This resource pack provides a range of fun and engaging activities, creating situations in which students can enjoy lessons and use a variety of learning styles to revise key concepts.
- Activities based on popular games including bingo, dominoes and a range of card games.
- The pack is fully photocopiable so can be used over and over again, and is provided in both ring binder and CD formats
- Activities can be adapted for individual, paired or group work
1 Non-experimental methods and techniques Bingo: Self-report methods Matching: Observational research Matching: Self-reported data Triominoes: Correlational research Triominoes: The case-study method Yes/No/Why?: Correlation 2 Experimental methods and designs Bingo: An experimental hypothesis Bingo: Laboratory experiments Data response: Identifying experimental methods and statistical analyses Triominoes: Experimental designs Triominoes: Experimental methods 3 Identifying aspects of research Converting: Hunch to hypothesis Matching: Samples Missing words: Biases in research Ranking: The research process Stepping stones: The research process 4 Approaches and perspectives Bingo: The psychodynamic approach Bingo: The social approach Matching: The behaviourist approach Matching: The cognitive approach Matching: The individual differences/ abnormal approach Spotlight: The developmental approach Spotlight: The physiological approach 5 Issues in psychology Critical thinking: Ethics Prompting: Usefulness Ranking: Reliability and validity Ranking: The nature/nurture debate Sorting: Qualitative and quantitative data 6 Statistical terminology Bingo: Basic statistical terms Bingo: Further statistical terms Matching: Data display Play your cards right: Choosing statistical tests Play your cards right: Defining data