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Uploaded a file called Psychology timeline posters

Posters for your classroom showing significant events in Psychology



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Uploaded a file called Designing observational research AS/A2

Powerpoint introducing what an observation is, including a task where students have to create behavioural categories and compare intimate behaviours between dates in the light and in the dark



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Uploaded a file called Writing Hypotheses Worksheet

A worksheet I created to help the GCSE students understand how to write hypotheses. It gives guidelines at the top to help them with wording and uses examples I feel they can relate to a bit more than the usual ones (the boys in particular loved the Call of Duty example!).



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Uploaded a file called AQA GCSE Personality Unit - Biological Causes of Antisocial Personality Disorder powerpoint

Powerpoint outlining the biological causes of APD and Raine's (2000) supporting study. Created for use in the AQA GCSE Personality unit.



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Uploaded a file called Non-Verbal Communication Poster

Poster I made for GCSE options evening containing a variety of pictures and ideas about what students learn in the AQA GCSE non-verbal communication unit.



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Uploaded a file called 'How do we test what people are thinking?' poster

Poster I made for GCSE and A Level options evenings. Has a variety of pictures showing the different types of things Psychologists do to test what people are thinking.



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Uploaded a file called Homework Grid Template

Based on Tim Handley's homework grid idea. Instead of setting students compulsory homework questions to answer, you fill the grid with different questions and the students pick three which they do for homework, adding a bit of independence and choice to their work. Students have to choose a 'path' across the grid going diagonally, vertically or horizontally. The only catch is that the middle square is compulsory so they get to choose 2 outer squares to complete alongside the main task. Personally, I would make the middle task an essay-style question (e.g. outline and evaluate the multi-store model of memory) and set shorter tasks for the outer squares (e.g. define the term ______/outline the results of ____ study/give one advantage and one disadvantage of ____ study.)



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Uploaded a file called Young persons' version of the SRRS Questionnaire

I decided to use this version of the SRRS questionnaire with Y12s as it is modified to suit young peoples' lives. I found it worked much better than giving them the original version as it includes life events that apply more to their age group. This is the powerpoint with the scale and scoring system on. I printed off the questionnaire separately with the scores missing so students could fill it in and then I would reveal the scores for each item on the board.



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I decided to use this version of the SRRS questionnaire with Y12s as it is modified to suit young peoples' lives. I found it worked much better than giving them the original version as it includes life events that apply more to their age group. This is the powerpoint with the scale and scoring system on. I printed off the questionnaire separately with the scores missing so students could fill it in and then I would reveal the scores for each item on the board.



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Shared an idea My idea is ...for an activity to introduce the stereotyping, prejudice and descrimination topic in AQA GCSE Psychology: 1. Give each pupil a slip of paper with a stereotyped character on it e.g. 30 y

My idea is ...for an activity to introduce the stereotyping, prejudice and descrimination topic in AQA GCSE Psychology: 1. Give each pupil a slip of paper with a stereotyped character on it e.g. 30 y