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Edexcel PSO2 June 2013 Question Paper

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Unit 2 question paper

Edexcel PSO4 June 2013 Question Paper

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Unit 4 question paper

Edexcel PSO1 Question Paper

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Unit 1 question paper

AQAA PSYA1 section A question list

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This is a list of all the questions for the last 2 years for section A (memory)unit 1. Saves me time in the long run - no trawling through paper after paper to get the question you want.

AQA PSYA3 Jan 2011 Question paper

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pdf of question paper

PSYA4 Jan 2013 question paper

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Question paper for the January exam 2013

PSYA4 Research methods consolidation activity

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Students work in pairs to create their own question paper and mark scheme. These are then swapped with other class pairs who complete the questions and then the students who made the question paper mark it. Seems to consolidate their knowledge.

AQA AS Chemistry Unit 2 Question Paper January 2013

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Here is the CHEM 2 Jan 2013 question paper for anyone who needs to do revision for their preparation of the exam for chem 2 in june 2013

AQA PSYA2 question paper June 2009

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e copy of exam paper

PYA4 Jan 10 question paper

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AQA A PYA4 January 2010 question paper

PSYA1 (AQA A) June 2011 Question Paper

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PSYA1 (AQA A) Question Paper

psya3 question paper June 2011

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psya3 question paper

PYSA3 June 2012 Question Paper

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AQA Unit 3 paper

PSYA4 June 2012 Question Paper

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AQA Unit 4 paper

PSYA1 June 2010 q paper

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PSYA2 June 2010 Q Paper

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Question paper

AQA PSYA3 June 2010 Q Paper

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AQA PSYA4 June 2010 Q Paper

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The Job of an Educational Psychologist

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A lesson based around the duties of an Ed Psych - including a design interview question task and an application past paper question for homework

PSYA2 Jun 14 question paper

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Here's last summer's paper

IB Psychology - How to answer a Paper 1 Section A question

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A video I created to explain how to answer 8-mark questions in Paper 1 for IB Psychology students.

IB Psychology - How to answer a Paper 1 Section B question

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A quick guide on the basics of answer Section B questions in the Paper 1 of IB Psychology.

Yogic Flying

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Paper 2 Beliefs in society.Cult/NRM/NAM

Evolutionary Explanations of Eating Behaviour

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Lesson 4/6 for the PSYA3/Paper 3 AQA A Level course

Is Psychology a Science?

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a short video about this famous question ... the presentation is a bit monotonous but the content is good. I will use it as an introduction to the topic

Jonestown: The life and Death of the Peoples temple

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Good for paper 2 beliefs in society: Religious Organisations

Cramming for exams

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The Ofqual Exams Doctor, George Turnbull, answers a question about "cramming". Do read the comments below though.

Radical Fundamentalist Christian Home Schooling

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American clip showing children being taught about Creationalism. Also, the reasons why Global warming is merely a political issue, not a real world problem. Quite startling how the children don't question this. 

Neural Mechanisms to Eating

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PSYA3/New spec paper 3 Eating topic. Neural explanations - looking at the hypothalamus, leptin & ghrelin. 

Why Are People Different?: Differences

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Why are people different from one another? This lecture addresses this question by reviewing the latest theories and research in psychology on two traits in particular: personality and intelligence. Students will hear about how these traits are measured, why they may differ across individuals and groups, and whether they are influenced at all by one's genes, parents or environment.

Excellent videos tailored to aqa anomalistic part one

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Part one of three videos which cover the syllabis spec of anomalistic. Worth watching and writing question for so students can answer and 'flesh out' with texts to get structured notes.

Psychological Explanations to Anorexia Nervosa (AN)

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PSYA3/New Spec Paper 3 Eating topic looking at Psychological Explanations to Anorexia.

Biological Explanations to Anorexia Nervosa (AN)

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AQA A2/Y2 PSYA3/Paper 3 Eating topic - Biological Explanations for Anorexia.

Nuts 3D illusion - perception.

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Nuts 3D illusion - perception - the nuts look 3D but are actually hollow/paper.  Rather like seeing the back of a mask from straight on - it appears to 'pop out' towards you.  48 second clip.

Brain plasticity: Interview with a stroke survivor

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An interview of my colleague, a stroke survivor, who tells me how she recovered thanks to rehab and therapy centered on the concept of brain plasticity. Particularly useful for IB students (Paper 1, Discuss two effects of the environment on physiological processes, 22 marks)

Type 1 Error Song

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This is a song i found on youtube that helped me to understand type 1 errors (which can be found in the Rosenhan study for the OCR AS Core Studies paper) please note.. i had no part in the making of this song i just simply found it on youtube :)

What Is It Like to Be a Baby: The Development of Thought

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This lecture explores issues and ideas related to the branch of psychology known as cognitive development. It begins with an introduction of Piaget who, interested in the emergence of knowledge in general, studied children and the way they learn about the world in order to formulate his theories of cognitive development. This is followed by an introduction to the modern science of infant cognition. Finally, the question of the relationship between and the existence of different kinds of

Offender Profiling

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Offender Profiling Produced by ShortCutsTv (www.shortcutstv.com) Available from: www,classroomvideo.co.uk This 4-minute extract from the DVD examines the question "What is Offender Profiling?" through expert commentary from Professor David Wilson and Dr Louise Almond, coupled with an illustrative study drawn from a real-life profiling case. The complete DVD examines a variety of further aspects of offender profiling - from forensic psychology, through approaches to offender profiling, to

Everyday Hero: Man jumps in front of subway train to dsave anotehr mans life;

