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Psychology For Gcse Level Diana Jackson-Dwyer

Psychology For Gcse Level

Diana Jackson-Dwyer

Published September 1st 2007
ISBN : 9781841696805
Paperback
280 pages
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Written by two experienced psychology teachers, Psychology for GCSE Level is an engaging and accessible textbook written specifically for the OCR GCSE Psychology specification. It provides thorough coverage of all the topics within the six approachesMoreWritten by two experienced psychology teachers, Psychology for GCSE Level is an engaging and accessible textbook written specifically for the OCR GCSE Psychology specification. It provides thorough coverage of all the topics within the six approaches covered in the exam, as well as guidance on the coursework element of the syllabus and preparing for the exam.The text provides a variety of student-friendly features, including:A list of specification requirements for each topic An everyday-life case study to introduce each chapter Numerous classroom activities Key terms highlighted and defined throughout the text Icons to highlight the general themes and processes (methodology, ethics, applications, and cultural diversity) Key studies with evaluations, addressing the fundamental questions of research Clear and concise chapter summaries A revision aid for each chapter listing key studies and concepts Exam hints and tips Example exam questionsPsychology for GCSE Level is an ideal textbook for all students studying OCR GCSE Psychology.If you are using Psychology for GCSE Level as your class textbook, you are entitled to a free copy of our Resources for Teaching Psychology for GCSE Level CD-ROM. The CD-ROM comes with a school-wide licence.The CD-ROM will provide you with teaching support at all levels, from additional resources to complete lesson preparation. Whether you are an experienced teacher or new to the subject, it will help to make your life easier!It includes:A multiple-choice question test bank with twenty questions per chapter. Questions are provided in interactive and printable formats. A complete chapter-by-chapter PowerPoint lecture course, which clearly summarises each topic. Sample answers to the exam questions that appear at the end of each chapter of the book. A weekly teaching plan that breaks the syllabus down into one-hour lesson blocks and provides guidance on what should be covered each week in order to get through the course. It takes into account varying workloads and shows how to tailor the teaching to fit individual timetables. Each lesson block includes: Specification content Details of the relevant resources needed (textbook page numbers, multiple-choice questions, PowerPoint slides, and sample answers) Related weblinks Suggested teaching activities and classroom ideas Homework suggestions.Please go to www.gcse-psychology.co.uk to confirm your adoption and request your free copy of Resources for Teaching Psychology for GCSE Level.