Card Match Revision Activity
Column Choice Revsion Activities X 2
Mind-map Activities X 3 with PowerPoint guidance that can be emailed with mind-map for independent revision or delivered
Memory recall test and answers
Revsion discussion cube.
Complete the table Activity
There’s a dice board game, enlarged to A3 to entertain and keep revision going too
Activity about responsibility and accountability to be enlarged to A3, accompanying discussion starter PowerPoint
Exam questions with hints and guidance regarding what to include
Exercises to guide students to complete 10 mark questions and extended writing
In addition there is a homework revision booklet, full of activities for independent study
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There are 60 colourful and engaging question cards covering all aspects of the BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Component 3 spec. The questions are coloured so students know which way up they should go and on the reverse side, is the answers, in black text. This can be an individual activity for a students or pairs and does not require any marking on your part!
The cards will needed printing double sided and cutting out. I used paper and laminated them so I can use them lots of times without wear and tear.
I suggest students write their answers before turning over the reverse side to check it. In pairs, if one student does not know the answer or gets it wrong, hopefully the paired partner can give explain it as a peer and give advice on how they can remember it.
The cards move from easier answers to harder one’s so there is an element of differentiation. They can also be given to a group of more able students to work on independently whilst you spend time with a student who has missed teaching content or is less able as this activity generates no noise! This also helps students identify content they then need to revise.
I stress to my students that this is just testing their ability to recall content, however, a big part of doing well in an exam, is practice writing out exam answers, taking note of the command word and marks allocated… and they must include a conclusion in questions worth 8-10 marks.
There is a good mock exam with model answers for students to get a good idea of the level of detail needed for a Level 2 Distinction https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-tech-award-health-and-social-care-component-3-mrs-green-mock-exam-paper-and-mark-scheme-11984096
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This package consists of a 34 page booklet of activities and revision/exam practice for the new BTEC Unit 2 A1 and A2 part of the spec. There are suggested exam answers to any practice questions within the booklet and it's a Word booklet that can be added to or altered to suit your teaching style. To accompany the delivery of content there are SIX PowerPoints and places to make notes and refer to the BTEC Student text book. It is page numbered for ease of use, engaging and a revision resource for students ahead of their exam. Included in this package is an end of topic exam, to test knowledge recall and exam answer application with an easy to follow mark scheme so it can be used for peer marking and revision activities such as card or column match
The A1 and A2 part of the spec content, covered in this resources package, is as below:-
A1 The roles of people who work in health and social care settings
Understand the roles of people who work in health and social care settings, to include:
• healthcare assistants
• social workers
• occupational therapists
• youth workers
• care managers/assistants
• support workers.
A2 The responsibilities of people who work in health and social care settings
Understand the day-to-day responsibilities of people who work in health and social care settings, to include:
• following policies and procedures in place in the health and social care setting in which they work
• healing and supporting recovery for people who are ill
• enabling rehabilitation
• providing equipment and adaptations to support people to be more independent
• providing personal care, to include washing, feeding, toileting
• supporting routines of service users, to include day-to-day family life, education,
employment, leisure activities
• assessment and care and support planning, involving service users and their families.
There is an A3 revision mind map and PowerPoint as to how to complete it too.
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A 19 page Word booklet, which can be added to and altered to suit your teaching style. There are Five PowerPoints to aid delivery with space for student notes, video's, activities to engage and exam practice questions covering the content below for B1 and B2. The suggested exam answers are included with an indication as to how students achieve the individual marks. There is also a separate card match activity and embedded videos in the presentations
Learning Aim B
The roles of organisations in the health and social care sector
B1 The roles of organisations in providing health and social care services
• Ways services are provided by:
the public sector:
– NHS Foundation Trusts, to include hospitals, mental health services and community
– adult social care
– children’s services
– GP practices
the voluntary sector
the private sector.
• Settings where health and social care services are provided to meet different needs, to include:
day care units
B2 Issues that affect access to services
• Eligibility criteria.
