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Btec Tech Award Health & Social Care. Component 2
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Btec Tech Award Health & Social Care. Component 2

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This is heavily based on the Btec Scheme of Work. It is a series of differentiated lessons (questions based on Must, Should, Could & HAG - Have A Go). Lessons are based on the Pearson textbook with questions around the content. PLCs are in for each Learning Aim and there are prep' sheets for the authorised assignments. Nothing revolutionary, but gets the content explained and understood for students.
BTEC TECH AWARD HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE COMPONENT 3: HOW TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS
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BTEC TECH AWARD HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE COMPONENT 3: HOW TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

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This is a student guide we give out and practice. Each question is broken down into a ‘how to do’ format. As the questions remain the same, the aim is to give students the structure on how to approach each question. They are broken into segments (for example, make your point and give an explanation - this is a strong theme that the exam is looking for throughout the paper). Students are given examples and they have the opportunity to practice. It goes through each question giving examples of good responses and opportunity for students to follow. The guide is based on Brian - the sample marked learner work sent to centres January 2018 issued by Pearson.
L3 HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE UNIT 1: THEORIES
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L3 HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE UNIT 1: THEORIES

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The 6 & 10 marker questions are where the student knowledge and understanding of the theories are examined. My students suffer a degree of confusion and can easily get bogged down in the detail. This is an easily read overview of the theories for their revision. We also use them as revision posters around the classroom. The final page is a superb revision technique we use that we stole from the great Physicist, Richard Feynham - if there is one thing you won’t regret buying, it’s this!
BTEC Tech Award Health & Social Care. Component 1
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BTEC Tech Award Health & Social Care. Component 1

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This is heavily based on the Btec Scheme of Work and the accompanying textbook. It is a series of differentiated lessons based on MUST, SHOULD, COULD & HAG (Have A Go). PLCs are in for each learning aim and there are prep’ activities for both authorised assignments (with a case study for Learning Aim B). Nothing revolutionary, but gets the content explained and understood by students.
LIFE SKILLS/WORK SKILLS: THE SURVIVAL GAME
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LIFE SKILLS/WORK SKILLS: THE SURVIVAL GAME

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Employers don't doubt the academic credentials of students, but bemoan their lack of the essential employability skills of decision making, communication, leadership and being a team player. This 'game,' created by psychologists, is used as an interview strategy for high ranking employment positions. Adapted here for the 14 - 19 age range, this is an engaging and fun way of building these skills. In all, allow for a one hour session, but can be broken into two sessions.
BTEC NATIONALS HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 3  UNIT 1
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BTEC NATIONALS HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE LEVEL 3 UNIT 1

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This is a student friendly unit of work based on the course textbook. It covers all the essential themes and the information needed for the exam. Questions are designed to consolidate and enhance knowledge and learning and linked to the assessment. The information is concise and delivered in a ‘this is what you need to know’ format and completely referenced to the textbook. Students are confident and ready for the exam.
BTEC TASTER SESSIONS: HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE; TRAVEL & TOURISM
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BTEC TASTER SESSIONS: HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE; TRAVEL & TOURISM

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Two 20 minute activity sessions giving a brief overview of aspects of these courses. Activities are based around life stages and intellectual development in Health & Social Care and in Travel & Tourism, Heathrow Airport careers, time zones and theme park development. The activities are light hearted and delivered by students in KS4. Answers are provided. Concise, quick and fun!
BTEC TRAVEL & TOURISM LEVEL 2 UNIT 5
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BTEC TRAVEL & TOURISM LEVEL 2 UNIT 5

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Supporting the standard text and Btec authorised assignment, this is the only resource you will need. A comprehensive step by step guide to assignment completion, scaffolded to Distinction level. What information is required, where to find it and structure the responses. All that is required for successful completion of the Btec authorised assignment.
So, you want to be an Accountant
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So, you want to be an Accountant

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One of a series of lessons looking at different career paths and opportunities. It provides a brief overview of the role or profession and entry requirements (character and academic). Each lesson has a number of activities that look at the skills and qualities required in the profession, giving students the opportunity to assess themselves against those requirements. The lessons are taster sessions and encourage students to go on to independently research potential career paths.
So, you want to join the Police
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So, you want to join the Police

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One of a series of lessons looking at different career paths and opportunities. It provides a brief overview of the role or profession and entry requirements (character and academic). Each lesson has a number of activities that look at the skills and qualities required in the profession, giving students the opportunity to assess themselves against those requirements. The lessons are taster sessions and encourage students to go on to independently research potential career paths
JAMIE OLIVER HOME COOKING SKILLS BTEC LEVEL 2 AWARD
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JAMIE OLIVER HOME COOKING SKILLS BTEC LEVEL 2 AWARD

