I am very proud of this booklet!
It is everything you need really for the topic. There are a range of activities all labeled by assessment objective. There are exam questions and mark schemes at every subsection.
This has been updated from my previous versions.
This is a revision assembly providing insight into memory and how the brain works. This should encourage students to prioritise important aspects of their courses and use effective strategies.
This is suitable for year 10 to year 13 students.
This booklet contains a series of engaging application tasks focused around the approaches section. This is a nice little taster that should provide your new students with some insight into the foundations and make for some interesting discussion points at the beginning of the first term.
This folder contains 5 lessons designed to embed exam skills and lead to a real understanding of exam requirements.
Students will learn where the marks come from and how to structure answers based on the different assessment objectives.
Each session has a different focus and the final session is an assessment based on the paper used throughout.
These lessons were designed and created by an experienced subject leader and examiner
This folder contains all the resources needed to teach the Memory topic.
It includes whole lesson PowerPoints (creatively designed with animations and video links) for the topic, assessment, learning checklist and a student work-booklet to complement.
These have been designed by an experienced subject leader and examiner.
This pack contains creatively designed PowerPoint led lessons which include animations and videos, a student work-booklet, assessment, learning checklist and a practical lesson.
These resources have been designed by an experienced subject leader and examiner.
This booklet contains activities/worksheets covering the social approach topic. The booklet covers all studies in detail, theories and research methods and can be used as a revision booklet or during lesson time in place of worksheets.
My AS students have found these booklets invaluable.
This resource is really useful for tracking both formative and summative assessment, giving the student and teacher a clearer picture of progress overtime. This tracker is for the full A level split by page for each paper. Formative (sub-topical tests) are usually in the form of singular exam questions sat in exam conditions and then peer/self assessed (I recommend colour coding R/A/G for a nice visual of progress).
This has been designed to encouraged students to take ownership of their learning and reflect on their own areas for development. The first page is to be completed by the teacher and parents. The second page is for the students own reflections.
This is a folder containing all resources to teach the first topic.
Each lesson has a PowerPoint that is designed with animations and imagery.
There is and end of topic assessment included.
And a student workbook to compliment the lessons.
These are high quality materials/resources created by an experienced subject leader and examiner.
This pack includes all resources required to teach the Attachment topic and the Learning approach.
The pack contains full lessons creatively designed using PowerPoint with animations and video links,; assessments and mark schemes; a student work-booklet; a practical lesson and a learning checklist.
In addition there are some lessons on research methods and the learning approach included.
These resources were created by an experienced subject leader and examiner.
This pack contains presentations and lesson activities for the option topic of gender.
Also included are an assessment paper (with Mark scheme) and student learning checklist. All resources have been designed and created by an experienced subject leader and examiner.
Struggling to think up assessments with the new specification?
I have created a large selection of assessments, some are full papers, some are MCQ, some short answer, and some topical tests. These should save you a lot of time and are a mix of old and new (relevant to the current spec) and are complete with mark schemes.