• Barriers to access, to include specific needs, individual preferences, financial, geographical, social, psychological, language.
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A 40 page Word booklet you can add to or alter to suit your teaching style, making students responsible for printing it off and being organised for revision purposes so they have work to refer to. There are seven accompanying PowerPoints and lots of activities and exam practice, making delivery and engagement interesting.
The content covers the Unit 2 Working in HSC A3 spec, as below:-
Applying care values and principles.
• Promoting anti-discriminatory practice by:
• Empowering individuals, to include:
• Ensuring safety – how people who work in health and social care ensure safety for individuals and staff
• Information management and communication – ways of promoting effective communication and ensuring confidentiality
• Being accountable to professional bodies – how employees are accountable to professional bodies.
In addition, there is an end of topic mock exam worth 80 marks with an easy-to-use mark scheme which will allow for peer marking. A revision mind-map and guidance also included
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A PowerPoint which introduces the seven care values listed in the BTEC Tech Award, Component 2 Learning Aim B, linking this to the role play assessment later on. It has a detailed look at what empowerment is, how this can be achieved and why as well as the importance of recognising individuality and independence.
A 2nd PowerPoint detailing the care values; Maintaining confidentiality- how and why, Safeguarding - how and why and finally Anti-discriminatory Practices how and why. There are discussion points and activities included with animation to keep students engaged.
The 3rd PowerPoint covering the last 3 CV's is about communication skills and barriers, what is dignity and how to preserve dignity as well as respect and how this can be maintained in practice. There are few embedded videos to break up the PP and slides which require student participation and contributions
There are activities for student to 'apply' the care values in relation to their individual role plays and a worksheet to help with guiding the review process, which you could use as a writing frame
Finally, there is a PowerPoint that outlines the assessment criteria for the practical observed assessment part of Section B and how you evaluate after this. A template for cue cards can be printed on card, back-to-back for students to complete in preparation for the exam they will sit for Component 3. The knowledge learned in Component 1 and 2 can be tested in the Component 3 exam.
There is guidance for the two role plays and information for students about how they will be assessed and a witness statement which can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching.
Included is a basic wall display for the care values too. I hope you find this useful :-)
Also included is a 1 hour exam, worth 40 marks, for students to sit in the style of the Component 3 exam. This has an easy to mark, mark scheme which allows for peer marking, if necessary
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A collection of PowerPoints, activities and homework tasks covering part of the Level 1/2 BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care, Learning Aim A. This can be added to or altered to suit your style of teaching and saves you some valuable time. There are case studies from the Pearson's Assignment 1 so it's relevant and activities which are creative and engaging, like card match activities to use, as a starters or for students to self discover and have something they can then write up about. There are also video's to change your method of delivery and a range of activities to stimulate the most disengaged student.
And for schools that require progress tests or exams (for this course work unit) there is also a mind-map for areas of revision, so students have a clear picture of the content, blown up into A3 gives them areas to make their revision notes with PowerPoint guidance of completing it
Finally, included in this package is a curriculum mapping Scheme of Work
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A 41 page booklet, 2 PowerPoints and a range of activities, spaces for notes and discussion points that cover the new BTEC L3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care Learning Aim A. It starts with an introduction on what students can expect for this unit, it's assessment and the BTEC rules and moves on through the content for A1 and A2, with some reference to the text book. You can add to and adapt this Microsoft Word booklet to suit your own teaching style and your students will have their own completed booklet, from which to revise from.
The booklet refers to two reports in my local area but these will also be available in your own area so you can adapt this, if you wish, to make it more relevant to your students. These are...
Mental Illness Needs Assessment in Lincolnshire Report – August 2016 http://www.research-lincs.org.uk/UI/Documents/Mental_Health_Needs_Assessment_2016.pdf
Lincolnshire Sexual Health Needs Assessment Report – 2014/2015 http://www.research-lincs.org.uk/UI/Documents/sexual-health-hna-20142015.pdf
Spec covered in this booklet is, as below:-
A1 Purpose of research in the health and social care sector
• The purpose of research – to improve outcomes for people using services, informing policy and practice, extending knowledge and understanding, identifying gaps in provision.
