this with year 9 and year 10 and it worked very well. It is a long module but includes; Obtainable learning objectives for different abilities Easily differentiated resources All of the New Spec relevant information. Mind maps and Revision lesson and End of topic Assessment available in whole module bundle.
amyrabjohn
Language affects view. AQA Psychology GCSE

Language affects view. AQA Psychology GCSE

AQA GCSE Psychology. Language, Thought and Communication NEW SPEC topic. I did this with year 9 and year 10 and it worked very well. It is a long module but includes; Obtainable learning objectives for different abilities Easily differentiated resources All of the New Spec relevant information. Mind maps and Revision lesson and End of topic Assessment available in whole module bundle.
amyrabjohn
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis. AQA Psychology

Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis. AQA Psychology

AQA GCSE Psychology. Language, Thought and Communication NEW SPEC topic. I did this with year 9 and year 10 and it worked very well. It is a long module but includes; Obtainable learning objectives for different abilities Easily differentiated resources All of the New Spec relevant information. Mind maps and Revision lesson and End of topic Assessment (in full module bundle)
amyrabjohn
Piaget. Psychology AQA GCSE

Piaget. Psychology AQA GCSE

AQA GCSE Psychology. Language, Thought and Communication NEW SPEC topic. I did this with year 9 and year 10 and it worked very well. It is a long module but includes; Obtainable learning objectives for different abilities Easily differentiated resources All of the New Spec relevant information. Mind maps and Revision lesson End of topic Assessment
amyrabjohn
Back To School Ultra Bundle

Back To School Ultra Bundle

This ultra bundle includes 9 of our resources. Editable Weekly Newsletter Templates This editable weekly newsletter template is a great way to keep your students on track and updated. A great reminder for the students to know what is on for the week.It also come with an editable blank template to be able to customise the categories. Editable Parent Newsletter Templates: Take Home Notes from the Teacher These Editable Parent Newsletters are monthly newsletters that you could give to parents as a way of communicating about their child’s progress in school. They are like take home notes that you could give to students to bring home to their parents or if the parents pick up their child at school, you could hand them over personally. It is a great way to keep the parents updated of their child’s performance. A blank monthly parent newsletter template is also provided so you could put your own categories. Editable Monthly Newsletter Templates: Keep your students on track and updated This Editable Monthly newsletter is a great way to keep your students updated of the important dates to remember, get excited for upcoming events and most of all highlight your star students for the month.It also come with an editable blank template to be able to customise the categories. The format is in powerpoint and the newsletters are in PNG format so you can edit. To edit, open the file in powerpoint, click on “INSERT” and look for “TEXT BOX” and type on the text box. To PRINT: The file is on A4 paper size. It could also be printed on black & white or grey scale. Just adjust the colour settings of your computer. Editable Back To School Forms These Back To School Editable forms are useful on the first day of school and on back to school open house night. It includes: *Welcome Sign *Name tags *Transportation Form *Birthday Form *Student information sheet *Email Sign- up sheet *Text Sign-up sheet *Volunteer Sign- up sheet *Supplies list *Signs that you can post on tables to guide parents during back to school open house *Thank you note to parents for volunteering The format is on powerpoint presentation. The paper size is on A4 and all images are in PNG. Should you wish to edit, click on “INSERT” then “TEXT BOX” to edit The slides could also be printed out in black and white or in grey scale. Please check the colour settings of your printer. Feelings Flash Cards for Primary The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: Happy 2.Lonely Mad Proud Sad Embarrassed Sheepish Shy Skeptical Suprised Worried Disappointed Boys’ emotions and feelings: Anxious Bored Confused Enraged Excited Hurt Mad- Accusatory Mad- Indignant Peeved-Tantruming Proud Scared Shy Smug- Self- Important Startled Stressed Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: Baffled Passionate Ecstatic Mad- Frantic Splendid Melancholic Terrified Astounded Introverted Apprehensive Placid Pensive Flabbergasted Sullen Boys’ emotions and feelings: Perplexed Piqued Contented Mad-Absurd Grand Distressed Anxious Stunned Cautious Tense Quiet Wistful Startled Cantankerous Conversation Starters This product contains 100 plus conversation starters that teachers and counselors can use.This product is best used for middle school year children aged 11-13 years old. It is divided into 5 categories: a. Family b. Self c. School d. Friends e. Anything under the sun It also comes with blank templates that you can use to write your own questions for each category. Getting Acquainted: Initial Interview Guide This guide can be used by teachers and counselors to get acquainted with their students. They can easily establish rapport with these short interview guide and they can also take down notes about their observations and impressions of the student. 9 .Classroom Posters for Tweens and Teens Teenagers need to be constantly reminded of rules and expectations in the classroom. These rules and expectations could serve as a guide to help them stay on track and out of trouble, continue to practice good manners that there taught in primary, feel safe and supported in school. The file is in power point version, A4 in size and in JPEG format. List of Classroom Rules and Expectations: Treat others fairly Pay attention in class Listen to the teachers and adults in school Lend a helping hand to others Come to school ready and prepared Stay on task Be kind to others Be friendly and sociable Show respect to others Cooperate with others Don’t be mean on the screen Make smart choices Be responsible Be organized Don’t ruin someone’s reputation by spreading gossip Be forgiving Follow rules Raise your hand if you want to participate and ask questions Be honest Don’t pick fights Eat healthy Work quietly
kitcelcorner
A Level Psychology and Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) taster lesson

