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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.

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.
Ensuring Safety in H&SC Settings (Unit 2 Health and Social Care)

Ensuring Safety in H&SC Settings (Unit 2 Health and Social Care)

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.
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Zimbardo- Conformity to Social Roles (Social Influence)

Zimbardo- Conformity to Social Roles (Social Influence)

This resource includes 2-3 hours worth of activities to enable students to outline and evaluate Zimbardo study. Lesson 1: A powerpoint and video link (approx 30-40 mins) for students to gain a good understanding of the Zimbardo study. Lesson 2: A review of the video and a detailed handout of the Zimbardo study followed by a 'bingo' style activity for students to review their knowledge. Lesson 3: A powerpoint, matching activity and model essay which helps students to be able to evaluate. Students will then consolidate their knowledge through a 'spot the mistakes' activity which when complete gives them a 'model essay' which they can create their own essay plan from.
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Asch (1951) and Variations (Conformity) Social Influence

Asch (1951) and Variations (Conformity) Social Influence

This is a 1-2 hour lesson which should help students outline Asch's original study and 3 variations (group size, unanimity and task difficulty) as well as to evaluate Asch. This includes a powerpoint and a student handout/worksheet which provides them with key information and activities to complete during the lesson. In addition to this there is a 'blankety blank' style quiz/game to help students review the content of the lesson. Excellent as a plenary or a starter the following lesson to review the content.
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Models of Memory

Models of Memory

A set of lessons to outline & evaluate topics of memory including:- 1. Outlining differences between short-term and long-term memory including research such as Jacobs, Peterson and Peterson, Baddeley and Bahrick 1. Multi-store model of memory 2. Working Memory Model 3. Types of Long-Term Memory These lessons provide a range of activities including replications of experiments, videos, 'treasure hunt' as well as a writing frames and practice exam questions
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Roles of Organisations (CQC) regulating service Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 2 Learning Aim B4

Roles of Organisations (CQC) regulating service Health & Social Care Level 3 Unit 2 Learning Aim B4

An student led lesson to help students understand the role of the CQC in regulating and inspecting service. The lessons starts with a brief video outlining what CQC does with some brief questions to keep students focused. Then students are provided with a framework (with suggested teacher answers) to help guide their research using course textbooks and the internet. Finally students are provided with 'dominos' to review their knowledge of the CQC as a plenary.
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Jeopardy Revision Activity

Jeopardy Revision Activity

A quiz to review Explanations of Conformity, Asch, Zimbardo, Milgram using a jeopardy format. Excellent for revision, best used as a class activity
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Empowering Individuals (Unit 2 Health and Social Care

Empowering Individuals (Unit 2 Health and Social Care

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.
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Factors Affecting Development Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspectives

Factors Affecting Development Health and Social Care Unit 11 Psychological Perspectives

A 1-2 hour lesson which outlines factors that might affect the development and behaviours of an individual (for example, Physical Social, Cultural & Emotional , Economic, Physical Environment, Psychological) There are a range of activities included such as videos, discussions, application style questions using the core text book. For all of these activities there are some suggested answers in the notes section of the powerpoint.
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Working in Partnership & the Holistic Approach (Health and Social Care Unit 2)

Working in Partnership & the Holistic Approach (Health and Social Care Unit 2)

A lesson which helps students to understand what working in partnership and the holistic approach is and also to discuss possible strengths and weaknesses with each of these. The lesson which could last between 1-2 hours includes video links (Victoria Climbe and Baby P) to discuss multi-agency workings and previous failures, matching task to identify strengths and weaknesses of working in partnership and some exam questions with a brief 'writing frame' and some suggested answers.
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Issues that affects access (BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3) Unit 2 Learning Aim B2

Issues that affects access (BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3) Unit 2 Learning Aim B2

A 2 part lesson (approx 2 hours) that covers 'issues that affects access learning aim B2. The first lessons starts with a review of 'Settings in HSC' from the previous lesson (learning aim B1). Then students are required to use the student textbook to summarise referrals e.g. self-referral, third party referral and professional referrals for which there are prompts to help support students notes. Following this there is a short video and teacher led powerpoint to outline 'assessment'. Finally, there is a handout and 'transformation' task for students. This requires them to represent eligibility criteria using pictures and symbols. There is an additional application task to end the lesson and review eligibility criteria. The second lessons (powerpoint '2. Barriers to Service') starts with an exam questions to review lesson one with some sentence starters for supporting students if needed and some suggested answers from the mark scheme for self-assessment. Then students are required to work independently to create a mindmap of barriers that affect access using the student textbook. Then students need to work in pairs to identity which barriers might affect specific service users the most. Finally, students complete an exam question (mark scheme attached for self assessment) to consolidate their understanding of 'barriers affecting access'.
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Ways services are provided/Roles of organisations (B1) BTEC Health and Social Care Unit 2 Level 3

Ways services are provided/Roles of organisations (B1) BTEC Health and Social Care Unit 2 Level 3

A fully resourced lesson to outline the ways services are provided by the public, private and voluntary sector. This outlines what public, private and voluntary sectors are and considers the similarities and differences between them. Also students investigate health care (NHS/GP) and social care (Adult Social Care and Children's Services) further to discover how they are funded, services provided etc. The lesson include a range of activities including a powerpoint presentation with key information (teacher input), KWL grid to elicit knowledge from learners and enable them to reflect on their learning, videos, matching tasks (with answers provided).
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Types of Long-Term Memory- Psychology A-level

Types of Long-Term Memory- Psychology A-level

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.
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Evaluating Research Studies (GRAVE) Psychology

Evaluating Research Studies (GRAVE) Psychology

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.
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Retrieval Failure

Retrieval Failure

A lesson which helps students outline and evaluate retrieval failure. This include a presentation which outline the key points of the theory. A handout which include 2 studies (Godden and Baddeley & Carter and Cassaday) and some evaluation prompts (with answers) to help students develop their own evaluation points. There is also a set of quiz quiz trade cards that might be useful for revision of interference theory and retrieval failure (useful as a plenary or starter next lesson)
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Unit 11: Psychodynamic Approach (Psychological Perspectives- Health and Social Care)

Unit 11: Psychodynamic Approach (Psychological Perspectives- Health and Social Care)

A lesson to outline psychodynamic approach. This includes a powerpoint, short video and handout to help students understand the influence of the unconscious mind, psychosexual stages, 3 parts of personality and ego defence mechanisms. There is a mixture of teacher led and student led activities. Access to the internet is recommended for a small section of the lesson but this could easily be copied & printed for students.
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Anxiety and Eyewitness Testimony (Psychology)

Anxiety and Eyewitness Testimony (Psychology)

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.
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