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GCSE Sociology (AQA) Social Stratification (Social Inequality & Power)

GCSE Sociology (AQA) Social Stratification (Social Inequality & Power)

This resource provides classroom teachers with a selection of materials to support teachers with classroom delivery for the social stratification (social inequalities & power) topic that is compatible with both the new and legacy AQA specification. Many of the resources would also be accessable to A-level pupils.
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GCSE Christianity & Buddhism - Religion, Crime & Punishment (17 Lessons)

GCSE Christianity & Buddhism - Religion, Crime & Punishment (17 Lessons)

This collection of 17 lessons is for GCSE Religious Studies teachers who are teaching Christianity & Buddhism. It is for Theme B of the AQA Religious Studies specification: Religion, Crime & Punishment. It includes 10 lessons about Christian beliefs and 7 lessons about Buddhist beliefs. It also includes four bonus resources that I hope will be useful to you. Lesson 1-10 (Christianity) 1) Introduction 2) Central Debates 3) The Causes of Crime 4) Responses to Crime 5) Christian Teachings About Crime & Criminals 6) The Aims & Effectiveness of Punishment 7) ICT Suite Lesson 8) Corporal & Capital Punishment 9) Assessment Lesson 10) Unit Overview (Video-Learning Worksheet Lesson) Lesson 11-17 (Buddhism) 11) Crime & Criminals 12) Forgiveness & Crime 13) Capital Punishment (1) 14) Capital Punishment (2) 15) Corporal Punishment 16) Unit Overview (Buddhism) 17) Unit Overview (Buddhism) Each lesson is fully resourced and includes a lesson plan, homework, AfL tasks. Most lessons are based around professionally designed A3 worksheets. This download is designed to be everything you need in order to teach this theme and cover Christian & Buddhist perspectives. The resources are authored by the same professional resource designer who created the 20-Lesson GCSE Buddhism bundle for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course: which has soon become the highest rated premium GCSE RS product on all of Tes! ( https://goo.gl/5gQDEE ) Positive reviews are warmly welcome! ------------------------------------- The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) ____________________ System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor
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AQA Sociology A Level Theory and Methods Lessons

AQA Sociology A Level Theory and Methods Lessons

Full lessons and resources for the AQA A Level Theory and Methods section. Lessons include: - Postmodernism and Globalisation - Sociology as a science - Objectivity and Values - Social Policy - Action theories - Feminism (20 mark plan pulling together work from across the units) - Functionalism (20 mark plan pulling together work from across the units)
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Bronfronbrenner lesson - Health and Social care theorist

Bronfronbrenner lesson - Health and Social care theorist

This lesson provides the teaching and activities to support the understanding of Bronfenbrenner's theory of development. This links in with Health and Social care, Child development and Psychology. It includes challenge, Starters, plenaries, case study activities and exam questions to support understanding.
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The Educational Meme Game *Middle School Edition* (“Be a Meme Teacher!”)

The Educational Meme Game *Middle School Edition* (“Be a Meme Teacher!”)

With the enormous popularity of the “What Do You Meme” party game, I have created a clean and fun version for teachers and students. Through witty and hilariously sarcastic statements, students will be able to make their own memes involving situations like: breaking your last pencil, seeing your teachers in public, embarrassing moments in teen life, funny classroom events, etc. This set includes 78 text cards and over 90 funny meme pictures. There is also a blank card template so you can create your own text cards! You can also use your own pictures for added, personalized fun. You print them out, laminate them (recommended), cut them out, and then the fun can begin! Great for early-release days, after school programs, or any reward system! Please rate this if you enjoyed it and share with other teachers! Editable Word Doc. Game Instructions: 1. Select game groups of about five people (this works best because there are 78 statement cards in the game plus any you create) 2. Each person draws seven text cards 3. One picture is drawn at random by the player of turn (can be chosen at random by the whoever has their birthday next) 4. The other players then choose their best meme statement text card and submit their card face down to the player of turn (to remain anonymous so as not to influence the player’s choice of the winner) 5. The player of turn (that drew the picture card at random) reads all the statement text cards out loud to the group and then chooses a winner 6. The read text cards are kept out of the remainder of the game 7. The winner then gets the meme picture card 8. The player to the left of the player of turn is next 9. The player with the most meme picture cards at the end wins!
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