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Currently Lead in Psychology and Child Development. As I create lesson resources they are uploaded as a PowerPoint with all essential resources included.
Cambridge National Child Development RO18 LO1 revision mind map
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Cambridge National Child Development RO18 LO1 revision mind map

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Mind map for RO18,learning outcome one: Understand reproduction & the roles and responsibilities of parenthood. This resource is accessible for students as they are simple mind maps but they cover everything on the specification for the RO18 LO1. 1.1 The wide range of factors that affect the decision to have children 1.2 Pre-conceptive health 1.3 Roles and responsibilities of parenthood 1.4 Recognise and evaluate methods of contraception, their efficiency and reliability 1.5 The structure and function of male and female reproductive systems I use the map at the end of the topic and get students to expand and elaborate adding their own information. It is also useful to introduce a topic, but also to help the students organise their notes and revision. This is useful to all students but particularly those who struggle with organising their notes and information. Suggestion: print on A3 paper to allow students enough room to elaborate.
RO18 LO1.5: The structure & function of Male and female reproduction systems Cambridge Nationals
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RO18 LO1.5: The structure & function of Male and female reproduction systems Cambridge Nationals

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Two/three lessons in one on the male and female reproductive systems from learning outcome one. (1.5) Includes power point homework planning for progress grids First lesson: As a starter I provide students with information of each part of the reproductive system (not included). I give each student a different part. They have 5 minutes to get to know their reproductive part and then share the information with other students through a speed dating activity: Dating advice: Listen carefully to what your partner is saying Look at them when they are talking to you Ask lots of questions- check you have understood them Images shown on the board of both the male and female reproduction systems. Students are to draw their own diagram of each and label them based on learning from the previous activity. Apply your knowledge activity is on powerpoint. Students are shown a table which has the reproductive organs listed and students are to complete their own table explaining the function for each organ. Homework shown on powerpoint. Second/third lesson: How reproduction takes place: Powerpoint provides information on ovaluation, conceptualisation/fertilisation and implanation. Videos are also included in the powerpoint to support learning. Appluy it activity is to design a children’s book that explains reproduction. Instructions: It should include key terms ovulation, conception and implantation but be simple enough for a primary school student to understand. Homework/ additonal activity on powerpoint. Fill in the blanks activity on powerpoint for multiple pregnancies. Copy and describe/explain the development of an fertilised egg to a fetus activity. Card sort activity which looks at the development of a fetus. Homework/additional activity on powerpoint. I then ask students to use a textbook to explain the signs and symptoms of pregnancy Compare at least two of the signs and symptoms. Justify how reliable they are at identifying you could be pregnant. Another homework/additional activity on powerpoint. Follows Cambridge National level 1/2 learning outcome one (1.5) Understand the roles and responsibilities of parenthood:The structure and function of male and female reproductive .
AQA GCSE Psychology 2.6 What factors affect our perception (perceptual set & expectations)
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AQA GCSE Psychology 2.6 What factors affect our perception (perceptual set & expectations)

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Lesson Point which covers the first part of 2.6 from the AQA specification 8182 what factors affect our perception? Recap activity on compare and contrast key features from Gregorys constructive theory and Gibson’s direct theory of perception. Information then provided on what perceptual set is and links expectation as a factors that affects our percepetional set. Uses the duck-rabbit example. Paired activity. Students label theirselves either A or B and follow instructions to be participates in a short version of Bruner & Minturn’s perceptual set study (1955) Descriptive information then shown to students for the key study and students to transfer information in their own words to a key study sheet (provided). Information is that shared for evaluation points for the study. Students continue to transfer the information to the key study sheet in their own words. Instructions on slide for the second mini experiment where students again follow instructions on the slides following student A and student B instructions. This experiment shows expectation through the rat man illusion. Homework is a possible exam question on Bruner & Minturn’s oerceptual set study for 9 marks. Progress grid includes the following learning outcomes: Identify, Describe, Explain, Evaluate and Apply knowledge to answer exam questions accurately. Follows AQA GCSE psychology 8182 LO: 2.6 what factors affect our perception? Paper one: Cognition and behaviour
Homework mats/revision mats RO18 LO1-LO5 health & well being for child development
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Homework mats/revision mats RO18 LO1-LO5 health & well being for child development

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Homework charts/stretch and challenge mats which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as a revision tool. Based on Cambridge Nationals level 1/2 Child Development. RO18, Learning outcome one, two, three, four and five) I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back. The image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
Memory as an active process 8182 Cognition & behaviour AQA GCSE psychology
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Memory as an active process 8182 Cognition & behaviour AQA GCSE psychology

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Lesson PowerPoint and resources on The Theory of Reconstructive Memory, including the concept of ‘effort after meaning’. Bartlett’s War of the Ghosts study. Factors affecting the accuracy of memory, including interference, context and false memories. Activities, homework and planning for progress grids included. AQA GCSE psychology 8182 specification: Cognition & behaviour 3.1.1
Memory revision clock AQA GCSE psychology cognition and behaviour 8182
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Memory revision clock AQA GCSE psychology cognition and behaviour 8182

