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COMPONENT 1: Human Lifespan Development Learning Aim B
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COMPONENT 1: Human Lifespan Development Learning Aim B

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This booklet is designed to help your students meet the requirements for ‘Component 1: Human Lifespan Development.’ The coursework booklet includes: • Clear instructions • Key terms from the unit specification • Writing frames • Sentence starters • Guidance on how to reference Unit Criteria P3: Explain the impact of life event on the development of two individuals P4: Explain how the two individuals adapted to a life event, using support M2: Compare the ways that two individuals adapted to a life event and the role that support played. D2: Assess how well two individuals adapted to a life event and the role and value of support in this.
Unit 6 - The Impact of Nutrition Coursework Booklet
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Unit 6 - The Impact of Nutrition Coursework Booklet

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This easily adaptable coursework booklet includes: Clear Guidelines and Instructions to ensure your Students achieve a Distinction Scenario which is fit to purpose Writing Frames Key Terms from the Unit Specification Information Sheet
Level 3 BTEC Health and Social Care - Equality, Diversity and Rights  (Unit 2)
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Level 3 BTEC Health and Social Care - Equality, Diversity and Rights (Unit 2)

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Assignment 2: National initiatives and anti-discriminatory practice (P4, P5, M2, M3, D1, D2) P4: Explain how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatory practice P5: Describe how anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in HSC settings. M2: Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiative promoting anti-discrimination M3: Discuss difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice D1: Evaluate the success of a recent initiative in promoting anti-discriminatory practice D2: Justify ways of overcoming difficulties when implementing anti discriminatory practices
Working in Health and Social Care
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Working in Health and Social Care

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Learning Aim A: The roles and responsibilities of people who work in the health and social care sector Learning Aim B: The roles of organisations in the health and social care sector Learning Aim C: Working with people with specific needs in the health and social care sector This unit will help you to understand; What it is like to work in the health and social care sector, the important responsibilities that you need to understand and carry out.
Unit 12 - Creative and Therapeutic Activities in Health and Social Care (P1 and P2)
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Unit 12 - Creative and Therapeutic Activities in Health and Social Care (P1 and P2)

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P1: Describe three creative and therapeutic activities suitable for individuals or groups in two different health and social care setting. P2: Describe the benefits of three creative and therapeutic activities for individuals or groups in two different health and social care setting. This easily adaptable worksheet provides opportunities for students to complete P1 and P2 of their coursework. It includes keywords from the unit specification, scenario which can be adapted to meet the needs of your class and writing frames. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Codes of Practice and Legislation (Level 2: Unit 7)
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Codes of Practice and Legislation (Level 2: Unit 7)

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P2: Describe how codes of practice and legislation promote non-discriminatory practice in health and social care. This package includes: Reading materials/comprehension task - promoting independent learning Engaging PPT Easily adaptable Detailed information
Unit 12 - Creative and Therapeutic Activities (P3 and P4)
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Unit 12 - Creative and Therapeutic Activities (P3 and P4)

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P3: Describe the role of professionals when planning and implementing activities in one health and social care setting. P4: Describe three factors that affect the selection, planning and implementation of creative and therapeutic activities in one health and social care setting. This easily adaptable worksheet provides opportunities for students to complete Unit 12; P3 and P4. It includes clear instructions, key terms from the unit specification and writing frames. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Unit 17 - Learning Aim A - Caring for Individuals with Dementia Coursework Booklet
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Unit 17 - Learning Aim A - Caring for Individuals with Dementia Coursework Booklet

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LEARNING AIM A P1: Explain the causes of three different types of dementia. P2: Explain the symptoms of three different types of dementia. M1: Analyse how the different types of dementia might be identified by their symptoms D1: Evaluate the importance of understanding how different types of dementia can have a progressive effect on all aspects of a person’s health and wellbeing. This coursework booklet includes: Key terms from the unit specification Clear Instructions Writing frames and many more… Ideal for students and staff
Unit 10: Sociological Perspective (Learning Aim C)
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Unit 10: Sociological Perspective (Learning Aim C)

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This coursework guide includes clear instructions, examples, key terms and writing frames to help you and your students with their coursework. P5: Explain how social inequality affects different groups in society. P6: Explain how demographic data is used in service provision in a local health and social care setting. P7: Explain patterns and trends in health and ill health within different social groups. M3: Analyse the impact of social inequality on different groups in society. M4: Analyse the impact of the use of demographic data in a local health and social care setting in enabling the enhancement of service provision for different social groups. D2: Evaluate sociological explanations for patterns and trends of health and ill health in different social groups, and how demographic data is used in service provision in a local health and social care setting to reduce social inequality affecting those groups. D3: Evaluate the importance of the sociological perspectives used in a health and social care setting in relation to understanding society, reducing social inequality and improving service provision for different social groups.
Unit 6 - Unbalanced Diet (P2, M1 and D1)
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Unit 6 - Unbalanced Diet (P2, M1 and D1)

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Learning Objective Describe the effects of an unbalanced diet on the health and wellbeing of individuals, giving examples of their causes. This package includes Engaging PowerPoint A range of video links Differentiated Group Activity Independent Work Ideal for Observation
Level 2: Unit 7 - Equality and Diversity in Health and Social Care
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Level 2: Unit 7 - Equality and Diversity in Health and Social Care

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Learning Objectives To understand the importance of non-discriminatory practice in Health & Social Care This lesson is linked to P1: Describe non-discriminatory and discriminatory practise in health and social care, using examples. It includes engaging PPT which is easy to use and adaptable to meet the needs of your students Key terms from the unit specification Independent work AFL
Unit 17 - (P1) Causes of dementia
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Unit 17 - (P1) Causes of dementia

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**Caring for individuals with dementia ** P1 - To understand the three different types of dementia P2 - To explain the symptons of dementia This lesson includes: Information about different types of dementia Engaging video clips Information sheet Student led activity
Unit 4 - Primary and Secondary Socialisation
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Unit 4 - Primary and Secondary Socialisation

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Lesson Objectives To understand the term primary and secondary socialisation To give examples of primary and secondary socialisation To explain the influence of primary and secondary socialisation This package includes: Engaging PowerPoint Key terms from the unit specification Key information Exemplar of P1 coursework
Unit 7: Observation, assessment and planning
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Unit 7: Observation, assessment and planning

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B Criteria Coursework Booklet B1: Discuss how tracking children’s progress can enhance learning. B2: Explain how working with other professionals, parents and carers supports child-centred planning B3: Evaluate the need for objectivity when observing children. This coursework booklet inlcudes: Key terms and instructions from the unit speicfication writing frame to help less able students Differientiated questions Designed to make it easier for both students and staff to meet the standards for the B criteria
Level 2: Unit 7 - Equality and Diversity (Learning Aim B)
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Level 2: Unit 7 - Equality and Diversity (Learning Aim B)

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Learning Aim B: Explore How Health and Social Care Practices Can Promote Equality and Diversity P3: Describe the different needs of service users in health and social, with reference to examples. P4: Describe how health and social care provision can be adapted to meet the diverse needs of different individuals, with reference to examples. M2: Explain the benefits of adapting health and social care provision to meet the diverse needs of different individuals, with reference to two selected examples D2: Assess the effectiveness of health and social care provision for different individuals with diverse needs, with reference to two selected examples.