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Brain & neuropsychology revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Brain & neuropsychology revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Revision clock activity for the brain & neuropsychology topic. 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.
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Psychological problems revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Psychological problems revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Revision clock activity for psychological problems. 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.
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Social influence revision clock GCSE psychology 8182

Social influence revision clock GCSE psychology 8182

Revision clock activity for the social influence topic. 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.
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Language, thought & communication revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Language, thought & communication revision clock AQA GCSE psychology 8182

Revision clock activity for Language, thought & communication. 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.
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Paper 2 AQA GCSE psychology revision clocks (social influence, Language, thought & communication, brain & neuropsychology & psychological problems)

Paper 2 AQA GCSE psychology revision clocks (social influence, Language, thought & communication, brain & neuropsychology & psychological problems)

Revision clock activities for social influence, language, thought & communication, brain & neuropsychology & psychological problems. 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.
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RO18 LO1 Reproduction & the roles & repsonsibilities of parenthood revision clock activities 1.1-1.5

RO18 LO1 Reproduction & the roles & repsonsibilities of parenthood revision clock activities 1.1-1.5

Revision clock activities for RO18 Learning outcome one: Health and wellbeing for child development: Understand reproduction & the roles & responsibilities of parenthood. One clock included for each of the assessment criteria from 1-4 and two included for assessment criteria 1.5. 1.1 The wide range of factors that affect the decision to have children 1.2 Pre-conception health 1.3 Roles & responsibilities of parenthood 1.4 Recognise & evaluate the methods of contraception, their efficiency & reliability 1.5 The structure & function of male & female reproductive systems 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 Cambridge National Level 1/2: Learning outcome one: Health and wellbeing for child development: Understand reproduction & the roles & responsibilities of parenthood.
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RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth revision clock activities 2.1-2.6

RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth revision clock activities 2.1-2.6

Revision clock activities for RO18 Learning outcome two: Health and wellbeing for child development: Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth. One clock included for each of the assessment criteria from 2.1-2.6 2.1 The roles of the different health professionals supporting the pregnant mother 2.2 The importance of antenatal & parenting classes 2.3 Routine checks carried out at an antenatal clinic, including scans 2.4 Specialised diagnostic tests 2.5 The choices available for delivery 2.6 The stages of labour & the methods of delivery, including pain relief 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 Cambridge National Level 1/2: Learning outcome two: Health and wellbeing for child development: Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth.
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RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth

RO18 LO2 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth

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.
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RO18 LO2.6 The stages of labour & methods of delivery, including pain relief Cambridge National

RO18 LO2.6 The stages of labour & methods of delivery, including pain relief Cambridge National

Includes PowerPoint on the stages of labour & the methods of delivery, including pain relief. PowerPoint includes information on each stage; First, second and third. Link to a reccomended video also on the pp for the third stage of labour, Students are then given task to complete: Design a leaflet explaining labour to an expecting parent.  It should explain what to expect during labour.   Include the key terms: birth canal, contractions, crowning, dilate, and transition stage.  Include ways that a birthing partner could help the women during labour. Information provided on the methods of delivery for forceps and venthouse and there is a compare and contrast activity based on these methods. Information then provided on c sections. PP then focuses on the type of pain relief. Information provided on each one and a test your knowledge 10 minutes worth of exam questions to check progress. Another leaflet activity based on pain relief is then given to students: Design a leaflet explaining the different types of pain relief available.  It should explain what to expect from each type of pain relief.   Include the key terms: Entonox, pethidine, epidural anaesthetic, TENS, waterbirth.  Include an advantage for each and a disadvantage for each.  Suggest who each one would be suitable for Progress for learning grid included. Follows Cambridge National level 1/2 R018. Learning outcome 2.6 Understand antenatal care & preparation for birth: The stages of labour and the methods of delivery, including pain relief.
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RO19 LO2.2 Key factors to consider when choosing equipment for children one to five years

RO19 LO2.2 Key factors to consider when choosing equipment for children one to five years

