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Teaching and learning resources for BTEC Heath and Social Care. Teaching and learning resources for One Award Access to Psychology.

Teaching and learning resources for BTEC Heath and Social Care. Teaching and learning resources for One Award Access to Psychology.
Practical Skills Collection - Blood Pressure; Bed Bathing; Bed Making
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Practical Skills Collection - Blood Pressure; Bed Bathing; Bed Making

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Basic Skills - Care Worker Practical hints and tips, with guidance from current nursing practice for learners to link theory to their health and social care practice. Lots of opportunities for practical demonstration. PowerPoint presentations all with clickable links. The contents page takes you straight to the section you are interested in, once in slideshow mode. Presentation 1 - Blood Pressure Awareness including procedures for measuring blood pressure and interactive activity to listen and record blood pressure readings. Presentation 2 - Giving a Bed Bath including procedures for providing an bed bath with practical advice of observations to make during this activity. Presentation 3 - Bed Making including procedures for bed making with real examples of different methods of bed making. Word Documents (Handouts and further activities for consolidation) 4 handouts 2 case studies 2 additional activities 2 Assessor Observation Sheet Templates Check out my other health and social care resources.
Study Skills Collection for Academic Writing
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Study Skills Collection for Academic Writing

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PowerPoint presentations with activities to assist teachers, lecturers and trainers with the delivery of study and assignment skills to learners (for example tutorials). Generic resources that are also suitable for learners to use independently. Please scroll down the description to see all included. You will need Microsoft Office PowerPoint on your computer or laptop to access these training resources. All presentation resources include hyperlinks for easier navigation when in slide show and are ready to go (easy to adapt for your own means) Don’t forget to check out my other resources. You can also save them for later so that you can find this item again in the future. Please follow me as a favourite seller to visit all my listings again at any time and to keep up to date with my latest resource releases. Study Skills 1 - Writing an Essay (39 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Starting Your Essay Collating Information Structuring Your Essay Editing and Proofreading Learning From Feedback Knowledge Check Reference List Study Skills 2 - Writing for Academic Purposes (30 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Introduction Structure of Words Avoiding Informal Language Knowledge Check Reference List Study Skills 3 - How to Avoid Plagiarism in your Academic Work (27 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Plagiarism Researching Writing Your Notes Using My Own Ideas? Knowledge Check Reference List Study Skills 4 - Reflection, Learning and Development (34 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Introduction What Is Reflection? How do I Reflect? Models of Reflection Barriers To Reflection Skills and Qualities How to Start Strategies for Reflection Reference List Study Skills 5 - Assignments- Developing an Argument in Academic Writing (25 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Introduction Example Questions Why Develop an Argument How to Develop an Argument Your Argument Appropriate Language Knowledge Check Reference List Study Skills 6 – Understanding Your Assignment Brief (36 slides) – Including both section and page titles: Objectives Contents Home Page Introduction The Assignment Brief Components Of An Assignment Question Types Of Question Knowledge Check Reference List
Managing Challenging Behaviour in Education Settings
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Managing Challenging Behaviour in Education Settings

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A useful resource offering teachers, both new and experienced, tips and tricks for managing the more common classroom disruptions. Linking theory to practice throughout, the presentation provides a wealth of ideas and strategies to try - remember that what works for one might not work for another student. The training resources incorporates qr codes where you can access further interactive parts to develop your knowledge and understanding further, linking theory to practice. The training resource covers the following: Behaviour - Examples of disruptive behaviour, giving reasons why students might misbehave. In practice - Creating a positive learning environment and proactive responses for common classroom problems. Here you will find advice for managing the following behaviours: *Defiance *Background chatter *Abusive Language *Refusal to work *Disrespect *The class clown *Interrupting *The use of mobile phones *Arriving late to class *Attention seeking noises How to implement changes to your own practice and much more. I hope you enjoy the resource. It would be great if you could provide some feedback too.