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AQA B PSYB3 explanations of crime debate

shared by Linda Mortimer
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A powerpoint that sets up a debate between biological and psychodynamic explanations of crime using De Bono's 6 hats. Can be adapted easiy for other topics/debates

de Bono - example from psychology lesson

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Resources from the MMU PGCE session at the 2011 ATP Conference.

de Bono colours 2

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Resources from the MMU PGCE session at the 2011 ATP Conference.

de Bono colours

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Resources from the MMU PGCE session at the 2011 ATP Conference.

de Bono activity to complete

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Resources from the MMU PGCE session at the 2011 ATP Conference.

Thinking about Milgram - six hat table to help them structure some evaluative comments

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Uses de Bono six thinking hats to get them to retrieve some prior knowledge once you have taught the study and others. The hats are handy as they act as a peg on which the pupils can hang their varied evalautive comments. Rememebrign the colours forces them to think of new thigns to say under each hat and might push them to elaborate a little bit further.

Milgram evaluation discussion cards using de Bono's 6 thinking

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Cut them up and dole them out one per pair or three, get them to have a think and chat and answer the questions ansd then share them all as a group to make a big evalaution brain map.

Using De Bono's thinking hats in psychology

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To go with the thinkng hats activity for the frustration aggression hypothesis. Explains how students can use the thinking hats when discussing a theory or study and how they relate to the different assessment objectives.

Frustration aggression hypothesis - thinking hats

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An activity using De Bono's thinking hats getting students to describe and evaluate the frustration aggression hypothesis. This could be used for any theory really and I have found it to be a good way to prepare them for different types of exam questions e.g. if a question asks you to describe you need to 'put your white thinking hat on'. I will also upload a sheet I give them explaining how the thinking hats could relate to the different assessment objectives.