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  • 1. Date Lesson objectives Lesson outcomes Homework Starter intro Development/plenary N/A 1. To understand the Should know what Outline and Student at the front reads a paragraph on Students should try and recreate learning theory of is meant by evaluate the learning theory. Every time the word Harlow key study using play dough. attachment operant and learning theoryconditioning is said he is squirted with a They should then create a spider To evaluate this theory classical of attachment. water gun. The students then all get squirted diagram of how they would answer with research evidence conditioning. 12m if they say conditioning. They begin to duck this essay question. Include Should also know etc demonstrates classical conditioning. assumptions, evidence, criticisms how Harlows Reward students with small sweets for and evaluation theory disproves correct behaviour take away for incorrect the learning behaviour this should show operant theory. conditioning. Explain the theory with Watson little albert study video. 2. To outline the key To be able to Learn the key Students given playdough they must make Talk class through the key terms and features of the define; critical definitions! their own baby. They will then have to swap discuss evidence for Bowlby. evolutionary period, secure their baby. Some will want to keep their own Plenary = 6 mark timed question on explanation of base, internal and not swap. This should show attachment Bowlby key concepts. attachment (Bowlby) working model, is innate not learned. continuity Question run- students in groups of three hypothesis and get given a key bowlby term they must monotropy. answer it correctly show you and then be given net key term. First team to finish wins. 3. Evaluate Bowlby’s Should be able to Outline and Key definition on the board students must In pairs they must construct a table theory of attachment answer questions evaluate the write on white boards what the word is with all the evidence, psychologist, with reference to asking the evolutionary defining. findings etc and complete the table research findings. limitations of theory of Students must attempt past questions on using their notes. They must use this Bowlbys theory. attachment.12m Bowlby and then begin to look at the to construct an essay answer to the evidence and evaluation. question..outline and evaluate Bowlby’s theory of attachment.Created by Ms Khan
  • 2. 4. How do psychologists To identify the Students must hand their phones over to In groups of 3 students must role measure attachment? four main me. I will ask them how they feel? How play the different types of What are the attachment types. would they feel if I took it all day? attachment. They will present their attachment types To examine (separation anxiety)What if I went through play to the class who will act as a identified by the criticisms of their messages? (stranger anxiety) What will panel of judges (inter rater strange situation? attachment they do as soon as I give it back? (reunion reliability) and guess the type of What are the research. behaviour) attachment. strengths and To discuss cultural Then relate to attachment and show They must then look at the problems weaknesses of the issues involved in Ainsworth types of attachment video. with this design. SS Method? defining Students must make a note of the key steps. As a plenary they must outline the three types of attachment using a attachment types. past paper exam question. 5. Evaluate Ainsworths To be able to Discuss Students shown a video of “Russel peters Students construct a table of the SS with reference to outline and individual beat your kids” as a starter for cross cultural country, psychologist and findings cross cultural findings. evaluate differences in differences in attachment. They will then and try and understand cross Ainsworths strange attachment. 12 have to think of three questions about your cultural differences in attachment. situation. m upbringing and then go around the room This is done independently. questioning one another. Feedback to Feedback as a class. discuss cultural differences in attachment. 6. Discuss cross cultural Identify and To what extent differences in investigate cross has cross attachment cultural research cultural Evaluate if using the strange research Ainsworth’s study situation. Identify supported relevant when viewed the cultural issues Bowlbys theory? against other cultures in measuring 12m attachments. Understand and evaluate Van Ijzendoorn & Kroonenberg’s research findings.Created by Ms Khan
  • 3. 7. To understand the Outline and impact of day care on evaluate the a childs social and effects of aggressive behaviour daycare on a childs attachment 12m 8. To understand the Show students several videos ie genie, Feedback as a class and then effects of privation Serbia mental institutions, Romanian construct an essay on privation. and institutionalisation orphanges. Students must attempt this question of a childs Then explain what is meant by privation and in timed conditions with access to development. institutionalisation. They should be given a their notes. key study ie rutter, hodges and tizard etc that they must explain to the person next to them. They keep rotating until they have explained their studies to everyone and have gathered all the studies. 9. Discuss the Show a video of serial killer interview which Students must then look at short Evaluate the impact of effects of suggests a poor upbringing. Pose a question term and long term effects of disruption of disruption of to the class to what extent is his behaviour disruption using ppt . they must then attachment attachment 12m due to his mother? Then talk about maternal attempt past questions on the topic. deprivation hypothesis. 10. Implications of Revise 6m attachment research. answer 11. RevisionCreated by Ms Khan
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