An extremely helpful sheet/poster using the mnemonic ‘REVISED’ to help students consider what they should be writing about when evaluating studies in Psychology. Perfect for the wall or to include within student folders.
This file comes with both powerpoint and PDF versions. The powerpoint version can be easily edited so that you can change any text, fonts, colours, pictures etc. It also comes with a black and white copy.
An induction workbook for new Y12 students to complete over summer as an introduction to the AQA A-level Psychology course. This workbook, based on the latest 2015 specification, provides a brief overview of the origins of Psychology and all of the approaches including the biological, learning, cognitive, psychodynamic and humanistic approaches.
A comprehensive workbook for the schizophrenia topic of the AQA A-level psychology course. The workbook, based on the latest 2015 specification, is filled with AO1, AO2 and AO3 information, key terms, activities, homework tasks and exam questions, making it a perfect lesson companion for the entire schizophrenia topic.
A psychology careers poster designed to inform students about the potential career choices within the field of psychology. This has been used as a large display in my secondary school’s corridor. The file is easily editable so you can change the fonts, text and colours to suit your preferences.
A comprehensive workbook for the social influence topic of the AQA A-level psychology course. The workbook, based on the latest 2015 specification, is filled with AO1, AO2 and AO3 information, key terms, activities, homework tasks and exam questions, making it a perfect lesson companion for the entire social influence topic.
A comprehensive analysis, based on previous exam questions, on what has been required from students for the social influence topic.
I have attached a Word document (that can easily be edited if you would like to change anything) as well as a PDF document in case the layout is adjusted due to downloading the file onto a different version of Microsoft Office.
An information document with handy mnemonics (APPRC & REVISED) to help students answer an exam question requiring an outline and evaluation of psychological research. These mnemonics are then put into practice, using Milgram's obedience study as an example, to demonstrate how a coherent and detailed 16-marker answer could be formed.
I have attached both a word document (easily editable) and a PDF document in case the layout is adjusted due to downloading the document on a different version of Microsoft Office.