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A level Psychology 16 marks structure
MrsKahlonMrsKahlon

A level Psychology 16 marks structure

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This document can be really useful for A Level students studying Psychology. This will guide students to split their essays into A01 and A03 and write in PEEL paragraphs. Evaluation can be done through evaluating individual theories or studies.
Interviews
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Interviews

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Differentiated worksheet ,activities and SMSC links included in this pack. This lesson can be used to teach research methods interviews for Psychology and Sociology.
Sex and gender
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Sex and gender

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This lesson can be used for GCSE psychology as an introductory lesson for sex and gender topic.
Observation research methods
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Observation research methods

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This lesson can be used for GCSE/A Level research methods topic: observation for Sociology and Psychology. There are explicit links to PEE paragraphs and SMSC. There are model answers to support weaker students.
Sampling methods
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Sampling methods

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This lesson includes worksheets for MA, LA and HA. this helps students enhance their understanding of sociological sampling methods.
Research methods
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Research methods

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This bundle contains lessons on interview and observation along with acronyms revision sheet.
BTEC Level 2 Tech Award (NEW SPEC)-unit 1
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BTEC Level 2 Tech Award (NEW SPEC)-unit 1

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This bundle contains first SIX lessons on unit 1 human lifespan development for the new Health and Social care specification. There are wide range of activities with varying difficulty levels.
Social loafing
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Social loafing

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This lesson can be used for GCSE Psychology. Worksheets have been created for lower and higher ability students.
Revision for GCSE Psychology and A level Psychology
MrsKahlonMrsKahlon

Revision for GCSE Psychology and A level Psychology

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These resources can be used for A Level students who struggle to structure their 16 marks essays. Acronyms are a great way to remember tricky research methods terms. Moreover, you will benefit from using peer and self assessment criteria worksheet for students presentations.
Peer and Self assessment criteria
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Peer and Self assessment criteria

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This resource can be used for self and peer assessment by students in sociology and psychology. It can be adapted to suit the needs of other subjects. Assessment criteria is split into student contribution, effort and subject knowledge.
How did the world begin?
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How did the world begin?

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FAntastic resource for KS3 RE on the creation story. Includes Adam and Eve story, SMSC link to morals and comparison between Christian and Muslim Creation story.