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Welcome to my shop! I teach a range of subjects and here you find access to all the lovely resources that I use in my lessons. I use a range of work booklets, activity sheets, cards sorts and presentations.

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Welcome to my shop! I teach a range of subjects and here you find access to all the lovely resources that I use in my lessons. I use a range of work booklets, activity sheets, cards sorts and presentations.
Health&Social Care: Unit 14 Physiological Disorders-Bundle
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Health&Social Care: Unit 14 Physiological Disorders-Bundle

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Within this bundle you will find all the lessons and work booklets for both teacher and student to complete the full unit. Once the students have completed the booklets, this will give them a framework to help them start writing their assignments independently. This bundle pack contains all of the Pass, Merit and Distinction criteria....and therefore saves on lots of planning! Enjoy!
Contract Law- A Level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Introduction to Contract Law
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Contract Law- A Level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Introduction to Contract Law

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These resources are aimed at A-Level law students. The attached files include an introduction lesson to cases and contract law with a work booklet for students. I have also included a key terms sheet for homework and a topic over view so that students can tick off each topic as the lessons progress.
Contract Law-A-level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Consideration -Lesson & Activities
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Contract Law-A-level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Consideration -Lesson & Activities

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The resources are aimed at A Level Law students studying Contract Law and cover material needed for “Consideration”. There are 3 lessons with activities, homework and lots of case law. I have also attached some revision notes on Consideration that students can take home, highlight and even use as help sheets for practice exam questions.
Health&Social Care(New Spec): Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs-Bundle
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Health&Social Care(New Spec): Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs-Bundle

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Level 3 BTEC Within this bundle you find resources for all the assessment criteria from P1-P8 along with the merit and distinction tasks. Each task contains a variety of worksheets and power point presentations including: help sheets/lessons/activities/case studies/information/missing words etc. All of these resources have been created to help students prepare their own independent coursework assessments. My own students have thoroughly enjoyed this unit of work as it has allowed them to share their own experiences as well as learn something new for their own studies in health and social care. Enjoy!
Contract Law-A-level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Misrepresentation -Lesson & Notes
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Contract Law-A-level (OCR NEW SPEC)- Misrepresentation -Lesson & Notes

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The resources are aimed at A Level Law students studying Contract Law and cover material needed for “Misrepresentation”. There are 2 lessons which cover the key aspects of misrepresentation along with the important cases in Contract Law. I have also attached some key notes on economic duress and a quick revision sheet to help break down tricky areas in misrepresentation. The OCR website also has a sample model question and answer which works nicely with this lesson.
Health & Social Care (New Spec) Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs P3 M3 Lesson & Activities
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Health & Social Care (New Spec) Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs P3 M3 Lesson & Activities

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These resources contain: lesson power point/activity sheet/theories template for teachers to cover the material needed for the P3 M3 assignment. Assessment Criteria: P3 Explain how to incorporate (include) ethical principles into the provision of support for individuals with different needs. M3 Analyse how an ethical approach to providing support would benefit specific individuals with different needs
Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.1 Campaigns
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Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.1 Campaigns

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 2: Understand how campaigns are used to elicit change  AC2.1: Compare campaigns for change The exam board expect students to compare a minimum of at least 5 campaigns for change. Here I have covered 4 campaigns for change which act as good models to set students up with their own research. There is an activity sheet (I printed this out in poster format so that students could fill it in as we went through the campaigns in lesson) that details how to tackle each campaign. It is important to note that students must break down each campaign by discussing: What it was about/what started it The purpose of the campaign Whether or not it was successful What other campaigns it can be linked to
Health&Social Care (New Spec)Unit 5- (P4&P5)Meeting Individual Needs-Lessons & Help Sheet
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Health&Social Care (New Spec)Unit 5- (P4&P5)Meeting Individual Needs-Lessons & Help Sheet

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The attached resources are aimed at Level 3 BTEC Health and Social Care students. The lessons contain information and engaging activities that allow students to learn the subject material as well as preparing them for their coursework assignment. I have also included a "help sheet" that my students found very useful as it helped them to break down the assignment criteria.
Taster Session/Induction in Health and Social Care- Lesson and worksheets (Care Values)
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Taster Session/Induction in Health and Social Care- Lesson and worksheets (Care Values)

