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GCSE Psychology Overview & Memory lesson 1 & 2

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Transcript of GCSE Psychology Overview & Memory lesson 1 & 2

WELCOME TO
GCSE PSYCHOLOGY
Unit 1: Making Sense of Other People
Written Paper – 1 hour 30 mins
80 marks – 50%


Unit 2: Understanding Other People
Written Paper – 1 hour 30 mins
80 marks – 50%
UNIT 1

Key Topic 1: Memory
Key Topic 2: Non Verbal Communication
Key Topic 3: Development of personality
Key Topic 4: Stereotyping, Prejudice & Discrimination
Key Topic 5: Research Methods
UNIT 2

Key Topic 1: Learning
Key Topic 2: Social Influence
Key Topic 3: Sex and Gender
Key Topic 4: Aggression
Key Topic 5: Research Methods Part 2




Assessment Objectives % Weighting

AO1
Recall of knowledge
35

AO2
Application of knowledge
35

AO3
Evaluation of knowledge
30
What are you tested on?
Name
Room -

9A Py1 or 9DPy1
Next steps...

Add your assessment record in the inside cover of your book.

Add your literacy grid into the inside cover at the back of your book.

TAKE PRIDE IN THE PRESENTATION OF YOUR WORK
http://www.pbs.org/saf/1402/video/watchonline.htm
Now write down what you saw...
What is the definition of memory?

What are the three key stages that information goes through?

What do we mean by the three terms?

Why do we all remember events such as
Michael Jackson's death or the attack on
the Twin towers in 2001?
Question Time…
Where were you on 11/09/2001?
Where were you when Michael Jackson died?

What colour are my eyes?
What did you dream about last night?
Which song went to number one last Christmas?
Who won the World Cup 2014?

What information do we need?
CHAIR
ROSE
CAR
TEDDY
ANGEL
BED
LIPSTICK
COINS
COOKER
BOOK
BAT
CAT
TORCH
GRASS
BAG
VASE
CARROT
SUNGLASSES
HEART
PRESENT
To be able to explain the distinction between encoding, storage and retrieval.

To be able to describe the flow of information in memory.

To be able to define the word 'memory'.
Lesson Objective:
So, when we watch a film or pay attention in class; our brain has to process the information somehow...how do you think it happens?





In order to make use of these waves we need them to go through these three processes:

Encoding - Storage - Retrieval
How does information pass into our memory?
How many did you get right?
Here we go.....
You are going to see a series of pictures, I want you to remember as many as you can without writing them down.
Try This….
Encoding Storage Retrieval

 

What is Memory?
Sometimes an event is so devastating , unique or important in our lives that it is unlikely we will forget where we were or what we were doing at the time that it happened.
Why do we remember these things?
– we put information to the ‘back of our minds’ until it is needed in the future.
– sensory information changed so that we can make sense of it.


– this is our ability to recover information from storage.
Do we have a Short Term and a Long Term memory?
What would happen if we had no memory?
Why do we remember?
How do we remember?
What is Memory?
Memory
Key Topic 1:
So how do we do it?
Mrs Smith
Mr Ahmed
2.09
0.35
Talk to the person next to you and describe the last major event in your life; how much can you remember? How much detail?
Task
Be prepared to share with the rest of the class...
So what is the memory for?....
Can we now define the word 'memory'?
Keyword Definition
The ability of the mind to retain and retrieve learned information.
It's basically a three stage process; speak to your partner and try to explain each of these keywords...
Task
Task
Do you think we remember everything about our day, every day?
Sometimes we filter out information that we don’t need. What would happen if we didn’t?
Task
Answer the following questions:
How many of you got 4 out of 4?
Don't worry if you don't understand these keywords yet; we will refer back to them later in the lesson...
ENCODING
STORAGE
RETRIEVAL
Turn to your partner and ask one another alternate questions:


There are three models of memory proposed by three different sets of Psychologists...next lesson we will take a look at the first model of memory:

Atkinson and Shriffin's Multi-Store Model of Memory



Work hard every single lesson. Some lessons will be fun and others will be demanding.
Do background reading (there are many books in the library).
To achieve and work towards a minimum Grade C or above and hopefully a Grade A*.
What we see (visual) –
light waves
What we hear (auditory) –
sound waves
Get ahead and do some research; visit
the school library...
Let's start the course...and every lesson you must...

must have a title, the date and a learning objective neatly spaced and underlined..

Discussion
Can you explain
each process...

in your own words?
Task
What is Psychology?
A Science?
Who are the pioneers
of Psychology?
What is it?
What can I do with
this subject?
Produce a front page cover with pictures and words
What is Memory?
To explore the idea of collecting
information in our memory.
Learning Outcomes:
Personal, Learning and Thinking skills:
Reflective Learner

Effective Participator
Literacy Focus:
To be able to spell the word 'Psychology'.
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