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AQA GCSE New Spec 2017 - The Sociological Approach Lesson 9 - Using Statistical Data

AQA GCSE New Spec 2017 - The Sociological Approach Lesson 9 - Using Statistical Data

This is the ninth and final lesson in a scheme of work designed for the 2017 specification GCSE Sociology course. It is designed to be used alongside the Collins textbook, guiding students through the book activities, along with more active and kinetic activities all within a lesson structure including an engaging starter and useful plenary. Many of the lessons can also be used as a standalone resource without the text book if required. This lesson covers the use of statistical data with an engaging starter involving analysis of a tweet by Donald Trump. It includes a presentation and lesson plan. The full topic bundle includes homework tasks, games, tests, quizzes and a detailed lesson plan for each lesson.

By mrs-elearning

AQA GCSE New Spec 2017- The Sociological Approach L8 - Feminism and the Consensus vs Conflict Debate

AQA GCSE New Spec 2017- The Sociological Approach L8 - Feminism and the Consensus vs Conflict Debate

This is the eighth lesson in a scheme of work designed for the 2017 specification GCSE Sociology course. It is designed to be used alongside the Collins textbook, guiding students through the book activities, along with more active and kinetic activities all within a lesson structure including an engaging starter and useful plenary. Many of the lessons can also be used as a standalone resource without the text book if required. This lesson covers the key ideas of feminism, and an introduction to the consensus vs conflict debate. It includes a presentation, worksheet and lesson plan, with a hw task designed to consolidate understanding of the feminist, functionalist and Marxist perspectives and where they stand in relation to the consensus vs conflict debate. The full topic bundle includes homework tasks, games, tests, quizzes and a detailed lesson plan for each lesson.

By mrs-elearning

AQA GCE Sociology Taster Sessions and Information

AQA GCE Sociology Taster Sessions and Information

This bundle includes two separate 1 hour taster sessions, aimed at Year 11s, This includes PowerPoint for both lessons and activity sheets. Furthermore a detailed information leaflet for Year 11 for the course, including course information, career progression, further reading etc.

By nickjmc

Introduction to Sociology for Yr 11 Taster Day: Establishing Society

Introduction to Sociology for Yr 11 Taster Day: Establishing Society

This provides a 1 hour starter/taster to sociology develops the ideas of society, role, stereotyping - as well as developing themes such as social control, belief, family, education etc. The session is taught through the PowerPoint and based around discussion of the roles needed for society, whats needed to create a functional society, who would best provide the roles and inevitably stereotyping. Students typically discuss the need for power and control and who has it. This leads to some nice early ideas developing Marxism and Functionalism. Accompanying resources are attached. This is based on the lifeboat game. I have a 2 taster sessions (both uploaded).

By nickjmc

AQA 4 & 6 mark Crime & Deviance Questions: A Level Sociology Revision Lesson

AQA 4 & 6 mark Crime & Deviance Questions: A Level Sociology Revision Lesson

This is primarily designed for AQA A Level Year 2, but it could be adapted for other specifications. It includes a powerpoint with detailed instructions and a worksheet that accompanies it. The powerpoint includes an engaging starter task which provides the framework for the rest of the lesson, and some different options to be used at the end . Essentially the aim of the lesson is to support the student in applying their knowledge correctly. There are a range of 4 mark questions provided on the worksheet and they have to select the correct term and place it next to the right question. The powerpoint includes a range of possible intervention strategies that can be differentiated according to the needs of each pupil and allows for a greater depth dependent on ability. This task is appropriate for non specialists as it includes the answers. I have also included an additional task sheet which contains a similar task for 6 mark questions with a range of possible answers. An answer sheet accompanies that as well. This lesson could be used during an observation and adapted to ensure it is outstanding in meeting the needs of your specific learners.

By Jongu

AQA A-LEVEL SOCIOLOGY: MARXIST THEORY OF CRIME

AQA A-LEVEL SOCIOLOGY: MARXIST THEORY OF CRIME

This is a detailed information sheet containing all the key information needed to know about the marxist theory of crime. My pupils found this resource very useful, after I gave it to them during revision time. Marxist theory of crime is quite a difficult theory of crime to understand, and this worksheet breaks it down for them.

By abbywilliams26