• Examples of research that have led to an improvement in practice and policy, e.g. changes in treatment of health conditions, changes in practice in providing care and support.
• Health conditions, e.g. how effective certain types of treatment are, health trends in certain areas or among certain age groups and why this should be the case strategies for avoiding certain health conditions and the success of these strategies.
• Lifestyle factors, e.g. prevalence in certain age groups, how far lifestyle factors contribute to health and social care needs, the effect on demand for services, what can be done to mitigate factors.
• Social care and welfare needs, e.g. practice in providing care and support to individuals with specific needs, the success of these practices in promoting individuals’ independence and well-being, services provided to individuals with specific needs and the effect of these services on individuals’ well-being.
There is a step-by-step-walk-through of the May 2018 Part A and B also on TES https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-health-and-social-care-unit-4-current-research-resources-for-examining-may-2018-asthma-12096013
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An 11 page booklet with activities, exam practice questions and places for students notes. In addition, there are two PowerPoints with embedded videos.
This resource package covers the BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 2 Working in Health and Social Care A4 and A5 section of the spec, as below:-
A4 Multidisciplinary working in the health and social care sector
Partnership working, to include:
• the need for joined-up working with other service providers
• ways service users, carers and advocates are involved in planning, decision-making and support with other service providers
• holistic approaches.
A5 Monitoring the work of people in health and social care settings
How the work of people in health and social care settings is monitored, to include:
• line management
• external inspection by relevant agencies
• service user feedback
• criminal investigations.
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An 18 page booklet for students to make notes and carry out activities they can then look back on for revision purpose. Its a word document so can be added to or altered to suit your teaching style. There are two accompanying PowerPoints with embedded video’s for a more interesting learning experience.
This resource package covers both the C1 and C2 section of the spec of the Unit 2 Working in Health and Social Care. (Exam papers to follow.)
C1 People with specific needs
• Ill health, both physical and mental.
• Learning disabilities.
• Physical and sensory disabilities.
• Age categories to include:
o early years
o later adulthood.
C2 Working practices, working with special needs
• Relevant skills required to work in these areas.
• How policies and procedures affect people working in these areas.
• How regulation affects people working in these areas.
• How working practices affect people who use services in these areas.
• Recent examples of how poor working practices have been identified and addressed.
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Booklet, 17 pages with interactive activities and discussion starters to cover the spec for Unit 2 Working in Health and Social Care B3, B4 and B5 .
QUITE A BIT OF THE SPEC (specifically B5) HAS ALREADY BEEN COVERED, IN THE DETAIL IN PREVIOUS BOOKLET SO THERE IS JUST AN OVERVIEW AND REVISIT, IN THIS BOOKLET…
Some exercises require internet access for research. There’s some reference to a text book but there is a photo of the page referred to in case you don’t have access to them.
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This is a package for teaching the Unit 5 A1, A2 and A3 part of the spec. It consists of a Microsoft Word 32 booklet which you can add and alter to suit your teaching style. Students can make notes, complete research task and activities and have all these together as reference for when they write up their course work. There are 9 PowerPoints to ensure interactive interesting teaching and embedded videos to bring reality into the classroom too. This booklet refers to the case studies update from November 2018.
This resources covers the below areas:-
A1 Promoting equality, diversity and preventing discrimination
• Definition of equality, diversity and discrimination.
• Importance of preventing discrimination.
• Initiatives aimed at preventing discrimination in care, e.g. the use of advocacy services.
A2 Skills and personal attributes required for developing relationships with individuals
• the 6Cs – care, compassion, competence, communication, courage and commitment
• people skills – empathy, patience, engendering trust, flexibility, sense of humour, negotiating skills, honesty and problem-solving skills
• communication skills – communicating with service users, colleagues and other professionals, e.g. active listening and responding, using appropriate tone of voice and language, clarifying, questioning, responding to difficult situations
• observation skills, e.g. observing changes in an individual’s condition, monitoring children’s development
• dealing with difficult situations
A3 Empathy and establishing trust with individuals
Learners require an overview of the different theories of empathy and the various methods of establishing positive relationships with individuals in their care.
