1
L/O: to be able to evaluate the effectiveness of each
approach
To answer 10 mark exam question and be able to improve
your...
Invest in my ‘spoon’...
 In your groups you will have 15 minutes to
plan your presentations to persuade the panel
not to send you home.
 The win...
You need to sell your approach to the
best of your ability. You need to include a
minimum 4 key assumptions for your
appro...
Every good presentation (and essay) has
4 major aspects:
Point
Evidence/Example
Explanation
Link back to the question bein...
You have 15 minutes to plan your
argument with your group.
You have 3 minutes to present
your case.
The panel will then qu...
SLT“ our
approach is
the most
feasible”
Freud... “my
approach still
holds the test of
time”
Behavioural“our
approach is th...
Which approach do you believe
offers the most plausible explanation
of human behaviour? Justify your
argument.
9
5 star
Plenary:
• Summarise 5 key
points
• Reduce to 5 words
• 1 main point!!!
10
Thinking Ladder…
•To know and understand
how the marks are
awarded in a 10 mark
question. (All)
•Will know and
understand ...
Success criteria
E WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY HOW MARKS ARE
ALLOCATED IN A 10 MARK QUESTION AND
PROVIDE A BASIC ANSWER ON AN...
Look at the mark
scheme for a 24 marker
and answer the
questions..
Maximum 5
Marks
Maximum 5
Marks
AO1 = 5, AO2 = 5]
Very ...
POINT
(rudimentary)
Make your
point.
Biological approach is concerned how our
physical structures ie. our genes and CNS
in...
Look at the mark
scheme for a 24 marker
and answer the
questions..
Create one PEEL for an approach you
didn’t present on. ...
Answer one of the following 10 mark questions.
1 (d) Describe the behaviourist approach in psychology
and evaluate the res...
PEER MARKING
 Using the mark scheme in your pack, mark the
answer. 7 mins
17
grades?
5
3-4
2
1
AO1
The outline is accurate.
Demonstrates excellent
understanding
The outline is detailed,
explained and...
AO2 – EVALUATIVE POINTS
5
4
2-3
1
Complete 2- 3 evaluative
points showing good writing
technique and excellent
understandi...
PLENARY
 What have I learned in today’s lesson.
 In a year’s time when your memory has
decayed, which psychological
stud...
Tomorrow’s lesson
Physiological psychology
 Key points: structure of neurons
 The divisions of the nervous system
 Focu...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Resourcd File

153 views

Published on

Published in: Technology, Health & Medicine
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
153
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Resourcd File

