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Resources to help mainly teaching Psychology and Sociology at A-Level and GCSE. I often use tables and notes sheets to aid revision and help students organise their learning

Resources to help mainly teaching Psychology and Sociology at A-Level and GCSE. I often use tables and notes sheets to aid revision and help students organise their learning
Option 4 - Sport and Exercise Psychology. Topic 2 - Exercise and Mental Health.
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Option 4 - Sport and Exercise Psychology. Topic 2 - Exercise and Mental Health.

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This resource contains everything you need to deliver Topic 2 of the Sport and Exercise Psychology option on the OCR A-Level Psychology Specification. The lesson is presented on a plain background, for easy adaptation. It contains starters and activities for the background and application of the topic, and ends on a homework suggestion. It also contains a worksheet for the key research ensuring students have a detailed understanding of this. This can be purchased as part of a bundle with the other 5 Topics within this Option. This is delivered alongside the Oxford Press textbook.
Career Planning
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Career Planning

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3x activities to get students thinking about what they want/do not want from a job leading to deciding on career plans
Applied Psychology Revision
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Applied Psychology Revision

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An A3 sheet giving students space to include all of the background, research and application of each Applied Psychology topic. Focus on evaluation elements of the specification
Recap on Tables and Graphs
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Recap on Tables and Graphs

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A lesson and activity sheet for students on A-Level Psychology who need to recap how to complete basic tables and graphs from GCSE maths. This lesson uses results from some of the core studies as well as results collected as a class making the lesson more interactive.
Collection of Stretch and Challenge/Revision Activities
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Collection of Stretch and Challenge/Revision Activities

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A collection of activities that make students consider and analyse information they have learnt and use it in new ways. These can be used as plenaries or starters, I print them all off and have copies at the front of the class for students to pick and choose from. Some are psychology and sociology specific but many can be adapted to any subject and topic
Option 2  - Criminal Psychology. Topic 1 - What Makes a Criminal.
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Option 2 - Criminal Psychology. Topic 1 - What Makes a Criminal.

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This resource contains everything you need to deliver Topic 1 of the Criminal Psychology option on the OCR A-Level Psychology Specification. The lesson is presented on a plain background, for easy adaptation. It contains starters and activities for the background and application of the topic, and ends on a homework suggestion. It also contains a worksheet for the key research ensuring students have a detailed understanding of this. This can be purchased as part of a bundle with the other 5 Topics within this Option. This is delivered alongside the Oxford Press textbook.
Option 2 - Criminal Psychology
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Option 2 - Criminal Psychology

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A full set of lessons to cover the entire Criminal Psychology Unit of OCR Psychology. Lessons contain information, activities and videos looking at the background and application of each topic. They also contain activity worksheets to enable students to gain a detailed understanding of the key research. Suggested homework is given at the end of each topic. This is designed to be taught alongside the Oxford Press textbook
Psychology of Relationships - Matching Hypothesis Experiment
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Psychology of Relationships - Matching Hypothesis Experiment

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This is a complete activity for testing Matching Hypothesis. It is a chance for students to take the lead on some actual psychological research and better understand the ideas behind matching hypothesis. In groups students must choose and experimenter. They ask everyone else to rate the attractiveness of the photos on the 'Photo Rating Survey' and record this in the table on the 'Rating Tables' sheet. A score of 1-10 should be agreed in the group. Using simply maths of averages the experimenter then calculates if the 'real couples' are more or less closely rated on attractiveness than the 'posed couples'. The calculation is explained at the end of the 'Rating Tables' sheet.
Revision Activity - Which information is important?
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Revision Activity - Which information is important?

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A revision activity that encourages students to break down the information they have learnt either on a topic or in a lesson. This asks students to consider the most important information and what the main content is. This can also help them create revision notes, or can be used as a starter or plenary I have also uploaded a whole bank of stretch and challenge activities like this that can be used in a variety of ways
Sociological Perspectives - Revision Activity
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Sociological Perspectives - Revision Activity

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This is a different activity for a revision lesson of Sociology and Families. Print each set of cards on a different colour and cut them up. Students then take a 'View Point Card' and must explain, from this view point, what they think of their selected 'What is your opinion of' card. If they get it right they win the pair, if not they have to choose a different 'What is your opinion of' card. This could also be played as role play, or to help students structure essays. There are blank cards on each set where students can add any topics they also feel important
Psychological Debates Rating Scales
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Psychological Debates Rating Scales

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A quick revision activity asking students to place each of the core studies along a scale for each debate. I extend this by getting them to justify their answers and have a class discussion where students may have come to different conclusions. Finally we use this to build exam style answers
Core Studies Quiz
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Core Studies Quiz

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A simple,5 round quiz, to test students knowledge on the first 10 Core Studies for OCR Psychology. Round 1 is based on 'Who am I' and students must name the researcher. Rounds 2 and 3 are based on the background, samples and procedures respectively. Round 4 is a numbers round, the question is a number and students must identify which study and what this number represents. Round 4 is about results and conclusions
Business Plan
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Business Plan

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This is a break down of a business plan for students to work towards when considering how businesses work and making money. I used it to make some charity fundraising activities more structured