Please find attached a set of resources I have created for the teaching of health and social care btec tech award - component 2 learning aim b role plays. These are designed for use with the authorized assignment briefs from BTEC.
They are easily editable and can be adapted for use by yourself or your class. This could easily be turned into a self or peer assessment tool for self/peer checking of role plays, or by use by an assessor when assessing role play performances.
This is a double lesson that I created for my GCSE Health and Social Care students on abuse/neglect and the impact this can have on growth/development. It goes through definitions of abuse, who abuses and uses Baby P as a case study - as well as exam style practice.
This is a lesson I created for my mixed ability GCSE y10 health and social care class who follow Edexcel exam board. This lesson was to help students drill down and show the impact menopause can have on an individual - as well as practice their exam technique. There is also a self assessment checklist included on one of the slides.
This is a lesson I prepared on an environmental issue which was graded 'outstanding' in an observation. This provides an introduction to the concept of fracking, as well as a balanced look at the pros/cons of its development. Included are full powerpoint, card sort template and twitter proforma and lesson plan. It is a fully differentiated lesson.
These are 3 starter lessons I use with my new year 9 health and social care GCSE groups to get them to think about health care in the UK. The first lesson focuses on definitions of health and wellbeing, the second is a lesson on NHS and health advancements and the third lesson is a controversial debate lesson on who should get health care on the cost of health care in the UK.
The comprehension home-learning activity is available to purchase separately.
This lesson is something I created to aid my students with their longer answer essay writing skills. It is based around a 10 mark question on adolescence and self concept. This is a complete lesson and the students found it exceptionally helpful.
This lesson was created for a mixed ability year 8 lesson in 'options week' to introduce them to GCSE Psychology. The focus of the lesson is on obedience. It is fully differentiated and contains video clips and kinaesthetic tasks.
This is a complete 35 page homework revision booklet to prepare year 11 students for their GCSE Health and Social Care Unit 1 examination. This could also be used as a revision guide for students near to their mock exams, or final GCSE exams.
This could easily be adapted to other specifications e.g. AQA GCSE or BTEC.
Included in this resource are 20 separate themed tasks covering all of Unit 1 e.g. lifestyle choices, self-concept, development through 6 life stages, relationships etc. There is also peer assessment opportunities throughout.
There are a number of key word based questions, case study questions and exam style short and long answer questions.
This is a group assessment activity that I created for my year 9 Health and Social Care class. It is designed to take upto 3-5 lessons and provides a different style of assessment.
Included is a powerpoint with full instructions, full grade criteria and 2 worksheets for students to complete.
This is a 2 lesson mini SOW that I created for my y8 PSHE class following a 'healthy lifestyles' module.
The first lesson is an introduction to healthy lifestyles and the second is on personal hygiene.
This lesson gained outstanding during an observation to a KS3 class. Would be great as a 'one off' lesson, or taster lesson for Religious Studies.
The lesson brief was to create a lesson on a topical religious / moral issue. Therefore, this lesson looks at the Asher's bakery 'gay cake debate' case and combines with a discussion of human rights / Christian beliefs on marriage.
This is a set of stickers I created for my Health and Social Care GCSE class to improve the quality of marking and actually cut down on my workload as I was writing the same comments in each book. The students also use these for peer assessment too - which they find extremely helpful.
- PEIL stickers to remind students to formulate PEIL paragraphs in their extended writing
- PIES stickers to remind students on the correct useage of PIES
- Depth stickers
- A/A* booster stickers
Included are A4 sheets of 21 stickers that easily print off on a standard school printer without the need to send to reprographics. These stickers are designed to be printed on YPO's 21 sticker sheet but should also fit a Avery etc which are available on Amazon.
These stickers are also fully editable too - so you can create your own stickers to meet the needs of your students.
This is an exam technique mat that I made for my y10 GCSE Health and Social Care Students following single and double Edexcel GCSE.
It includes a structure 'PEIL' to help them create in-depth points for 8 and 10 mark questions.
Obviously, I have removed some of the info. for the preview picture!
I have this laminated and students use this each lesson to hone their exam skills.
This is a complete double lesson on later adulthood (65+) designed for my students who are studying Unit 1 of Edexcel's GCSE in Health and Social Care.
The first half of the lesson is based on physical changes and the second half on the other aspects of development. There is also opportunities for literacy / reading.
This is a double lesson that I created for my GCSE Health and Social Care students to revisit diet and nutrition - looking at the impact of diet on health, balanced diet (updated for 2016) and a differentiated consolidation task with peer assessment. It requires a copy of the blue/orange Folen's Edexcel GCSE textbook for one of the tasks.
These are three random lessons I use when teaching infancy at the start of 'human lifespan development' modules of work. Obviously, this will need supplementing with your own lessons on PIES development in infancy.
* a double lesson on 'baby shopping list' - which allows students to get to grips with a baby's needs. The students love this introduction into infancy and they usually are very excited about these lessons!
* a consolidation lesson on milestones/guide to infancy to bring together their knowledge on infancy. This is differentiated for all levels.
* a lesson on bonding and attachment in infancy
This is a lesson I created for a mixed ability KS3 class on contraceptive methods. It is a kinesthetic lesson designed to last 1 hour. It covers what contraception / birth control means and a variety of different methods.
- a set of 'contraceptive' detective cards with detail 9 different methods of contraception.
- contraceptive detective worksheet for carousel activity.
- lesson slides (using activ inspire, not powerpoint!)
- birth control worksheet (differentiated SEN sheet included too)
Please note the lesson is not on a powerpoint - it is on 'ACTIV inspire'.
This is an interview lesson I prepared on an environmental issue for my first teaching post. I decided to focus on the topical issue of fracking. This provides an introduction to the concept, as well as a balanced look at the pros/cons of its development.