A tree layout in A3 that can be used for any topic as a recap or a team building exercise such as what makes learners confident. Word document with heart shapes also included. Used for unit Personal Confidence and Self-Awareness.
Document that provides learners with an overall notes structure to support them with note building towards PART B of their exam.
Useful knowledge organisers for some of the theories/models of behavior change covered in unit 8: promoting public health part of BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Health and Social care.
It includes a power point, a class activity and a task that can be used as an initial assessment, c overing one of the questions that is usually included in the exam.
A unit checklist so that both learners and teachers can track what has been covered and the levels of confidence with the topics covered. it includes an action plan so that learners can list what they need to do to become more confident or revise for related to specific areas. It can be edited to suit the type of learners you have better.
Recap activity that can be used by learners to revise topics linked to Unit 4: Enquiries into Current Research in Health and Social Care. Questions can be changed accordingly to needs of the group. Different colour cells can be awarded different points and learners can answer questions as a competition which might help them be more engaged in the lesson.
Worksheet that helps learners recap previous knowledge on personal confidence and service users that may struggle with their self-esteem and self-image. Used n unit Personal Confidence and Self-Awareness.
Document that provides learners with an overall notes checklist to support them with note building towards PART B of their exam.
Unit 4: Enquiries into Current Research in Health and Social Care Example of what could be used as an initial assessment to establish learners’ ability to find crucial information in an article, in order to identify key data that they will need to know to develop their answers in their exam. Have attached article for example but can be used with any article the tutor finds more relevant.
Describe health and social care situations which can feel uncomfortable and explain reasons why some health and social care situations can feel uncomfortable