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The Family Sociology Perspectives

The Family Sociology Perspectives

This set of resources includes an introduction to sociology of the family and the types of family.It discusses the functionalist, New Right, Marxist and Feminist perspectives and the relevant sociologists who discuss the family within these perspectives. Discusses main themes and information in detail.
livrayner21
Reading and writing a speech

Reading and writing a speech

A G.C.S.E English Language paper 2 practice/revision resource. Learners will need existing knowledge of 'write to persuade', language devices and sentence forms. Includes a speech extract, language question (similar to AQA GCSE Language, paper 2, Q3) and writing task.
sam_j83
GCSE Education

GCSE Education

A unit of work I planned last year when I taught Y10 Sociology. This is the Education unit for Paper 1. I have included the essay writing master class and the 3 assessments. There is homework planned into the unit. The unit should take a term to teach.
HealthSocialCareFairy
GCSE Sociology: Functionalism and the Family

GCSE Sociology: Functionalism and the Family

This lesson introduces students to Functionalist perspectives on the Family. The Power Point relates to the Eduqas exam paper, with reference to some exam questions on the final slide. However this resource can be used and adapted to fit other exam boards such as AQA. The resource also includes several activities including the use of interactive note books. Students will need scissors, glue, coloured pens and also mini wipe boards to complete the activities. Progress check answers can be found in the notes.
littlemstopmarx
AQA Sociology 9-1 GCSE:  Emile Durkheim

AQA Sociology 9-1 GCSE: Emile Durkheim

This resource is designed to introduce students to Sociology at GCSE. This is lesson 3 of a series of introductory lesson to help students to identify how to think like a sociologist. The particular focus of this lesson is to briefly introduce students to Emile Durkheim and the influence that he had on modern sociology. There is also an accompanying worksheet, which is included. All tasks are colour coded to allow for differentiation either through student choice or teacher direction.
zcorrea