BTEC Health & Social Care Unit 3 Anatomy & Physiology B1 Homeostasis & B10 Renal System and exam

BTEC Health & Social Care Unit 3 Anatomy & Physiology B1 Homeostasis & B10 Renal System and exam

This is a complete resource package, which consists of a 16 page, interactive student booklet for the BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 3 Anatomy and Physiology; B1 Homeostasis Mechanisms and B10 The Renal system and dysfunctions. You can add and alter it to suit your style of teaching. There is even a September 2017- Jan exam 2018 programme of work and an end of topic exam paper and mark scheme to test progress. Along with this, is the TEN engaging PowerPoints and additional work sheet tasks and activities that go with it, such as a card match activity. PowerPoints are well designed and have embedded videos in them, with booklet pages for students to make notes and example of possible exam questions that may be asked, to get them thinking and applying new knowledge. The complete B1 and B10 part of the spec has been covered, in detail, see below:- B1 Homeostatic mechanisms • Definition of homeostasis. • Internal environment. • The concept of negative feedback as a regulatory mechanism. • Body temperature – production of heat by the body, loss of heat by the body, roles of hypothalamus and autonomic nervous system (role of arterioles and sweat glands), effects of shivering, implications of surface area to volume ratios, fever. • Blood glucose levels – roles of pancreas, liver, insulin, glucagon. • Fluid balance – water intake/output/loss, role of kidneys and renal system. • Failure of homeostatic mechanisms – hypothermia, dehydration. B10 Structure, function and disorders of the renal system • Kidneys – filtering toxins from the blood, regulating water and salt balance and pH. • Ureters – carrying urine form the kidney to the bladder. • Bladder – storage or urine. • Urethra – carrying urine from the bladder to the outside world. • Disorders of the renal system • urinary tract infections (UTIs) • renal failure For other sections in the spec, follow me on TES…. https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons ...and have a look at my other resources…. I have covered the whole of Unit 3 Anatomy and Physiology and am currently preparing resources for Units 1 and 2, too. Every time I add something new, it will flag up to you…. ...please leave me a review, what do you think? Teaching is a tough enough job as it is so make your life easier and get your resources from me :-)
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OCR Cambridge Technical L3 Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Sensory system resources

OCR Cambridge Technical L3 Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Sensory system resources

This is a collection of eight PowerPoints that cover some of the sensory systems section of the Unit 4 Anatomy and Physiology, as below. Some have activities, others have video’s embedded so you can develop activities to in your own teaching style to aid student memory 6.1 Structure of the eye • pupil • iris • tear glands • humours or fluids • conjunctiva • cornea • retina • macula • optic nerve • ciliary muscle/suspensory ligaments • lens 6.2 Structure of the ear • external • middle • inner ear • eardrum • stapes/incus/malleus ear bones • cochlea • organ of Corti • Eustachian tube • round window • auditory nerve • semi-circular canals • ampullae 6.3 Malfunctions of eye and ear – possible causes and effects, i.e. • eye - glaucoma, AMD, cataracts, retinopathy • ear – deafness 6.4 Monitoring, treatment and care needs for malfunctions of the eye and the ear (e.g. impacts on lifestyle, visual aids, auditory aids, medication, biopsies, scans, medication, dialysis) For more Unit 4 resource packages, like this one, follow me on TES so they are all in the same place and get notifications when I add more 😊 https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health & Social Care Component 2 LA-B Care Values X 7 and assessment

BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health & Social Care Component 2 LA-B Care Values X 7 and assessment

A PowerPoint which introduces the seven care values listed in the BTEC Tech Award, Component 2 Learning Aim B, linking this to the role play assessment later on. It has a detailed look at what empowerment is, how this can be achieved and why as well as the importance of recognising individuality and independence. A 2nd PowerPoint detailing the care values; Maintaining confidentiality- how and why, Safeguarding - how and why and finally Anti-discriminatory Practices how and why. There are discussion points and activities included with animation to keep students engaged. The 3rd PowerPoint covering the last 3 CV's is about communication skills and barriers, what is dignity and how to preserve dignity as well as respect and how this can be maintained in practice. There are few embedded videos to break up the PP and slides which require student participation and contributions. There are activities for student to 'apply' the care values in relation to their individual role plays and a worksheet to help with guiding the review process Finally, there is a PowerPoint that outlines the assessment criteria for the practical observed assessment part of Section B and how you evaluate after this. I hope you find this useful :-) I have other Level 1/2 and Level 3 Health and Social Care resources for different units and topics. Follow me on TES > https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons >to find them all in the same place :-)
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Cardiovascular System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and Physiology Cardiovascular System

