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Ethics Civics 2-Pack: Cell Phones The New Social OBSESSION + STAR Target Guide

Ethics Civics 2-Pack: Cell Phones The New Social OBSESSION + STAR Target Guide

$AVE with this AWESOME 2 Pack Bundle for conquering ETHICs Issues (concerning cell phone habits). Included: (1) Cell Phones: The New Social OBSESSION Exercises for Resolving Common Situational Cell Phone Conflicts Questionnaires for Discovery: Opinion Polls vs. Fact Finding Assessments for Self Awareness Cell Phone Habits Activities and Discussions on Social Impacts & Addictive Behaviors Discussions on Parental Control versus Student Rights + More! Critical Thinking Designed for Today’s Concerns! (2) STAR Target GUIDE is a Guided Lesson Plan. STAR is an acronym that stands for *Situation * Task * Action * Result. The STAR Target GUIDE includes numerous exercises that are easy to comprehend and integrate. This activity book will show students how to apply this simple concept in a variety of environments. Activities! Reference Charts! Examples! & Printable worksheets that include these categories: Assignments Communication Issues Ethics/Civic Concerns Challenging Life Situations Setting Personal Goals Excellent for Critical Thinking Development!
PattyAnnsPetProject
Ethics Civics: CELL PHONES > The New Social OBSESSION ~ Guidebook + Activities

Ethics Civics: CELL PHONES > The New Social OBSESSION ~ Guidebook + Activities

Cell Phones need NO explanation. They are an everyday essential tool, and an extension of ourselves in very many ways. But, there is no denying cell phones can cross social and ethical boundaries. And miscommunication often results. This guide provides social awareness of cell phone habits. Activities introduce critical thinking skills using the STAR method for approaching typical cell phone abuses that challenge all of us on occasion. STAR is an acronym that stands for: Situation-Task-Action-Resolutions. In these ETHICS Exercises STAR is applied to problem solving issues that are unique to cell phone users. Exercises for Resolving Common Situational Cell Phone Conflicts Questionnaires for Discovery: Opinion Polls vs. Fact Finding Assessments for Self Awareness Cell Phone Habits Activities and Discussions on Social Impacts & Addictive Behaviors Discussions on Parental Control versus Student Rights + More! Critical Thinking Designed for Today’s Concerns!
PattyAnnsPetProject
AQA Sociology GSCE Educational Achievement

AQA Sociology GSCE Educational Achievement

This set of 5 lessons coving 8 hours looks at: Introduction to achievement and outside school factors Inside school factors Class and educational achievement Gender and Educational achievement Ethnicity and educational achievement These lessons were planned using the Hodder Education AQA Sociology GCSE 9-1 textbook. However, they could be easily adapted to work with other textbooks.
rebeccaflorey92
AQA Sociology gender and educational achievement

AQA Sociology gender and educational achievement

This lesson looks at Gender and educational achievement. It includes: Full PPT with all tasks and challenge tasks Sources work sheet Worksheet to complete factors PLEASE NOTE: this lesson requires the Hodder Education AQA GCSE 1-9 sociology book.
rebeccaflorey92
AQA Sociology Class and Educational achievement

AQA Sociology Class and Educational achievement

This lesson looks at social class and educational achievement. It includes: Full PPT with all tasks and challenge tasks Sources work sheet Worksheet to complete factors PLEASE NOTE: this lesson requires the Hodder Education AQA GCSE 1-9 sociology book.
rebeccaflorey92
GCSE Sociology Research methods practical project

GCSE Sociology Research methods practical project

This pack includes everything you need to take your class through a practical research project as part of the AQA GCSE Sociology course. The idea is to allocate each group a research method for them to learn, carry out and then present back to the class. This project takes roughly 12 lessons if all done in class (could be done as HW to make it shorter) This resource includes: A preparation lesson where students work in groups to learn other research methods A comprehensive work book for each group to work through as they complete the project. Through this they will: * Decide upon a hypothesis and aim * Consider the PET issues with their research method. * Consider secondary sources * Deliberate and decide upon a sampling method * Create a plan of action * Reflect upon results * Plan their group presentation * Peer assess the group work Also included: A PPT with slides designed to facilitate each lesson. Summary work sheet for students to record the information about the research method A HW sheet where students reflect individually. I just completed this SOW with my own Yr10 class and they did wonderfully. The results they came out with were fantastic and they were able to give excellent and well informed presentations. If you have time this would also be great to use with A level students.
rebeccaflorey92
AQA Sociology GCSE- Education inside factors

