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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. Celebrate 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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Valuing The Differences

Valuing The Differences

These three lesson plans will help students realize that valuing the differences in one another is a great way to begin to understand uniqueness, what they like about one another, and yes what my name really is. A great way to teach tolerance and diversity. (Grades 2-12)
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Origin of Everything How Did Martin Luther King Jr. Get a Holiday Q & A Key

Origin of Everything How Did Martin Luther King Jr. Get a Holiday Q & A Key

Hosted by Danielle Bainbridge Did you know Martin Luther King Jr Day wasn’t celebrated in all 50 states until 2000? And that in order to create the holiday honoring the civil rights leader we needed help from Stevie Wonder and the National Football League. Why was this the case? Well MLK Jr, wasn’t beloved by everyone during his life and winning the battle to create a holiday in his honor took a lot of work. How did it all happen? Watch the episode to find out. (Origin of Everything Synopsis 10:49) Fill in the blank questions In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link Included
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Social stratification

Social stratification

6 lessons 1 Introduction to social stratification 2 conflict vs consensus 3 Func view on social strat 4 Marx view on social strat 5 Feminism view on social strat 6 Weber view on social strat
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Crash Course Sociology E#11 Cultures Subcultures & Countercultures Q & A Key

Crash Course Sociology E#11 Cultures Subcultures & Countercultures Q & A Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney What is culture? How do we define it and how does it change? We’ll explore different categories of culture, like low culture, high culture, and sub-cultures. We'll also revisit our founding theories to consider both a structural functionalist and a conflict theory perspective on what cultures mean for society.. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:39) 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#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#10 Symbols, Values & Norms Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney What exactly is culture? This week we’re going to try to answer that, and explain the difference between material and non-material culture. We’ll look at three things that make up culture: symbols, values and beliefs, and norms. We’ll explore Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (and some of its problems) and how language influences culture. Finally, we’ll talk about the three types of norms – folkways, mores, and taboos – which govern our daily life. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:32) 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#9 Max Weber & Modernity  Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#9 Max Weber & Modernity Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney This week we are wrapping up our overview of sociology’s core frameworks and founding theorists with a look Max Weber and his understanding of the modern world. We’ll explore rationalization and the transition from traditional to modern society. We’ll also discuss bureaucracy, legitimacy, and social stratification in the modern state. Finally, we’ll see why Weber was so worried about the modern world.. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:32) 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#8 Harriet Martineau &  Gender Conflict Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#8 Harriet Martineau & Gender Conflict Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’re exploring another branch of conflict theory: gender conflict theory, with a look at sociology’s forgotten founder, Harriet Martineau. We’ll also discuss the three waves of feminism, as well as intersectionality. (Crash Course Synopsis 9:01) 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#7 W.E.B Dubois & Race Conflict Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#7 W.E.B Dubois & Race Conflict Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney We’re continuing our exploration of conflict theories with W.E.B. Dubois, who is one of the founders of sociological thought more broadly and the founder of race-conflict theory. We’ll discuss shifting ideas about race, Dubois’ idea of ‘double-consciousness’, and the modern day field of racial identity. We’ll explore the idea racial formation and discuss Dubois’ survey of African Americans in Philadelphia to look at how economic, political, and social structures affect how we perceive different races – and vice versa. We’ll also discuss the activist side of Dubois’ life as co-founder of the NAACP and editor of the Crisis, and how modern day sociologists study racial politics and racial resistance. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:18) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#6 Karl Marx & Conflict Theory Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#6 Karl Marx & Conflict Theory Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Today we’ll continue to explore sociology’s founding theorists with a look at Karl Marx and his idea of historical materialism. We’ll discuss modes of production, their development, and how they fit into Marx’s overall theory of historical development, along with class struggle and revolution. We’ll also discuss how Marx’s ideas gave rise to Gramsci’s idea of hegemony, and to conflict theories more generally. (Crash Course Synopsis 11:18) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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Crash Course Sociology E#5 Suicide and Society Questions & Key

Crash Course Sociology E#5 Suicide and Society Questions & Key

Host- Nicole Sweeney Émile Durkheim on Suicide and Society Now that we’ve talked a little bit about how sociology works, it’s time to start exploring some of the ideas of the discipline’s founders. First up: Émile Durkheim. We’ll explain the concept of social facts and how Durkheim framed sociology as a science. We’ll introduce the idea of common consciousness and how Durkheim believed it binds society together. We’ll also talk about Durkheim’s studies on suicide and how he applied his concepts to a specific social problem. .(Crash Course Synopsis 9:36) Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class or Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link included
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