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.
Learning Aims (A) and (B)
A.P1: Explain how sociological perspectives are applied in the study of health and social care
A.P2: Explain how sociological perspectives contribute to the understanding of society.
B.P3 Compare the biomedical model of health with an alternative model of health.
B.P4 Explain the contribution of concepts of health, ill health and disability to service provision in a local health and social care setting.
A.M1: Analyse the contribution of sociological perspective to the understanding of health and social care and society.
B.M2: Analyse how the biomedical and an alternative model of health and concepts of health, ill health and disability affect service provision in a local health and social care setting.
AB.D1: Evaluate the role of sociological perspectives in the understanding of society and models of concepts of health in relation to service provision in a local health and social care setting
This booklet is to guide both you and your students through Learning Aim A and B criteria for Unit 10.
I t includes; clear instructions, examples, key terms and writing frames to help you and your students with your coursework.
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
**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
Student led activity
Learning Aim A: Understand the Importance of Non Discriminatory Practice in Health and Social Care
P1: Describe non-discriminatory and discriminatory practise in health and social care, using examples.
P2: Describe how codes of practise and legislation promote non-discriminatory practise in health and social care
M1: Explain the importance of legislation and codes of practise in promoting non-discriminatory practice in health and social care, using examples.
D1: Assess the impact of discriminatory practice for health and social care workers, with reference to selected examples
This guide will help learners produce evidence of how to manage their current studies in health and social care.
P4: Produce evidence of managing own current study in health and social care
P5: Present evidence of learning style preferences and learning objectives for further study in
health and social care.
M3: Devise a personal development plan for future learning and study time.
D2: Evaluate the value of the personal development plan for own learning and management of current study.
Honey and Mumford Learning Style Quiz
Personal Development Plan
Does social inequality exist in contemporary Britain?
What inequalities are experienced between particular social groups?
This package includes:
Linked to P2, M1 and D1
Engaging video clips
Opportunity for Independent studying
Differentiated Group Work
A range of worksheets
Lesson Graded: Outstanding
This easy to follow coursework booklet is designed to guide your students through the PASS criteria for Unit 12 (P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5)
It includes clear instructions, examples, key terms from the unit specification, activity planning sheet and record of activity for assessors.
To describe creative and therapeutic activities suitable for individuals or groups in two different health and social care setting.
This engaging and interactive lesson includes a wide variety of differentiated worksheets. It is ideal for Valentine and/or Easter season as students can engage in Arts and Crafts (card making), Easter word-search and crossword puzzles , crochet making.
This lesson is guaranteed to engage all learners. It also leads to opportunities for learners to reflect on how creative and therapeutic activity benefits their PIES (using key terms from the unit specification) which links too P1 and P2 of their assignment .
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED WHOLE LESSON
Describe the effects of an unbalanced diet on the health and wellbeing of individuals, giving examples of their causes.
This package includes
A range of video links
Differentiated Group Activity
Ideal for Observation
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
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.
This report provides a critical reflection of low-level disruption in education.
It offers a practical, effective and theoretical perspective of dealing with challenging behaviors and promoting a positive learning environment in your classroom.
This is an introductory lesson to Level 3: Unit 20 - Promoting Health Education.
To understand the three different approaches to health education
This resource pack includes:
Engaging Video Clips
Opportunities for Group Discussions and Debates
Key Terms from the Unit Specification
Clear Instructions for P1 assessment criteria
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care
Unit 5: Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs
A: Examine principles, values and skills which underpin meeting the care and support needs of individuals
B: Examine the ethical issues involved when providing care and support to meet individual needs
C: Investigate the principles behind enabling individuals with care and support needs to overcome challenges
D: Investigate the roles of professionals and how they work together to provide the care and support necessary to meet individual needs