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Resources from a Head of Psychology teaching Edexcel A Level and GCSE Psychology, with previous experience teaching BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health and Social Care

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Resources from a Head of Psychology teaching Edexcel A Level and GCSE Psychology, with previous experience teaching BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health and Social Care
BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 2 Learning Aim B Component Guide Level 1/2
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BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 2 Learning Aim B Component Guide Level 1/2

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This is a component guide for BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Level 1/2 - Component 2 understand the different types of health and social care services and the barriers to accessing them, learning aim B demonstrate care values and review own practice. The document contains: Assessment criteria Command word definitions Specification content (from BTEC) Assignment brief task instructions and demonstration contexts (from BTEC) Section 1 guidance - defining care values and demonstration plans B.1P3/B.1M3/B.2P3 Section 2 guidance - describing positive and negative aspects of demonstrations B.2M2/B.2D2/B.2P4 Section 3 guidance - suggesting improvements B.2M2/B.2D2 Learning aim B checklist Marking guidelines (from BTEC) The booklet contains checklists for what students need to include alongside tips and example paragraphs for guidance. Please note that this document is intended as an overview of the work that students are required to produce for their portfolio work. This is not a booklet that would teach students the component taught content. This will support students in ensuring they have covered the required content when writing up their portfolio submission.
Edexcel A Level Psychology unit checklists
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Edexcel A Level Psychology unit checklists

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Unit checklists for Edexcel A Level (or AS) Psychology - can be given to students when beginning each unit, to be used as a checklist to cross off when they have studied each topic. Or could be used as a revision tracker. Includes unit checklists for: Social Cognitive Biological Learning Clinical Criminal
BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 1 Learning Aim B Component Guide Level 1/2
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BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 1 Learning Aim B Component Guide Level 1/2

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This is a component guide for BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Level 1/2 - Component 1 Human Lifespan Development, Learning Aim B Investigate how individuals deal with life events. The document contains: Assessment criteria Command word definitions Assignment brief task instructions (from BTEC) Interviewing friends/family guidance Interview consent forms Section 1 guidance - explanation of life events and their impact B.1P3/B.1M3/B.2P3 Section 2 guidance - explanation of support given B.1P4/B.1M4/B.2P4 Section 3 guidance - comparing and assessing adaptations and the role of support B.2M2/B.2D2 Learning aim B checklist Marking guidelines (from BTEC) The booklet contains checklists for what students need to include alongside tips and example paragraphs for guidance. Please note that this document is intended as an overview of the work that students are required to produce for their portfolio work. This is not a booklet that would teach students the component taught content. This will support students in ensuring they have covered the required content when writing up their portfolio submission.
Edexcel GCSE Psychology 9-1 Unit Checklists
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Edexcel GCSE Psychology 9-1 Unit Checklists

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RAG checklists for students to use for Edexcel GCSE Psychology 9-1 specification: Paper 1: Memory Brain Development Psychological problems Social influence Paper 2: Research methods Criminal psychology Sleep and dreaming
BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 2 Learning Aim A Component Guide Level 1/2
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BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 2 Learning Aim A Component Guide Level 1/2

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This is a component guide for BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Level 1/2 - Component 2 Health and Social Care Services and Values, Learning Aim A: understand the different types of health and social care services and barriers to accessing them. The document contains: Assessment criteria Command word definitions Specification content (from BTEC) Verna and Sam Williams case studies (from BTEC) Assignment brief task instructions (from BTEC) Section 1 guidance - explanation of how services meet needs A.1P1/A.1M1/A.2P1 (local examples provided for Kent and can be edited for your local area) Section 2 guidance - explanation of barriers A.1P2/A.1M2/A.2P2 Section 3 guidance - analysing/assessing the suitability of services and barriers A.2M1/A.2D1 Marking guidelines (from BTEC) The booklet contains checklists for what students need to include alongside tips and example paragraphs for guidance. Please note that this document is intended as an overview of the work that students are required to produce for their portfolio work. This is not a booklet that would teach students the component taught content. This will support students in ensuring they have covered the required content when writing up their portfolio submission.
BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 1 Learning Aim A Student Guide Level 1/2
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BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Component 1 Learning Aim A Student Guide Level 1/2