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These resources contain a lesson power point and activity work sheets. This lesson serves as an induction for students who are thinking about (or have already chosen) BTEC Health and Social Care. It gives students a taste of how lessons are broken down into pass, merit and distinction criteria. This lesson would be either an ideal 'induction lesson' or a 'first lesson introduction' in September for new starters. This is why I have chosen the 'Care Values' topic as this is a core basis for anyone who wants to learn more about Health and Social Care.
Health&Social Care (New Spec)-Unit 14-Physiological Disorders-P5 P6 P7 M4 D3-Lesson&Template
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Health&Social Care (New Spec)-Unit 14-Physiological Disorders-P5 P6 P7 M4 D3-Lesson&Template

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These resources are aimed at Level 3 students who study Health and Social Care. This particular assignment builds on the existing knowledge that students will have from previous lessons (see my other lessons on Tes). I have provided an exact breakdown of what needs to go in Assignment 4. My lesson here is more of an action plan to help students put together a treatment plan for their patient. This assignment is very in-depth so my lesson resources gives them a template and case studies to help them get started. In my lesson we chose one of the provided case studies and ran through the booklet together.
WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime AC1.2
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WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime AC1.2

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria 1.2: Explain the reasons that certain crimes are not reported The lessons includes the following LO: Identify reasons why certain crimes go unreported (E-C) Grade) Explain the reasons for unreported crimes using some examples (C-B Grade) Describe clearly the reasons why a range of crimes go unreported, using relevant examples and key words (B-A Grade) Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation and a student activity booklet. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. The student booklets include activities such as: thought cloud/witchcraft article and activity/mind map/key terms research I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime: AC1.1
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WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime: AC1.1

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria 1.1: Exemplify Different Types of Crime Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation , student activity booklet, case examples, peer marking worksheet and homeworks. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. These resources cover the introduction learning for Unit 1, LO 1: Changing Awareness of Crime, Assessment Criteria 1.1. I have also included a general course introduction lesson to get you started. The student booklets include activities such as: research activities/ thought clouds/a case study/stretch and challenge differentiation and more. I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime AC1.3 Lesson &Booklet
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WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime AC1.3 Lesson &Booklet

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria 1.3: Explain the consequences of unreported crime The lessons includes the following LO: Identify the consequences of unreported crime (E-C) Grade) Explain the consequences of unreported crime using some examples (C-B Grade) Describe clearly the consequences and the effect that unreported crime has on both the individual and society, using examples (B-A Grade) Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation and a student activity booklet. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. The student booklet includes: A dark figure of crime triangle to complete/case studies/ripple effect diagram to fill in with ideas/broken window theory exercise and much more. I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3(New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.5 Lesson&Booklet
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WJEC/Eduqas Criminology Level 3(New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.5 Lesson&Booklet

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria: AC1.5 Explain the impact of media representation on public perception of crime Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The lessons includes the following LO: Identify the key impact of media representations on the public perception of crime (using basic key words) [E-C] Explain the impact of media representation on the public perceptions of crime (key words and explaining it with full paragraphs) [C-B] Describe, clearly and with detail, the impact of a range of media representations on the public perception of crime (key words, full paragraphs and examples) [B-A] The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation and a student activity booklet. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
Contract Law-A Level Law (OCR NEW SPEC)- The Agreement (offer&acceptance) -Lesson & Activities
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Contract Law-A Level Law (OCR NEW SPEC)- The Agreement (offer&acceptance) -Lesson & Activities

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The resources attached are for A Level Law students studying Contract Law. These resources cover all the cases and materials needed for The Agreement (Offer&Acceptance) part of the topic. Lessons include the relevant cases need for this area. I have also written up revision notes for students to take home and read and highlight after the lesson. These notes can also be used during lesson time to help them with their scenarios/exam questions. Activities include scenarios where students can test their knowledge of what they have learned.