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!!!!!!! Most of my resources are adaptable and original!!!!!! I try to give clear descriptions about each resource. If you have any issues, please ask and I am happy to email out additional templates free. My shop stocks mainly Power-points and day to day lesson resources for the all the Humanities subjects. Psychology resources are also available. Please spare a minute to rate my resources, especially the free ones! I would appreciate knowing how useful they are. Thank you.

!!!!!!! Most of my resources are adaptable and original!!!!!! I try to give clear descriptions about each resource. If you have any issues, please ask and I am happy to email out additional templates free. My shop stocks mainly Power-points and day to day lesson resources for the all the Humanities subjects. Psychology resources are also available. Please spare a minute to rate my resources, especially the free ones! I would appreciate knowing how useful they are. Thank you.
Debates and approaches in psychology that links to the theories and studies on the new OCR spec.
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Debates and approaches in psychology that links to the theories and studies on the new OCR spec.

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This worksheet describes the approaches and debates in psychology which are embedded in the new OCR spec. Students can learn about these through discussions or group work. The second page shows how the theories and studies in the new spec link to the different debates and approaches and has a student task that can run throughout the whole GCSE as students learn to apply the debates in evaluating studies and theories.
Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research
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Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research

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This power point lesson on Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research has the background definitions, facts, examples and explanations of the difference between validity and reliability. Use it to teach these 2 elements of any psychology syllabus. It includes exam style questions and sample answers.
Amazing Places
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Amazing Places

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Geography Year 8 students. Amazing world places. This lesson introduces a cluster of lessons which are numbered and should be taught as one unit over a half term. This introduction lesson shares amazing places and their types of geography a blank world map as an activity to get students locating some famous amazing places. There is an extended writing task where students describe and explain their amazing place.
Religion and The Environment Scheme of Work
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Religion and The Environment Scheme of Work

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This bundle contains lesson to cover a half term or longer. The them is Religion and how it links to the environment. it contains whole lessons based in the power point format, plus documents, clips and worksheets to support the lessons. Each lesson has clear learning outcomes and opportunities for assessment for learning. It could be used in any KS3 year and easily differentiated.
A Mindful Mandala to colour!
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A Mindful Mandala to colour!

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Simply print and hand out for students to colour, maybe during Friday form time, use as a calming/relaxation tool, discuss mindfulness.
Dubious Dubai!
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Dubious Dubai!

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lesson 7 of the unit on amazing places. Locates Dubai, explains using visuals what it was like in the past. Clips show the tourist attractions. Students design hotel.
The future of India
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The future of India

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KS3 geography. Explains how India is a world superpower, compares to China. Share the facts with students, main activity is for students to use the worksheet to write about what the different people say about India’s development. Includes an extension activity where students apply knowledge about what India will be like in future.
All about Mumbai
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All about Mumbai

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KS3 geography. Begins with the odd one out task and discuss the answer. Next cover learning objectives, move onto the images and facts. Students then watch the clips and use the attached thinking hats resource to write about mumbai . The build on key words using the facts slides (these can be printed out). Finally there is a mumbai postcard activity to apply knowledge which can be carried over or completed for homework.
India's physical geography
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India's physical geography

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KS3 geography. Includes a clip, a printable mind map with categories for students to build notes, printable resources of the different landscapes. Can be used as a carousel activity or paired task. A heads and tails matching task to allow students to apply understanding of the different landscapes and who/why people live there. Also has an extension task that could be adapted as a homework.
Numinous Northern lights! (and Svalbard)
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Numinous Northern lights! (and Svalbard)

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Lesson 3 from the amazing places unit. This combines the northern lights and Slinks to Svalbard. It contains facts, links to clips and extended writing activities to apply understanding of the phenomenon.
Football and Religion
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Football and Religion

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This is a power point lesson encouraging students to use a range of higher level skills to explore the similarities between football and religion. It has a range of clips and activities all the tasks have the printable templates as part of the slide show. There is also a word document for the conversation task where students work in pairs. Starter - completed an open sentence task Linking task - print out the slides with pictures of football and also religious images, students study these and write about how they link on the diagram Video clip - watch and discuss fans of football linking it to religion Conversation task - use the word document template, students work in pairs. Plenary - cloze task to explain understanding
Slumming It
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Slumming It

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KS3 geography. This lesson is based on an intelligent graffiti task where students watch Kevin McCloud staying in the Dharavi slum. There are examples of WAGOLL for the main task and the lesson then develop into a structured assessment with the success criteria explained. It also includes some printable resources to be provided for use as research on the assessment tasks.
India Unit of Work
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India Unit of Work

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This bundle contain 5 complete lessons and resources about India. They can be extended to cover one half term as they are easily adaptable. They go in this order: Introduction to India, India’s physical geography, All about Mumbai, Slumming it and The future of India.
Research methods introduction
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Research methods introduction

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Useful active learning activity to enable students to familliarise themselves with the various methods in psychological research. Appllicable for any GCSE spec.
Criminal Behaviour
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Criminal Behaviour

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Lessons that compliment the new GCSE OCR spec. Background information on theories and concepts, plus student activities.
Cognitive Development exam practice
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Cognitive Development exam practice

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These 2 worksheets support students to plan and write about Piaget's stage theory and conservation study. One has partially written sentences, students then complete the answer to develop their exam skills on the 13 mark question. The other is about Piaget's stage theory and can be used as a writing frame for students to use with notes to develop extended writing or as an assessment after studying Piaget's stage theory.