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

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Welcome to my shop! I teach a range of subjects and here you can find access to all the lovely resources that I use in my lessons. I use a range of work booklets, activity sheets, case studies and presentations.
Health & Social Care Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs Lesson Power Point on P1 M1 D1
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Health & Social Care Unit 5 Meeting Individual Needs Lesson Power Point on P1 M1 D1

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The lesson is aimed at Level 3 Health and Social Care Students (new spec). The power point contains learning outcomes, notes for students, activities, case studies and a break down of the assignment task. P1 Explain the importance of promoting equality and diversity for individuals with different needs. M1 Analyse the impact of preventing discrimination for individuals with different needs. D1 Evaluate the success of promoting anti-discriminatory practice for specific individuals with different needs.
Criminology (New Spec) UNIT 3 Crime Scene to Court Room WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Criminology (New Spec) UNIT 3 Crime Scene to Court Room WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Unit 3 Crime Scene to Courtroom (the controlled assessment) of the Level 3 course. The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). Each lesson contains a power point and booklet for students to write in. I personally, use the booklets to keep track and ensure that students are doing what they should be. As you can’t mark student work until the end of the controlled assessment period- this really has helped me to track student progress. I get students to hand in their booklets after I have finished teaching each assignment criteria. This ensures that they are doing their independent research outside of lesson. I have based these resources/lessons on the Gareth Hughes Assignment Brief (all the exam material provided by the exam board is FREE on the Eduqas website). I have made links to this assignment brief throughout as practice so that students then know how to apply each section when they are doing the formal controlled assessment (with a brief that they haven’t yet seen). The resources provide you with booklets, answer plans, activities and much more to teach the whole of Unit 3 with. If you are teaching this for half the year, this provides you with effectively 6 months of teaching resources and it works out cheaper to buy the bundle rather than paying for each lesson individually. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4 if you are unsure about anything. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 - Campaign for Change Lesson Resources
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Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 - Campaign for Change Lesson Resources

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Attached are a variety of teaching resources that helped me to assist students with their chosen campaign for change. I found that lower ability students really found the plan useful as a scaffolding device to help them set out their own campaign. I have also included the instructions i gave students on putting together their bibliography as some had never written one before. Some students used the person template to design their own t-shirts and wrist bands etc.
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-END OF UNIT REVISION
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-END OF UNIT REVISION

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Revision materials for the end of Unit 2: I found that doing a mixture of tests, revision activities and getting students to have a go at their own revision materials was the best way to revise. It kept it fun, engaging and mixed up! My students found the Key Theorists Quick Revision Sheet very useful for learning them all so I gave them all a copy and laminated one for the classroom wall. This really came in handy with the lollypop game I played with them all (put the names of the theorists on a lollypop stick and they have to explain who that theorist is and what the theory is about. Make sure you give the lollypop sticks out randomly). I had a student on results day say that she hated this game at the time but after receiving her A grade- she couldn’t thank me for it enough as it really did WORK! Give it a whirl!
Unit 2 Criminological Theories EXAM UNIT (New Spec)  WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Unit 2 Criminological Theories EXAM UNIT (New Spec) WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Unit 2 Criminological Theories (the externally examined unit). The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). Each lesson contains a power point and a variety of activities to cover each section. The activities vary from case studies, missing words, key terms sheets, court template/legislation tasks and many other work sheets that cover this diverse topic. Also included are example exam questions (both long and short) to ensure that students differentiate this topic from the controlled assessment unit which is a different style of teaching and learning. Given the current nature of students learning from home, I have also created a STUDENT HOME LEARNING PACK that my students have found really useful. I have set them deadlines for each section so I can see that they are learning and revising from home. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4 if you are unsure about anything. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
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: 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!
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.
Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (NEW SPEC)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.2 Media
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Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (NEW SPEC)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.2 Media

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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 AC.2.2:Evaluate the Effectiveness of Media Used in Campaigns for Change. The resources consist of a lesson to demonstrate the effectiveness of the media in relevant campaigns for change. The booklet allows students to interact with the lesson but it also means that the students have something to help them write up an answer in the controlled assessment time constraints. There is also a worksheet for students to complete so that they can come up with some of their own media comparisons.
Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Torts Connected to Land: Public/Private/Rylands V Fletcher
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Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Torts Connected to Land: Public/Private/Rylands V Fletcher

