Complete set of resources for the psychodynamic approach lesson from the Approaches in Psychology topic for AQA Psychology A-Level (2015 specification 4.2.1: The psychodynamic approach: the role of the unconscious, the structure of personality, that is ID, ego and superego, defence mechanisms including repression, denial and displacement,
psychosexual stages). Created by a consistently outstanding ALPS 2 Psychology teacher with 7 years of A-Level Psychology teaching experience. Resources include the full PowerPoint of the lesson with learning objectives and differentiated success criteria, information sheets, worksheets and relevant exam questions. These resources cover all of the elements of the specification for this part of the topic. The activities are differentiated based on a bronze, silver, gold medal system with the gold level tasks being the most challenging. These activities cover the knowledge, application and evaluation skills of the course. Additional challenge tasks are included to really stretch the top end. Exam questions have been sourced for the lesson and include reference to the paper they originated from so that mark schemes can be found quickly and easily. The questions cover the range of skills for the lesson. To preview the quality of my content, please see my Psychology teaching and learning blog: http://flmpsychologypedagogy.blogspot.com/ If you purchase the topic and would like any hints and tips about the activities provided, please do not hesitate to contact me through my blog.