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This is a component guide for BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Level 1/2 - Component 1 Human Lifespan Development, Learning Aim A Understand human growth and development across life stages and the factors that affect it. The document contains: Assessment criteria Command word definitions Assignment brief task instructions (from BTEC) Title page and introduction guidance Section 1 guidance - growth and development over time A.1P1/A.1M1/A.2P1 Section 2 guidance - factors affecting development A.1P2/A.1M2/A.2P2 Section 3 guidance - comparing the impact of factors across three life stages A.2M1/A.2D1 Section 4 guidance - assessing the changing impact of factors across three life stages A.2D1 Learning aim A checklist Marking guidelines (from BTEC) The booklet contains checklists for what students need to include alongside tips and example paragraphs for guidance. Please note that this document is intended as an overview of the work that students are required to produce for their portfolio work. This is not a booklet that would teach students the component taught content. This will support students in ensuring they have covered the required content when writing up their portfolio submission.
Psychology GCSE A Level Learning Journey
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Psychology GCSE A Level Learning Journey

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This PowerPoint is a visual learning journey to display to students to help them to articulate their “learning journey” of Psychology. The resource covers KS3, 4 and 5 and can easily be adapted as required to suit your school’s programme of study. The individual topics covered in this resource relate to Edexcel GCSE and A Level Psychology, but again, these can be edited to suit different units for other specifications.
BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Two Introduction Lessons - What is HSC and portfolios
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BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Two Introduction Lessons - What is HSC and portfolios

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This PowerPoint contains two lessons to introduce year 9/10 students to BTEC Tech Award Level 1/2 Health and Social Care: Introduction to Level 1/Level 2 BTEC Tech Award Health and Social Care Why did you choose HSC? Course overview Command words matching task Defining what HSC is HSC services Care thorughout the lifespan Homework task - research a career BTEC Portfolios What is a portfolio? Common errors Referencing and plagiarism Plagiarism - true/false quiz Portfolio guidelines
A Level Psychology Writing Frames Posters
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A Level Psychology Writing Frames Posters

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A Level (or could be used for GCSE) Psychology writing frames posters, for display in the classroom or for use in student exercise books/folders. Designed with Edexcel in mind, but could be used for any specification. The poster pack includes: Describing a study using APRC Evaluating a study using GRAVE Describing a theory using CC Evaluating a theory using SODA Writing a paragraph using PEEL Essay types (Edexcel A Level specific - remove if using other specifications) Concluding an essay
Edexcel A Level Psychology Research Methods revision pack Paper 3
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Edexcel A Level Psychology Research Methods revision pack Paper 3

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A revision framework for students to complete (please note this is a revision booklet for students to complete, not a revision guide) - covering description and evaluation of all Research Methods topics required for Paper 3. The Word Document contains a title page, extract from the specification and revision framework pages with subtitles such as description, strengths, weaknesses and examples. This could be set as independent work for students to complete as a revision activity after being taught research methods in the classroom, and is a great resource for virtual learning/an extended homework project. It could also be completed as a group or whole-class activity in the classroom.
Edexcel A Level Psychology Issues and Debates Comparing Themes Scenario Workshop
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Edexcel A Level Psychology Issues and Debates Comparing Themes Scenario Workshop

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Designed for Edexcel A Level Psychology, Paper 3 Section C 12marker preparation. Contains: Lesson PowerPoint Essay titles Worksheet + free follow-up lesson/extended homework activity PowerPoint Students work in groups to apply theories to unseen scenario questions, and evaluate their usefulness in explaining the scenario, to prepare them for AO1/AO2/AO3 scenario evaluate 12markers for Paper 3 Section C, referred to as “DEAC” essays in the PowerPoint.
Edexcel A Level Psychology Individual Differences Developmental Psychology bundle
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Edexcel A Level Psychology Individual Differences Developmental Psychology bundle

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Designed for Edexcel A Level Psychology to help students prepare for their A Level Paper 1, in relation to the Individual Differences and Developmental Psychology topics from all Paper 1 units: Social, cognitive, biological and learning theories. I used these resources over a series of 5 online virtual lessons, two for students to create a summary for individual differences, two for students to create a summary for developmental psychology and one for practicing related exam questions. The tasks could obviously be adapted to be group tasks for face to face teaching. Differentiation provided through structured support sheet and detailed exemplars. Lesson pack contains: PowerPoint presentations to support students in reviewing the content and creating their own summaries (x2) Support sheets to help students summarise the content (x2) Detailed exemplar grids with all ID and Dev Psych content summarised (x2) ID/Dev Psych practice exam questions Word Document
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology course promotion bundle
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology course promotion bundle

