This is a whole lesson which was originally delivered over a 3 hour session but can be divided to make shorter sessions. Students will explore a range of topics via research, discuss and debating activities. Topics are as follows: Euthanasia and the differences between the subtypes Making Choices about end of life care End of Life Policies
This lesson aims to provide them with an awareness so they are able to answer theory questions. I then arranged for St John Ambulance to come in to deliver a basic first aid course to students to gain their certificate. This could be amended to be delivered in tutorial or detail added to make it applicable to higher level BTEC or A-Level courses. This PowerPoint contains activities on how to call 999 and what to say, DR ABC protocol, risk assessment, basic treatment of unconsciousness, burns, bleeding, fractures, anaphylaxis and choking. Their are practical activities throughout with instructions which include scenarios. You would benefit from basic first aid supplies e.g. gloves, bandages etc. CPR is not included in the lesson content due to health and safety implications and not having access to a resuscitation mannequin at the time of delivery. Teacher will need some basic prior knowledge to deliver this lesson.
This Tutorial features an activity on the 'Say No To Drugs campaign', an embedded maths activity on what alcohol data is showing amongst other discussion and research style activities. By the end of the session, students will be more knowledgeable on the dangers of alcohol and drugs.
An excellent value bundle, saving 69%. The bundle includes 9 topic areas and hours of activities for students in the following areas: Anti-discriminatory Practice, Alternative and Complementary health Care, Communication, Community Care, End of Life Care, Ethics, Discriminatory Practices, Multi-Disciplinary Team Work. Students will develop their ICT, Evluation, Research, Employability, English and Maths skills.
A very detailed, heavy session which covers various aspects of Atypcial Psychology, including activities for students. I would recommend re-formating to make slides more user friendly. Originally designed for Access to Higher Education but can be tweaked to fit A-Level specifications.
Originally produced for BTEC H&SC, Unit 9, Level 2 but would also be suitable for GCSE. Lesson was delivered in 1.5 hours with objectives as follows: To describe how smoking can effect health To explain why a smoker is at risk of diseases Please note, the quiz I have adapted from elsewhere but all other activities are original. Student activities include a smoking advert analysis, a paired extension activity where students investigate Cannabis, labelling physical and emotional health effects on worksheet provided, producing a warning poster/warning leaflet, starter activity and a range of other activities.
This tutorial which could be delivered over two sessions has been designed with very little teacher input. I originally designed this for a group of personal tutors who had never delivered this topic and were concerned about whether their knowledge was up to date. This puts the onus on the students and is research based. It has been designed in such a way that students should stay on topic and address the tutorial in a sensible manner if groups are planned ahead of time by the teacher delivering the sessions. Smaller groups will work best. Lesson Objectives: Investigate a range of sexual health related topics and produce a 5 minute presentation Present information about a sexual health topic Identify sexual health services
This is an introductory lesson designed to show learners the key features of play scripts. The lesson covers the key features students need to know and finishes with a task designed to get students to write part of their own script. A practical performing lesson could follow on from this lesson where students act out parts in each others plays or lead into students writing a full play script. The lesson objectives are: 1. To explore the conventions and features of a play script. 2. To examine a play script 3. To practise writing a play script
This bundle includes session plans, lesson resources and handouts to cover: Interviews Application Forms Employment Letter writing
A comprehensive 9 page workbook on Application Forms and resources which contains activities and information on the following : 1. The Employers Perspective-Student put themselves in the position of the employer and decide who they would want to interview based on application forms 2. Key things to remember when completing application forms-room for student notes 3. Student checklist 4. How employers look through application forms e.g. searching questions 5. Transferable Skills Information 6. Transferable Skills Review Activity 7. Student Reflection/Evaluation
This bundle contrains lessons, handouts and activities which cover the following aspects of applying for jobs: Career Planning and Personal Skills Reviews Conflict Management and Coping with Setbacks Stress Awareness Employability Skills Workshop Employment Letter Writing Knowing Where to Look for Jobs
Students will explore the following in relation to health and social care via a range of activities: To Explain what is meant by the term ‘multi-disciplinary team’ (MDT) To Evaluate multi-disciplinary team working within the Health and Social Care context To Analyse the influence of a health care professional and their professional bodies
This is is a full lesson with activities which goes over in detail interview preparation, how to prepare for 'killer' questions and interview techniques to name but a few. The PowerPoint lesson resource has detailed notes in the notes field to help with delivery. There is a session plan included which can be adapted to suit your organisations paperwork. Aims and Objectives: To identify what an interview is for To identify some common questions To know how to deal with a “Killer Question” To identify why people aren’t successful at interview. Full information handouts for students as well as a student self evaluation activity on interview skills have been provided also.
This lesson introduces students or can act as a refresher for students on how to write imaginatively. Students will recap the terms: Alliteration, Simile, Metaphor and Adjectives and will use these terms to analyse examples of imaginative writing, guiding them into choosing an imaginative writing task in order to produce their own piece. The lesson objectives are: 1. To recap writing to imagine, explore and entertain 2. To consider how to approach imaginative tasks 3. To practise responding to imaginative tasks
This was originally delivered over 2, 3 hour lessons to Access to HE students. There are activities including; types of abuse, accessible complaints procedures, serious case reviews and an activity where students have to design a new Health and Social Care Service compliant with safeguarding policy. Please note that this lesson is aimed at adult learners who have some prior knowledge of safeguarding. Furthermore, learners are expected to work as independent learners in the same way that they will at university. You will require computers for your students in order for them to do some independent research.
Designed as part of an Adult Employability Skills course. This session was designed to provide students with an awareness of discrimination, equality and equal opportunities to empower them with knowledge of their rights. This resource would benefit from a powerpoint presentation which could be based on the information in the worksheet. There are student activities throughout which will be suitable for an array of learners.
This lesson was delivered as part of a 1 hour tutorial designed to provide students with a taster of what employability skills, what are employers looking for and to encourage them to start considering what skills they already have. Features teacher prompts and student centred activities. You will need a classroom with computers and internet access for this lesson. Might work well at the start of the year for a taster of what skills students should expect to develop on whatever courses they are studying. Can be made subject specific.
Leaflet Activity Handout which provides students instructions on completing a task on hand washing, uniforms, personal hygiene, PPE etc. This was originally created for a year 9 LA GCSE Health & Social Care group but can be amended to suit other abilities/ages.