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I am a psychology teacher in a sixth form college. I have a website www.psychbug.co.uk for the past 3 years. I decided to sell my presentations in a form that can be edited and other resources to raise funds for a charity in The Gambia http://www.kabafitafund.org.uk/ . The money raised this academic year will be used to start a chicken farm to provide a village with eggs (full of proteins and vitamin A)

I am a psychology teacher in a sixth form college. I have a website www.psychbug.co.uk for the past 3 years. I decided to sell my presentations in a form that can be edited and other resources to raise funds for a charity in The Gambia http://www.kabafitafund.org.uk/ . The money raised this academic year will be used to start a chicken farm to provide a village with eggs (full of proteins and vitamin A)
AQA psychology Aggression
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AQA psychology Aggression

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This bundle contains the whole of the module, description and evaluation of all the models and theories. The evaluations also include relevant issues and debates points. There are also links to video and articles, and starters/plenaries for each topic. All the presentations contain questions which can be used for a more active learning on the part of the students. These can be removed with altering the presentations.
AQA psychology- Guide to writing essays
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AQA psychology- Guide to writing essays

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This guide contains advice to students for writing essays. This is based on my experience as a teacher marking what feels at times like hundreds of essays every week often repeating the same thing from one student to the next so I have decided to write all this in a booklet which I have given out at the beginning of the year and has made a difference. I have adapted resources I had from the previous syllabus and read all the advice given by the exam board on courses and on line. Also included is a list of linking words for description, elaboration, comparison …. which is often something students struggle with.
Biopsychology-Lesson Split-brain research
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Biopsychology-Lesson Split-brain research

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This resource contains a lesson plan, presentation, class activity and plenary on Split-brain research. It uses a short video available on youtube . The link to is on the lesson plan and the presentation. The plenary is a spot and correct the mistake description of the research. For use for year 2 biopsychology module.
Attachment: Explanations of attachment -learning theory and Bowlby's theory
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Attachment: Explanations of attachment -learning theory and Bowlby's theory

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This pack contains a presentation which explains the two theories and an activity worksheet which covers the two explanations of attachment: the learning theory of attachment and Bowlby’s theory. I have used these resources a lot and the students like the worksheet as they feel reassured that they have not missed anything important in their notes. They are also very useful for cover!
AQA psychology year 1 & year 2 mindmaps
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AQA psychology year 1 & year 2 mindmaps

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Mind maps for all the topics in year 1 and all the compulsory topics in year 2. There are also mind maps for some of the options in year 2: aggression, cognition and development, gender, schizophrenia, stress forensic psychology, eating behaviour and addiction. They were made using the simplemind app so they are pictures. They can be cut and pasted in any documents, they can also be resized. They are useful to introduce a topic but also to help the students organise their notes and revisions.
AQA psychology Cognition and development- Social cognition
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AQA psychology Cognition and development- Social cognition

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This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. You will find the descriptions and evaluation of Selman’s stages of perspective-taking, theory of mind and mirror neurons. Most of the topics have links to short videos (details in the notes below the slide) and two articles to deepen understanding and gain depth in evaluation. Also included are three activities which can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
AQA- Forensic Psychology
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AQA- Forensic Psychology

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This bundle contains the whole of the module, description and evaluation of all the models and theories. The evaluations also include relevant issues and debates points. There are also links to video and articles. Also included are activities and summary tables for the students to complete. All the presentations contain questions which can be used for a more active learning on the part of the students. These can be removed with altering the presentations.
AQA psychology- Forensic psychology: dealing with offender behaviour
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AQA psychology- Forensic psychology: dealing with offender behaviour

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This pack contains a presentation with all the information needed for the specifications: custodial sentencing, token economy, anger management and restorative justice. There are questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. There are also links to extra material (video & article) the details of which are in the notes below the slide. They can be used as part of a lesson or as a base for flipped lessons. Also included are four activities that can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
Approaches to psychology - AQA
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Approaches to psychology - AQA

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This is a long presentation containing the whole module. It is clearly divided into subsections. it can be used as part of lessons or as revision. it can be edited to include your studies/examples.
AQA Psychology Cognition and development- Cognitive development
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AQA Psychology Cognition and development- Cognitive development

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This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. You will find the descriptions and evaluations of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and Baillargeon’s explanations of infant abilities. All the topics have links to short videos (details in the notes below the slide). Also included are five activities which can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
Issues and debates in psychology  AQA
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Issues and debates in psychology AQA

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This is a long presentation containing the whole module. it is subdivided in clear sections. It can be used in lesson or as a revision tool. it can be edited to include your own examples/ studies and your own activities.
AQA-Addiction Reducing Addiction &Application of theories of behaviour change to addictive behaviour
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AQA-Addiction Reducing Addiction &Application of theories of behaviour change to addictive behaviour

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This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. You will find the descriptions of the treatments of addiction(drugs, CBT and behavioural interventions) and evaluations including issues and debates. Most of the topics have links to short videos (details in the notes below the slide). Also included are five activities, one for each topic, which can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
Issues and debates- Gender bias lesson AQA
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Issues and debates- Gender bias lesson AQA

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This contains a lesson plan, a presentation, a worksheet (activity for the students to carry out during the lesson) and a plenary. Introduces the concepts of gender bias, alpha and beta bias and is designed to make the students think of the consequences of gender bias in psychology.
AQA psychology- gender
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AQA psychology- gender

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This bundle covers the whole of the module, descriptions and evaluations of all the theories and models including issues and debates points. They can be edited to add your own studies or activities. They can be used as part of lessons and/or as revision tools. It also contains starter/plenary activities covering each part of the topic and a blockbuster activity which can be done individually or as a class activity using the presentation.
AQA Psychology- Sources of stress, measuring stress, individual differences
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AQA Psychology- Sources of stress, measuring stress, individual differences

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This presentation covers the sources of stress including life events, daily hassles and work place stress, measuring stress and individual differences including personality types and hardiness. It contains the explanations and evaluations of theories and studies. This can be used as part of lessons or as a revision tool.
AQA psychology Aggression Institutional aggression Media influences on aggression
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AQA psychology Aggression Institutional aggression Media influences on aggression

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Institutional aggression in the context of prisons(Dispositional explanations – Importation Model and Situational explanations – Deprivation Model) and Media influences on aggression (Desensitisation, disinhibition, cognitive priming and Effects of computer games). This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. There are also links to extra material (videos and an article) the details of which are in the notes below the slide. Also included are four activities that can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.
Issues and debates: the nature-nurture debate lesson
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Issues and debates: the nature-nurture debate lesson

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This lesson covers the nature-nurture debate, the interactionist approach and the implications for society. It also introduces epignetics. It uses a short video from youtube to explain epignetics (Jim Fallon). It includes activities, class discussions and a plenary. It has been tested on my students, they showed a very good understanding of the issues during the plenary and became very passionate about the societal implications.
AQA psychology Aggression Social psychological explanations of aggression
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AQA psychology Aggression Social psychological explanations of aggression

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This pack contains a presentation with questions that can be used for a more active lesson or deleted if you choose to without affecting the core of the presentation. You will find the descriptions of the social psychological explanations of aggression (Frustration-aggression hypothesis, Social learning theory (SLT), De-individuation) and evaluations including issues and debates. There are also links to extra material (a video and an article) the details of which are in the notes below the slide. Also included are three activities that can be used as starters or plenaries or for revision.