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Uploaded a file called Moray PPT

google slides ppt, tried to simplify  as a cluttered procedure and give back ground, lead up to study,



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Uploaded a file called Moray PPT

google slides ppt, tried to simplify  as a cluttered procedure and give back ground, lead up to study,



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Uploaded a file called OCR 2015 PAirs of studies grid

Use as an A3 sheet to fillin in pairs/small groups to collate students thought on how the contemporary study in each pair relates to key theme, and changes the thinking on social, individual and cultural diversity. Mine tend to be seeing the core studies in isolation so trying to make them branch out a bit.



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Commented on Graphs and Tables for AS Research Methods

Designed for AQA A PSYA1, but probably universal. Tables and graphs are all created on the type of data students would encounter in Units 1 & 2. Did these as it seems quite difficult to find graphs on the internet to embed that are in context for them. Minimal text, lots of graphics.



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Commented on Lip plates of Suri Women - Tribe BBC

Certainly not for the squeamish students or teacher. A great insight into the life of Suri women. Useful for PSYA3 - Realationships



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Commented on Rosenhan Dominoes

A set of domino questions to use for checking knowledge & understanding of Rosenhan.  Use as a whole class activity or as a competition between groups to see who can finish the fastest.



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Shared a video called BBC I player Inside my Brain, Charlotte Church

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b09pb8rl/charlotte-church-inside-my-brain A fascinating documentary on neuropsychology, very accessible!  ONLY AVAILABLE FOR 30 DAYS



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Commented on Cognitive interview - demonstrate context reinstatment with 'Mean Girls'

A very short clip that can be used to demonstrate why context reinstatment works. Kady is trying to solve a maths problem and does so by imagining herself back in her classroom. The cue of the classroom helps her remember the answer.