  1. 1. 1
  2. 2. L/O: to be able to evaluate the effectiveness of each approach To answer 10 mark exam question and be able to improve your grade
  3. 3. Invest in my ‘spoon’...
  4. 4.  In your groups you will have 15 minutes to plan your presentations to persuade the panel not to send you home.  The winning group will be the one who can convince the panel that their approach has made the most contribution to the study of psychology. 4
  5. 5. You need to sell your approach to the best of your ability. You need to include a minimum 4 key assumptions for your approach. You need to consider what your strengths are and why your approach is the best. You need to think through your weaknesses and minimise their impact on your approach when challenged. Structure your presentation using PEEL. 5
  6. 6. Every good presentation (and essay) has 4 major aspects: Point Evidence/Example Explanation Link back to the question being asked (BONUS) Evaluation of point (how valid the point is, which would include possible criticisms). 6
  7. 7. You have 15 minutes to plan your argument with your group. You have 3 minutes to present your case. The panel will then question you on the weakness(es) of your approach and you should be able to defend it. 7
  8. 8. SLT“ our approach is the most feasible” Freud... “my approach still holds the test of time” Behavioural“our approach is the best at formulating human behaviour. ” Humanistic ‘Our approach is the most holistic’ Cognitive “our approach makes most sense” Biological “ our approach is the most scientific” Well someone’s got to go... TO GET YOU STARTED 8
  9. 9. Which approach do you believe offers the most plausible explanation of human behaviour? Justify your argument. 9
  10. 10. 5 star Plenary: • Summarise 5 key points • Reduce to 5 words • 1 main point!!! 10
  11. 11. Thinking Ladder… •To know and understand how the marks are awarded in a 10 mark question. (All) •Will know and understand how to structure a 10 mark question using PEEL. (Most) •Will be able to apply and evaluate knowledge of11
  12. 12. Success criteria E WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY HOW MARKS ARE ALLOCATED IN A 10 MARK QUESTION AND PROVIDE A BASIC ANSWER ON AN APPROACH – ALL C WILL BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN HOW TO STRUCTURE A 10 MARK – QUESTION AND PLAN AN ESSAY QUESTION DEMONSRATING SOLID KNOWLEDGE OF APPROACHES MOST A/ B WILL BE ABLE TO APPLY AND EVALUATE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED FOR A 10 MARK QUESTION IN ORDER TO SECURE FULL MARKS – SOME 12
  13. 13. Look at the mark scheme for a 24 marker and answer the questions.. Maximum 5 Marks Maximum 5 Marks AO1 = 5, AO2 = 5] Very good answer (9 – 10 marks), good (6 – 8 marks), average to weak (3 – 5 marks) or poor (1 – 2 marks). “ (A01 = 5 marks, A02/A03 = 5 marks) [ 13
  14. 14. POINT (rudimentary) Make your point. Biological approach is concerned how our physical structures ie. our genes and CNS influences how we think and behave. EVIDENCE (Basic) Support it with psychologic al research. Gotesman and Bertelson (1989) conducted a study to test diathesis – stress theory of schizophrenia by looking at children of twins who were discordant for schizophrenia i.e. one twin had it and one didn’t. EXPLAIN (Reasonable) Explain what the research shows or suggests. For children of discordant monozygotic twins, the percentage diagnosed SZ was almost identical at 17%. For children of dizygotic twins, 17% were schizophrenic where the parent twin was schizophrenic. However, where the parent twin was not schizophrenic, this dropped to 2%. LINK (Sound) Link it back to your point or criticise the original point. This provides good evidence that schizophrenia is heritable. However, this doesn’t mean that someone will go on to become a schizophrenic. 14
  15. 15. Look at the mark scheme for a 24 marker and answer the questions.. Create one PEEL for an approach you didn’t present on. 5 mins Share your PEEL with the class. 5 mins Have you finished? Try creating a PEEL for an Evaluation A02 point… 15
  16. 16. Answer one of the following 10 mark questions. 1 (d) Describe the behaviourist approach in psychology and evaluate the research methods used by behaviourist psychologists. (Jan 2011) 1 (d) Describe the humanistic approach in psychology and discuss differences between this approach and the psychodynamic approach. (Jan 2012) 12 mins 16
  17. 17. PEER MARKING  Using the mark scheme in your pack, mark the answer. 7 mins 17
  18. 18. grades? 5 3-4 2 1 AO1 The outline is accurate. Demonstrates excellent understanding The outline is detailed, explained and written concisely All behaviour is learned. Association between stimulus and response. Association btw stimulus and response Behaviour determined by our interactions and experiences. Key terms: Principles of classical and operand conditionin g. Describes the assumptions of the behavioural model Mentions some of the ways that influences our behaviour. Written 1- 2 basic sentences about the biological model18
  19. 19. AO2 – EVALUATIVE POINTS 5 4 2-3 1 Complete 2- 3 evaluative points showing good writing technique and excellent understanding Include one evaluation point and explain how why it is an issue Uses key terminology Shows evidence of breadth and depth (if you feel evaluation lacks depth, do another in order to achieve more breath.Elaborates on evaluation point e.g with implications, examples, evidence or counter arguements esR Elaborates on the evaluation point i.e implications, examples, evidence or counter arguments. Includes one evaluation point and explain how/why it is an issue Included one brief evaluation points which are not explained. 19
  20. 20. PLENARY  What have I learned in today’s lesson.  In a year’s time when your memory has decayed, which psychological study/theory/ evaluation are you most likely to remember and why?  Who made a particularly valuable contribution to this lesson and what made it so valuable? Justify your answer. 20
  21. 21. Tomorrow’s lesson Physiological psychology  Key points: structure of neurons  The divisions of the nervous system  Focus on Localisation of function  Lateralisation of function  Twin studies and the genetics of disorders  10 mark questions 21

×