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OCR Sociology A Level Revision Booklets (New Spec) ALL 3 EXAMS

OCR Sociology A Level Revision Booklets (New Spec) ALL 3 EXAMS

3 booklets containing information about essay structure for each question type, lists of questions for each question type, and specification overview. All three exams are covered in the three booklets. Questions have been taken from elsewhere or thought up by myself. We print each booklet in different colours. Front page will need to be changed to suit the school and examination date. All in PDF format, sorry I don't seem to have the publisher/word versions any more. Please note: This is NOT a content revision booklet, it is just for structure of exam questions, specification overview and practice questions. Took roughly 8 hours to make the booklets. Last year over half our students achieved A*/A in A Level Sociology (2 were predicted an A/A*).
jwilson150
White collar vs Blue collar crime

White collar vs Blue collar crime

Two worksheets on white collar vs blue collar crime. One is a notetaking sheet outlining the differences between the two types of crime using the WJEC GCSE Sociology book to help them (could use any book though that outlines the differences between the two) The other sheet gets students thinking about types of crime that could be committed within each job role (focusing on white collar crime). Made for GCSE but could be adapted/used for A Level as a quick activity.
jwilson150
Sociology theories display! or Theory overview sheets for students

Sociology theories display! or Theory overview sheets for students

All the resources you need for a Sociology theories display. I have included: 4 theory overview sheets (Marxism, Feminism, Functionalism and New Right). On each of those sheets is some information regarding: Theory's view about society, key sociologists linked to that theory, views on the family and views on crime. These can be changed if you study a different topic as they are in publisher format. I have also included pictures and pieces of information, quotes etc that I used for my display. I do not own the rights to the pictures and so to make it clear, you are paying for the overview sheets and the information I have produced. I have included the picture about how I laid it out, but you may wish to lay it out differently. I also backed on different coloured paper to highlight the different theories. Currently working on Interactionism and Postmodernism. Alternatively/additionally, you can print off just the overview sheets to hand out to students. Took roughly 6 hours to do make all of the resources so asking for £8. Once it's all up though it will last for years and won't need updating. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
jwilson150
GCE A/AS Level Sociology Methods

GCE A/AS Level Sociology Methods

This bundle comprises of a series of lessons designed to fit the new 2015 AQA Spec for Sociology Methods. 1. PET - Influences of topic and Methology 2. Sampling 3. Experiments 4. Observations 5. Surveys: Interviews & Questionnaires 6. Secondary Sources 7. Practical Application Activity 8. Final word on concepts There are a range of activities, exam question practice (10 markers and essays), applied activities, stretch and challenge ideas.
nickjmc
A-LEVEL OCR SOCIOLOGY REVISION POSTERS

A-LEVEL OCR SOCIOLOGY REVISION POSTERS

Numerous concise revision posters /notes with the key information and knowledge for the A-Level Sociology OCR ( New Specification ) course. Posters for Research methods, Education , Families and Households, Socialisation , Culture and Identity. As well as theoretical perspectives such as Marxism and Feminism .
grumbledoresarmy
A-LEVEL OCR SOCIOLOGY EXAMPLE ANSWERS !!!

A-LEVEL OCR SOCIOLOGY EXAMPLE ANSWERS !!!

This bundle is for A-Level Sociology OCR ( New Specification) . It contains numerous example answers marked by teachers and given A/ A* standards. This is a fantastic resource for helpng students to know how to improve , reach the highest grades, and to know what examiners may be looking for. - 3 x 40 Mark Social Inequality - 2 x 20 Mark Social inequality - 4,6,10 Mark Research Methods - 3 x 25 Mark Research Methods - 5 x 40 Mark Education -6 x 10 Mark Education - 5x 6 Mark Socialisation , Culture and Identity -4 x 12 Mark Socialisation Culture and Identity -7 x 12 Mark Families and Households
grumbledoresarmy
AQA AS Sociology Family and Households. Introduction to demography powerpoint and resources

AQA AS Sociology Family and Households. Introduction to demography powerpoint and resources

AQA AS Sociology Family and Households unit - Demography topic Included is an introductory powerpoint to the Demography topic, covering definitions of demography and then discussing trends in the birth rate to be used in conjunction with 'Sociology Book One' by Webb, Westergaard, Trobe and Townend (2015 AQA Specification) Attached also is a worksheet on 'Births' which follows the book and a 'right and wrong' quiz sheet to test understanding. Also included is a worksheet on 'Deaths' which also follows the book. Questions on the worksheets have been differentiated using 'Blooms Taxonomy' questioning to help improve thinking skills (highlighted in red in the worksheet).
philippaday73
Practical Application:  From Design Brief to Proposed Sociological Methodology!

Practical Application: From Design Brief to Proposed Sociological Methodology!

I created this lesson for an observation. It was a 2 hour lesson but you could split it over 2 lessons or reduce it down to 1 1/2 hours. There is a practical starter - reminding of terms and the process of choosing a methodology from start to finish. The main activity comprises of 5 separate applied scenarios. Students are given one of these Briefs and then need to decided what questions they need to ask to proceed further to make decisions about this proposed study. They are then given further information - giving info about personal characteristics, funds, funding bodies etc. There is an activity to run along side this and lesson plan to explain how the lesson runs.
nickjmc
Research method- secondary research- looking at a proposal

Research method- secondary research- looking at a proposal

2 Lessons based on secondary research includes research tasks, questions, a video activity, and a detailed homework based on a sociology research project (for students to do over half term). This helps the students to apply the learning from lesson 21-22 based on research methods.
Katerinachris
Research Methods and Questionnaires

Research Methods and Questionnaires

2 detailed lessons based on research methods and questionnaires- includes detailed content about the steps towards a research method, group activities, independent activities (with questions and 'fill out missing word tasks' and a detailed homework based on a questionnaire for a research proposal).
Katerinachris