AQA Sociology GCSE- Education inside factors

This lesson introduces Interactionism and the inside school factors that affect educational achievement. All resources included in PPT. This is a ‘buffet’ style lesson where students complete tasks around the room to get all the information.
rebeccaflorey92
AQA GCSE Sociology: Intro to Education and Functionalism

AQA GCSE Sociology: Intro to Education and Functionalism

This is a double lesson where students are introduced to the Education unit and the Functionalist understanding of the role of education. Lesson contains: Full PPT Optional worksheet to complete tasks on One sociologist info sheet One criticisms hint sheet This lesson uses the Hodder education AQA sociology GCSE 9-1 textbook
rebeccaflorey92
AQA Education 9-1 New Specification

AQA Education 9-1 New Specification

A bundle of resources aimed at the new AQA specification, but content is easily adapted to suit other exam boards. Lesson 17 can be found in my shop as it is an assessment that is free. Please leave feedback if you download as it’s taken a lot of planning!
SquishyResources
Group Work  - Job Roles

Group Work - Job Roles

6 different job descriptions to make sure that all people are involved and actively working within a group. Suitable for all ages and group work tasks.
Marcushall6
Outstanding lesson on secularisation & religiosity: Beliefs, Lesson 7

Outstanding lesson on secularisation & religiosity: Beliefs, Lesson 7

Lesson objective: To be able to apply sociological theories for secularisation & religiosity to a 20 mark exam question. I have used this lesson in my formal observation & was graded outstanding. There is a lot of support for literacy with a clear focus on key words. Also there are challenge activities. Most of the questions have the answers/lecture notes on the board which is great for non-specialist teaching. ** THIS SOCIOLOGY LESSON REQUIRES YOU TO USE/REFER TO THE BOOK TWO SOCIOLOGY TEXTBOOK BY WEBB ET AL**
StudentFriendly
A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 6, Secularisation (New spec)

A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 6, Secularisation (New spec)

Learning outcomes: To be able to explain the Sociological arguments for the secularisation thesis. To be able to outline the evidence for the secularisation thesis. To be able to evaluate the arguments and evidence for secularisation. There is a lot of support for literacy with a clear focus on key words. Also there are challenge activities. Most of the questions have the answers/lecture notes on the board which is great for non-specialist teaching. ** THIS SOCIOLOGY LESSON REQUIRES YOU TO USE/REFER TO THE BOOK TWO SOCIOLOGY TEXTBOOK BY WEBB ET AL**
StudentFriendly
AQA Psychology (KS5, AS) - Revision Pack (9 Sessions)

AQA Psychology (KS5, AS) - Revision Pack (9 Sessions)

A complete set of nine AS-Level AQA Psychology revision sessions. These sessions are designed to be used over the course of nine one hour periods; they can be used for double-lessons also. In total, there’s at least nine hours worth of sessions here. The pack includes includes nine revision lessons, each containing ten revision activities; each lesson includes seven group-discussion worksheets. The format allows for extreme flexibility and the effective delivery of revision lessons with minimal user effort: just download and go! These graphically enhanced resources have been made to very high professional standards by a dedicated resource developer. It is ideal for exam preparation and revision. Topics covered are: -3.1.1 Social Influence -3.1.2 Memory -3.1.3 Attachment -3.2.1 Approaches to Psychology -3.2.1.1 Biopsychology -3.2.2 Psychopathology -3.2.3 Research Methods -3.2.3.1 Scientific Processes -3.2.3.2 Data Handling & Analysis They are an essential download for any AQA Psychology (KS5) teacher! If you like them, please take a moment to leave a review :)
Perfect-Revision-Tools
The World News Crossword - April 8th, 2018