A Level Psychology and Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) taster lesson

Psychology taster focuses on Attachment types and encourages students to complete a quiz to find out their own (sensitive questions!) It also included the ‘Marshmallow Test’ by Mischel. EPQ taster session briefly outlines the course and then allows students to practice critical thinking skills by examining sources for and against the ‘Legalise Cannabis’ debate. Both are roughly 45 minutes, summer preparation booklets compliment these lessons.
Findlotte
Psychology & HSC Handbooks / Independent Learning

Psychology & HSC Handbooks / Independent Learning

Includes; 2 handbooks for AQA Psychology and BTEC Health and Social Care which you’ll need to adapt to meet your own departments needs. ‘Nandos’ themed differentiated tasks for Approaches and Attachment (Psychology) and Unit 1 and Unit 2 (HSC) - Again, adapt these if needed, the template is very easy to create additional topics. Independent Record Book template - Students to fill in what activities that are completing in ‘Private Study’ periods and what they have learnt from it.
Findlotte
Relationships

Relationships

Thoughts such as, what do relationships mean, what they are all about and what its different facets are, may enable the facilitator understand it better. Some such thoughts about relationships are given below.) Relationship is one’s association or connection with co-creation. Relationships are the links that animals, humans, nature or any other species, create with one another. Relationship is how one relates with other. INTENT (The objective of the facilitation process is to help each participant explore the topic for himself, individually and independently. Following are some of the objectives of the session.) To understand what is relationship To analyse whether one needs relationship To explore whether relationship impacts oneself, people, nature and environment, things or situations To explore whether relationship are the same both ways To explore whether one needs to create and maintain relationships To explore whether all relationships are the same The intent and questions to be followed in the preparation document. Disclaimer: Content may contain incidents, story lines, images, short-videos and such other materials available in public domain (including various websites/ similar sources). Content is intended solely for non-commercial, educational purposes. VSET does not claim any ownership or copyright to such materials published on this website, which, with respect to such materials, lie with their respective owners. VSET endeavours to keep the information relevant to the topics covered. However, VSET makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, suitability or reliability of such materials.
Vset
citizenship

citizenship

Thoughts such as, what does citizenship mean, what it is all about and what its different facets are, may enable the facilitator understand it better. Some such thoughts about citizenship are given below.) A citizen is a participatory member of a political community. Citizenship is gained by meeting the legal requirements of a national, state, or local government. A nation grants certain rights, privileges and casts certain duties ,obligations on its citizens INTENT (The objective of the facilitation process is to help each participant explore the topic for himself, individually and independently. Following are some of the objectives of the session.) To understand what is citizenship To understand who is a citizen To explore the role of a citizen in the society, nature, environment, nation, world To analyse whether citizens need to be responsible To analyse what happens when citizens are responsible and when citizens are not responsible To analyse whether citizenship impacts oneself, people, nature and environment, things or situations The intent and questions to be followed in the preparation document. Disclaimer: Content may contain incidents, story lines, images, short-videos and such other materials available in public domain (including various websites/ similar sources). Content is intended solely for non-commercial, educational purposes. VSET does not claim any ownership or copyright to such materials published on this website, which, with respect to such materials, lie with their respective owners. VSET endeavours to keep the information relevant to the topics covered. However, VSET makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, suitability or reliability of such materials.
Vset
Comprehensive RE/Philosophy Classroom Display Bundle

