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AQA A2 Sociology- Mass Media: The Hypodermic Syringe Model

AQA A2 Sociology- Mass Media: The Hypodermic Syringe Model

Objectives: To understand the way in which audiences react to violence in the media Understand the application of evidence and studies of audiences and violence in the media and in real life. Evaluate theories on the relationship between audiences and violence in the media and in real life. Key terms: Homogeneous audience Disinhibition effect Deviancy amplification Scapegoat Key Questions: How influential is violence in the media?
Naadiya
Christmas DIRT Worksheet Bundle!

Christmas DIRT Worksheet Bundle!

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godwin86
Sociology Christmas Bundle!

Sociology Christmas Bundle!

Perfect for a relaxed and fun Christmas lesson! This bundle includes a: -Sociology Christmas quiz (KS4/5) - Christmas A3 DIRT Worksheet (suitable for KS4 or KS5) and -The Sociology Debate Generator'! Download for FREE by entering the code NOVEMBERNEWBIE at the checkout! (Offer ends Nov 30th! New Tes accounts and first-time buyers only!)
godwin86
WJEC GCSE Media TV News 9 Lesson Bundle

WJEC GCSE Media TV News 9 Lesson Bundle

9 PowerPoints including handouts: TV News genre conventions analysis - mise en scene, music and sound, special effects. TV News representation - visual and sound elements TV News theory - selection and news values Mock exam question for Q1 and Q2 of the exam, with a peer assessment activity. Ideal prep for Section A of the exam. Tried and tested on Year 11 students.
mediamnemonics
TV News - Representation in a TV News story - Sound elements PowerPoint lesson and handout

TV News - Representation in a TV News story - Sound elements PowerPoint lesson and handout

A complete PowerPoint lesson and handout introducing students to representation in a TV news story, focussing on the sound elements. The PowerPoint provides detailed notes on the key sounds elements (BBC News at 6 - Youtube link within PowerPoint) which the teacher is encouraged to use either to introduce the concept, or following class discussion to compare with the students' answers. Students consolidate their knowledge and understanding completing a one page handout (Word doc.) Please read the notes section at the bottom of the PowerPoint when it edit view for guidance for each slide. This PowerPoint and activity is suitable for at least a 1 hour lesson and is lesson 9 in a series created for the WJEC GCSE Media exam (June 2018). For more lessons on TV news and much much more, please visit the mediamnemonics shop. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mediamnemonics
mediamnemonics
Unit 4 - Primary and Secondary Socialisation

Unit 4 - Primary and Secondary Socialisation

Lesson Objectives To understand the term primary and secondary socialisation To give examples of primary and secondary socialisation To explain the influence of primary and secondary socialisation This package includes: Engaging PowerPoint Key terms from the unit specification Key information Exemplar of P1 coursework
Fquaicoe
AQA 9-1 Sociology - Crime and Deviance; An introduction

AQA 9-1 Sociology - Crime and Deviance; An introduction

This is an introductory lesson on the topic of crime and deviance. The second slide has the instructions in the notes sections and worked extremely well with my Year 10 students when asked which act was the worst and why. This was taken from a student teacher who had observed the activity when visiting a prison education system. There are also videos and differentiated activities to help to support learning.
zcorrea