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A-level Sociology MOCK EXAM (full paper) & Teacher friendly mark scheme

A-level Sociology MOCK EXAM (full paper) & Teacher friendly mark scheme

I have created a mock exam for the new A-level Sociology specification. If your students have already practised the exam papers available on the aqa website then it can be quite tricky setting a new mock exam. So i just created one. Students will need lined paper to answer questions. The items are included and the questions have been put together from a range of textbook sources.
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Group Work  - Job Roles

Group Work - Job Roles

6 different job descriptions to make sure that all people are involved and actively working within a group. Suitable for all ages and group work tasks.
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Outstanding lesson on secularisation & religiosity: Beliefs, Lesson 7

Outstanding lesson on secularisation & religiosity: Beliefs, Lesson 7

Lesson objective: To be able to apply sociological theories for secularisation & religiosity to a 20 mark exam question. I have used this lesson in my formal observation & was graded outstanding. There is a lot of support for literacy with a clear focus on key words. Also there are challenge activities. Most of the questions have the answers/lecture notes on the board which is great for non-specialist teaching. ** THIS SOCIOLOGY LESSON REQUIRES YOU TO USE/REFER TO THE BOOK TWO SOCIOLOGY TEXTBOOK BY WEBB ET AL**
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A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 6, Secularisation (New spec)

A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 6, Secularisation (New spec)

Learning outcomes: To be able to explain the Sociological arguments for the secularisation thesis. To be able to outline the evidence for the secularisation thesis. To be able to evaluate the arguments and evidence for secularisation. There is a lot of support for literacy with a clear focus on key words. Also there are challenge activities. Most of the questions have the answers/lecture notes on the board which is great for non-specialist teaching. ** THIS SOCIOLOGY LESSON REQUIRES YOU TO USE/REFER TO THE BOOK TWO SOCIOLOGY TEXTBOOK BY WEBB ET AL**
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A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 5, Religion & social change (New spec)

A-Level AQA Sociology: Beliefs, Lesson 5, Religion & social change (New spec)

Learning outcomes: To outline and evaluate the theories which claim that religion is a conservative force, preventing social change. To evaluate the theories which claim that religion can act as a force for social change. To apply evidence of where in the world and how religion has acted either as a conservative force or a force for social change.
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Día Internacional del Trabajador

Día Internacional del Trabajador

This short class is for age group 12 to 16 and explains the main aspects on the subject to include concept, brief history, how it is celebrated in different parts of the world and several interactive activities for group discussion.
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