Nine PowerPoints, acticities and revision, covering the Cardiovascular spec listed below:- The structure of the cardio-vascular system: • heart • arteries • veins • capillaries • and general functions of blood blood cell types and functions; • the function of the cardio-vascular system • cardiac cycle and its control dysfunction:  coronary artery disease causes of dysfunction: (life styles) • diet • alcohol • smoking • genetic-disposition diagnostic techniques: general principles and value of: • diagnostic imaging techniques, e.g. angiograms, cardiac ultrasound, • blood pressure monitoring • electrocardiogram (ECG) traces treatment: general principles and value of: • heart surgery • medication • angioplasty • heart pacemakers • heart transplant surgery
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OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and physiology Renal System

OCR A'Level Health and Social Care Unit 12 Anatomy and physiology Renal System

Seven Powerpoints, activities and assessment model answers, covering the renal spec, as below The gross structure of the renal system: • kidneys, • calyx, • pelvis, • ureters, • bladder, • urethra; The structure and function of a kidney tubule: • glomerulus, • Bowman’s capsule, • proximal tubule, • distal tubule, • loop of Henle, • collecting duct, • ultrafiltration, • reabsorption, The function of the renal system: • urine production, • osmoregulation; Dysfunction: Rena/kidneyl failure/Nephrotic Syndrome Lifestyle; Alcohol
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OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Renal system resources

OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Renal system resources

SEVEN PowerPoints covering the spec areas below:- 5.5 Structure of kidney • cortex • medulla • calyx • ureters • renal artery/vein • urethra • bladder * kidney nephron (role in osmoregulation) 5.6 Functions of kidney * osmoregulation (balance of fluids in the body and blood pressure) 5.8 The concept of homeostasis • principles of homeostasis (monitoring, feedback mechanisms, effectors) and its importance 5.9 Malfunctions of control and regulatory systems – possible causes and effects eg. Kidney failure and endocrine, i.e. diabetes
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OCR Cambridge Technical Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 4 - Anatomy - cardiovascular system

OCR Cambridge Technical Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 4 - Anatomy - cardiovascular system

This is a collection eight of PowerPoint presentations, some containing activities, some with embedded video’s, which cover the cardiovascular section of the Cambridge Technical HSC Unit 4, as below:- 1.1 Composition of blood eg. erythrocytes (a red blood cell) etc 1.2 Functions of blood eg. transport of hormones, waste urea, nutrients and blood gasses 1.3 Structure of heart eg. Atria, ventricles, vena cava etc 1.4 Function of heart eg. cardiac cycle (pulmonary, cardiac and systemic) 1.5 Control and regulation of cardiac cycle eg. location and role of SA and AV nodes 1.6 Types, structure and functions of blood vessels eg. Arteries, veins, capillaries 1.7 Formation of tissue fluid and lymph eg. role of hydrostatic pressure 1.8 Cardiovascular malfunctions – hypertension, coronary heart disease 1.9 Monitoring, treatment and care needs for cardiovascular malfunctions You can use these and create your own activities, eg. card match to ensure they are engaging and memorable for your students. For more Cambridge Technical Level 3 Health and Social Care resources, follow me on TES https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons and find them all in the same place as well as notifications when I add more resources. I hope you find these super useful and enjoy your teaching 😊
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BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health & Social Care Component 2 LA-B Care Values X 7 and assessment

BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health & Social Care Component 2 LA-B Care Values X 7 and assessment

