AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Independent Study Booklets

AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Independent Study Booklets

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
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AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Debates

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Debates

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Research Methods

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Research Methods

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Perspectives

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Sociological Perspectives

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
Ethics: Sanctity of Life

Ethics: Sanctity of Life

Here is our grab and go 10 hour unit based on the Sanctity of Life. f you review this resource we will give you another resource for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. <br /> <br /> You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE<br /> and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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Social Stratification SOL - New AQA GCSE

Social Stratification SOL - New AQA GCSE

This resource is a set of approximately 50 lessons (please note that each lesson on the SOL take approximately 2 lessons, perhaps more) for the Social Stratification unit for the new 1-9 AQA GCSE. Topics covered are: social stratification, the class system, life chances, poverty, power, welfare state, patriarchy. My schemes of learning are very detailed lesson plans which include: WALTs (lesson objectives), WILFs (success criteria), activities linked to WALTs, checking activities for each section of knowledge in lesson, assessment placement, suggested resources, extended writing/exam question opportunities, home learning, links to the GCSE specification and minimum/exceeding expectations descriptions. Please note, individual lessons including resources will be available to purchase during the coming academic year.
EmmyCD
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklets - Crime and Deviance

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklets - Crime and Deviance

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to structure the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Crime Control and Prevention

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology- Independent Study Booklet - Globalisation and Crime

AQA A Level Sociology- Independent Study Booklet - Globalisation and Crime

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Social Distribution of Crime

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Social Distribution of Crime

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Theories of Crime and Deviance

AQA A Level Sociology - Independent Study Booklet - Theories of Crime and Deviance

These booklets aim to help students focus their self study and continued revision. They contain worksheets to stucture the process which follows the spaced study system. For each topic in this booklet there are the following resources: Topic outline sheet Topic Summary sheets Try to fill in as much of this sheet as you can from your pre-reading and then fill in any gaps (in a different colour) after the lesson. Consolidation / Trigger Sheets These sheets should be completed at first without any notes to see what you remember and have retained on this topic. This will help you to reflect accurately on your understanding of the topic. There are three different sheets for you to try however there are many others as well: Spider Web – each level is a different assessment objective and acts like a structured mind map. Cornell Notes – Breaks down your notes into assessment objectives. Complete using bullet points in the main section and then write a 100 word (approx.) summary containing all AO’s at the bottom. There is space for key terms and key words as well. Brain Dump review – Write down everything you can remember in the brain dump box, then go back to your notes and write down any missing information that you think is important. Anything you are still unsure about goes in the ‘to check’ box for you to focus on later or ask your teacher about. 10 Question Quick Quiz Try to answer without your notes and then use your notes and textbook etc to self check and identify areas you still need to go over. Exam Practice Question breakdown sheets for each of the question styles that could appear for that topic.
randomgirly
AQA Social Stratification 9-1 New Specification

AQA Social Stratification 9-1 New Specification

14 lessons to teach the new specification content, tailored towards AQA but suitable for other exam boards. Lesson 15 would be an assessment, as this is a past paper from AQA I cannot upload but it can be found for free on their website. If you download please leave a review.
SquishyResources
AQA Social Stratification- Power Relationships (14/15)

AQA Social Stratification- Power Relationships (14/15)

Planned for 9-1 specification. This is the last lesson, number 15 is an assessment that is taken from a past paper so i cannot upload this as it is property of AQA. This lesson looks at feminism and patriarchy. The main crux of the lesson is to learn about the Key Thinker Sylvia Walby and her theory of the six patriarchal structures. Please leave a review if you download.
SquishyResources
AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Summary sheets

AQA A Level Sociology - Theory and Methods Summary sheets

Summary Sheets are broken down into 3 sections: Debates: Sociology as a science Interpretivism v Positivism Value Freedom Sociology and Social Policy Research Methods: Research Design Factors influencing Method Choice Primary research Methods Secondary research Methods Sampling Methods Theoretical Factors in Research Perspectives in Sociology: What is Sociology? Functionalism Marxism Neo-Marxism Feminisms Social Action theory Symbolic interactionism Phenomenology & Ethnomethodology Structuration Theory Postmodernism and Late Modernity
randomgirly
RSE KS4 / KS5

RSE KS4 / KS5

New KS4 / KS5 RSE Unit of 5 lessons. These lessons were created specifically for KS4 / KS5 to fit with the newly released DfE guidelines for Relationships and Sex Education in UK schools, set to become statutory 2020. They are intended as a continuation of my KS3 Unit, available here: but can be taught without this and all work as standalone lessons. My complete KS3 / KS4 set is available here. The lessons included are: Consent, Sexual Harassment and Rape - How can we establish clear sexual boundaries? 2) Good Sex - How can we have good, safe sex and is it best to wait for someone you care about? Same Sex RelationshipsWhy do some people have same sex relationships, what’s it like to be in one and what challenges do couples face? Break - Ups Why do these feel like the end of the world - and are they really? Gender, Sex and Trans Identity What do these terms mean and why is it important we study them? All lessons include a well differentiated PowerPoint, detailed worksheets, information sheets, engaging activities, clips and accompanying question tasks. Many more PSHE Resources available at my store here. Complete KS3 and KS4 PSHE School Packages available here: Complete KS3 PSHE 1 Year’s KS4 PSHE
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A Level Sociology AQA Education - Cultural deprivation