Comprehensive RE/Philosophy Classroom Display Bundle

A new bundle combining the best-selling ‘Complete RE/Philosophy Display Pack’ that’s now sold over 800 copies and my new high-quality ‘Logical Fallacies and Cognitive Biases’ displays to root out any irrationality in your classroom. Between them there is plenty to cover any classroom’s wallspace: The awesome Philosophers Timeline with 68 thinkers and pop-out quotes for each Bloomin’ good questions display RE skills/levels wall-chart Blooms questioning chart Classroom opinion line Philosophical Language display 21 Common logical fallacies display 18 Cognitive biases we’re all guilty of Make your classroom a joy to look at!
toddbeamish
OCR Core Studies Revision

OCR Core Studies Revision

These are the notes I made when doing my Psychology A Level. They helped me as they are simplified and easy to understand. All notes were made from the original OCR textbook.
mdanks1
13/20 of the Core Studies (OCR PSYCHOLOGY AS + A2)

13/20 of the Core Studies (OCR PSYCHOLOGY AS + A2)

Detailed and clear descriptions (aim, sample, method, procedure, variables etc) and evaluations of 13 out of the 20 core studies for OCR Psychology. Social - Levine, Piliavin Cognitive - Grant, Moray Developmental - Bandura, Lee, Kohlberg Biological - Sperry, Casey, Blakemore and Cooper, Maguire Individual differences - Gould, Hancock I have made these myself and have put a considerable amount of time in to these, The studies are in great detail and well worth the purchase. Will save you lots of time planning.
Cecil6
Contraception - Hinduism & Christianity (GCSE Lesson Pack)

Contraception - Hinduism & Christianity (GCSE Lesson Pack)

This is a set of 4 lessons about the topic of contraception and family planning for GCSE Religious Studies. It deals with Hindu & Christian perspective and is ideal for any teacher covering Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. This pack covers one topic: you can save money by buying the entire 17 lesson unit here. All lessons are professionally designed by a dedicated Tes Recommended Author who has extensive experience teaching Religious Studies, Philosophy & Ethics. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for worksheets) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
Hinduism & Christianity - Relationships & Families (17 Lessons)

Hinduism & Christianity - Relationships & Families (17 Lessons)

This collection of 17 lessons is for GCSE Religious Studies teachers who are teaching Christianity & Hinduism. It is for Theme A of the AQA Religious Studies specification: Relationships & Families. It includes 10 lessons about Christian beliefs and 7 lessons about Hindu beliefs. It also includes three bonus resources that I hope will be useful to you. Lesson 1-10 (Christianity) Introduction Central Debates Christian views about Sex, Premarital Sex & Contraception Christian Views about Homosexuality Christian Views about Marriage & Families Christianity, Divorce & Remarriage ICT Suite Lesson Christianity, Gender Roles & Sexism Assessment Lesson Unit Overview (Video-Learning Worksheet Lesson) . Lesson 11-17 (Hinduism) 11) Sexual Ethics 12) Premarital Sex 13) Contraception (1) 14) Contraception (2) 15) Homosexuality 16) Unit Overview (Hinduism) 17) Unit Overview (Hinduism) It includes three bonus resources: -A Personal Learning Checklist for this unit -Learning Mats -Debate Generator (Hinduism) Each lesson is fully resourced and includes a lesson plan, homework, AfL tasks. Most lessons are based around professionally designed A3 worksheets. This download is designed to be everything you need in order to teach this theme and cover Christian & Hindu perspectives. Whilst designed around the AQA specification, it is certainly relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Christianity & Hinduism. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
GCSE Hinduism - Relationships & Families (7 Lessons)

GCSE Hinduism - Relationships & Families (7 Lessons)

This seven lesson unit is for teachers covering Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It covers Theme A: ‘Relationships & Families’ and focuses on Hindu views, beliefs and teachings. It was designed around the GCSE AQA specification, Theme A, and, consequently, covers the three topics listed: • Contraception. • Sexual relationships before marriage. • Homosexual relationships. Each lesson is fully resourced and includes a lesson plan, homework, AfL tasks. Most lessons are based around professionally designed A3 worksheets. Whilst designed for the AQA specification, it is relevant to any GCSE Religious Studies teacher covering Hinduism. You can buy this 7 lesson unit alongside a 10-lesson Christianity Thematic Study Unit in one bundle to save money. The lessons included are outlined as follows: Lesson 1 - Sexual Ethics Lesson 2 - Premarital Sex Lesson 3 - Contraception (1) Lesson 4 - Contraception (2) Lesson 5 - Homosexuality Lesson 6 - Unit Overview Lesson 7 - Unit Overview It also contains three bonus resources: -GCSE Hinduism - Ethical Debate Generator -Learning MATS -A PLC (Personal, Learning Checklist) for this unit [AQA spec] Positive reviews are warmly welcome! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) Contents may differ slightly from those depicted on the cover photo, which are meant to be a fair illustration of the quality and activities contained in the download. System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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BTEC Applied Psychology (2018) - Unit 1 – Psychological Approaches and Applications

