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A range of full lessons (powerpoints/activities) for both A-level Psychology and BTEC Health and Social Care. Any feedback on resources downloaded would be much appreciated.

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A range of full lessons (powerpoints/activities) for both A-level Psychology and BTEC Health and Social Care. Any feedback on resources downloaded would be much appreciated.
Types of Long-Term Memory- Psychology A-level
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Types of Long-Term Memory- Psychology A-level

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A lesson which outlines and evaluate types of Long-Term Memory (semantic, episodic and procedural). There are a range of suggested activities including some independent work summarising the types of LTM, a comparison task, and an evaluation task where students are given the 'evidence' but need to consider what the point and explanation might be. Finally there is an application style exam question.
Evaluating Research Studies (GRAVE) Psychology
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Evaluating Research Studies (GRAVE) Psychology

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A powerpoint which outlines how to evaluate research studies using the mnemonic GRAVE (generalisability, reliability, application, validity (internal and ecological) ethics. This powerpoint defines each of the key terms as well as examples (and/or mini discussion activities) of each of these to develop students understanding of these concepts. The lesson ends with a review of other research methods (sampling techniques, design types, experimental types etc) using a 'you say we pay' style game. This is where one student stands with their back to the board and the class describe the key terms to them.
Ensuring Safety in H&SC Settings (Unit 2 Health and Social Care)
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Ensuring Safety in H&SC Settings (Unit 2 Health and Social Care)

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A 2 hour lesson which helps students to learn how people within H&SC settings 'ensure safety' of service users, staff and visitors. This lesson includes a a powerpoint presentation which outlines key information and some student activities including; a risk assessment, exam questions, matching task.
Anxiety and Eyewitness Testimony (Psychology)
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Anxiety and Eyewitness Testimony (Psychology)

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A powerpoint and resources to help students outline and evaluate the influence of anxiety on EWT. This includes a range of activities including creating a comic strip to summarise the 2 key studies (Yuille and Cutshall and Johnson and Scott), research methods questions linked to key studies, comparison task, evaluation prompts, 'spot the mistakes' model essay and a mini-quiz as a plenary.
Evaluation Working Memory Model (WMM) - Psychology
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Evaluation Working Memory Model (WMM) - Psychology

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A lesson (powerpoint and resources) to evaluate the working memory model (WMM). The lesson starts with a quick review task for the outline of WMM. Then the lesson include a range of activities including discussion based questions, experiments where students act as the participants to replicate research and ending with an essay plan
Working Memory Model (Outline and Application) Psychology
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Working Memory Model (Outline and Application) Psychology

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A lesson in which students will learn to outline the working memory model and also apply their knowledge of the model. The lesson requires students to summarise the WMM with a framework to structure their notes. The powerpoint includes an application style question for students to apply their knowledge of WMM. Finally there is a question and answer loop to review WMM which might be used as a handout or the questions/answers displayed around the classroom as a kind of 'treasure hunt' activity.
Health and Social Care Unit 2 Health Care Job Roles
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Health and Social Care Unit 2 Health Care Job Roles

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Students will learn what the roles of each health care professional has including doctors, specialist doctors, occupational therapist, care assistant, nurse, midwives. This will also outline the health care settings in which each of these work within. A powerpoint presentation (with activities and suggested answers) and matching task is included for the lesson.
Milgram and Variations (Outline and Evaluation)
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Milgram and Variations (Outline and Evaluation)

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A series of resources for approximately 3 hours worth of teaching. The first lesson 'outline Milgram' consists of a video, summary task and paired discussion to consider ethical issues of the study. The second lesson starts with a review of the study and key figures related to the study, then this focuses on evaluation of Milgram with a framework using a P,E,E format. Finally the third lessons outlines and evaluates Milgrams variations including proximity, location and uniform. Within this lesson there is some research methods/maths embedded as well as an application style exam question. Attached is also a set of 'quiz quiz trade' cards which review all the content above as a plenary / starter or even revision task for students.
Explanations of Obedience (Agentic State and Legitimacy of Authority
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Explanations of Obedience (Agentic State and Legitimacy of Authority

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A lesson to outline and then evaluate 2 explanations of obedience. A number of activities are included starting with a discussion based around the Nuremberg trials. This is then followed up with some teacher input and then an associated cloze activity for students. Students then complete an application style exam question (suggested answers attached). Finally there is an evaluation task where students need to use prompts to complete 'effective evaluation'. Finally students consolidate their knowledge with 'dominos' to review key terms for both the outline and evaluation of the theories. A suggested homework to review the My Lai Massacre is also included.
Empowering Individuals (Unit 2 Health and Social Care
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Empowering Individuals (Unit 2 Health and Social Care

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A lesson which outlines how to empower individuals within a H&SC setting such as promoting individualised care, promoting rights to dignity & independence, supporting beliefs, cultures and preferences. The attached powerpoint outlines all key information and the lesson ends with an exam question to put their learning into practice.
Jeopardy Revision Activity
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Jeopardy Revision Activity

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A quiz to review Explanations of Conformity, Asch, Zimbardo, Milgram using a jeopardy format. Excellent for revision, best used as a class activity
Applying Behaviourist and Social Learning Theory to Health and Social Care (Unit 11 BTEC Level 3)
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Applying Behaviourist and Social Learning Theory to Health and Social Care (Unit 11 BTEC Level 3)

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Resources for between 2-3 lessons which helps learners to understand how the Behaviourist Perspective and Social Learning Theory can be applied to H&SC settings. This includes understanding challenging behaviour, behaviour shaping, changing behaviour, use of models to promote anti-discriminatory practice and promoting health education campaigns. There are a range of resources included such as a video, create your own health campaign task and a number of scenarios in which students can apply their own knowledge.
Interference Theory of Forgetting Psychology
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Interference Theory of Forgetting Psychology

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A lessons in which students will learn about interference theory (outline and evaluate) There are a number of activities embedded within the powerpoint including a summary of studies, research methods based questions and an application style essay.
Research into Short-term and Long-term Memory (Psychology)
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Research into Short-term and Long-term Memory (Psychology)

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Resources for 2+ lessons which outlines STM and LTM memory (capacity, coding, duration) as well as research into these. The first lesson includes a powerpoint ('coding and capacity') and handouts ('jacobs and baddeley' and 'evaluation grid P,E,E'). The second lesson includes a powerpoint 'duration of STM and LTM' and handout 'research duration of STM and LTM' The powerpoints have a number of activities embedded. The lessons are excellent for student engagement with both of them requiring students to be active participants in experiments to replicate many of these studies.