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A teacher of Health & Social Care, Access to HE; and a literacy specialist, with over 10 years' experience teaching literacy and numeracy in the further education & skills sector. I am passionate about teaching and enjoy developing new engaging lessons.

A teacher of Health & Social Care, Access to HE; and a literacy specialist, with over 10 years' experience teaching literacy and numeracy in the further education & skills sector. I am passionate about teaching and enjoy developing new engaging lessons.
Online Safety - Personal Development
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Online Safety - Personal Development

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A 45-60 minute lesson on the subject of online safety and conduct. Used in the post-16 sector, but easily adaptable for secondary school too. A thought provoking lesson that helps young people to understand the online dangers and how to keep themselves safe and secure when accessing online sources. Don’t forget to check out my other sources.
Psychological Perspectives - Psychodynamic Freud
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Psychological Perspectives - Psychodynamic Freud

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This is a complete resource package for the delivery of the ONE AWARDS Access to HE Diploma PSYCHOLOGY Learning Outcomes 3 & 4. This package includes an assignment resources that can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching needs. There are activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria. To aid understanding, during delivery, there is an included powerpoint, relevant videos and a range of activities to engage adult learners. The package covers the PSYCHODYNAMIC PERSPECTIVE to work towards the specs below, in the Learning Outcome 3 spec. 3. Understand the work of prominent psychologists; & Learning Outcome 4 spec. 4. Understand terminology used in psychology. Learning Outcome 2 2.1.Explain two psychological perspectives of a given situation. 2.2.Analyse the limitations of psychological perspectives Learners should provide information to explain how 2 psychological perspectives of their choice apply to a situation set by the tutor e.g. gender, agressive behaviour, personality etc. They should also analyse the limitations of the perspectives that they have selected. Learning Outcome 3 3.1.Evaluate the work of two prominent psychologists 3.2.Evaluate the contribution of one named psychologist to the understanding of human behaviour. Learners should choose 2 eminent psychologists from their chosen perspectives, then evaluate their theory and their contribution to our understanding of human behaviour. Learning Outcome 4 4.1.Apply psychological terminology appropriately Learners should use relevant psychological terminology correctly thoughout their submission. For more good value complete delivery resource packages, visit my TES shop, to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/RazzleDazzled
CM1 - Equality & Diversity - Working in an Inclusive Way
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CM1 - Equality & Diversity - Working in an Inclusive Way

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The resources have been developed to meet the CACHE Technical Certificate in Health and Social Care, however they are very relevant to other awarding bodies. The resources you are viewing include the following: Understand equality, diversity and rights in health and social care Understand how to work in an inclusive way Explain how to promote equality and support diversity Describe how to challenge those not working inclusively in a way that promotes change Explain how to support others in promoting equality and rights Understand legislation and codes of practice in relation to inclusive practice in health and social care Summarise legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity, inclusion and discrimination You will also have access to the online version of the e-magazine.
County Lines and Criminal Exploitation
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County Lines and Criminal Exploitation

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A 45-60 minute lesson on the subject of county lines and the criminal exploitation of those involved. Suitable for 16-19 students as part of their personal development programme. A thought-provoking and interesting session that students really engaged with. Please check out my other resources too.
Preparing for Exams
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Preparing for Exams

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This session should last around 45-60 minutes depending on the level of discussion prompted by the actvities. Used for students 16-19, but ould be adapted for other age groups. Students will: Recognise why they should prepare for exams Practise different revision techniques Complete an action plan for their exams Ask any questions they may have about revision Check out my other resources!
Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for Support
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Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for Support

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You are purchasing the presentation and marking guide only from this resource. The videos have been downloaded from YouTube for further development and understanding of the concepts of Dyslexia support.  The resources were devised to be used in a teacher training session to raise awareness. By the end of this session you will: *be aware of the ways in which dyslexia can have an impact on learning, *be familiar with a range of practical strategies and approaches to support learners with dyslexia, *have considered some of the issues that have an impact on the support for learners with dyslexia such as dyslexia assessment, funding, and confidentiality, *be aware of the resources available for learners. *have an opportunity to reflect on your own knowledge and practice.
CM1 - Equality & Diversity (B1 1.3) Ethical Dilemmas
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CM1 - Equality & Diversity (B1 1.3) Ethical Dilemmas