A PowerPoint which introduces the seven care values listed in the BTEC Tech Award, Component 2 Learning Aim B, linking this to the role play assessment later on. It has a detailed look at what empowerment is, how this can be achieved and why as well as the importance of recognising individuality and independence. A 2nd PowerPoint detailing the care values; Maintaining confidentiality- how and why, Safeguarding - how and why and finally Anti-discriminatory Practices how and why. There are discussion points and activities included with animation to keep students engaged. The 3rd PowerPoint covering the last 3 CV's is about communication skills and barriers, what is dignity and how to preserve dignity as well as respect and how this can be maintained in practice. There are few embedded videos to break up the PP and slides which require student participation and contributions. There are activities for student to 'apply' the care values in relation to their individual role plays and a worksheet to help with guiding the review process Finally, there is a PowerPoint that outlines the assessment criteria for the practical observed assessment part of Section B and how you evaluate after this. I hope you find this useful :-) I have other Level 1/2 and Level 3 Health and Social Care resources for different units and topics. Follow me on TES > https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons >to find them all in the same place :-)
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BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development Learning Aim B exam papers

BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development Learning Aim B exam papers

Two 90 Mark exam paper testing students understanding of the Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development one covering the spec sections B1. Nature - Nurture, B2. Genetic Factors and B3. Environmental Factors using short and long questions and another covering B. Social factors, B5 Economic factors and B6. Major Life Events. Both have an easy to follow mark scheme, which is student friendly, enables you to use this as a peer marking exercise, saving your time and is also an additional revision tool. For more resources, activities and assessment material for the new BTEC Level 2 and 3 units, follow me on TES to find them all in one place https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Respiratory System

OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Respiratory System

This is a collection of five PowerPoints that cover some of the respiratory section of the Unit 4 Anatomy and Physiology, as below. Some have activities, others have video’s embedded so you can develop activities to in your own teaching style to aid student memory 2.1 Structure of respiratory system • larynx • trachea (windpipe) • bronchi (left and right) • bronchioles (no cartilage to hold them open) • alveoli (air sacks where respiration takes place) • diaphragm (parachute shaped muscle) • intercostal muscles (between each rib) • pleural membranes 2.2 Inspiration and expiration • role of pleural membranes • role of diaphragm (muscle controlling breathing rate) • role of intercostal muscles (muscle between each rib, contracts to exhale) 2.5 Respiratory malfunctions – possible causes and effects • asthma (genetic and environmental triggers/reaction) 2.6 Monitoring, treatment and care needs for respiratory malfunctions (e.g. impact on lifestyle, inhalers, medication, peak flow, physiotherapy, spirometry, oxygen) For more Unit 4 resource packages, like this one, follow me on TES so they are all in the same place and get notifications when I add more 😊 https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Nervous system  resources

OCR Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Nervous system resources

This is a collection of TEN PowerPoints that cover some of the nervous system section of the Unit 4 Anatomy and Physiology, as below. Some have activities, others have video’s embedded so you can develop activities to in your own teaching style to aid student memory 5.1 Components of nerve systems • Central Nervous System (CNS) • peripheral nerves (PNS) • autonomic system • spinal cord • sensory and motor neurons 5.2 Structure and function of brain • cerebral cortex • cerebellum • frontal lobes • corpus callosum (left and right side communication point) • hypothalamus • medulla • meninges 5.3 Nerve action • structure of neuron (axon, dendrites, synaptic gap) • role of axon/dendron (electrical nerve action) • myelin sheath (insulates nerve message passages) • synapse (chemical nerve action) 5.4 Organisation and function of endocrine system • pancreas • pituitary • adrenal glands • thyroid • hormones 5.9 Malfunctions of control and regulatory systems – possible causes and effects • CNS, i.e. multiple sclerosis (autoimmune condition attacks the myelin sheath) For more Unit 4 resource packages, like this one, follow me on TES so they are all in the same place and get notifications when I add more 😊 https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan - B2 Genetic & B3 Environmental resources

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan - B2 Genetic & B3 Environmental resources