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New York construction worker Wesley Autry rescued a young man from the subway tracks on which he fallen during a seizure. While 75 people watched from the platform, and did nothing, did something. He handed over his two daughters to a stranger to care for them as he jumped down on the tracks and held down the man between the two tracks as the subway train ran over them. Both survived. Zimbardo has moved on from showing how social situations can elicit unthinkably evil behaviour to how ordinary

A little bit of Milgram (short clip)

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Features footage from one in a series of seminal social psychology experiments designed by psychologist Stanley Milgram at Yale University. This experiment measured the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts that conflicted with their personal conscience. The experiments began in July 1961, three months after the start of the trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. Milgram devised the experiments to answer this

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A cheeky way to get your students to write an essay! Give each student in your class a blank piece of paper and tell them they have 60 seconds to write a response to an essay question.  They then pass this response to the person sitting next to them.  They then get 20 seconds to read the ...

An idea by Caroline Ball

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Question for AQA teachers: I'm new to the exam board, trying to get to grips with requirements for 16 mark A level questions (we're not doing AS exams). Is a "discuss" question (AO1=6, AO3=10) essentially asking for the same thing as a "describe and evaluate" question (AO1=6, AO3=10) ? I want to ...

An idea by Mandy Wood

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My idea is ...I can’t take credit for this one as it was my friend Helen Gibb’s idea (Blandford School, Dorset) but we have both used it. At revision time we created washing lines in our classrooms with string and wooden pegs and asked out pupils to write their specific revision queries ...

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An idea for a wall display comparing unstructrued interviews and closed-question questionnaires...Give it the title "Psychology does its dirty laundry in public" or maybe "Psychology goes to the cleaners" or whatever else you like. There are seven "washing lines" with the extremes at each end. I ...

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Something I tried with Year 13 when tackling Section A of G544...give a pair of students a piece of sugar paper with a research question in the middle. I used current research that had been in the news such as "females take longer than males to get punchline of jokes." Then got the pair to generate ...

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My idea is ... at the end of a lesson get each student to put a question about the lesson into a baloon and blow it up. at the start of the next lesson play "pop the question" as a recap. loud and mad... can work well or be a nightmare depending on the class. ...

An idea by Helen Gibb

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To demonstrate benefits of on going revision and starting early revision. And to do something fun before a boring learning or practice question lesson. All the students have loads of balls of paper rolled up ready to throw.( you need loads of balls of paper I get them to use my whole recycling ...

An idea by Helen Gibb

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To demonstrate benefits of on going revision and starting early revision. And to do something fun before a boring learning or practice question lesson. All the students have loads of balls of paper rolled up ready to throw.( you need loads of balls of paper I get them to use my whole recycling ...

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My idea is ... for a fun twist to answering exam questions, turn it into a "pass the parcel" style game. I give each student a question and make them write down the answer. They keep the question/answer to themselves. Then with music playing pass an object around the room and whoever has it when ...

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My idea is to give out a series of instructions e.g. fold a piece of paper three times, tear it into strips, etc and make each step more outlandish. By the end they are standing on their desks, scattering the paper as they count backwards from 100. The point is to get them to think about why they ...

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Quiz (not to be undertaken when students are nearby taking an exam!!!) as I found my GCSE class got really excited and competitive.   I do this near the end of term, or when students are in need of a 'lift'.   Divide into teams (maybe 4/5).   Each team has to be ...

An idea by Juliette Massey-Smith

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My idea is ..."Pass the question", an excellent plenary activity I got from teachers.tv: it is like "pass the parcel" - music on, pupils pass an envelope with quetions in it, when music stops, the student who has the envelope, takes a question and has to answer. Keeps them on their toes! ...

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My idea is ...to teach the bandura study (which has to be done in depth for Edexcel)I had the students make Bandura's three laboratories (from coloured paper but I made my own model with a show box and patterned paper for walls and carpet) and cut out images which displayed who was in them and what ...

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When teaching about the particle theory- if you have used balloons to get pupils to arrange themselves and the balloons respresent the particle you could have a plenary question hidden inside the balloon- the pupils must pop the balloon and answer the question.   ...

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We sometimes make paper choice tellers. Remember at school making these? Someone would choose a colour and a number then a triangular flap would be opened to reveal a statement like "you are going to be famous", or "hop & spin around at the same time". Obviously instead of these numbers & ...

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For Ethical Issues I told the first five students that entered the class to write pseudo answers to questions i will ask. then when the class walks in i ask all the blondes to stand up i then "randomnly" hand white paper to the confederates and say rate the people out of ten on looks, then rate ...

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My idea is ...when evaluating theories you could literally build a tower of support using paper cups. Divide the class into teams; one team works on support for the theory, e.g.studies which support and their strengths, weaknesses of alternative theories and strengths of applications, these will be ...

An idea by Peter Gouge

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My idea is ...Question time. Take an area of a topic where there is some room for debate and real life applications, such as implications of research into day care. Select a group of students to be representatives on the pannel. Brief them on their position and write these on the board for the ...

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Psychology horse racing! Use anything from 2 to 6 horses, representing individuals or small groups of pupils. While pupils design their horse and jockey outfit on post-it notes, design a track on the board, include about 30 spaces to move forward. Pupils can be given an exam question and have ...

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Evaluation idea: Create 'strips' of supporting and opposing evidence on A4 paper - students cut out strips, put them into appropriate order, then stick down strips on A3 paper (Put title on top of this page e.g. 'Evaluation of ... (6/16 marks)) with gaps inbetween and then students write Point and ...