This is a sorting activity. Students put into groups and have to sort the slips into Approach, Name and Year, Aim, Procedure (1,2, or 3 slips), Results (1, 2 or 3 slips), Group design, Research method, 1 advantage and 1 disadvantage. There are also 7 red herrings that don't fit in any of the groups.
To help students, keep checking their red herring pile. Tell them if they are right or wrong on the red herrings every so often.
Students had great fun doing this. I put up a prize for the winning team. Took around 45 mins but students enjoyed it and took a lot from it.
There are two attached files: one in colour for the teacher to distinguish between the different approaches) and one in black and white for students to sort through.
Great for paper 3, comparing the different approaches and classic studies. It covers, Sherif, Baddeley, Raine, Watson and Rayner and Rosenhan
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