BTEC Applied Psychology (2018) - Unit 1 – Psychological Approaches and Applications

BTEC Nationals (Level 3) Applied Psychology (2018) Unit 1 – Psychological Approaches and Applications Full Lessons and Resources for the new course starting Sept 2018 Please note, modules come complete with relevant video clips No textbooks needed Biological Lessons cover the nervous system, neurons, neuronal transmission, endocrine system, fight or flight responses. Full work booklet for the students to work through either during or post learning Revision session (with answers) Three additional booklet resources (biological rhythms; localisation, plasticity and the brain; nervous system and the endocrine system) Cognitive Lessons cover an introduction to memory, SR and STM, LTM, MSM, WMM, explanations for forgetting, War of the Ghosts, cognitive interviews. Full work booklet for the students to work through either during or post learning. Learning (Behavioural) Lessons cover Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning and Social Learning Theory with key thinkers. Social Lessons cover an introduction to Conformity, explanations, Asch’s variations, Zimbardo’s Experiment, Milgram’s Study, Hofling’s Study, Authoritarian Parenting, My Lai Massacre, Independent Behaviours, Exam and Essay Practice, Resisting Social Influence, Rosa Parks and the Suffragettes. Independent Lessons on Social Categorisation (formation and effects of stereotypes); Explanations of prejudice and discrimination, FScale questionnaires, Adorno, Robbers Cave, Sherif’s Study and Levine (2002), Social Identity, Stereotyping and Zimbardo. Full work booklet for the students to work through either during or post learning. SOW included. Prep or Revision 9 lessons consisting of; Psychology as a Science Key Psychological Events Evaluating Conditioning Bandura SLT Cognitive Cognitive – Plenary Biological Comparing Approaches Sell your approach activity Mind Maps and Fact Sheets Biological Cognitive Social Key Approaches (I and II) These would make good posters or great revision resource to hand to the students Original Journals Asch (1956) Bahrick et al. Very LTM Bandura et al. (1963) Bandura Bobo Doll Study Geiselman – Cognitive Interview Loftus and Palmer – EWT Milgram On Being Sane in Insane Places Zimbardo
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Approaches Induction workbook - AQA A-level Psychology

Approaches Induction workbook - AQA A-level Psychology

An induction workbook for new Y12 students to complete over summer as an introduction to the AQA A-level Psychology course. This workbook, based on the latest 2015 specification, provides a brief overview of the origins of Psychology and all of the approaches including the biological, learning, cognitive, psychodynamic and humanistic approaches.
laurenjr
Logical Fallacies and Cognitive Biases Display Pack (Philosophy/Psychology)

Logical Fallacies and Cognitive Biases Display Pack (Philosophy/Psychology)

This display pack is designed to engage students in reflecting on their thinking and argument. The pack includes two displays: Logical fallacies covering a range of 21 examples of irrationality including: Strawman, slippery slope, ad hominum, black or white, appeal to authority, bandwagon, middle ground, begging the question, non-representative sample, moral equivalency, non sequitur, red herring, splitting hairs, non-testable hypothesis, anecdotal support, genetic, post hoc ergo propter hoc, appeal to tradition, appeal to emotion, affirming the consequent and denying the antecedent. Cognitive biases covering a range of 18 reasons why we all fail to be objective including: Anchoring, confirmation bias, declinism, framing, fundamental attribution error, the halo effect, backfire effect, reactance, groupthink, belief bias, availability heuristic, clustering illusion, conservatism bias, blind spot bias, the ostrich effect, zero risk, in-group bias and the Dunning-Kruger effect. All of the displays are styled in a high contrast white on black or black on white (apart from the red herring of course…) They are eye-catching and informative for your students of all ages from Year 7 through to Year 13. Great for an RE, Philosophy or Psychology classroom. Maybe these should be in every classroom - just think about the world we could create! Instructions: Just cut around the shape leaving a small border of white. You could create a board for each or put both together! I’ve uploaded a model of how they look in my classroom.
toddbeamish
Propaganda