Lesson on RO19 LO2.2 Key factors to consider when choosing equipment for children one to five years. Power point shows recap of factors that need to be considered when choosing equipment. Students are to provide a definition for four, explanation for two and provide an example for one. Information shown for: Age-appropriateness Safety: marks, checks, flammability and stability Design/ergonomics Cost & durability/durable materials Hygiene & cleanliness Apply it scenario provided and question to check students understanding. Five test your understanding questions and four stretch and challenge questions. Homework provided on the final slide of the power point. Follows Cambridge National Child Development Level 1/2 Child Development. RO19: LO2.2:Understand the key factors when choosing equipment for children from one to five years.
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AQA A-level psychology Approaches revision session: Social learning theory: key terms 7181/7182

AQA A-level psychology Approaches revision session: Social learning theory: key terms 7181/7182

*Session does not include information of either of Bandura’s research studies but includes information on key terminologys/concepts based on his research and looks at application skills preparing students for exam questions. Revision session based on Social learning theory, specifically the key terminologies/concepts based on Bandura’s research. Starter actvity is a match up activity. Students are provided with key terms from each of the approaches required in the specification for year 12. Social learning theory, cognitive approach, biological approach, behaviourist approach and the origins of psychology. Students sort the terms out and match them with the correct approach which they are relevant to. More able students should attempt to identify any key terms that are not provided for each approach (later shown on powerpoint in green) and attempt to explain as many as they can from each approach. ( I provided match up activity in envelope). Next activity students write as much information: key terms and explanations as they can about Social learning theory. They are not to write anything about Bandura’s procedures, findings or evaluations. This is a timed activity of two minutes. They are then to pass to another student who has a time limit of a minute. The next student adds any additional information, corrects any inaccuracies and elaborates on any information/key terms provided. This is repeated another two times, with another two students with a reduced amount of time for each student. Feedback to the class to discuss knowledge of the approach. Powerpoint shows feedback from the sample materials examiners reports for 2017 and 2016. This links in with the next exam question task which is focused on application and knowledge of key terminology. Task sheet handed to students which includes task instructions, scenario and exam question worth 6 marks. TASK INSTRUCTIONS Write brief definitions in each of the boxes containing the key terms. Read the scenario carefully. Underline parts of the scenario you think demonstrate the key terms. Use as many of the key terms in your answer. Exam question: Explain how Mick’s recent weight gain can be explained by Social learning theory. (6 marks) I allow students time for each instruction and then allow time to answer the question. Student friendly mark scheme is then provided which includes table with description of a level and marks that can be awarded and also possible content and possible application points. These are quite detailed to allow students to peer assess and award a mark to their answers but also so students can use to answer it again to gain full marks. Session is concluded with five true/ false questions with students using whiteboards/scrap paper to share their answers.
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RO18 LO1.1 Factors affecting the decision to have children Cambridge National Child Development

RO18 LO1.1 Factors affecting the decision to have children Cambridge National Child Development

Includes PowerPoint on the various factors that affect the decision to have children. PowerPoint includes key terms and a brainstorm your ideas activity, Information on each factor which affects the decision to have children is provided. Students have to then sort the advantages and disadvantages of both being a younger parent and being an older parent from the examples shown on the powerpoint. Powerpoint then provides information on the remaining factors to affect the decision to have children. Student then are presented with a question which they should answer using the style of a peel structure: point, evidence, explanation and link to question: Explain and Evaluate a wide range of factors that affect the decision to have children, include reference to ‘relationship between partners’, ‘finance’, parental age and ‘peer pressure/social expectations’ and ‘genetic counselling for hereditary diseases’. Five questions based on learning then provided to students and they are to answer on whiteboards/scrap paper. Homework included. Progress grids included. Follows Cambridge National level 1/2 R018. Learning outcome 1.1 Understand reproduction and the roles and responsibilities of parenthood: The wide range of factors that affect the decision to have children.
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RO18 LO1.2 Pre-conception health: Cambridge Nationals Child Development

RO18 LO1.2 Pre-conception health: Cambridge Nationals Child Development

Lesson on Pre-conception health from learning outcome one. (1.1) Powerpoint provides key terms which students need to be familiar with and a brainstorm your ideas and discussion activity. Powerpoint provides information on diet, exercise, healthy weight, the dangers of smoking, recreational drugs and alcohol and up to date immunisations. Progress grid included throughout so students can see what is required of the information shown. Five true/false questions are provided based on learning which students answer using a whiteboard/ scrap paper. Homework is also included. Follows the Cambridge National Level 1/2: RO18 Learning outcome one: 1.1. Understand reproduction and the roles and responsibilities of parenthood: Pre- conception health.
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RO18 LO1.3 Roles and responsibilities of parenthood Cambridge Nationals Child Development

