Study Skills/Employability

Study Skills/Employability

This bundle is aimed at ages 16-Adults and covers essential aspects of most study skills/employment courses. It can also be used for tutorials during the lead up to students applying for jobs or applying for university. This bundle also includes presentation skills, career planning and personal SWOT Analyses.
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Career Planning

Career Planning

This tutorial was delivered over two one hour sessions to 16+ students and has links to up to date online resources. It guides students through the importance of planning their career and enables them to produce an initial careers plan. Lesson Objectives: Be able to identify career paths in your sector Be able to demonstrate your skills Be able to create a development plan and set goals for your future
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Introduction to Market Segmentation/How is Marketing Targeted to different groups?

Introduction to Market Segmentation/How is Marketing Targeted to different groups?

Aimed at GCSE Travel and Tourism, this lesson will provide students with the opportunity to become familiar with the key terminology, look at examples of market segmentation with regards to advertising. Whilst this lesson is aimed at Travel Tourism, it may also be applicable to some business studies students. Lesson Outcomes: To identify the market segments relating to demographics, lifestyle and psychographics To explain how products are changed to suit different groups’ needs
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Introduction to Organisation of Texts and Language Effects-2 Lessons

Introduction to Organisation of Texts and Language Effects-2 Lessons

This powerpoint contains two lessons: The first is about raising students awareness of identifying organisational devices and why they are used. The activities within the lesson will be centred around the following objectives: 1. To consider why texts have organisational features 2. To examine a text and comment upon organisational features 3. To collate information about organisational features Lesson two will be providing students with the opportunity to construct detailed PEE paragraphs regarding the effects that language can have upon on reader e.g. adjectives/noun phrases etc. The lesson objectives for the second lesson will be as followed: 1.To consider the impressions created by specific words 2.To explain effects on the reader 3.To evaluate the effect of words in a text
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Banning of religious symbols

Banning of religious symbols

This lesson is designed to enable students to explore some of the arguments surrounding countries banning religious symbols. Originally it was delivered as a part of a tutorial but will also be applicable to a range of lessons e.g. PSHE, critical thinking and religious studies. The slides are not extensive and the idea behind this lesson was to encourage discussion and students using the internet to explore activities in more detail in order to nurture independent learning.
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Internet safety, Sexting and grooming

Internet safety, Sexting and grooming

This tutorial is based upon CEOP's guidance in order to make young people aware of the dangers of the internet, grooming and sexting. This lesson covers the following objectives: 1. Explain the dangers of Internet safety 2. Identify the laws that help control internet content 3. Use the materials in this presentation to produce a tutorial session on Internet safety. Students will participate in discussion and research-based activities.
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Introduction to re-telling traditional stories

Introduction to re-telling traditional stories

Students will be introduced to re-telling/writing traditional stories with a modern twist. The Learning Outcomes are: 1. To explore traditional stories 2. To discuss ways in which traditional stories have been re-told 3. To respond to an example of a re-told story There are student activities throughout this 21 slide Powerpoint document which are devised to introduce students to the notion of re-inventing exisiting stories.
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Introduction to Imaginative/ Creative Writing

Introduction to Imaginative/ Creative Writing

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
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Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

There are a range of resources in this bundle which can be delivered to students of many abilities from 11-16. Some resources are also applicable to A-Level students. They cover; study skills, English and a range of PSHE/tutorial topics which require little planning. The price of this bundle means that you are getting each resource for less than £1
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Introduction into writing travel brochures/travel brochure writing

Introduction into writing travel brochures/travel brochure writing

This is an introductory lesson into the features of travel brochures. There are activities and discussions for students to participate in throughout the lesson. This lesson could be used prior to students writing their own full travel brochure. The Objectives are: 1. Recognise features of Travel Brochures 2. Examine features of Travel Brochures and their Audiences 3. Write an extract of a travel brochure
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Introduction to Writing Play Scripts

Introduction to Writing Play Scripts

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
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Introduction to Writing

Introduction to Writing

This bundle features introductory lessons on the following areas: Travel Brochure Writing Imaginative Writing Play Script Writing Writing to Argue and Persuade
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Introduction to Writing to Argue and Persuade

Introduction to Writing to Argue and Persuade

This is an introductory lesson aimed at introduces students to some of the techniques used in writing to make a text more persuasive/argumentative. There will be opportunities in the lessons for students to construct their own persuasive paragraphs as well as critiquing example paragraphs/sentences in terms of effectiveness. This would be a useful lesson to introduce students to this idea before looking at more complex aspects of this writing style. Lesson outcomes: 1. Identify similarities and differences between persuading and arguing 2. To examine the technique of using exaggeration in writing to argue and persuade. 3. To examine the technique of the rule of three when writing to argue or persuade.
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Safeguarding

Safeguarding

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.
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The Meaning of Texts

The Meaning of Texts

This lesson is aimed at classes who are analysing texts, inferring and deciphering meanings from texts. There are whole class activities and independent activities based around non-fiction and fiction texts. The lesson has been created to get students thinking about what writers mean, taking their reading further than comprehension level.
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Application Form Activity Workbook with Lesson Plan

Application Form Activity Workbook with Lesson Plan

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
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Health Promotion

Health Promotion

This is about 4 hours worth of teacher-led tutorial and student activities on health promotion. Students will cover the following: Healthy/unhealthy/risk taking behaviours Why health promotion is used Organisations on a local and national level which seek to promote health Health Targets Models of Behaviour Change Health Promotion Activities and Techniques Students will build on their research and evaluation skills.
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Interviews

Interviews

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.
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Psychology/Mental Health

Psychology/Mental Health

A range of full lessons on psychology and mental health. Applicable to A-Level, Health and Social Courses, Psychology Courses and Access to HE Courses.
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Healthy Relationships Tutorial

Healthy Relationships Tutorial

In light of Valentines day, this is the ideal tutorial designed to get students to think for themselves about what is a healthy and an unhealthy relationship. Students will also discuss abuse and why abusive relationships can be difficult to break away from. Students will partake in discussions and light activities which can be further examined with older or more mature student groups. Advice provided to students on where they can go for support should they need it.
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Career Planning

Career Planning

This tutorial was delivered over two one hour sessions to 16+ students and has links to up to date online resources. It guides students through the importance of planning their career and enables them to produce an initial careers plan. Lesson Objectives: Be able to identify career paths in your sector Be able to demonstrate your skills Be able to create a development plan and set goals for your future
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End of Life Care Palliative Care

End of Life Care Palliative Care

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
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Community Care-Health and Social Care Provision

Community Care-Health and Social Care Provision

This lesson is aimed at developing students academic skills and giving them an overview into the various aspects of Community Care and why it is necessary considering the current state of the Health and Social Care system. This was originally delivered in two, 3 hour blocks, however can easily be adapted to work over several shorter lessons. The lesson covers: Overview of Community Care Examples of Services Primary and Intermediate Care Real life examples with case studies Day Centres Home Care VS Hospital Care Reducing Avoidable admissions Self Management of Health Conditions Tele-Health/Tele-Care The activities which have been included for students are designed to prepare students for university e.g. writing literature reviews, investigative the effectiveness, evaluations, research and discussions. References and Data used throughout.
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