50 mark test paper, covering hypotheses, variables, types of experiments and designs, sampling methods, ethical issues, interviews and observation studies. Answers are included.
Presentation looking at the 4 lobes of the brain, motor, language, sensory, auditory and visual area, looking at location and functions. As well as covering the case study of Gage and Penfield’s study, with YouTube links for both.
A 48 page interactive presentation looking at Baddeley’s encoding study, covering the aim, method, result and conclusion of the study. As well as the option to taking part in the experiment. Along with an explanation of encoding, exploring the different types of encoding. Please note there is no evaluation in this presentation.
As a student I struggled massively with understanding what some exam questions, and of course being dyslexic made that even more difficult. In my lessons I share my experiences very openly with my students, there’s no point keeping my tricks and tips to myself. My students know I LOVE to use colour, posters, spider diagrams, I use had my “psychology bible”. I used this all the way through my Alevels and university studies… Can I find it?! Nope! So I created this, this is filled with command terms, great for understanding those exam questions, it also has ALL the key terms needed, as well as their definitions. This document is filled with AQA Gcse Psychology’s Ofqual’s official list of command words and their meanings as well as specific vocabulary, with definitions. A simple, yet creative design, can be printed (48 pages) or downloaded.
Video presentation of the topics covered in the prosocial effects of GCSE Psychology, covering the murder of Kitty Genovese, Piliavin’s subway study and social and dispositional factors Presentation attached and link to website recording if the videos don’t play.
30 min quiz covering Research methods in psychology, halloween questions and psychology questions, with answers.
Cut out the numbers from 1 to 20. The purple numbers 10 and 20 are the numbers you need to create by adding or subtracting the plain numbers, 1-20 . Fun and interactive way to learn and teach children their number bonds.