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19/02/18

Awesome analysis.

09/02/18

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Great morning speaking to some lovely students about careers and starting a business asap ☺️🙌🏾

08/02/18

Year 11: looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow, Friday, for your last day of half term.

06/02/18

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Another strong round of drama mock exams tonight - well done year 11s! https://t.co/W6PAt29vzx

06/02/18

Y13 Geography field work... nice day for it! https://t.co/OzUMdkJGTI

29/01/18

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no matter how often you see this, it’ll never fail to floor you. https://t.co/J3LSr3qtff

24/01/18

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Drama Club and Jam Band getting off to a creative start with initial ideas for performances https://t.co/IzZV7ytDYR

23/01/18

Year 11 warmups... students totally on it. https://t.co/supwJZbfYG

19/01/18

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Recognise what they do well. Often. Talk about them positively to ensure they develop positive self-image.

18/01/18

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Two music classes joined to make a band of 50 kids! Playing Living on a Prayer to brighten up our Thursday morning. They are concentrating faces (not miserable ones- we promise!) https://t.co/IgMjqHRSEJ

18/01/18

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Year 6 are stretching their brains around algebra this morning with Mrs Lewis from We love challenging ourselves! https://t.co/1C5Nbzdonn

16/01/18

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Jam band auditions sounding amazing . List up tomorrow! https://t.co/3GiN7ZzTtb

13/01/18

Thanks...hope you're well!!

12/01/18

Congratulations to former pupil Ibrahim Mohamed, accepted at Oxford University to study Maths.

12/01/18

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Huge well done to all Year 10 and 11 teams who took part in their Greenwich Netball Tournament at Eltham Hill today. A remarkable achievement and milestone for Netball in Greenwich with no less than 8 teams taking part

11/01/18

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We have a newly installed fully floodlit 3G Pitch available at . Get in touch to view the facility or booked in! https://t.co/eY0TqSW1SO

10/01/18

Congratulations to Mohammed Begi who has just been accepted at Oxford University to read History and Politics. Seriously proud of you.

10/01/18

We are very excited about our trip to tomorrow. Pupils will be writing short stories inspired by an exhibition of Charles II’s original artwork. We are grateful to for their support.

05/01/18

The on-site nursery is privately run by an outstanding provider and took a year to set up. Only started in Sept, for community as well as staff who get a reduced rate. Happy to discuss details - email the Principal through our website.

Harris Academies
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Psychology

Deadline: Fri 27th September

Homework task:

Questions (6 mark questions)

1.            Describe two differences between short-term memory (STM) and long-term  

           memory (LTM).                                                                                                          (3 marks + 3 marks)

2.            In relation to short-term memory, what is meant by the terms encoding, capacity

      and duration.                                                                          (2 marks + 2 marks + 2 marks)

3.            Zac is playing a computer game which involves sorting coloured shapes that appear on the screen. He has to capture the shapes and drag them to the appropriate collection box. While he plays, he chats to Dan about a football match.

When he has completed Level 1, he moves on to Level 2.  Here, the shapes are replaced by words that have to be sorted according to their meaning. Zac begins to make mistakes and so stops talking to Dan.

With reference to features of the working memory model, explain why Zac can easily cope with Level 1 and chat to Dan but, when he gets to Level 2, he cannot do both things at the same time.                                                                                                                                                                 (6 marks)

4.            Describe one alternative to the working memory model of memory.                (6 marks)

A successful homework task will…

All answers must be hand written.

All answers must be written in continuous prose.

Deadline: Fri 11th Oct

Homework task:

Exam question:

“In their working memory (WM) model, Baddeley & Hitch rejected the multi-store model’s view of short-term memory (STM) as a unitary store.”

Outline and evaluate the working memory model.                                                              (12 marks)

A successful homework task will…

All answers must be hand written.

All answers must be written in continuous prose.

Students must show AO1 and AO2.

Remember there are six marks for knowledge and understanding (AO1) and six marks for evaluation and analysis (AO2).

Deadline: Thurs 24th Oct

Homework task:

Exam question:

Outline and evaluate the multi-store model of memory.                                  (12 marks)

A successful homework task will…

All answers must be hand written.

All answers must be written in continuous prose.

Students must show AO1 and AO2.

Remember there are six marks for knowledge and understanding (AO1) and six marks for evaluation and analysis (AO2).