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I currently teach Psychology, Health studies and Sociology to adult learners level 3, alongside level 2 social sciences. Qualifications: BSc Psychology and PGCE Post-14

I currently teach Psychology, Health studies and Sociology to adult learners level 3, alongside level 2 social sciences. Qualifications: BSc Psychology and PGCE Post-14
Criminal profiling
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Criminal profiling

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This powerpoint includes information regarding top-down and bottom-up profiling techniques. This is very detailed and followed by evaluation for each section. There is also an activity at the end which you could have learners do as homework or as class work. I had a positive response with this piece of work set. This is suitable for A level and adult learners Areas include Top-down approach 7 decision making tools Organised and disorganised Modus operandi Evaluation Bottom-up approach Geographical profiling Circle theory Techniques of the investigative approach Evaluation Summary Task
Paranormal Psychology
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Paranormal Psychology

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Paranormal and anomalistic psychology This powerpoint was made as a taster into paranormal psychology… yes its a real field of study first developed at Edinburgh University. This would be a perfect taster session for Halloween Information covered in order: The dualism debate (Is the mind the brain?) What catergories are there for paranormal experiences? How does the scientific community explain paranormal experiences? Revised paranormal belief scale (rPBS) activity - questionnaire included Application of knowledge on research methods for the rPBS Personality (The big five) as an explanation for belief into the paranormal (Quizes for this are available online, for students to complete) How has clairvoyance been scientifically tested? Individual or class activity
Evaluative key terms for psychology
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Evaluative key terms for psychology

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This free resource includes all GRENADE and GRAVE key words alongside ethical considerations for research and treatments/therapies. Please leave a rating to help me build my shop, thankyou!
Depression - Psychological explanations
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Depression - Psychological explanations

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This lesson powerpoint has been made for access to HE adult learners. Content covered in order: Thinking environment activity ABC class activity (Recap) particularly useful if students have knowledge on psychology The cognitive’s approach to depression (Beck’s negative triad and cognitive bias, evaluation of the theory) The behaviourist approach (Operant conditioning, Learned helplessness) Social media and recent studies into the effect of instagram/facebook on mental health) Application of key terms activity include GRENADE and CODA Information on slides provides much oppotunity for classroom discussion
Early Social Development - Deprivation and Privation
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Early Social Development - Deprivation and Privation

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Complete lessons suitable for A level and Access Level 3 Psychology courses. This powerpoint covers Bowlby’s maternal deprivation hypothesis alongside privation. Explains why Bowlby’s maternal deprivation hypothesis is a hypothesis not a theory Contains a task (44 Juvinile theives study) by John Bowlby - Worksheet included Video on Genie case study followed by discussion questions Final slide contains an extended task which learners can do in class as part of the lesson, extenstion or homework - Dates on this slide/info will need editing to adjust for lesson plan. This task includes making a poster using a PDF link provided, to explain the physical and psychological long term effects of deprivation and privation.
The Behaviorist approach
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The Behaviorist approach

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This resource contains 2 powerpoints. The first resource is an introduction to the behaviourist approach, which includes information about social learning theory, classical and operant conditioning, followed by an activitiy. The second powerpoint will provide learners with an overview of the different methods used within the behaviourist approach to treat mental health, the primary focus being phobias. Academic research is also included throughout the evaluation, alongside a large activity which implements systematic desensitisation and ethical issues. This powerpoint is appropriate for AS/A level students, but has been designed mainly for access to higher education students. This is why there will be academic links to recent research, however you can use these slides as a way to stretch and challenge your learners.
Bowlby 44 thieves information sheet
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Bowlby 44 thieves information sheet

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A n information worksheet explaining where and how Bowlby developed his theory. The 44 thieves study - Maternal deprivation - FREE RESOURCE Adaptable - students can read about the study and apply GRAVE