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A discussion of ethical dilemmas that might arise when balancing individual rights and duty of care; required content in order to prepare for attached assignment brief. E-resource and pdf format included; prepared with Cache Technical Certificate in Health and Social Care specifications in mind, although easily transferable to other awarding bodies. The resource includes the following: An introduction to the concept of ethical dilemmas in medical practice (A link to access online version available here). Ethical Principles The causes of ethical dilemmas Case studies including the recent cases of Charlie Gard and Aysha King (warning: can be quite emotive)
Alcohol Awareness
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Alcohol Awareness

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A 45-60 minute personal development lesson with interactive tasks built in throughout raising awareness on the subject of Alcohol. Developed for use with young people aged 16 -19. Previous use has promoted very interesting discussions in the sessions. Don’t forget to check out my other resources.
Transgender Awareness
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Transgender Awareness

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A 45-60 minute lesson to raise awareness of Trasngender for young people. I have used this resources in the post-16 sector, but it could be adapted to suit your need. There are activities throughout to engage your students. Don’t forget to check out my other resources.
Health and Fire Safety in the Workplace
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Health and Fire Safety in the Workplace

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A full training session on the subject of health and fire safety in the workplace. Initially designed for students studying childcare, all elements are relevant to many other workplace areas. The resource includes: *Identify and explain the different types of safety signs in the workplace. *Identify the reasons for and the implications of accidents in the workplace. *Describe the most common types of fire extinguisher. *Identify hazards associated with slips, trips and falls. *List the danger of electricity and describe safe working practices when using electrical appliances. *Explain the importance of safe toys. *Describe common words and their meanings. *Explain how to stay safe at work. There is also a link to a YouTube video with a cartoon that uses humour to express the importance of following health and safety in the workplace.
Psychology Perspectives - Cognitive Cognitivism
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Psychology Perspectives - Cognitive Cognitivism

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This is a complete resource package for the delivery of the ONE AWARDS Access to HE Diploma PSYCHOLOGY Learning Outcomes 3 & 4. This package includes an assignment resources that can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching needs. There are activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria. To aid understanding, during delivery, there is an included powerpoint, relevant videos and a range of activities to engage adult learners. The package covers the COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE to work towards the specs below, in the Learning Outcome 3 spec. 3. Understand the work of prominent psychologists; & Learning Outcome 4 spec. 4. Understand terminology used in psychology. Learning Outcome 2 2.1.Explain two psychological perspectives of a given situation. 2.2.Analyse the limitations of psychological perspectives Learners should provide information to explain how 2 psychological perspectives of their choice apply to a situation set by the tutor e.g. gender, agressive behaviour, personality etc. They should also analyse the limitations of the perspectives that they have selected. Learning Outcome 3 3.1.Evaluate the work of two prominent psychologists 3.2.Evaluate the contribution of one named psychologist to the understanding of human behaviour. Learners should choose 2 eminent psychologists from their chosen perspectives, then evaluate their theory and their contribution to our understanding of human behaviour. Learning Outcome 4 4.1.Apply psychological terminology appropriately Learners should use relevant psychological terminology correctly thoughout their submission. For more good value complete delivery resource packages, visit my TES shop, to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/RazzleDazzled
Employability - A comprehensive guide to preparing for work
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Employability - A comprehensive guide to preparing for work

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A comprehensive guide that provides lots of examples and tips for preparing for employment - including CVs, letters, application forms and preparing for that interview. A useful and insightful tool that is also excellent value for money for young people and adults who are preparing to make that step into employment. Including: How to complete an application form. A wide range of CV templates. Important and relevant IT skills needed for employability. Example interview questions, How to prepare for an interview. A variety of letters of application to use for different purposes. Job searching tips. Example personal profiles. Personal skills and qualities. A great resource to use for career’s advice and guidance or for employability workshops. Check out my other resources!
Number - The Four Operations (add, divide, subtract & Multiply) Functional Skills Dice Game
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Number - The Four Operations (add, divide, subtract & Multiply) Functional Skills Dice Game

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A great activity for practicing the use of number and of the four operations. Used with Functional Skills at a variety of levels - including QR codes for embedding the use of ICT skills. Working in pairs and using two dice, learners roll to get coordinates in order to pick a question. If they get the answer correct, they initial the square. The learner with the most squares with their name on, wins the game. I have also had the game made larger to use with a whole group of learners with a lower level of ability.
Functional Skills Maths - Whole Number and Mathematical Operations
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Functional Skills Maths - Whole Number and Mathematical Operations