This is a complete resource package with 7 engaging and interesting PowerPoints which are embedded in a 15 page booklet with accompanying activities and exam question practice, covering the new BTEC Health & Social care Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development, B2 and B3 spec content. You can save on printing and get students to print off the booklet, which you have the opportunity to tailor make to your own teaching. Included a link to a 90 mark exam paper with easy to follow mark scheme to allow for peer marking. The content covers all aspects of this section of the spec.. B2 Genetic factors that affect development Genetic predispositions to particular conditions – cystic fibrosis, brittle bone disease, phenylketonuria (PKU), Huntington’s disease, Klinefelter’s syndrome, Down’s syndrome, colour blindness, Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Susceptibility to diseases such as cancer, high blood cholesterol and diabetes. Biological factors that affect development – foetal alcohol syndrome, effects of maternal infections and lifestyle/diet during pregnancy, congenital defects. B3 Environmental factors that affect development Exposure to pollution – respiratory disorders, cardiovascular problems, allergies. Poor housing conditions – respiratory disorders, cardio vascular problems, hypothermia and anxiety and depression. Access to health and social care services – availability of transport, opening hours of services, ability to understand the needs and requirements of particular services. For other parts of the Unit 1, 2 and 3 spec, follow me on TES and take a wander through the free and low cost resource packages which cover all the exam board spec. https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons Exam paper to test knowledge > https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-health-and-social-care-unit-1-human-lifespan-development-learning-aim-b-exam-papers-11785760 I hope you find this very useful and your student enjoys the learning. Alison
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OCR Cambridge Technical Helth and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Digestive system resources

OCR Cambridge Technical Helth and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Digestive system resources

This is a collection of eight PowerPoints that cover the cardiovascular section of the Unit 4 Anatomy and Physiology Digestive system, as below. Some have activities, others have video’s embedded so you can develop activities to in your own teaching style to aid student memory 3.1 Gross structure of digestive system and functions of component parts • buccal cavity (mouth or oral cavity) • salivary glands • epiglottis (stops food going down windpipe) • oesophagus • stomach • small intestine (absorption takes place) • large intestine (water is absorbed out) • rectum (canal) • anus • liver • gallbladder • bile duct • pancreas • pancreatic duct 3.2 Mechanical and chemical digestion, • action of chewing (mechanical breaking down) • action of stomach (killing off bacteria) • action of digestive enzymes in stomach and small intestine 3.3 Digestive roles of liver and pancreas digestive role of pancreatic juice • digestive role of bile (emulsifies fats like washing up liquid) 3.4 Absorption and assimilation • adaptations of intestine wall for absorption (e.g. nutrients) • liver’s role in assimilation 3.5 Digestive malfunctions – possible causes and effects • coeliac disease (autoimmune system, allergic reaction) 3.6 Monitoring, treatment and care needs for digestive malfunctions (e.g. impact on diet/lifestyle, endoscopy, ultrasound, villi needle biopsy and monitoring, medication) For more Unit 4 resource packages, like this one, follow me on TES so they are all in the same place and get notifications when I add more 😊 https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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OCR Cambridge Technical L3 Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Sensory system resources

OCR Cambridge Technical L3 Health and Social Care - Unit 4 Anatomy - Sensory system resources

This is a collection of eight PowerPoints that cover some of the sensory systems section of the Unit 4 Anatomy and Physiology, as below. Some have activities, others have video’s embedded so you can develop activities to in your own teaching style to aid student memory 6.1 Structure of the eye • pupil • iris • tear glands • humours or fluids • conjunctiva • cornea • retina • macula • optic nerve • ciliary muscle/suspensory ligaments • lens 6.2 Structure of the ear • external • middle • inner ear • eardrum • stapes/incus/malleus ear bones • cochlea • organ of Corti • Eustachian tube • round window • auditory nerve • semi-circular canals • ampullae 6.3 Malfunctions of eye and ear – possible causes and effects, i.e. • eye - glaucoma, AMD, cataracts, retinopathy • ear – deafness 6.4 Monitoring, treatment and care needs for malfunctions of the eye and the ear (e.g. impacts on lifestyle, visual aids, auditory aids, medication, biopsies, scans, medication, dialysis) For more Unit 4 resource packages, like this one, follow me on TES so they are all in the same place and get notifications when I add more 😊 https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons
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Cambridge Technical Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 2 Mock Exam Papers and mark schemes X 6

Cambridge Technical Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 2 Mock Exam Papers and mark schemes X 6

Six Mock exam papers for CTEC L3 HSC Unit 2 Equality & Diversity and easy to follow mark scheme, which allows for easy peer marking, cutting down on your marking time. These papers are slightly harder than the actual exam as they were designed with only the sample paper as guidance, however, this prepared my students really well for the exam and they all sailed through! For other resources , follow me on TES and have a look through the range of resources... https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons Good luck in your teaching :-)
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan - B1 Nature Nurture content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan - B1 Nature Nurture content