A Level Sociology AQA Education - Cultural deprivation

This is a lesson for the AQA specification for sociology. It compliments the Napier Press Sociology book one textbook by Webb, Westergaard, Trobe and Townend and the textbook will be needed for this lesson. I have estimated that this lesson could last between 1 to 2 hours depending on what allocation you have been give time wise. This is my first A Level Sociology resource so feedback is welcome. I have kept this resource free as I do not believe in selling resources due the increasing pressures on teachers, so please feel free to take, change or adapt as much as needed.
mrjaredbarlow
Intelligent linking mind map

Intelligent linking mind map

An intelligent mind map that allows students and teachers to make links within subjects/topics and effectively display learning. Students can complete electronically on a computer or the resource can be printed A4 or A3 ***Important -To further STRETCH and CHALLENGE students - Ask students to write only key words and phrases in the boxes and then write ALONG the lines short explanations as to how key words and topics link Works particularly well as: Revision tool - units of work can go in the first initial 4 boxes and then specific lessons/topics can go in the linked boxes An accompanying worksheet to a video - as students watch a video they can analyse and think “what are the key points/words of the video” and “how do the key points/words link to each other.” As a plenary exercise. Ask students to categorise, analyse and and link the keywords they have learnt for the lesson or last few lessons. Ray Head of Department
rayteach57
'Examine the advantages & disadvantage of official stats as a source of data for the Sociologist'

'Examine the advantages & disadvantage of official stats as a source of data for the Sociologist'

This is an 20/20 essay answer to: ‘Examine the advantages and disadvantage of official statistics as a source of data for the sociologist’. DO NOT PLAGARISE (this is an actual piece of student work), through copy and pasting, neither through typing out word to word when seen, as this can be tracked down by the marker or examiner, and you will be disqualified. However, it is to take ideas and structure from, as many sociology students struggle to effectively use studies and sociologists in their evaluations.
umme_salma_tahir
Taster Booklet- New AQA Specification Work/Revision booklet (Paper 1- The Sociology of the Family an

Taster Booklet- New AQA Specification Work/Revision booklet (Paper 1- The Sociology of the Family an

A small taster booklet for New Spec Paper 1 GCSE Sociology. Both booklets and a description of content can be found below: Booklet 1 (The Sociology of the Family and Education) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-aqa-specification-work-revision-booklet-paper-1-the-sociology-of-the-family-and-education-11936475# Booklet 2 (The Sociology of Crime and Deviance and Social Stratification) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-aqa-gcse-paper-2-booklet-the-sociology-of-crime-and-stratification-11936541 Description: This 50 page booklet includes everything GCSE students need to know for the New AQA GCSE Sociology Specification. It asks as both a booklet for students to work from and an excellent revision tool. The booklet includes: -In depth breakdown of exam requirements and structure of every exam question -An in depth description of all the social studies included with the specification -10 x news articles relating to issues covered in the specification -A list of comprehension questions for students to complete about the news articles -Personal learning checklist of every topic students are required to know for both units -A list of 3 mark style questions -A list of Item based questions -Specification specific key words list -A ‘checking your understand of sociological views’ task -Breakdown of example questions (3 marks- 12 marks) Students at my own school have loved this resource and it has really helped with both setting homework and discussing universal issues in the classroom.
jj94
Secularisation

Secularisation

Collection of lesson activities for AQA A level Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Secularisation
pedrioan
Religion - protest and change

Religion - protest and change

A collection of resources for AQA Alevel Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Religion and Social Change This includes a blank of the Marxism - religion and change activity and one that has some suggested answers for differentiation.
pedrioan
Religion in the UK

Religion in the UK

An induction activity for students studying A level Sociology. I give the students this activity to complete during the summer break between Year 12 and 13 in preparation for the Beliefs in Society module. It gets them thinking about how they will conduct the research. I encourage them to explore some primary research and visit a local religious community. During the lessons, they have a great case study to apply to what they learn, particularly those students that are not members of a religious community.
pedrioan
Religious organisations - what's the question?

Religious organisations - what's the question?

These WTQ worksheets give students an answer and they have to write an appropriate question. Very good for revision. A good starter for revision lessons which lead to discussion on the best wording for the question to fit the answer best! Devised for AQA A level Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Religious organisations
pedrioan
NRMs and NAMs

NRMs and NAMs

Set of worksheets on New Religious Movements and New Age movements for AQA A level Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Religion, renewal and choice
pedrioan