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I'm a psychology teacher working in Derbyshire. If you find any lessons useful please leave a review and some feedback. Enjoy!

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I'm a psychology teacher working in Derbyshire. If you find any lessons useful please leave a review and some feedback. Enjoy!
Phobias (AQA) Psychopathology A-Level
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Phobias (AQA) Psychopathology A-Level

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Created to address the phobias section of AQA AS specification for Unit 2. Bundle contains 3 lessons (approx 3-4 hours). Also useful for Y13 revision. Lesson 1: Characteristics of phobias -Students watch an episode of Extreme Phobias, Extreme Cures to complete the emotional, cognitive and behavioural characteristics of phobias (students enjoyed this) Lesson 2: Behaviourist explanation of phobias - two process model. Includes evaluation (SLT, Preparedness etc). Lesson 3: Behaviourist treatments (flooding and SD). Student task is to create an information leaflet. Evaluation is included throughout and the episodes of the programme are really good for discussion the characteristics, explanation and treatments as well as definitions of abnormality. All information is on powerpoint so good for non-specialists also. Lots of videos - links in notes section.
AQA Psychology - Attachment: Animal Studies
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AQA Psychology - Attachment: Animal Studies

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Lesson 3: Lesson looks into Lorenz's research into geese and imprinting and Harlow's research into deprivation and contact comfort. Evaluation activity with teacher answers and mini-whiteboard plenary to check progress.
Sign test worksheet and powerpoint Research Methods Psychology
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Sign test worksheet and powerpoint Research Methods Psychology

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For Y12 and Y13 psychology students. A step by step worksheet on conducting the sign test within research methods. Use in combination with the powerpoint to guide students on the criteria needed to conduct the sign test, calculating the sign value and writing whether the results are significant enough. Also includes practice questions to apply knowledge at the end (approx 1h 30 worth of material). Excellent for non-specialists.
Crowd and collective behaviour
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Crowd and collective behaviour

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The lesson goes through the social and dispositional factors in relation to crowd and collective behaviour. Desgined for high ability Y9 GCSE psychology students following the AQA new specification. Students will need internet access to find their locus of control (could be done as HW). The lesson ends with watching the film "suffragette" and creating a newspaper article. Approx - 90 min worth of lesson. Link to full version of suffragette on youtube in notes section at the end (but I bought the DVD)
GCSE Psychology new spec AQA Research Methods
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GCSE Psychology new spec AQA Research Methods

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This bundle combines both experimental and non-experimental research methods (which I planned and taught in that order). There are a range of lessons each with their own popwerpoint and worksheets. Tracker is included for students to stick in at the start and then write a comment after each lesson with a red, amber green traffic light colour. I also get my students to learn 5 essential spellings which they have to define when we come to the word or as homework (literacy sheet included) I made these before the new spec book was published so all content is type or on worksheets with answers provided- so is ideal for non-specialists. Opportunities for practicals and self/peer assessment has been included. Approx one full terms worth (3x lessons a week). Price reflects time and effort that went into planning and making all of these resources.
Experimental Design
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Experimental Design

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For AS psychology students (research methods). Lesson on experimental design (repeated measures, matched pairs, independent groups). Students complete table with information provided by powerpoint - this can be done as a carousel activity). - includes crossword as plenary (requires knowledge of aims and hypothesis etc). Can easily be differentiated for GCSE.
Social Influence GCSE Psychology AQA
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Social Influence GCSE Psychology AQA

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4 lessons going through the four topic areas of social influence (conformity, obedience, crowd and collective behaviour, bystander intervention). Lessons can be extended by completing the activities eg, writing a report on the Murder of Kitty Genovese and applying social and dispositional factors to Suffragette Approx 10-12 lessons (60 min).
Sign test and Chi-Square
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Sign test and Chi-Square

