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  • 1. PSYA1: Cognitive Psychology Memory “Working Memory Model Evaluation” Miss Russell
  • 2. Using your individual Mini Whiteboards write down the correct answer A, B, C or D for the following multiple choice quiz… Quiz Resourcd Link
  • 3. Thinking Ladder… To & strengths and weaknesses of the WMM. To & how to the WMM using a range of AO2 points. To fully the WMM using the PEEL Structure.
  • 4. How will I know if I am learning? By the end of the lesson… E Will be able to identify strengths and weaknesses of the WMM. C Will be able to explain how strengths and weaknesses of the WMM. A Will be able to fully evaluate the WMM using the PEEL structure.
  • 5. Stage 1: In your groups you have a different coloured stack of paper. Using the question prompts in front of you (if you need help!) write down two possible evaluations of the Working Memory Model. One must be a positive point, the other must be negative. Each point must be on a separate piece of paper. Fold you paper up tight enough so it cannot unfold itself so it can’t unfold itself. Place them in the relevant bins at the front. Positive or Negative. You have 5 minutes!
  • 6. 1) How does the WMM compare the MSM? 2) How reliable is the evidence for the WMM? What methods have been used? 3) How can the WMM be useful in real life? Does it have any real life applications? 4) How comprehensive is the WMM in explaining memory?
  • 7. Stage 2: In your groups you now must complete an evaluation table for the working memory model. Rules: 1) Each group must come up with 10 evaluation points, at least 4 of these must be positive, and 4 of these must be negative. 2) Textbooks are not allowed!! 3) If you get stuck you may use the lucky dip! You can come up to the lucky dip and pick a point out that is not one of yours (i.e. not your colour). However… in order to do this you must put another of your evaluation points in using the same process as before. I will be monitoring! 4) Use the questions to help you… but you can also come up with some of your own!
  • 8. Using both the feedback from others and the textbook you can now complete your table with a full range of evaluation points. Pushing yourself for the higher grades? Try writing your evaluation points using the PEEL format (POINT, EVIDENCE, EXPLAIN (elaborate) , LINK).
  • 9. Working Memory Model or Multi-Store Model? Which is better? Why?
  • 10. Pass the beach ball around the classroom. When it gets to you a word will appear on the board. You need to contribute as follows: What is an evaluation point of the WMM? What is a piece of evidence we can use to evaluate the WMM? So What? What does this mean for the WMM Model? Elaborate on the previous point. What does the research evidence suggest? However… How can we contradict this point? Give an alternative contrasting evaluation point of the WMM. Or give an alternative contrasting piece of evidence.
  • 11. . What is an evaluation point of the WMM? What is a piece of evidence we can use to evaluate the WMM?
  • 12. . So What? What does this mean for the WMM Model? Elaborate on the previous point. What does the research evidence suggest?
  • 13. . However… How can we contradict this point? Give an alternative contrasting evaluation point of the WMM. Or give an alternative contrasting piece of evidence.
  • 14. . So What? What does this mean for the WMM Model? Elaborate on the previous point. What does the research evidence suggest?
  • 15. . However… How can we contradict this point? Give an alternative contrasting evaluation point of the WMM. Or give an alternative contrasting piece of evidence.
  • 16. . So What? What does this mean for the WMM Model? Elaborate on the previous point. What does the research evidence suggest?
  • 17. . However… How can we contradict this point? Give an alternative contrasting evaluation point of the WMM. Or give an alternative contrasting piece of evidence.
  • 18. . So What? What does this mean for the WMM Model? Elaborate on the previous point. What does the research evidence suggest?
  • 19. Outline and evaluate the working memory model. (12 marks) Be wary of time… remember you’ll only have approximately 15-20 minutes to write this answer in the exam!