The World News Crossword - April 8th, 2018

The World News Crossword - April 8th, 2018, is a crossword based on events in last week’s news. (And there are 3 more crosswords that can be used any time to support students’ knowledge of the world around them.) A huge cargo ship smashed into a house on its way from Russia to Saudi Arabia. Government forces in Syria appear to have used chemical weapons again. More Palestinians were killed by Israeli gun fire. Monkeys fought off would-be thieves in Wellington’s zoo in New Zealand. A Japanese man was arrested for licking his violent son in a cage for more than 20 years. A football club suspended most of its players for an argument they were having on… Facebook. I have the students work on the News Crossword in small groups and they compete to be first finished. But they usually get side tracked discussing the events in the news, mostly asking, ‘why?’ Why was China’s space-lab left to crash into the Earth? Why is there so much plastic pollution in the sea near UK? Why are the US and China imposing tariffs on each other’s exports? Why was Prince Charles made an honory chief in Vanuatu? (And why is it ‘honorary’ and not ‘honourary’?) And at what stage do we tell Facebook that our personal information belongs to us and not them?
BFP
Nuclear Weapons - Buddhism & Christianity (GCSE Lesson Pack) [Religious Studies] [Weapons of Mass Destruction]

Nuclear Weapons - Buddhism & Christianity (GCSE Lesson Pack) [Religious Studies] [Weapons of Mass Destruction]

This pack contains three lessons about weapons of mass destruction and nuclear warfare. It deals with Buddhist & Christian beliefs and teachings. It also includes a free bonus resource: an A3 DIRT worksheet (rated 5*), that should be useful in your practice. For more details about the resources please click on the individual items. If you’re here you should check out my: GCSE Buddhism - Beliefs Teachings & Practices - 20 Lesson Unit GCSE Buddhism Thematic Studies Units Christianity Thematic Studies Units If you like my work, you may also be interested in my complete set of GCSE Sociology Resources covering the entire new specification!
godwin86
GCSE 9-1 AQA FAMILIES & HOUSEHOLDS BUNDLE

GCSE 9-1 AQA FAMILIES & HOUSEHOLDS BUNDLE

35 lesson bundle of GCSE FAMILIES & HOUSEHOLDS for 9-1 AQA specification. Includes homeworks, assessments, revision and everything in between! First time TES seller, just want to see what people think to these resources, so if you purchase please review and I will post more in the future! :-)
chloelwebb
Research Methods- Sampling

Research Methods- Sampling

A lesson introducing and explaining the different types of sampling. Use of skittles as a visual representation. Aimed at GCSE students, but adaptable for higher level (GCE). Use of differentiated/open-ended activities. Worksheets included
miriamsulehman1396
Research Methods- Surveys

Research Methods- Surveys

A lesson introducing and explaining the different types of surveys (questionnaires and interviews) and the advantages and disadvantages. Aimed at GCSE students, but adaptable for higher level (GCE). Use of differentiated/open-ended activities. Video and worksheet included
miriamsulehman1396
Research Methods- Primary and Secondary Sources

Research Methods- Primary and Secondary Sources

A lesson introducing and explaining primary and secondary sources. Use of card sort to identify examples of primary and secondary sources. Aimed at GCSE students, but adaptable for higher level (GCE). Use of differentiated/open-ended activities. Video and worksheet included
miriamsulehman1396
Research Methods- Ethical Issues in research

Research Methods- Ethical Issues in research

A lesson introducing and explaining the ethical issues a research experiences when conducting a study. Use of ethical scenario sheet as starter and clip of Milgram’s study for evidence. Use of differentiated/open-ended activities. Video and worksheet included
miriamsulehman1396
Research Methods- Practical issues

Research Methods- Practical issues

A lesson introducing and explaining the practical issues a researcher faces. Student led task, in which each student is given a scenario and has to assess how to overcome practical problems a researcher could face in that setting. Aimed at GCSE students, but adaptable for higher level (GCE). Use of differentiated/open-ended activities. Video and worksheet included
miriamsulehman1396
38 slides - Socialisation

38 slides - Socialisation

A very detailed powerpoint focusing on socialisation, including both primary and secondary (and all the 6 agents - family, peers, religion, education, workplace, media) combined with sociologists and key concepts. Well worth the investment.
Cecil6
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
godwin86
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!
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Sociology- Education: Marketisation

Sociology- Education: Marketisation

This PPT covers the topic Education: Marketisation. It includes essential content, a range of activities/ tasks, research tasks, exam style questions and homework. Supports the New AQA GCSE Sociology.
Katerinachris