RO18 LO1.3 Roles and responsibilities of parenthood Cambridge Nationals Child Development

Lesson on the roles and responsibilities of parenthood for learning outcome one (1.3) Powerpoint includes key terms that students need to be familiar with and then an idea brainstorm and discussion activity. Information on primary needs are provided and students are to discuss any additional needs that they think there may be. Students are then shown images that may be either primary or addditional needs. Students write on whiteboards/scrap paper which they think the answer is. (my students draw a red or green brain to indicate either one) Students then shown table on the powerpoint with an example completed for the primary need of clothing and how the parental role/rewsponsibility meets this need. Students then need to complete their own table for each primary and then additional need, stating how they are met by the roles and responisibilities of parenthood. Discussion activity on ‘why aren’t all needs primary’ and then a ranking activity for each of the primary needs. Students should justify their choices of ranking comparing and evaluating them. Case study sceanrio provided and students provided the following question to answer: How do you think this information impacts on the role and responsibilities of Sylvester’s parents with regard to providing for her primary care needs? Homework on powerpoint is for students to create their own case study showing primary/additional needs either not being met or being met. Follows Cambride National level 1/2. RO18 LO1 (1.3) Understand reproduction and the roles and responsibilities of parenthood: Roles and responsibilities of parenthood.
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RO18 LO1.4 Recognise & evaluate methods of contraception, their efficiency & reliability Cambridge N

RO18 LO1.4 Recognise & evaluate methods of contraception, their efficiency & reliability Cambridge N

Lesson on Recognising and evaluating methods of contraception, their efficienct and reliabilty from learning outcome one (1.4) Cambridge Nattional level1/2 Powerpoint shows the two types of contraception: barrier and hormonal methods and starter activity is a discussion for student on ‘when should we start thinking about contraception’ with feedback to the teacher. Types of contraception are written in different styles on slide eight and student are given 60 seconds to study them. After the 60 seconds students are given the same amount of time to recall as many as they can that were displayed. More able students should attempt to explain how some of the methods work. Information is then provided, first on barrier methods and then on hormonal methods of contraceptives. Students are then shown a table which lists the methods of contraceptives and students are to complete their own stating the pro’s and con’s for each method. ( I also print out some handouts on each method from the internet- NHS site is quite good for them) More able and less able tables provided. Next activity is to apply their knowledge by creating an informational poster: Instructions: Decide what factors the poster will incorporate Decide what information will be given about each factor Design the poster Use words like – where, when, how, who etc Pleanry is to discuss and show the rest of the table/nearby students one anothers posters. Follows Cambridge Nationals RO18 learning outcome one (1.4) Understand reproduction & the roles & responsibilities of parenthood: To recognise and evaluate methods of contraception, their efficiency and reliability.
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AQA GCSE psychology research methods revision mind maps

AQA GCSE psychology research methods revision mind maps

Mind maps for the research methods topic for GCSE psychology. This resource is accessible for students as they are simple mind maps but they cover everything on the AQA specification for the research methods topic. Experimental method Sampling methods Non-experimentall methods Case studies Observation studies Correlation Ethics Data Handling I use the maps 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.
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Cambridge National Child Development RO18 LO1 revision mind map

Cambridge National Child Development RO18 LO1 revision mind map

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.
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GCSE psychology 8182 Development revision mind map

GCSE psychology 8182 Development revision mind map

Mind map of the development 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 development 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.
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Paper one Cognition & Behaviour mind maps

Paper one Cognition & Behaviour mind maps

Mind map of the topics included in cognition and behaviour paper 1 for GCSE psychology. These resources are accessible for students as they are simple mind maps but they covers everything on the AQA specification: Memory Perception Development Research Methods I use the maps 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.
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GCSE AQA psychology Memory mind map 8182

GCSE AQA psychology Memory mind map 8182

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.
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GCSE AQA psychology perception  revision mind map 8182

GCSE AQA psychology perception revision mind map 8182

Mind map of the perception 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 perception 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.
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