Propaganda

Lesson on propaganda. The lesson looks at what propaganda is, different types of propaganda and then students create their own piece of propaganda for a political party. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. This lesson takes around a 1 hour lesson.
Geog2014
AQA A Level Psychology 16m Essay Plans

AQA A Level Psychology 16m Essay Plans

This is all of the 16 mark essay questions that have appeared in the AQA A Level Psychology AS and A2 textbooks, with A01 and A03 clearly described, including complete references to Issues and Debates and Approaches throughout. This is perfect for a student needing essay practice for their revision.
seruzachan
A level Psychology Social Booklet

A level Psychology Social Booklet

This is for A level psychology and is a booklet with information on social psychology. It can be used alongside lessons or independently for revision.
g.enga
Ethics A level Hard Determinism (Psychological perspective)

Ethics A level Hard Determinism (Psychological perspective)

This is for OCR Ethics on Hard Determinism. The 12 slides look at Baruch Spinoza and John Hospers concept on determinsm. It also has a clip from Milgram attached as well exploring whether the partcipants had a choice in their decision. The case of a ‘perfect crime’ is also discussed about Clarence Darrow in 1924 defended two young men, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb on charge of murdering a young boy, Bobby Franks. Additionally, Opernnt and classical conditioning is also explored. Worksheet is included within the presentation.
g.enga
Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

Contraception - Hindu Views (GCSE RS - Hinduism - Relationships & Families) Theme A - L3/7

This fully resourced lesson is for those teaching Hinduism as a comparative religion at GCSE level. It is the third in our seven-lesson Hinduism unit for Theme A: Religion, Relationships & Families and focuses on Hindu views, teachings and beliefs about contraception. It was designed with the AQA Religious Studies specification in mind, but relevant to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Hinduism. We’ve made 10-lesson units covering Christian views for each of the themes, you can now bolster these with 7-lesson add-on units for the comparative religions: in this case Hinduism. Download individual units or all 17 lessons (Christianity & Hinduism) together to save money! Click here to have look! The lesson features starters, learning objectives, key-words, key-information, a colour double-sided A3 worksheet, AfL tasks, discussion and debate tasks and homework. This download includes: -A full lesson PowerPoint -A double-sided colour A3 worksheet [please ignore the broken preview on Tes! It’s beautiful :) ] -A student information A4 sheet (for use with aforementioned A3 worksheet) -A detailed lesson plan -AfL tasks & homework The lesson is centered around a double-sided colour A3 worksheet. All necessary resources to run the lesson are included in this download. All included resources are editable. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! Make sure you have a look at our 20-lesson GCSE Hinduism unit for the ‘Beliefs, Teachings & Practices’ part of the course! The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
godwin86
A* answer AQA A2 Psychology, Relationships, Sexual Selection

A* answer AQA A2 Psychology, Relationships, Sexual Selection

An A star model/exemplar answer for students and teachers to analyse and learn from. (16/16 marks). Question: Discuss the relationship between sexual selection and human reproductive behaviour. From the new A2 AQA Psychology specification for the Relationships topic.
kir_k161
A Level Edexcel Psychology Key Question Summary Table

A Level Edexcel Psychology Key Question Summary Table

Designed for the 8PS0/9PS0 A Level Psychology specification but could be used for other specifications. Key Questions for all the approaches including State, Describe, Explain and Evaluate. Listed below: Social = How can knowledge of social psychology be used to explain and reduce football hooliganism? Cognitive = Are eyewitness testimonies accurate? Biological = What are the implications upon society if aggression is due to nature or not nurture? Learning = Should airline companies offer treatment for fear of flying? Clinical = Should workplaces do more to tackle mental health? Child = What factors should parents consider when deciding about daycare for their child?
An245
AQA Psychology

AQA Psychology

A booklet to accompany the teaching of the social influence unit of AQA psychology. Includes specification checklist for students to monitor progress through the course. Booklet covers key content on studies/theories (Asch, Milgram, Zimbardo etc) as well as having activities for students to complete. They will need the Cardwell and Flanagan (catbook) to complete some tasks (you could photocopy pages from book if you only have one copy). Excellent to use for flipped learning before teaching or revision.
lukelomas