To help prepare for the PPE on Tuesday 21st February, I’m going to revise Component 1 for the next two weeks, so please bring Your Year 12 Textbooks in on Wednesday 1st February.
By Wednesday, put the five approaches in order, with the one that needs most revision at number 1 and the least at number 5.
See you on Wednesday
here’s the mark scheme for Psychodynamic therapy – well done for supporting each other (and yourselves!) in this way!
Be TOTALLY honest in your marking – it’s vital that you understand how the scheme works.
Well done for your work this week – keep it going!
here is a link to Research Digest – it’s great. Subscribe to this site to receive weekly summaries of the latest research
as you know the first round is on Thursday 2nd Febuary.
It will focus on two-mark definitions of Key terms. Below is a link to some suggested answers that would be useful for you to learn. I would pay attention to the first 3 pagers in particular!
Don’t forget the best technique is STUDY-TEST-REVIEW
See you in C1 at 1.30!
Can you please print out the following handout for use in class next week.
This is the PowerPoint we will be looking at. social-learning-theory-nm-2011
Thanks, Miss Perkins
Here are the Teams!
First Round Thursday 2nd February at 1.30 in C1 – bring your lunch!
Hello all here are the rules
- The team with the best MEAN score over the four rounds will be the winners.
- The team with the second best MEAN score will be the runners-up.
- To be eligible for a share of the prize money you must have taken part in 3 rounds (the more rounds you play in, the bigger your share)
- There will be prizes for the best 3 individual scores in Yr 12 and Yr 13
- The team with the best attendance will also get a prize!
The Psychology team really don’t mind giving up our lunchtimes for this quiz, because it’s really going to help your results. I really would recommend getting there this week – putting in extra effort like this will make a difference to your effort grade on your progress checks, as well as telling your teachers which areas we need to review!