A 51-slide PowerPoint that covers revision of the first 5 topics (Unit 1). These topics are: memory, NVC, personality, stereotyping and research methods. It contains summary posters and guidance as well as keyword matching activities and exam practice. Works well with the AQA GCSE revision guide I have uploaded.
15 lessons covering the new GCSE AQA Psychology specification Memory topic. Designed for use by a non-specialist so includes model answers alongside exam practice. A variety of activities including information hunts, gap fills, replicating studies and information sorts. Starter and plenary included in each lesson. SOW also included. (Worksheets used alongside these lessons are uploaded as a separate resource - Free to download)
A 45 page revision guide for the last cohort sitting their AQA GCSE Psychology exam in May/June 2018. I have given this to my students and have received positive feedback.
Evaluation guide (Using an acronym to help evaluate [STEAM])
Revision advice (i.e. top tips)
Key studies for EVERY topic (Memory, NVC, Personality, SPaD, Learning, Social Influence, Sex and Gender and Aggression)
Key words for EVERY topic (Memory, NVC, Personality, SPaD, Learning, Social Influence, Sex and Gender and Aggression, RM and Further RM)
Space incorporated for additional revision
This took me hours to make and is approximately 11,000 words. A valuable time saving resource for you to use.
A poster that can be printed and given to students to encourage greater use of keywords, knowledge of command words and effective evaluation.
It contains a list of key words for the memory, perception and development topics as well as the title of the key studies required for each topic. It has an evaluation diagram on there to encourage students to ‘build’ their evaluation and also a description of what the three main command words are (describe, apply, evaluate). My students love this and refer to it often.
3 posters to illustrate what psychology is about!
First poster: An overview of the exams, what topics are covered, what subjects “go with” psychology and a description of what psychology is.
Second poster: A display of questions relating to each topic covered in Year 1 (Unit 1).
Third poster: A display of questions relating to each topic covered in Year 2 (Unit 2).
A collection of resources aimed at students in their 2nd year of study, sitting the AQA A-level Psycholgy exam. Each statistical test is covered over 2 pages within the 21-page booklet and involves students working through each test. The 21-page booklet is student friendly and has step-by-step instructions as well as extra guidance on each PowerPoint dedicated to each statistical test.
PLEASE NOTE: This does not cover the sign test as this is taught in Year 1.
It covers the inferential statistics part of research methods, including:
Choosing a statistical test
Probability and significance (including type 1 and 2 errors)
To be used alongside the pink-haired girl book! Suitable for beginners to statistics, easy to follow along.
A 4-page booklet and a PowerPoint that covers the introduction to research methods:
A starter activity - mind map of “what do we need to consider when conducting research?”
Covers key terms such as aim, hypothesis, IV, DV, operationalise
AfL practice throughout
Covers the experimental method
Easy to follow along, step by step PowerPoint to fill in the 4-page booklet. Helps students to structure their notes.
6 revision posters that cover each approach required for AQA A-level exams.
Space for students to write main assumptions, key words, evaluation as well as links to debates.
A 12-page booklet for students to fill in.
It looks at the six explanations for offender behaviour as well as space to evaluate:
Genetic and neural
Differential association theory
Also contains an 8-page booklet for students to fill in.
It looks at the four ways of dealing with offender behaviour as well as space to evaluate: