DATE: Thursday 30 April 4pm (1hr)
CODE: 7870

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

Ensure your students are prepared on the key topics for their exam preparation with this focused one-hour webinar on AQA A Level Psychology Paper 1.

This interactive webinar will provide your students with a focus on key areas of Paper 1 topics and how to improve their answers, including:

  • Types of and explanations for conformity
  • The Working Memory Model
  • Bowlby’s theories of Monotropy and Maternal Deprivation
  • Explanations for phobias
  • Strategies to combine AO1 & AO3 content in essays
  • The partial answer technique for short answer questions

BENEFITS OF THIS WEBINAR

  • Gain a greater understanding of key areas of Paper 1 topics
  • Focus on content essential to the formation of top-level answers
  • Examine pitfalls to avoid
  • Learn strategies to create answers giving access to top-band marks
  • Obtain a set of useful revision resources, sent in advance, to assist the study of these topics before and after the webinar takes place

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

All students of AQA A level Psychology

4.00pm
Introduction and welcome


4.05pm
Social Influence and Memory: Focus on key topic areas

  • Key areas of weakness in previous student answers and how to avoid these
  • Producing excellent answers on types of and explanations for conformity
  • Revising the Working Memory Model and applying your knowledge

4.20pm
Producing excellent Paper 1 essays

  • What are the AOs and why do they matter to students?
  • Strategies to combine AO1 & AO3 content in essays in order to access top-band marks

4.30pm
Student Activity

  • What are the AOs and why do they matter to students?
  • Strategies to combine AO1 & AO3 content in essays in order to access top-band marks

4.35 pm Improving student answers on Attachment and Psychopathology

  • Bowlby’s theories of Monotropy and Maternal Deprivation
  • Explanations for phobias
  • Using your knowledge effectively in exams: what the examiners want from top students

4.50 pm  The partial answer technique for short answer questions


4.55pm Student Activity on short answer questions

  • Assess the quality of short answer responses

Jean-Marc Lawton

Jean-Marc is an experienced A-level examiner, lecturer and teacher of psychology and has written many highly regarded books on the subject. He has also worked in a senior capacity for several exam boards and has a wealth of experience and advice to give to teachers and students of the subject.