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These resources are aimed at Level 3 A level law students. The exam board that I am working with is OCR but these resources can be adapted to any level 3 exam board (e.g. AQA etc). I have included lesson power points on all three branches of Torts Connected to Land: Public Nuisance Private Nuisance Rylands V Fletcher I have tried to make these lessons as varied and fun as possible. I have included quizzes, mind maps, key terms and even pictures that the students can use to cut out and stick to their flash cards in order to help them remember key cases. Hope they help!
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.1 Lesson & Activities
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.1 Lesson & Activities

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 4: LO 4: Understand causes of policy change AC4.1 Assess the use of Criminological Theories in Informing Policy Development This section considers how theories (already covered earlier in the unit) can help to reduce crime. For example, the idea that CBT/pyschoanalysis can help someone overcome long-term trauma or abuse. If long-term trauma or abuse is not dealt with this can often lead to aggression /anger issues and can in some instances sadly result in criminality. This section of the exam therefore explores a variety of those theories (from diet to token economy etc). I have included a number of activities to help keep students engaged e.g. eat well plate, case studies, examples of crime prevention policies and exam questions linked to this section.
Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) WJEC/Eduqas Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime AC1.2
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Criminology Level 3 (New Spec) WJEC/Eduqas 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!
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.3 Lesson & Task
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.3 Lesson & Task

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 4: LO 4: Understand causes of policy change AC 4.3 Discuss how campaigns affect policy development I have included a power point lesson which gets students to reflect on the campaigns for change they covered in Unit 1. This helped my students to tackle this section better as they then understood how this fitted in with causes of policy change (e.g. Stephen Lawrence and the abolishment of the double jeopardy rule). I had a really good class discussion about this section and we highlighted how the government is often very reactive to incidents rather than proactive. My students were saddened that tragedies such as this had to happen before the government did anything about it. I have also included an activity sheet and some typical exam questions for this section.
Criminology (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Criminology (New Spec) Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for Unit 1 (the controlled assessment) of the Level 3 course. The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). The materials provide booklets, answer plans, activities and much more to teach the whole of Unit 1 with. Most lessons contain a power point and booklet for students to write in. I personally, use the booklets to keep track and ensure that students are doing what they should be. As you can’t mark student work until the end of the controlled assessment period- this really has helped me to track student progress. I get students to hand in their booklets after I have finished teaching each assignment criteria. This ensures that they are doing their independent research outside of lesson. If you are teaching this for half the year, this provides you with effectively 6 months of teaching resources and it works out cheaper to buy the bundle rather than paying for each lesson individually. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4 if you are unsure about anything. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Level 1 Health and Social Care- Unit 7 Person-centred Support
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Level 1 Health and Social Care- Unit 7 Person-centred Support

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These resources include a work booklet for the student and a power point presentation for the teacher. The resources are aimed at low ability/Level 1 students. I created these resources for an NCFE Level 1 qualification but they are also ideal for awareness lessons. I would recommend this lesson as a full day teaching depending on ability level. Lesson Objectives cover: 1.1 Define person-centred support 1.2 Outline the importance of finding out an individual’s history, needs wishes, likes and dislikes 1.3 Give examples of how to provide person-centred support when supporting individuals in day-to-day activities 2.1 Outline the benefits to an individual of person-centred support 2.2 Give examples of how individuals can be in control of their care needs 2.3 Outline how assessing risk can assist person-centred support
Health and Social Care- Nutrition
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Health and Social Care- Nutrition

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These resources are aimed at health and social care students. This lesson can be tailored to suit levels 1-3. The resources contain: missing words, videos, diet plans and an eat well plate that students can cut and stick in. The final activity allows students to plan a nutritional diet from a choice of service users with different dietary needs e.g. diabetes/CHD etc. I have delivered this lesson to both key stage 4 and adult learners. Both groups thoroughly enjoyed the lesson activities.
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.