This complete resource package consists of a 10 page booklet you can add to or alter, which students can print off in order to keep notes together. There are 5 engaging PowerPoints with embedded videos to support understanding and with activities and exam practice incorporated to stimulate learning and challenge students. The content covers the spec for Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development B1 • Development across the lifespan is a result of genetic or inherited factors – Gesell’s maturation theory (compare to Piaget’s) • Dr.Money’s Experiment outcome, unethical, make your own decisions • Development across the lifespan is a result of environmental factors – Bandura’s social learning theory. • Both factors may play a part – stress-diathesis model. For other sections of the Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development spec content, follow me on TES so you have easy access to the different section, each has booklets, activities, exam practice and engaging PowerPoints. https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons Exam papers to test knowledge > https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/btec-level-3-health-and-social-care-unit-1-human-lifespan-development-learning-aim-b-exam-papers-11785760 Why waste your precious time on developing resources that, for a few quid, can be purchased and easily used? Enjoy! Alison
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BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development A1, A2, A3 and A4 exam papers

BTEC Level 3 Health & Social Care Unit 1 Human Lifespan Development A1, A2, A3 and A4 exam papers

Four 100 mark exam papers to test students knowledge on the spec A1, A2, A3 and A4. The mark schemes are student friendly so they can see how they can get the marks so peer marking is a possibility to cut down on your time. In addition, an activity for students to build confidence in tackling the longer questions, breaking it down into smaller parts before writing them out in full and then, on the back of the double sided sheet, their is an evaluation of how well they've done and prompts into how they can then improve. For more Unit one resources, follow me on TES so they're all in the same place. I am always adding new resources, some free, so it's worth keeping an eye on! https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons Good luck in your teaching :-)
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A4 Social Development content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A4 Social Development content

This is a resource package for teaching the New BTEC HSC Level 3, Unit 1 Human Growth &Development through Life Stages, A4 Social Development and covers all that's on the spec. It has a 10 page booklet you can add to or alter, which has presentation note pages for the 2 PowerPoints, activities and homework tasks so it's pretty engaging and the student can print it off and refer to sections themselves for revision. There is also an exam paper to test progress for A4 and a simplified mark scheme which allows peer marking to save time. The content covers:- The stages of play in infancy and early childhood: • solo play, parallel play and co-operative play. The importance of friendships and friendship groups:  the social benefits of friendships o the effects of peer pressure on social development. The development of relationships with others. The development of independence through the life stages: peer influence in adolescence, starting employment, leaving home, starting a family Follow me on TES for more Unit 1 resource packages, both free and small charge - https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons and resources for other Units. Time is precious and the pressures on so treat yourself to pre-prepared resource packages and leave a review so others have your opinion on this resource package :-) Thank you Alison
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan  A2 Intellectual content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A2 Intellectual content

This is a resource package for teaching the New BTEC HSC Level 3, Unit 1 Human Growth and Development through Life Stages, A2 Intellectual Development and covers all that's on the spec. It has a 17 page booklet you can add to or alter, which has presentation note pages for the 4 PowerPoints, activities and homework tasks so it's pretty engaging and the student can print it of and refer to sections themselves for revision. There is an A2 exam paper and mark scheme to check progress on this section too. The content includes:- PowerPoint introduction > In infancy and early childhood there is rapid growth in intellectual and language skills: PowerPoint > Piaget’s model of how children’s logic and reasoning develops – stages of cognitive development, the development of schemas, his tests of conservation, egocentrism and how his model may explain children’s thoughts and actions PowerPoint > Chomsky’s model in relation to how children acquire language – Language Acquisition Device (LAD), the concept of a critical period during which children may learn language, which may explain how children seem to instinctively gain language. In early adulthood, thinking becomes realistic and pragmatic, with expert knowledge about, the practical aspects of life that permits judgement about important matters. PowerPoint > The effects of age on the functions of memory: • memory loss in later adulthood Follow me on TES for more Unit 1 resource packages, both free and small charge - https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons and resources for other Units. Time is precious and the pressures on so treat yourself to pre-prepared resource packages and leave a review so others have your opinion on this resource package :-) Thank you Alison
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A3 Emotional Development content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan A3 Emotional Development content

