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

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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.
Revision: Sign Test (and type I & type II errors)
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Revision: Sign Test (and type I & type II errors)

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This is a revision lesson. It is designed to help students to calculate and report the findings of the sign test as well as define and answer questions relating to type I and type 2 errors. This is a fully resourced lesson with both a presentation and student handout. The lesson starts with definitions of key terms e.g. statistical testing and probability. The powerpoint then provides a step-by-step demonstration of how to calculate the sign test and how to report the findings of the statistical test. Then students are given 2 examples of studies which require them to calculate the sign test and report their findings. An extension task is provided which requires students to report the findings of 3 other studies using the sign test. Finally students are given a definition of a type 1 and type 2 error, with 3 exam-style questions to complete(suggested answers in the ‘notes’ box on the powerpoint.
Issues that affects access (BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3) Unit 2 Learning Aim B2
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Issues that affects access (BTEC Health & Social Care Level 3) Unit 2 Learning Aim B2

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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'.
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.
Zimbardo- Conformity to Social Roles (Social Influence)
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Zimbardo- Conformity to Social Roles (Social Influence)

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

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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.
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.
Learning Aim C2: Working Practices BTEC Health and Social Care Level 3 Unit 2
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Learning Aim C2: Working Practices BTEC Health and Social Care Level 3 Unit 2

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A two-part lesson lasting between 1-5-2 hours. The first powerpoint (skills to work in these areas) helps students to learn and apply their knowledge of the 6C’s. The first task is a mindmap to ‘learn/review’ what the 6C’s are. This is followed up by an article from nursingtimes.net (6C’s story of the Month) where students have to find examples of each of the 6C’s demonstrating their ability to apply their knowledge. Finally students compare the 6C’s to the RCN principles of nursing practice to identify similarity and differences. Lesson two uses powerpoint two (working practices). This starts with a definition of key terms e.g. regulation, policy and procedure and then explains how these affect working practice. The final task is an independent research task which requires students to use the internet to review examples of poor practice (e.g. Mid-Staffordshire Hospital Trust, Jessica Chapman & Holly Wells as well as Victoria Climbe & Baby P. The powerpoint includes prompts, suggested websites and answers.
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.
Research Methods: Sampling Techniques
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Research Methods: Sampling Techniques

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The lesson starts with a review of basic research methods such as ethical guidelines, hypothesis, types of experiments, research design using 'numbered heads together'. (instructions in slide 'notes') An interactive powerpoint presentation to outline each of the 5 sampling methods required by AQA (Random, Opportunity, Volunteer, Stratified and Systematic). This is followed by an application task (worksheet provided) and an evaluation matching task (worksheet provided) both with accompanying answer
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.
Revision of Working Memory Model
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Revision of Working Memory Model

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A student-centered lesson provided for revision of ‘working memory model’ Question and Answers ’ Loop’: This helps students to review the key aspects of the WMM (AO1).The answers provided (on page 2 of the document) were printed, cut stuck up around the room. Students were then given the questions and had to find the relevant answers. There is answer sheet provided. Revision Map: This helps students to review key aspects of WMM (AO1/AO3) requiring students to answer a series of short-answer questions to review the model. There are some suggested answers written in brief. They could then be asked to write an essay (or create an essay plan) for a 16 mark question “Dicuss research into Working Memory Model” Quiz Quiz Trade (Flashcards): These are flashcards provided for students to help students test each other on key aspects of the theory Cloze Activity: A ‘model’ essay which has key terms missing to help students to engage with specialist vocabulary within WMM and help consolidate their understanding.
Revision Lesson: Explanations of Obedience
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Revision Lesson: Explanations of Obedience

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A student-centered lesson provided for revision on Explanations of Obedience Revision Map: This helps students to review key aspects of Explanations of Obedience such as Agentic State, Legitimacy of Authority and Authoritarian Personality (AO1/AO3) requiring students to answer a series of short-answer questions to review the model. There are some suggested answers written in brief. They could then be asked to write an essay (or create an essay plan) for a 16 mark question “Discuss explanations of obedience, referring to the scenario” Quiz Quiz Trade (Flashcards): These are flashcards provided for students to help students test each other on key aspects of the theories
Revision Activities - Theories of Forgetting
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Revision Activities - Theories of Forgetting

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There are student-centered lesson to help revise theories of forgetting (interference theory & retrieval failure. Matching Task: A list of statements which outlined (APFC) each of the 4 studies (McGeoch & McDonald, Schmidt et al, Godden & Baddeley, Carter and Cassaday) that students had to identify. Revision Map- A set of short answer questions which helps students to review/consolidate key aspects of ‘theories of forgetting’ through a series of short answer exam questions. Following this activity they could then complete a 16 mark exam question “Discuss theories of Forgetting with reference to the scenario” Quiz Quiz Trade (Flashcards) which review theories of forgetting (AO1/AO3) which students use to test each other on the key aspects of the theories.
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