we need to evaluate the Cognitive approach! Please do Cornell notes on the 3 strengths described on p81 of your text book.
sadly Mrs Carter will be away for at least another week, but Dr Bayley and Mr Haggerty will be teaching her lessons. Attendance is obviously vital with so little time left, ad make sure you arrive at lessons with any Flipped tasks done, so that we can make speedy progress.
Make Cornell notes on p40 of the textbook before your first lesson next week.
I hope you enjoyed Easter and are recovering from the chocolate!
Here are practice questions for all 5 approaches – you may have some already from an earlier post. Make sure you practise as much as you can and AGAINST THE CLOCK! Don’t forget you need to keep up your glossary work too.
Don’t forget – I’m happy to mark anything you need feedback on.
See you soon!
just a reminder that your CBT handout needs to be complete for Tuesday, so we can do a quick review and move on.
See you on Tuesday.
here is a fascinating study on Eye-witness Testimony. Please read and complete the first two pages of the handout (NB This involves reading page 3 too!).
12A – Please complete before Mr Haggerty’s Lesson on Tuesday 22nd March
12B – Please complete before Dr Bayley’s lesson on Thursday 24th March
In order for us to get back in sync with the assessment schedule we need to do two tasks this week.
A reminder that you should be preparing a draft response to the following 2 questions
1. ‘Apply your knowledge of the cognitive approach to explain romantic relationships (10 marks)’.
2. Describe the “influences of childhood experiences” and one other assumption of the psychodynamic approach
Bring your draft of each piece with you to attach to the actual essay when you hand it in. The essay will be done in class under timed conditions.
12A Mr Haggerty this is scheduled for Wednesday 16th March.
12B Dr Bayley this is scheduled for Thursday 17th March.
To make marking easier, can you do each question on a separate sheet of paper.
Thanks a lot
here is the hand out and powerpoint for our next type of therapy.
CBT is currently the most dominant form of therapy used in this country, so it’s really important that we understand it well.
The first page of the handout needs to be read carefully and COMPLETED by your first lesson with Mr Haggerty or Dr Bayley – enjoy!