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Revision clock activity for memory. Students are to include as many psychological key terms and as much detailed information as they can for each sub header in each section of the clock. They are to only allow only 5 minutes per section. Keeps students motivated through revision and students are required to summarise key information. Suggestion: print back to back on A3 paper as allows more space for students information and revision notes. Follows AQA GCSE psychology 8182: Teaching from 2017.
Assignment guidance booklet for RO19 LO1 and LO2 task one CN Child Development
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Assignment guidance booklet for RO19 LO1 and LO2 task one CN Child Development

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Unit title: Understand the equipment and nutritional needs of children from birth to five years. This is a straight forward student friendly instructions/guidance to assist students when planning their coursework. This includes guidance on task one and covers LO1 and LO2 only. (Key equipment required from birth to twelve months and key equipment required for children aged one to five years). I have created in into this way as it is easy to spilt the coursework into tasks and we complete task one straight after teaching LO1 and LO2. Students will then be taught LO3. Included in the booklet is Simple guidance on what is required from task one R019 coursework which room one and two explained separately. Also: 1) Marking criteria command words and definitions. 2) marking criteria for LO1(room one) and LO2 (room two) 3) A possible layout example (can follow another format) 4) Check lists for students to check the content of their coursework for each type of equipment for both LO1 and LO2.
revision/s & challenge mat R018 LO4 Child Development: Recognise, manage & prevent childhood illness
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revision/s & challenge mat R018 LO4 Child Development: Recognise, manage & prevent childhood illness

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Homework chart/stretch and challenge mat which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as a revision tool. Based on Cambridge Nationals level 1/2 Child Development. RO18, Learning outcome four(4.1, 4.2,4.3,4.4, 4.5 and 4.6)-Understand how to recognise, manage and prevent childhood illnesses. I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back and the image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth
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RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth

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Lesson powerpoints including a variety of lessons and resources for learning outcome two, following the Cambridge National Level 1/2 RO18. All homework and progress for learning grids imbedded in power points where relevant. Lessons included: LO2.1 The roles of the different health professionals supporting the pregnant mother LO2.2 The importance of antenatal & parenting classes LO2.3 Routine checks carried out an antenatal clinic, including scans. LO2.4 Specialised diagnostic tests. LO2.5 The choices available for delivery. LO.6 The stages of labour & the methods of delivery, including pain relief.
BTEC LEVEL1/2 TECH AWARD in Health & Social Care: Definition  of health & wellbeing
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BTEC LEVEL1/2 TECH AWARD in Health & Social Care: Definition of health & wellbeing

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Introductory power point lesson focuses on essential content A1. Factors affecting health & wellbeing: Definition of health & wellbeing: a combination of physical health and social and emotional wellbeing, and not just the absence of disease or illness. Students to identify the health issues on each of the images: Chicken pox, flu, broken bone, hay fever, eczema, stress. Explain that stress is also a health issue and not just a headache which may be a common misconception Component three learning objectives shared on slide & summary of essential content A, B and C shared. Planning for progress grid included in slides which include learning objectives. I would recommend you tube link to introduction video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGxPL37j234 as an introductory video to what is health & wellbeing and is embedded on the power point. Students spilt their page into four. They have two minutes to write/ draw/annotate information that they know about health and wellbeing. I.e.; what types of health? What illnesses? What is wellbeing? Instructions on slide. Negative and positive view of health is shown on the slide and a discussion of holistic and why it is important to consider this when looking at health should be conducted. Students should explain in their exercise books what holistic means and why it is important to health. Four images shown on the power point. Students to discuss the four examples and justify whether they should be considered as healthy or not based on the information provided. Students should be prepared to feed back. Different aspects of health are shown and students are to discuss what aspects they believe come under each type of health involves. Students to copy down the holistic diagram with a short explanation. This is repeated for wellbeing. The different types of health are explained and it should also be linked into mental health and how it is our ability to cope with everyday life’s and the stress and worries that they bring. If we cope well we can maintain a good mental health and therefore able to think clearly. Test your knowledge questions based on learning worth 5 marks. Task: You want to discover if a person aged either 18, 30 or 45 has a good health and wellbeing. Write 6 questions for one person from one of the ages to answer so it can be anaylsed to see if they are healthy or not. There must be at least one question based on physical, social, emotional and intellectual health. Students may then peer assess one another’s work. Following BTEC LEVEL 1/2 TECH AWARD IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE. First teaching September 2017 and first certification Summer 2019.
Perception: 2.4 Can you believe what you see (visual illusions and constancies) AQA GCSE psychology
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Perception: 2.4 Can you believe what you see (visual illusions and constancies) AQA GCSE psychology