• Attachment and emotional resilience theory to include the effect of secure attachments and support on emerging autonomy and resilience.
• The triangle of care.
• Empathy theories e.g. Johannes Volkelt, Robert Vischer, Martin Hoffman and Max Scheler
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A 21 page booklet covering the content of the BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 5 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs content for Learning AIm B; B1 and B2. It is a word document which can be added to or altered to suit your teaching style. The booklet helps students to be organised with their notes and keep information together and has been updated to reflect the new case studies from Pearson’s November 2018.
There are SIX PowerPoints to aid your delivery and areas for students to make notes, complete activities and sign posting about the assignment assessment criteria.
Powerpoints on Ethical theories and application, Managing conflict, Conflict of Interest, The Care Act, Equality Act and the Mental Capacity Act. Some of these have approriate videos embedded within and are designed to be engaging and interesting.
The spec content covered with this package is…
B1 Ethical issues and approaches
• Ethical theories to include consequentialism, deontology, principlism and virtue ethics.
• Managing conflict with service users, carers and/or families, colleagues.
• Managing conflict of interests.
• Balancing services and resources.
• Minimising risk but promoting individual choice and independence for those with care needs and the professionals caring for them.
• Sharing information and managing confidentiality.
B2 Legislation and guidance on conflicts of interest, balancing resources and minimising risk
• Organisations, legislation and guidance that influence or advise on ethical issues. All legislation and guidance must be current and applicable to England
• Organisations, e.g. National Health Service (NHS), Department of Health (DH), National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE), Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
• Legislation, e.g. Mental Health Act 2007, Human Rights Act 1998, Mental Capacity Act 2005, National Health Service Act 2006 Section 140, Equality Act 2010, Care Act 2014.
• Guidance, e.g.:
• the DH Decision Support Tool
• Five Step Framework
• NICE and NHS guidance on Care Pathways and Care Plans
• Managing Conflicts of Interest: Guidance for Clinical Commissioning Groups
• HSE guidance on risk assessments.
• How this guidance may be counterbalanced by other factors, e.g. religion, personal choice, government policies.
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Nineteen page booklet for student to work through, make notes and apply information to Assignment 2 case studies covering the whole of the BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 5 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs Learning Aim D spec. The booklet reflects the changes in case studies by Pearson’s in November 2018.
There are 4 PowerPoints to aid delivery and application.
Learning Aim D spec, covered, as below…
Card Match Target and Image activity, as a starter to the topic of short and long term health targets.
Then a 17 slide presentation to check answers and step-by-step which has class discussion prompts to get students warmed up and thinking about health improvements targets for alcohol, smoking, exercise, quality sleep and losing weight.
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This is a complete package that has a booklet and week by week programme for Unit one as well as an engaging 18 page booklet covering the A1 part of the spec, which you can add to or alter, getting students to print it off in advance of the lessons.
There are 8 PowerPoints included covering all sections in more detail and having embedded videos and corresponding activities in the booklet to complete either as a classroom activity or a homework task. There are also relevant exam questions from past papers to get them in the swing. This booklet took two whole days to put together so it is guaranteed to save you time and enable you to mould resources to your own teaching style. There is also an mock exam paper for A1 and mark scheme to check progress too.
Growth and development are different concepts:
principles of growth – growth is variable across different parts of the body and is measured using height, weight and dimensions
principles of development – development follows an orderly sequence and is the acquisition of skills and abilities.
In infancy (0–2 years), the individual develops gross and fine motor skills:
• the development of gross motor skills
• the development of fine motor skills
• milestones set for the development of the infant – sitting up, standing, cruising, walking.
