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AQA GCSE Sociology PLC Pack! [Temporary Offer for my Beloved Facebook Group Members!]

AQA GCSE Sociology PLC Pack! [Temporary Offer for my Beloved Facebook Group Members!]

To celebrate the hard-work of the members of 'GCSE Sociology Teachers' group members on Facebook I'm offering this for FREE until Oct 31st. Just enter the code OUTSTANDINGOCT at the checkout. It's for new accounts or first-time buyers only! This download is for AQA Sociology GCSE (the new specification, 2017 onward). The bundle contains PLC/DIRT worksheets for all 5 sections of the course: Research Methods, Education, Family, Crime & Deviance and Social Stratification Each download features a: -DIRT Worksheet -Featuring a Personal Learning Checklist -Complete list of key-words -Key-word review section The worksheetss ask students to: -Indicate Red/Amber/Green for all topics on the specification. -Indicate a confidence rating out of 10 for all topics on the specification. -State their target and current grade -Ask the teacher one question -State their exam technique target -State their revision focus -Tell the teacher what they can do to help the student reach their target -Highlight key-words the student is unsure about -Indicate the total number of key-words the student is unsure about -State 10 key-words they will research the meaning of before the next lesson. It is therefore the perfect worksheet to structure a DIRT, progress review or revision lesson with in relation to AQA GCSE Sociology (2017 onwards).
godwin86
AQA GCSE Sociology PLC Pack!

AQA GCSE Sociology PLC Pack!

This download is for AQA Sociology GCSE (the new specification, 2017 onward). The bundle contains PLC/DIRT worksheets for all 5 sections of the course: Research Methods, Education, Family, Crime & Deviance and Social Stratification Each download features a: -DIRT Worksheet -Featuring a Personal Learning Checklist -Complete list of key-words -Key-word review section The worksheetss ask students to: -Indicate Red/Amber/Green for all topics on the specification. -Indicate a confidence rating out of 10 for all topics on the specification. -State their target and current grade -Ask the teacher one question -State their exam technique target -State their revision focus -Tell the teacher what they can do to help the student reach their target -Highlight key-words the student is unsure about -Indicate the total number of key-words the student is unsure about -State 10 key-words they will research the meaning of before the next lesson. It is therefore the perfect worksheet to structure a DIRT, progress review or revision lesson with in relation to AQA GCSE Sociology (2017 onwards).
godwin86
AS Sociology Families and Households Introduction to Roles and Relationships in the Family

AS Sociology Families and Households Introduction to Roles and Relationships in the Family

AS /A Level Sociology Families and Households Introduction to Roles and Relationships in the family. An introductory lesson to the domestic division of labour with activities looking at 'who does what' in the house and an introduction to Parsons, Bott and Willmott and Young. A3 double sided worksheet for students to use with the powerpoint with activities including an evaluation exercise. For the starter exercise you will need to find an article relating to the 1955 Good Housewife Guide (looks at typical roles of a woman during that period). A stand alone lesson that doesn't require any text book, so could be used for AQA or OCR specification.
philippaday73
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