This is a resource package for teaching the New BTEC HSC Level 3, Unit 1 Human Growth &Development through Life Stages, A3 Emotional Development and covers all that's on the spec. It has a 14 page booklet you can add to or alter, which has presentation note pages for the 2 PowerPoints, activities and homework tasks so it's pretty engaging and the student can print it off and refer to sections themselves for revision. There is an exam with simplified mark scheme which allows for peer marking, to test their progression on this section The content includes:- Attachment to care-giver in infancy and early childhood: PowerPoint; theories of attachment; Bowlby (1953), Salter Ainsworth et al (1978) and Marris (1996) PowerPoint Schaffer and Emerson (1964)…. …to include types of attachment and disruptions to attachment. • Separation Anxiety • Maternal Deprivation and Privation • Stranger Anxiety The development and importance of self-concept:  definitions and factors involved in the development of a positive or negative self-esteem  definitions and factors involved in the development of a positive or negative self-image  Follow me on TES for more Unit 1 resource packages, both free and small charge - https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons and resources for other Units. Time is precious and the pressures on so treat yourself to pre-prepared resource packages and leave a review so others have your opinion on this resource package :-) Thank you Alison
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BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan Intro and A1 content

BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 1 Lifespan Intro and A1 content

This is a complete package that has a booklet and week by week programme for Unit one as well as an engaging 18 page booklet covering the A1 part of the spec, which you can add to or alter, getting students to print it off in advance of the lessons. There are 8 PowerPoints included covering all sections in more detail and having embedded videos and corresponding activities in the booklet to complete either as a classroom activity or a homework task. There are also relevant exam questions from past papers to get them in the swing. This booklet took two whole days to put together so it is guaranteed to save you time and enable you to mould resources to your own teaching style. There is also an mock exam paper for A1 and mark scheme to check progress too. Content covered Growth and development are different concepts:  principles of growth – growth is variable across different parts of the body and is measured using height, weight and dimensions  principles of development – development follows an orderly sequence and is the acquisition of skills and abilities. In infancy (0–2 years), the individual develops gross and fine motor skills: • the development of gross motor skills • the development of fine motor skills • milestones set for the development of the infant – sitting up, standing, cruising, walking. In early childhood (3–8 years), the individual further develops gross and fine motor skills:  riding a tricycle, running forwards and backwards, walking on a line, hopping on one foot, hops, skips and jumps confidently  turns pages of a book, buttons and unbuttons clothing, writes own name, joins up writing. In adolescence (9–18 years), the changes surrounding puberty: • development of primary and secondary sexual characteristics • the role of hormones in sexual maturity. In early adulthood (19–45 years), the individual reaches physical maturity:  physical strength peaks, pregnancy and lactation occur  perimenopause – oestrogen levels decrease, causing the ovaries to stop producing an egg each month. The reduction in oestrogen causes physical and emotional symptoms, to include hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido and vaginal dryness. In middle adulthood (46–65 years), the female enters menopause: • causes and effects of female menopause and the role of hormones in this o effects of the ageing process in middle adulthood. In later adulthood (65+ years), there are many effects of ageing:  health and intellectual abilities can deteriorate If you download it and like it, please leave me a review . I have lots of resources on TES so, follow me so you have them all in one place and can see when I add some more To follow me; https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons I hope you enjoy the time you've saved.... Thank you
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Cambridge Technical Unit 2 Learning Objective 3 Laws and Legislation for Individual Rights

Cambridge Technical Unit 2 Learning Objective 3 Laws and Legislation for Individual Rights

This package is SEVEN PowerPoints covering the different legislation in this Learning Objective, LO3; The Care Act 2014, Care Certificate 2014, The Children & Families Act 2014, The Data Protection Act, The Equality Act 2010, The Health & Safety Act 2012, The Children Act and the Mental Capacity Act. There is a card match activity and an activity for the Care Standards too. Follow me on TES and have a look through the range of resources and Unit 3 mock exam bundle https://www.tes.com/member/asiddons I hope you find something useful, happy teaching ​
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