In early childhood (3–8 years), the individual further develops gross and fine motor skills:
riding a tricycle, running forwards and backwards, walking on a line, hopping on one foot, hops, skips and jumps confidently
turns pages of a book, buttons and unbuttons clothing, writes own name, joins up writing.
In adolescence (9–18 years), the changes surrounding puberty:
• development of primary and secondary sexual characteristics
• the role of hormones in sexual maturity.
In early adulthood (19–45 years), the individual reaches physical maturity:
physical strength peaks, pregnancy and lactation occur
perimenopause – oestrogen levels decrease, causing the ovaries to stop producing an egg each month. The reduction in oestrogen causes physical and emotional symptoms, to include hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido and vaginal dryness.
In middle adulthood (46–65 years), the female enters menopause:
• causes and effects of female menopause and the role of hormones in this o effects of the ageing process in middle adulthood.
In later adulthood (65+ years), there are many effects of ageing:
health and intellectual abilities can deteriorate
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A resource package, 20 page booklet for students notes, activities and exam practice which can be added to or altered to meet your teaching style. There are SIX accompanying engaging and interactive PowerPoints with video clips covering the complete content for C2 The Psychological Changes of aging and C3. The Societal Effects of an Aging Population, as below:- In addition there is an 80 mark mock exam paper for Learning Aim C with an easy to use mark scheme, which caters for peer markingwell, cutting down on time.
C2 The psychological changes of ageing
• Effects on confidence and self-esteem.
• Effects of social change: role changes, Loss of a partner, loss of friends, increase in leisure time.
• Financial concerns.
• Effects of culture religion and beliefs.
• Social disengagement theory.
• Activity theory.
C3 The societal effects of an ageing population
• Health and social care provision for the aged.
• Economic effects of an ageing population.
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This is a complete resource package, which consists of a 16 page, interactive student booklet for the BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 3 Anatomy and Physiology; B1 Homeostasis Mechanisms and B10 The Renal system and dysfunctions. You can add and alter it to suit your style of teaching. There is even a September 2019- Jan exam 2020 programme of work and an end of topic exam paper and mark scheme to test progress to complete the package.
Along with this, is the TEN engaging PowerPoints and additional work sheet tasks and activities that go with it, such as a card match activity.
PowerPoints are well designed and have embedded videos in them, with booklet pages for students to make notes and example of possible exam questions that may be asked, to get them thinking and applying new knowledge.
The complete B1 and B10 part of the spec has been covered, in detail, see below:-
B1 Homeostatic mechanisms
• Definition of homeostasis.
• Internal environment.
• The concept of negative feedback as a regulatory mechanism.
• Body temperature – production of heat by the body, loss of heat by the body, roles of hypothalamus and autonomic nervous system (role of arterioles and sweat glands), effects of shivering, implications of surface area to volume ratios, fever.
• Blood glucose levels – roles of pancreas, liver, insulin, glucagon.
• Fluid balance – water intake/output/loss, role of kidneys and renal system.
• Failure of homeostatic mechanisms – hypothermia, dehydration.
B10 Structure, function and disorders of the renal system
• Kidneys – filtering toxins from the blood, regulating water and salt balance and pH.
• Ureters – carrying urine form the kidney to the bladder.
• Bladder – storage or urine.
• Urethra – carrying urine from the bladder to the outside world.
• Disorders of the renal system
• urinary tract infections (UTIs)
• renal failure
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This is a good guide for teachers delivering and marking the BTEC Tech Award in Health & Social Care, Component 2 Assignment 1 and 2. There is the Pearson’s essential information about content for each grade with comments as well as guidance about the evidence of marking each but, which should please your External Standard Verifier and prevent being blocked!
There are witness statements for the practical element, which allows for feedback, which students need to refer to in their Assignment 2.
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This presentation gives pupils an overview and a discussion start for each of the primary care providers identified in the text book. At the end, pupils have been set a homework research task but you can adapt/delete, as you feel necessary.
There is guidance about marking Assignment 1 also free on TES using this link
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