Includes 3 powerpoints for all of LA.B content.
Appropriate and factual videos for most areas.
Several real-life scenarios worksheets and activities to complete.
4 PC lesson research projects.
LA.B case studies included and coursework preparation tasks.
Component 1 bundle available LA.A and LA.B
4 Powerpoints with various real-life application and tasks to support learning. Information is tailored towards gender, ethnicity and age which were our chosen social groups for the coursework. Additional sources and references in the notes with relevant pass criteria and specification match-up on every slide.
If local to Addenbrookes Hospital, additional support is included.
An Intro to Sociology
The Biomedical model and 2 alternatives
Concepts of health…
Contemporary links throughout.
LA.C / task 2 guide as it’s subjective to your local setting.
Unit 10 guide - in student friendly language.
Updated for the new 2019 assessment.
4 powerpoints which cover all of LA.A, B3 (ethics) and all of LA.C
Support and guidance for the external assessment.
Links and wider reading in the notes.
Various activities for engaging with contemporary research.
Various links for students to use as research.
U4 MOCK and Essay Structure
Ideal for trainees.
It includes 9 standards, and their sub-standards with specific evidence for each.
Made using several resources, mainly .gov but also provider specific.
As I made this for myself, I have omitted 3d/e (early years specific) but both are easy to add in.
BTEC Level 3 - Health and Social Care - Unit 11 - Learning Aim C (Examine how PP are applied in HSC settings) and B (Examine how PP contribute tot he understanding of management and treatment in HSC)
1 powerpoint which contains all of the content for Learning Aim C. Video links in the notes.
6 powerpoints for learning aim B with notes, videos and worksheets included.
Suitable for the old and new assignment brief (Oct, 2018)
I've used at least 3 AQA approved textbooks to create this powerpoint which goes through AS and A2 Research Methods in a concise and colourful way. Information is clearly displayed in charts, diagrams or imagery. I would use this as a revision tool or introduction to RM.
The specification has been followed.
Includes 22 slides, a large mindmap image, a large comparison table of all experiment types (including self report and observation) and 2 infographics.
Price reflects time and effort involved in creating. Sorry!
This was created for the Edexcel EPQ from scratch, however can easily be adapted for AQA.
EPQ 1 year plan/calendar.
Handbook for students.
‘Role of the Supervisor’ guidance
Taster lesson for Y11 or Y12
Summer transition work.
For all of this, plus the taught lessons go here --> (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/l3-extended-project-qualification-whole-course-11962375)
EPQ / Extended Project whole course.
19 lessons to prepare students to conduct their Project Research including exemplars, concise guidance and activities.
Year calendar for students and supervisors
Handbooks for students
Taster lesson and resources
Structure for EPQ projects.
Originally created for the Edexcel specification but applicable to AQA.
Powerpoint. 20 slides.
Includes everything they need to know for the Social Influence Unit, ideal for revision as each slide nicely summarises each section of the module with colourful graphics, and a clear evaluation is given at the end of each sub-section.
Specification is clear throughout with links to videos and articles to support.
You will need:
A printer, counters and dice.
Included is the game board (A3) 18 Q&A cards and 6 blank Q&A cards (12 per A4)
Cut out the Question cards and stick the answers to the back.
This only covers the topics in Year 1 (Social Influence, Memory, Attachment, Approaches, Psychopathology and Research Methods) but the cards are easy to amend for Year 1/2.
This is a good revision or end of year activity - Get students into teams of your choice. Roll the dice, move your counter and answer the relevant colour question on the cards.
The aim is to collect all the colours before your opponents and finish in the middle.
Initially made for my own students to help with revision - it's not designed to be delivered but for students to use and go through themselves.
49 slides include:
Exam and assessment information.
Various revision techniques for all learning styles.
Various note-taking techniques (hows and whys)
Essay structure (how to understand a mark scheme, how to get an A, how to write strong AO3)
Wider reading (websites, and twitter provided)
How to deal with stress.
How to deal with procrastination.
Includes 13 lessons of all approaches including:
Intro to course
Detailed additional notes and links in the notes section of each slide.