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Created as a revision lesson for Y12 and Y13 psychology students studying the AQA psychology specification. It goes through the importance of statistical testing, type 1 and type 2 errors, levels of measurement, before going through the sign test and chi -square. The sign test is delivered using a chocolate experiment but this can be tweaked and your own results entered. Use the powerpoint along with a booklet to allow students to make notes and answer exam style questions. It comes with a lesson plan as it was for an observation. Price reflects the time and effort that went into making this. Approx 60 min lesson-90 min lesson.
Biological Rhythms AQA Psychology
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Biological Rhythms AQA Psychology

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A booklet that covers all of the knowledge and evaluation for Y13 Bio-rhythms AQA Psychology. Circadian Ultradian Infradian Exogenous Zeitgebers and Endogenous Pacemakers Each section contains content for students to read and questions for them to answer to assess their understanding. I have tried to word this in way that is accessible but still challenges students. Content goes above and beyond the textbook, so really good for stretch and challenge. Can be used in class, as revision or flipped learning. Approx 4-8h of lesson time.
AQA Gcse psychology Interviews
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AQA Gcse psychology Interviews

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Non-experimental research methods. Lesson going through use of interviews in psychological research (structured and unstructured) with strengths and weaknesses
AQA GCSE Psychology - Experimental Research Methods: Experimental Design
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AQA GCSE Psychology - Experimental Research Methods: Experimental Design

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Lesson 3 (possibly 4 depending on ability) introduces students to repeated measures, matched pairs, and independent groups with evaluation. Can be done teacher lead or print off slides and students move around the room and make notes/experts on a table style activity where they teach others the design they have been given. Mini whiteboard quiz at the end,
AQA Psychology GCSE Case Studies
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AQA Psychology GCSE Case Studies

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AQA GCSE Psychology - Lesson goes through the use of case studies in psychological research, students have the opportunity to research famous case studies. Strengths and weaknesses activity aimed at developing students explanations.
AQA GCSE Psychology non experimental research methods observation
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AQA GCSE Psychology non experimental research methods observation

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AQA Psychology, GCSE (new spec) - Lesson goes through types of observations, overt and covert, participant and non-participant, as well as categories of behaviour and establishing inter-observer reliability. Application to video clip - secret life of 5 year olds. Option for students to research famous observational studies if you have access to computers, or could be set as homework. My GCSE students enjoyed this lesson. This lesson can also be used to revise A-Level (just need to add event and time sampling). Approx 60-100 min.
AQA Attachment booklet
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AQA Attachment booklet

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22 page workbooklet. Includes AQA spec checklist at the front. Activities for students to complete, eg, matching up evaluation, drawing graphs, details of studies. The answers can be found in all textbooks. Price reflects effort that went into producing this resources. My own students love the booklet. Can be used as flipped learning, class work, homework or revision. Writen in a way that is easy to understand - student friendly.
Obedience AQA GCSE psychology
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Obedience AQA GCSE psychology

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Lesson looking at the social and dispositional factors influencing obedience (Agency , Authority, Culture, Proximity, Adorno’s theory of “Authoritarian Personality”) . Approx 120 - 150 min worth of material. Designed for high ability Y9 psychology students studying the new AQA specification. - Links to videos in notes, includes wordsearch.
AQA GCSE (new spec) Psychology Inside Out: Memory - X-mas
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AQA GCSE (new spec) Psychology Inside Out: Memory - X-mas

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I put together this small work booklet to accompany the memory topic. We watched this in the last 3 lessons before Christmas. You will require Disneys Inside Out. Approx 3 lessons, starters and activities to accompany DVD. The students really enjoyed this - you could make more of the review activity by booking the library and making them write it in the style of a newspaper activity.
Social Learning Theory
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Social Learning Theory

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Lesson goes through the key concepts of SLT. Including modelling, observation, imitation, vicarious reinforcement and identification (ARRM). Quick ABCD quiz. Agony aunt application question and highlight strengths and weaknesses of SLT.
AQA AS Psychology Spec breakdown
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AQA AS Psychology Spec breakdown

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I split the spec into the different units and made a checklist for students use. They can either tick as they move through the course or use it at the end of AS to help inform their revision or if they have missed lessons. Also useful to help inform teacher planning. Feel free to download- please leave a review if you found it useful/time saving.