Social Full Lesson Pack for AQA A Level Psychology
Carefully crafted full lesson resources which are mapped to the requirements of the specification, complete with PowerPoint, handout and most importantly, embedded interactive and engaging activities.
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These Full Lesson PowerPoints contain PowerPoints, Handouts and Resources to give you an excellent range of teaching and learning materials for Social Psychology. These lessons have been developed over the past five years and tried and tested by experienced psychology teachers and examiners, to ensure that they cover the essential elements of the new linear specification.
While these lessons do incorporate some homework activities and assessment for learning opportunities, they have been designed to provide you with a strong starting point, so that you can adapt these lessons to suit your own teaching style and students.
The topics covered in the lesson pack:
- Types of Conformity
- Research Examining Conformity
- Evaluating Research Examining Conformity
- Conformity to Social Roles
- Research Examining Obedience
- Factors Affecting Obedience
- Authoritarian Personality
- Resisting Social Influence
- Minority Influence & Social Change
These lessons are intended to provide a series of active and engaging lessons that cover the different elements of the specification. You can view a full sample of the entire collection of lessons on this page. While many teachers may use these lessons in their entirety, their purpose is to provide you with a full lesson that you can supplement with additional resources (if required). Furthermore, the lessons have been designed holistically, taking into account the entire topic to ensure a broad range of activities that incorporate different exam skills, and are therefore not intended as a textbook replacement. Please Note: We are unable to use sample assessment materials and past exam questions in our full lesson packs due to copyright, and therefore it is advisable that you add your own assessment opportunities into these lessons to provide your students with the specific exam practice that they require.
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