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Licensed LEGO-based therapy trainer and facilitator. Working in a hospital school. Teaching GCSE Psychology. Former Researcher and Lecturer in Psychology.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 8 - Psychological Problems - Theories of Addiction
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 8 - Psychological Problems - Theories of Addiction

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This is Lesson 8: Theories of Addiction For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 2 - Psychological Problems - Effects of Mental Health
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 2 - Psychological Problems - Effects of Mental Health

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This is Lesson 2: Effects of Mental Health For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 7 - Psychological Problems - Characteristics of Addiction
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 7 - Psychological Problems - Characteristics of Addiction

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This is Lesson 7: Characteristics of Addiction For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Full Topic - Lessons 1-9 in Psychological Problems
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Full Topic - Lessons 1-9 in Psychological Problems

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This are Lessons 1-9 in Psychological Problems For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. They are a series of powerpoint presentations that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. They can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. The multiple choice questions from the book are also included, so that they can be used as separate slides or handouts. Key vocabulary is always identified in red within the slides. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 1 - Psychological Problems - Introduction to Mental Health
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 1 - Psychological Problems - Introduction to Mental Health

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This is Lesson 1: Introduction to Mental Health For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 9 - Psychological Problems - Interventions for Addiction
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 9 - Psychological Problems - Interventions for Addiction

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This is Lesson 9: Interventions for Addiction For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 4 - Psychological Problems - Biological Theories of Depression
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 4 - Psychological Problems - Biological Theories of Depression

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This is Lesson 4: Biological Theories of Depression For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 5 - Psychological Problems - Psychological Theories of Depression
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 5 - Psychological Problems - Psychological Theories of Depression

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This is Lesson 5: Psychological Theories of Depression For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Psychological Problems - Check It Questions
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Psychological Problems - Check It Questions

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For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus: Psychological Problems These slides are a copy of the “check it” questions that are form part of each topic in the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. You can use this as a standalone set of slides or as handouts. When teaching, rather than asking students to answer these questions following the completion of a topic (as in the book), I stagger the check-it questions so that there is always a break between the learning and the questions. Students will constantly be revisiting topics at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students may complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the learning for “Effects of Mental Health Problems”. The whole topic is also available, with complete lesson slides, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Psychological Problems - Multiple Choice Questions
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Psychological Problems - Multiple Choice Questions

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For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus: Psychological Problems These slides are a copy of the multiple choice questions from the Pyschological Problems topic in the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. You can use this as a standalone set of slides, or as handouts. They can be used for revision, as a memory jogger, or to revisit topics and embed learning. The whole topic is also available, with complete lesson slides, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 3 - Psychological Problems - Characteristics of Clinical Depression
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 3 - Psychological Problems - Characteristics of Clinical Depression

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This is Lesson 3: Characteristics of Clinical Depression For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.
AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 6 - Psychological Problems - Interventions for Depression
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson 6 - Psychological Problems - Interventions for Depression

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This is Lesson 6: Interventions for Depression For the NEW AQA GCSE Psychology Syllabus These slides follow the AQA syllabus, lesson objectives, and the AQA Illuminate Publishing Psychology textbook. It is a powerpoint presentation that will guide you through the topic, with tasks included. It can be used for whole class teaching, or potentially for independent work. The check-it questions from the AQA book are included as a task within the slides. Rather than answer these questions following the completion of a topic, the check-it questions are staggered so that students will be revisiting a topic at a later date, as a memory jogger and to embed learning. For example, students will complete the “Introduction to Mental Health” questions after they have completed the “Effects of Mental Health Problems” learning. Key vocabulary is always identified in red. Students are encouraged to copy these down and keep their own list of key vocabulary in the same colour. The whole topic is also available, which includes the check-it questions, and multiple choice questions from the book that can be used as separate slides / handouts. I am a former Lecturer and Researcher in Psychology, and currently teaching GCSE Psychology to the AQA specification.