Social Sciences allow you to explore this.
On this course you will study:
This course has been designed to enable you to study Psychology at an introductory level, yet also gain enough insight into the subject to complete the course with a rounded knowledge of the approaches, processes and issues that have been chosen to illustrate it at GCSE level.
The course is built upon the understanding that psychological knowledge could be treated as being made up of a number of different approaches. It includes: Biological Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology and Individual Differences.
Research in Psychology, Planning, Doing & Analysing Research in Psychology and Planning an Investigation.
3 external examinations:
Paper One Unit B541: Studies & Application in Psychology 1 1 hour 15 minutes – 80 Marks 40 % of qualification [5 questions, candidates answer all questions]
Paper Two Unit B542: Studies & Application in Psychology 2 1 hour 15 minutes – 80 Marks 40 % of qualification [5 questions, candidates answer all questions]
Paper Three Unit B543: Research in Psychology – 1 hour – 40 marks 20 % of qualification. [2 sections, candidates answer all questions]
There are so many routes you can take with Performing Arts.
The course requires learners to develop skills, knowledge and understanding of dance as choreographer, performer and critic.
They will study and perform set material from professional works through performance, choreography and critical appreciation. The course is 80% practical (40% performance / 40% choreography) enabling learners to actively and physically demonstrate their knowledge and experience in all three roles.
Unit 1: Critical appreciation of dance – written examination, 20%
Unit 2: Set dance – practical examination, 20%
Unit 3: Performance in a duo/group dance, 20%
Unit 4: Choreography, 40%
In addition learners are able to develop their personal and social health, fitness and wellbeing and be made aware of the range of opportunities and pathways available within dance.
Assessment is through the form of written & practical exam.
It combines practical work with academic skills.
On this course you will study:
A stimulating and exciting subject that combines practical, technical and theory based skills. Learners are able to develop a personal approach to the process of researching, developing ideas and making photographic images. Learners are encouraged to link their ideas to current issues in society and to put into practice the application of the taking and making of images both with, and without cameras.
Developing ideas through sustained study is a core element. You will learn about composition, depth of field and experimental techniques to show understanding of how ideas, feelings and meanings are conveyed and interpreted in images.
Units 1 and 2 are assessed internally by the lecturer, supported by a visit from an external AQA moderator at the end of the academic year. Learners produce a sketchbook/folder of work that demonstrates the ability to sustain work from initial starting points to the realisation of intentions.
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