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Suicide in the Trenches - Siegfried Sassoon
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Suicide in the Trenches - Siegfried Sassoon

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This resources includes the poem “Suicide in the Trenches” by Siegfried Sassoon . It includes an introduction to war poetry, real life examples to stimulate discussion, step-by-step animated analysis, a creative writing opportunity and questions throughout.
Blakemore and Cooper 'Impact of Early Visual Experience' core study
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Blakemore and Cooper 'Impact of Early Visual Experience' core study

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All you need to know for Blakemore and Cooper ‘Impact of Early Visual Development’ core study, in alignment with OCR A-Level Psychology. Also includes evaluation and practice exam questions. This includes powerpoint and fill-in-the-blanks workbook. A key resource for success in OCR A-Level Psychology.
Groups in society
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Groups in society

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This PowerPoint covers ‘Groups in Society’. It explores What is a group? How do you join a group? ‘Us vs Them’ The effects of being in a group Cults Question prompts and activities included.
Of Mice and Men - Context
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Of Mice and Men - Context

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This resource includes the context for Steinbeck’s ‘Of Mice and Men’. This includes: The American Dream The Dust Bowl The Great Depression Racial inequality Gender inequality
Emotive language
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Emotive language

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This lesson engages students understanding of emotions and emotive language. The worksheet includes a series of activities where students develop their emotive language skills.
Timothy Winter by Charles Causley
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Timothy Winter by Charles Causley

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This resource includes a copy of poem ‘Timothy Winters’ by Charles Causley. It also includes step-by-step analysis of the poem and includes creative writing opportunities.
OCR Psychology: Mental Health - Disorders
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OCR Psychology: Mental Health - Disorders

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Handout 1: Explains what an anxiety disorder, psychotic disorder, and affective disorder is. Also has specific examples of these disorders (Phobias, Schizophrenia, & Depression). Handout 2: Correlating with handout 1, allows students to complete information from handout 1 onto this. Also includes activities, scenarios for students to ‘diagnose’ and exam questions. Handout 3: Identfies issues with the diagnosis of these disorders.
An Inspector Calls - J.B. Priestly
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An Inspector Calls - J.B. Priestly

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An excellent introduction lesson to An Inspector Calls - J.B. Priestly. This includes: Background information of the author Introduction of socialism and capitalism Real life scenarios and examples Explanations of each character Comparison between An Inspector Calls and Thirteen Reasons Why Comprehension questions for Act 1 and 2
OCR Psychology FINAL EXAM CHECKLIST
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OCR Psychology FINAL EXAM CHECKLIST

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This booklet outlines… The date of the three final exams The structure each exam will follow A checklist of all the important information required for each exam (Research methods, Core studies, and Applied Psychology) My students say this is extremely helpful!
Levine's 'Cross Cultural Altrusim'
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Levine's 'Cross Cultural Altrusim'

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All you need to know for Levine’s ‘Cross Cultural Altrusim’ core study, in alignment with OCR A-Level Psychology. Also includes evaluation and practice exam questions. This includes powerpoint and fill-in-the-blanks workbook. A key resource for success in OCR A-Level Psychology.
Poetry comparison - Dulce et Decorum Est
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Poetry comparison - Dulce et Decorum Est

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This worksheet takes students step-by-step on how to compare Dulce Et Decorum Est with another war poem of their choice. This can be used as assessment preparation. Includes assessment question.
Year 9 Spelling pack
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Year 9 Spelling pack

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Year 9 Spelling pack. Enclosed are 33 lists of 15 commonly mispelled words. It follows the ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’ structure.
Criminal Psychology - case study
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Criminal Psychology - case study

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This includes a PowerPoint and worksheet I use at open evenings or introductory lessons to Psychology. It can be used at GCSE or A-Level. It introduces an individual accused of a crime. It goes through life experiences this person has went through, and uses key terms in psychology to explain how and why this led the individual to a life of crime. This is excellent for those without previous knowledge of psychology. It also allows those with an extensive knowledge to develop their answers.