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Lesson Point which covers the latter part of 2.4 from the AQA specification 8182 Can you believe what you see? Explanations for visual illusions: Ambiguity, misinterpreted depth cues, fiction, size constancy. Examples of visual illusions: The Ponzo, the Müller-Lyer, Rubin’s vase, the Ames Room, the Kanizsa triangle and the Necker cube. Illusions slide shown on PowerPoint for studnets to discuss as a starter activity. Information provided on size constancy and students required to create their own example. Information provided on misinterpreted depth cues and image included to assist students whilst they explain what it is. Information and images provided to explain ambiguity and fiction. Images displayed on PowerPoint for The Ponzo illusion, The Necker Cube, The Kanizsa Triangle, The Muller Lyer illusion and Rubin’s vase. Students are to copy the diagrams into their exercise books and allow room around them to explain afterwards. Students then complete a table. from the PowerPoint with the visual illusion in, they are to match the visual illusions to the exlanations they learnt above.Challenge is for student to explain why each one matches with its explanation. Explanations then provided for each of the visual illusion images. Students use this information to explain in the space left earlier around their own images. 3 marks worth of apply it exam style questions. Information on visual constancies provided and the Amnes room linked. Video included to support explanation. Students should make notes on constancies and how the Amnes room works. Final activity can also be used as homework, to design a poster explaining visual illusions, challenge has an exam question linked in with the poster. Progress grid includes the following learning outcomes: Identify, Describe, Explain, Compare and Evaluate the reasons for how visual illusions work with clear explanation and examples included and Apply knowledge to answer exam questions accurately. Follows AQA GCSE psychology 8182 LO: 2.4 Can you believe what you see? Paper one: Cognition and behaviour
Unit five revision clock activity: Health & Safety in Early Years Settings: Btec First CPLD
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Unit five revision clock activity: Health & Safety in Early Years Settings: Btec First CPLD

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Revision clock activity for unit five: Health and Safety in Early Years Settings Students are to include as many key terms and as much detailed information as they can for each sub header in each section of the clock. They are to only allow only 5 minutes per section. Keeps students motivated through revision and students are required to summarise key information. Suggestion: print back to back on A3 paper as allows more space for students information and revision notes. Follows Btec First: Children’s Play, Learning and Development. Preview
GCSE AQA psychology Memory mind map 8182
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GCSE AQA psychology Memory mind map 8182

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Mind map of the memory topic for GCSE psychology. This resource is accessible for students as it is a simple mind maps but covers everything on the specification for the memory topic. I use the map at the end of the topic and get students to expand and elaborate adding their own information. They are also useful to introduce a topic, but also to help the students organise their notes and revision. This is useful to all students but particularly those who struggle with organising their notes and information. Suggestion: print on A3 paper to allow students enough room to elaborate.
homework/assessment preparation mat RO20 LO1 physical, intellectual & social developmental norms
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homework/assessment preparation mat RO20 LO1 physical, intellectual & social developmental norms

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Homework chart/stretch and challenge/assessment preparation mat which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as assessment preparation. Based on Cambridge Nationals level 1/2 Child Development. RO20, Learning outcome one. Understand the physical, intellectual and social developmental norms from birth to five years. 1.1 The development norms from birth to five years. I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back. The image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
Homework chart/stretch and challenge mat memory GCSE AQA Psychology
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Homework chart/stretch and challenge mat memory GCSE AQA Psychology

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Homework chart/stretch and challenge mat which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as a revision tool. Based on AQA GCSE Psychology 8182, Memory topic (1.1-1.3) I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back and the image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
Revision mat/stretch and challenge mat R018 LO2 Child Development (Antenatal Care & prep for birth)
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Revision mat/stretch and challenge mat R018 LO2 Child Development (Antenatal Care & prep for birth)

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Homework chart/stretch and challenge mat which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as a revision tool. Based on Cambridge Nationals level 1/2 Child Development. RO18, Learning outcome two (2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.5 and 2.6)-Understand antenatal care and preparation for birth I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back and the image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
Homework mats/revision mats GCSE Psychology 8182 Cognition & behaviour
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Homework mats/revision mats GCSE Psychology 8182 Cognition & behaviour

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Homework charts/stretch and challenge mats which can be used in lessons as a filler activity or plenary or given as a homework mat over several lessons. Could also be used as a revision tool. Based on AQA GCSE Psychology 8182, Memory, Perception, Development and research methods. I have one copy of all three slides printed and laminated on display and then I print out slides two and three back to back. The image which indicates the activity matches up to the activity instructions on the back of it. students seem to enjoy the challenge of completing a row, corners or full house!
AQA GCSE psychology aggression content summary
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AQA GCSE psychology aggression content summary

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Summary pages for GCSE aggression. Includes key points on each explanantion; biological, psychodynamic and social learning theory. includes ways to reduce aggression for each theory and key studies Bandura 1965 and Huesmann et al (1983) Sub headers included key studies which students should also know for each explanantion.