- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Julia Russell, Fiona Lintern, Lizzie Gauntlett, Jamie Davies
- Available from: June 2017
Skills-focused resources to support the study of Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology (9990) for first examination in 2018.
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Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations for Teacher Support, the Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology Teacher's Resource contains helpful guidance to support planning, delivery and assessment. Detailed teaching guides containing advice for every topic, common misunderstandings and misconceptions, and ideas for in-class activities with additional advice for stretching high achievers and supporting struggling students. The resources are prepared with a strong international focus. Answers to the Exam-style questions from the coursebook are included as well as additional Exam-style questions with answers for extra practice.
Fully customisable teaching guides containing lots of ideas for teaching AS and A Level Psychology concepts, advice about lesson structure and differentiated learning support tailored to different students' learning needs.
Comprehensive set of answers to all of the exam-style questions from the Coursebook.
Extra exam-style questions that are suited to the AS and A Level Psychology syllabus with answers for added support when preparing for examinations.
- 1. Research methods
- 2. Biological psychology
- 3. Cognitive psychology
- 4. Psychology and learning
- 5. Social psychology
- 6. Psychology and abnormality
- 7. Psychology of consumer behaviour
- 8. Psychology and health
- 9. Psychology and organisations
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