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This bundle is suitable for the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology specification and includes the following: Assembly PowerPoint to promote the GCSE course to year 8/9 students Taster session PowerPoint used in conjunction with a “brain hat” activity (brain hat worksheet not included as this is not mine - but easily found online for free) Subject overview leaflets to hand out during options evenings, taster sessions or assemblies Options evening display resources Full descriptions of each resource: ITEM 1: Assembly PowerPoint to promote the GCSE course to year 8/9 students PowerPoint presentation for a brief overview of the course and student suitability for GCSE 9-1 Edexcel Psychology. This PowerPoint could be used for a year 8 or 9 assembly, or could be used at the beginning of a GCSE Psychology taster session. ITEM 2: Taster session PowerPoint used in conjunction with a “brain hat” activity (brain hat worksheet not included as this is not mine - but easily found online for free) This is a PowerPoint to support a “taster” session with year 8 or 9 students, before they choose to study Psychology at GCSE level. This PowerPoint is suitable for the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology specification. The PowerPoint encourages students to define Psychology themselves, discusses a definition of Psychology, briefly overviews the course topics and structure and then supports students to engage with a brain hat creation activity. *Please note that the 3D brain hat worksheet is not included in this resource, as this is not my work - but it is readily available for free online from a quick search. * Please note that an extension activity directs students to use the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Psychology textbook - this can easily be removed if you do not have the textbooks accessible for students. ITEM 3: Subject overview leaflets to hand out during options evenings, taster sessions or assemblies ITEM 4: Options evening display resources This is a selection of printable pages to create a options evening display to advertise GCSE 9-1 Edexcel Psychology to year 8/9 students/parents thinking of studying the course. The document includes: An overview A4 page for each unit (criminal and sleep optional units included here) A4 brain image (or can be printed in A3) and unit titles (could be stuck around the brain image with string) QR code for the Pearson GCSE Psychology website Quotes about why students choose to study Psychology A4 page overview of what Psychology is A4 page about what the course requires A4 page about assessment GCSE Psychology labels Just print, laminate and you’re ready to go!
Psychology student key rings memes leaving gifts
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Psychology student key rings memes leaving gifts

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Editable printable template for Psychology student double-sided key rings. Replace with your school name and student graduation year. These have gone down very well with students and are a cheap but effective end of year gift to give out before examinations or at a results day. Simply buy some blank rectangular key rings which can be bought in bulk from websites like Amazon or Ebay, and place inside two cut outs - one image and one school name.
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology Taster Session
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology Taster Session

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This is a PowerPoint to support a “taster” session with year 8 or 9 students, before they choose to study Psychology at GCSE level. This PowerPoint is suitable for the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Psychology specification. The PowerPoint encourages students to define Psychology themselves, discusses a definition of Psychology, briefly overviews the course topics and structure and then supports students to engage with a brain hat creation activity. *Please note that the 3D brain hat worksheet is not included in this resource, as this is not my work - but it is readily available for free online from a quick search. * Please note that an extension activity directs students to use the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Psychology textbook - this can easily be removed if you do not have the textbooks accessible for students.
Mary Seacole Health and Social Care research BLM Black History Month
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Mary Seacole Health and Social Care research BLM Black History Month

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This is a lesson originally used with Key Stage 4 Health and Social Care students within Black History Month (October) where students watch a documentary about Mary Seacole, and discuss why it is important that we remember her contributions to the field. The lesson itself is students watching the documentary, to be followed by a homework task to create a newspaper article about Mary. This could be developed into another lesson.
Sixth form new tutor registration group ice breaker human bingo game
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Sixth form new tutor registration group ice breaker human bingo game

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Bing card for a getting to know you activity. Students are each given an identical bingo card and have to talk with one another to identify a student that meets the criteria for each box - ideally, a different student per box. Winner is the fastest to complete their bingo card. Reviewing the “answers” as a class facilitates students sharing more information about themselves.