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Being able to cook is an essential life skill. Students will find out about how to buy the right food, how to prepare ingredients and how to put together a nutritional meal. At the end students will be able to source and prepare a 2 course meal. A step by step guide with links to YouTube clips of Jamie preparing the same ingredients. The course can easily be taught in a half term, 2 lessons per week. Equivalent to half a GCSE
CAREERS PACKAGE - AUTUMN TERM YEAR 7
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CAREERS PACKAGE - AUTUMN TERM YEAR 7

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This is a series of careers lessons. They are delivered in tutor time during the Autumn term. They are not aimed at directing students to specific careers but about target and goal setting, understanding where they are and how to develop. The first lesson kicks off with the power of first impressions and the importance of manners. There is a lesson descriptor for display in the tutor room. All lessons are power point presentations. The aim is to motivate and build confidence and independence on their way to the paid world of work. This is part of a series of packages delivered throughout the year.
THE FEYNMAN TECHNIQUE - SIMPLY BRILLIANT
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THE FEYNMAN TECHNIQUE - SIMPLY BRILLIANT

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Not another revolutionary idea, just simple basic genius. Teaching not only gives knowledge but gives the teacher mastery. Students become the teachers. You will see them conquer the basics, develop depth, learn how to reflect, pose and answer questions. Establishing this strategy throughout and at topic end gives you the confidence that your students learning journey is secure. A huge confidence builder and a boost for independent learning - an easy assessment opportunity for you and exam success for them.
EMAIL GUIDELINES - A strategic approach to limiting negative impact
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EMAIL GUIDELINES - A strategic approach to limiting negative impact

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We have developed an email culture and colleagues will typically receive upwards of 50 a day. We consider this time consuming and wasteful. It is damaging both in time and with relationships - how an email is written is often harsher than the spoken word and in its worst form leads to open hostility. Whilst acknowledging the efficiency and effectiveness of emails, this display is a 10 point set of suggestions that colleagues have welcomed - less emails to respond to, less stress and more time in constructive face to face dialogue. For display in all offices. As a constant reminder, it really has made a big difference on staff wellbeing.
Btec Travel & Tourism: Level 3 Unit 2 Assignment & Preparation
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Btec Travel & Tourism: Level 3 Unit 2 Assignment & Preparation

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This is designed to complement the standard textbook and is student friendly. It provides all the information concisely and highlights the main points. The activities are a preparation for the assignment, research based and designed to challenge and extend knowledge. The assignment is that of the textbook and has been approved by the Btec checking service. There is a step by step student guide to completion. This gives the students (and teachers) the confidence in knowing they are on the right track in researching and writing the assignment.
THE SURVIVAL GUIDE TO MARKING
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THE SURVIVAL GUIDE TO MARKING

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The survival guide for marking at KS4 & 5. These are just ideas, but they work! Marking is THE issue for all schools - the inconsistency across the school is not going away. Marking outside the lesson and especially taking it home doesn't work. Planning is what should take place outside of lessons. These are simple but effective ideas for marking in the lesson, when you are with the pupils and where the maximum impact can be made. There are also strategies for pupil peer and self assessment, developing their confidence, independence and understanding of mark schemes
BRAIN GYM - IDEAS FOR MOTIVATION AND INSPIRATION
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BRAIN GYM - IDEAS FOR MOTIVATION AND INSPIRATION

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Brain Gym was the revolutionary idea to motivate, inspire, invigorate and enthuse students of all ages. It had its detractors - mumbo jumbo, it won't work. Opinion is evenly divided, so give it a go. My own experience is that it can reach most students; at the very least all students buy into what we are trying to achieve and become more engaged with their learning. The activities are short and as such are very good lesson starters. Establish it with the younger year groups and build from there.
BTEC TRAVEL AND TOURISM LEVEL 3 UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT AND PREPARATION
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BTEC TRAVEL AND TOURISM LEVEL 3 UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT AND PREPARATION

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This is designed to complement the standard textbook and is student friendly. It provides all the information concisely and highlights the main points. The activities are a preparation for the assignment, researched based and designed to challenge and extend knowledge. The assignment is that of the textbook and has been approved by the Btec checking service. There is a step by step student guide to completion. This gives students the confidence in knowing they are on the right track in researching and writing the assignment.
BTEC TRAVEL & TOURISM LEVEL 3 UNIT 1 ASSIGNMENT & PREPARATION
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BTEC TRAVEL & TOURISM LEVEL 3 UNIT 1 ASSIGNMENT & PREPARATION

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This is for the existing specification. This is designed to complement the standard textbook and is student friendly. It provides all the information concisely and highlights the main points. The activities are a preparation for the assignment, researched based and designed to challenge and extend knowledge. The assignment is that of the textbook and has been approved by the Btec checking service. There is a step by step student guide to completion. This gives students the confidence in knowing they are on the right track in researching and writing the assignment