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Suffragettes Presentation - 100 years of women voting (UK) February 2018

Suffragettes Presentation - 100 years of women voting (UK) February 2018

6th February 2018 marks 100 years since women over 30 were given the vote in Britain. Mark this historic anniversary by teaching your students about the suffragettes and the Bill in Parliament that allowed suffrage for women. This resource is a 24 slide detailed, editable PowerPoint, perfect for teaching your children about this important topic. The slideshow covers women's rights prior to suffrage, different suffrage organisations, their actions, the arguments on either side, a detailed look at five particular suffragists, women during the war, the Act in Parliament, women in the 20th century and suffrage around the world. It concludes with 10 questions to elicit conversation and debate. It is suitable for using with secondary aged children. I hope you enjoy teaching about this historic event! (Please note: There is an adapted, age-appropriate version for KS2 also available from the Blossoming Minds shop.)
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GCSE PE OCR - 3.1  Engagement Patterns of Different Social Groups

GCSE PE OCR - 3.1 Engagement Patterns of Different Social Groups

This detailed resource pack has been designed and differentiated to suit all learner needs alongside the OCR specification, it can, however, be easily modified to suit all exam boards. This pack focuses upon engagement patterns of different social groups within physical activity and sport. This packs includes: - 3.1 Specification header sheet for pupil assessment - 3.1 Detailed lesson PowerPoint scheme of work - 3.1 Pupil worksheets - 3.1Teacher and pupil resources
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Crash Course Sociology E # 37 Theories About Family & Marriage Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E # 37 Theories About Family & Marriage Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’ll explore how sociology defines family and the different terms used to describe specific types of family. We’ll look at marriage in different societies, as well as marital residential patterns and patterns of descent. And, of course, we’ll go over the three sociological schools of thought on the societal role of marriage and family. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:59) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#36 Age and Aging Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#36 Age and Aging Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney People are getting older – not just in the individual sense, but the human population itself. Today we’re going to explore those shifting patterns and their implications. We’ll go over the biological, psychological, and cultural aspects of aging, including some of the particular challenges that older individuals face. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:18) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology Bundle Episodes # 31-35 Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology Bundle Episodes # 31-35 Questions & Key

Host Nicole Sweeney will walk you through questions big and small about how we both shape societies and are shaped by them. (Crash Course Synopsis) 31.Sociology E#31 Sex & Sexuality 32.Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification 33.Sociology E#32 Gender Stratification 34.Sociology E#34 Race and Ethnicity 35.Sociology E# 35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Links included
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Crash Course Sociology E#35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#35 Racial/Ethnic Prejudice & Discrimination Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney We can’t talk about race without also discussing racism, so today we are going to define and explain prejudice, stereotypes, and racism. We’ll look at five theories for why prejudice exists. We’ll discuss discrimination and the legacies of institutional racism. We’ll also provide an overview of four types of racial interaction: pluralism, assimilation, segregation, and genocide. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:39) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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