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A presentation on the subject of working with whole numbers using the 4 mathematical operations for Functional Skills Maths. Suitable from entry level to level 2; supplements my other resources for sale on the subject of whole number. Included is a maths vocabulary guide to help embed literacy in your maths lessons.
Sexual Exploitation and Violence
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Sexual Exploitation and Violence

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A personal and social development unit that raises awareness of the issues surrounding sexual exploitation and violence. You should plan f or the lesson to take 45-60 minutes, depending on the level of discussion prompted for the students. Student will: Identify different types of grooming Discuss the warning signs Examine the effects of criminal sexual exploitation Establish what is FGM Differentiate between forced and arranged marriage Discuss honour-based abuse Check out my other resources too!
Drug Awareness
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Drug Awareness

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A 45-60 minute lesson on the subject of drug awareness. Suitable for the post 16 sector, this session has lots of activities to keep your students busy and engaged. The session is a great way to prompt discussion and provides a good insight to what your students know. Don’t forget to check out my other resources.
Stress and Mindfulness
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Stress and Mindfulness

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This 45-60 minute personal development lesson will enable students to raise their awareness about stress and the factors that can impact them. They will analyse the methods that they could use to help them to relax; looking at the links between diet and stress. Students will be able to develop their own personal “Relaxation Plan”. Don’t forget to check out my other resources!
Psychological Perspectives Bundle (Psychology Approaches)
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Psychological Perspectives Bundle (Psychology Approaches)

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This is a large complete resource package for the delivery of the ONE AWARDS Access to HE Diploma PSYCHOLOGY Learning Outcomes 3 & 4 (could easily apply other psychology curriculum). This package includes a range of activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria. To aid understanding, during delivery, there are FIVE interactive powerpoints, relevant videos and a range of activities to engage adult learners. The package covers the topics below, in the Learning Outcome 3 spec. 3. Understand the work of prominent psychologists; & Learning Outcome 4 spec. 4. Understand terminology used in psychology. Learning Outcome 2 2.1.Explain two psychological perspectives of a given situation. 2.2.Analyse the limitations of psychological perspectives Learners should provide information to explain how 2 psychological perspectives of their choice apply to a situation set by the tutor e.g. gender, agressive behaviour, personality etc. They should also analyse the limitations of the perspectives that they have selected. Learning Outcome 3 3.1.Evaluate the work of two prominent psychologists 3.2.Evaluate the contribution of one named psychologist to the understanding of human behaviour. Learners should choose 2 eminent psychologists from their chosen perspectives, then evaluate their theory and their contribution to our understanding of human behaviour. Learning Outcome 4 4.1.Apply psychological terminology appropriately Learners should use relevant psychological terminology correctly thoughout their submission. For more good value complete delivery resource packages, visit my TES shop, to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/RazzleDazzled
CACHE ED H&SC Optional Unit CM05 Dementia Awareness
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CACHE ED H&SC Optional Unit CM05 Dementia Awareness

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This is a large complete resource package for the delivery of the CACHE Level 3 Optional Unit CM05 - Dementia Awareness Learning Criteria Grade D, D1 & D2. This package includes an assignment Word booklet that can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching needs. It allows students to organise their notes and assignment planning, in one place. There are activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria. To aid understanding, during delivery, there are FIVE powerpoints, relevant videos and a VIRTUAL REALITY experience to engage learners. The package covers the topics below, in the Learning Outcome 1 spec. 1. Understand the types of dementia and the effects on health and well-being. D1 1.1 Describe types of dementia and their causes Alzheimer’s disease vascular dementia dementia with Lewy bodies fronto-temporal dementia Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Korsakoff’s syndrome. Learners should: Provide information to describe causes of more than one type of dementia, including the type, causation, severity and stability over time, and prognosis of the condition. D2 1.2 Describe the signs and symptoms of dementia. short-term/long-term memory; concentration; planning; organisation; speech and language; visuospatial; orientation; mood; behaviour; confusion; repetition; decision-making; coping with change; progression. Learners should: Describe the signs and symptoms of the types of dementia identified in D1. For more good value complete delivery resource packages, visit my TES shop, to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/RazzleDazzled