Secondary Send my Friend 2018 Teacher Pack

Secondary Send my Friend 2018 Teacher Pack

Download this pack for everything you need to take part in this year’s Send My Friend to School campaign to make schools safe! The pack contains activities, case studies, films, action templates and much more!
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Primary Send My Friend to School 2018 Pack

Primary Send My Friend to School 2018 Pack

Download this pack for everything you need to take part in this year’s Send My Friend to School campaign to make schools safe! The pack contains activities, case studies, films, action templates and much more!
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Quipu

Quipu

Infographics with basic information about this ancient method of Inca civilization.
marijota2008
Why do anthropologists study society?

Why do anthropologists study society?

Lesson looks at the purpose of anthropological studies and why anthropologists conduct them. Students look at the summaries of a number of ethnographies and identify the reasons for the studies. They then watch a documentary about a leading anthropologist and the purpose of their study before making a judgment and debating about the validity of their work.
EmmyCD
Anthropology - Information about some societies

Anthropology - Information about some societies

Here is some information about some societies: Arapesh, Roma Gypsies, Hippies, Yanomamo and the Nepalese. My students used this information in their sociology lesson to look at what anthropologists do and made comparisons between British culture and the ones presented.
EmmyCD
Social Anthropology - Suffering Revision

Social Anthropology - Suffering Revision

This lesson is a review on suffering we have had a look at in the societies covered in IB Social Anthropology. You can easily sub in the societies you use. Looks at what suffering is, what major religions say about suffering and a paired revision activity.
EmmyCD
In Search of Respect Huge Resources Pack - Social Anthropology

In Search of Respect Huge Resources Pack - Social Anthropology

Large number of resources used to teach In Search of Respect. I have individual lessons listed, but thought I would also offer a bumper pack at a lower cost. Revision guide, scheme of learning and a revision card check list is also available in my resources (not included in this download).
EmmyCD
IB Social Anthropology - Feedback Frame

IB Social Anthropology - Feedback Frame

Three feedback frames that can be used when assessing IB Social Anthropology essays. I have found this particularly effective with peer assessment as it ensures students focus on each criteria and feedback in detail. There is space for students to respond the feedback they have been given which can demonstrate progress.
EmmyCD
Social Anthropology - In Search of Respect Revision Guide and Checklist

Social Anthropology - In Search of Respect Revision Guide and Checklist

This resource is a revision guide for the ethnography ‘In Search of Respect’ by Philippe Bourgois. Covers: context, history of migration, kinship, gender relations, children, adolescence/rites of passage, education, illegal and legal economy. There is also a revision card checklist at the end. This revision guide does not include every single detail as I would expect my students to use their more detailed notes to revise from also.
EmmyCD
Soc Anth; Government Responses to the Roma

Soc Anth; Government Responses to the Roma

Lessons are for looking at government responses to the Roma. The students look at a documentary which follows Italian, French and Spanish responses and then use extracts from the ethnography (The Time of the Gypsies - Michael Stewart) to make comparisons. They then look at how the Roma suffer from prejudice in Harangos which will lead to a Paper 2 question.
EmmyCD
Soc Anth; SOL for In Search of Respect

Soc Anth; SOL for In Search of Respect

SOL for In Search of Respect by Philippe Bourgois. Details lesson title, learning objectives, what students will learn, how they will be assessed (including specific Paper 2 questions), minimum and exceptional learning, homework and key themes covered. There are 17 lessons in total. Please see my other resources for lessons and for a revision card checklist for this ethnography. This is for IB Social Anthropology.
EmmyCD
Soc Anth; Rites of Passage and Identity

Soc Anth; Rites of Passage and Identity

2 lessons on the subject. 1st lesson uses the Hendry ‘Introduction to Social Anthropology&’ book. 2nd lesson uses the extract from a paper that is attached here.
EmmyCD
Soc Anth; Yanomamo and Globalisation

Soc Anth; Yanomamo and Globalisation

Ethnography: Yanomamo - Napoleon Chagnon. This lesson uses the 5th edition. Looks at who has come into contact with the Yanomamo and the effects of this contact.
EmmyCD
Social Anthropology;Respect

Social Anthropology;Respect

This lesson was created for IB Social Anthropology. The ethnography used is ‘In Search of Respect’ by Philippe Bourgois. This lesson introduces Philippe Bourgois’ ‘In Search of Respect’ and examines what respect is and how it is earned.
EmmyCD
Social Anthropology; Gypsy Work

Social Anthropology; Gypsy Work

This lesson was created for IB Social Anthropology. The ethnography used is ‘The Time of the Gypsies’ by Michael Stewart. Students look at Roma attitudes towards work.
EmmyCD
Soc Anth; Division of Labour Roma Gypsies

Soc Anth; Division of Labour Roma Gypsies

This lesson was created for IB Social Anthropology. The ethnography used is ‘The Time of the Gypsies’ by Michael Stewart. Students look at the division of labour in the Roma community.
EmmyCD