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Word length effect class activity

shared by Wendy Jones
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This timed presentation allows students to understand how research into the WMM has been carried out.This was a 'thinking in action' task which my class thoroughly enjoyed. I literally made it in the classroom whilst students were completing the below activity. I also got them to write an aim and hypotheses for the experiment, sampling, identify the experimental design, including the strengths/weaknesses and possible variations.

WMM Revision Sheet

shared by C Nolan
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This is a good revision sheet or a sheet for students to take their own notes with. I made it with the Visual Companion by Cardwell & Flannagan so it works best with that.

Memory - working model labelling activity

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Allows students to consolidate their knowledge of the WM and prepare some revision material.

PSYA1 Memory Revision...in an hour!

shared by Victoria Varney
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With one lesson remaining before the exam I aim to cover the main elements of the memory topic in an hour!

Working memory model

shared by Rebecca Moore
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PowerPoint covering the working memory model from Cognitive Psychology, and case studies as a research technique. AQA A PSYA1

Experiment WMM Handouts

shared by Wendy Jones
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To be used alongside the powerpoint Experiment WMM.

Experiment WMM

shared by Wendy Jones
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This is an edit of a powerpoint kindly provided by another member of this site. All you need to do is print off the handouts double sided and use the powerpoint as a visual. Handouts labelled Experiment WMM Handouts.

Working Memory Model experiment example

shared by Simon Knight
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Powerpoint slides (with alarms on the timers...so don't be shocked by them please!) with instructions on a (somewhat rough and ready) working memory model experiment, with the materials copied onto the two end slides (I'd copy these back into word to print).  Any recommendations for improvements appreciated