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Introduction to feminism
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Introduction to feminism

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Detailed and differentiated student-led lesson that explores sex, gender, gender roles, patriarchy, socialisation, gender inequality as a way to introduce students to the main feminist views of society and ideas. Can be used for ANY SPEC. Catered towards A-level students but can easily be simplified and/ or for younger students.
SOCIOLOGY INTRO LESSONS - nature vs nurture, functionalism, marxism, feminism, QUIZ & ANSWERS
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SOCIOLOGY INTRO LESSONS - nature vs nurture, functionalism, marxism, feminism, QUIZ & ANSWERS

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Detailed and differentiated (up and down) student-led lessons that help students to develop on knowledge and understanding from previous lesson(s). L2 uses page 8 from AQA Book 1 by townsend but CAN BE USED FOR ANY SPEC using resources within lesson (see below). Comes with key term sheet for the lesson. 1. Introduction to Sociology - provides an overview of Sociology course (spec to AQA A-level but can easily be edited to suit ANY SPEC and GCSE) and the sociological imagination. 2. How do sociologists explain behaviour? -Nature vs Nurture lesson -explores the nature vs debate, norms, values, socialisation (primary/secondary) and social control as an introduction to Sociology. Uses page 8 of the AQA A-level Book 1 by Townsend to introduces students to the nature vs nurture debate but this can be replaced and the rest of the lesson can still be used. 3. Introduction to functionalism -explores value consensus, social order, biological/ organic analogy, structuralism, consensus theories to introduce students to the key functionalist views and ideas. 4. Introduction to Marxism -explores capitalism, ownership, interests, structuralism, conflict theories, exploitation as a way to introduce students to the main Marxist views and ideas. 5. Introduction to feminism - explores sex, gender, gender roles, patriarchy, socialisation, gender inequality as a way to introduce students to the main feminist views of society and ideas. 6. Quiz lesson - small revision activity 25 min quiz (on nature vs nurture, key functionalist, Marxist, feminist’s ideas and terminology) —LESSONS CAN BE FOUND ON MAIN PAGE. Includes: answers/ mark-scheme scaffolding for students to peer assess (but quiz can also be marked by teacher) Made for AQA but can be used for ANY SPEC Made for A-level students but can be differentiated down for GCSE.
Introduction to Sociology lesson
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Introduction to Sociology lesson

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This is a lesson I use as an introduction to the AQA A-level Sociology course and to the sociological imagination or line of inquiry. The lesson includes: an overview of the course, exam and curriculum activities to introduce students to Sociology and sociological thinking/ inquiry. suggested reading, podcasts, revision websites youtube channels that students can use to develop their knowledge and understanding of key ideas and concepts. Expectations Can be easily edited to meet your needs, e.g. specification, expectations and can also be used as an introduction to AQA GCSE Sociology .
SOCIOLOGY DISPLAY - SUCCESS CRITERIA (for exam questions - AQA)
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SOCIOLOGY DISPLAY - SUCCESS CRITERIA (for exam questions - AQA)

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Display for A-level Sociology exam questions. PPT comes with a letter per slide to make: PE - POINT+EXPLANATION - 4 & 6 marker PERD - POINT + EXPLANATION + RESEARCH +DEVELOP - 10 markers PEELE/A - POINT + EXPLANATION + EVIDENCE + LINK + EVALUATE/ ANALYSIS - 20 & 30 markers Made for A-level AQA Sociology
Sociology Education Class differences in achievement- How to answer 30/ 20 markers?
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Sociology Education Class differences in achievement- How to answer 30/ 20 markers?

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Detailed and differentiated (up and down), student led lesson that explores: the main assessement objectives - AO1, AO2, AO3 how to answer 30 markers allows studeNts to revise class differences in achievement (external and internal factors). **Can also be used as a revision lesson for topic 2 (class diff in achievement -internal factors) Includes student friendly success criteria for essay ** ANSWERS TO MAIN ACTIVITIES AND MODEL ANSWER INCLUDED Made for AQA A-level but is applicable for AS-Level and can be used for ANY SPEC and is still paplicable for GCSE essays
Sociology Education Class differences in achievement - Material deprivation
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Sociology Education Class differences in achievement - Material deprivation

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Detailed and diiferentiated (up and down), student led lesson that explores class differences in achievement the role of material deprivation in causing or contributing to it. Introduces students to material vs cultural factors and external vs internal factors. Also introduces students to how to answer 4 and 6 markers using a success criteria and student-friendly mark-schemes. ANSWERS TO MAIN ACTIVITIES AND EXAM QUESTIONS ARE INCLUDED COMES WITH FREE A-LEVEL HELP SHEET AND KEY TERM SHEET FOR TOPIC 1 & 2 **Made for AQA A-level but can be easily used for other specs (just need a different source of information/ textbook) differentiated down for GCSE) lesson ** Uses and refers to ’ AQA A Level Sociology Book One Including AS Level: Book one 3rd Revised edition by Rob Webb, Hal Westergaard, Keith Trobe, Annie Townend ’ textbook
AQA A-Level Sociology Media PLC (EDITABLE)
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AQA A-Level Sociology Media PLC (EDITABLE)

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Personal Learning Checklist for the Media unit in the AQA A-level Sociology syllabus. PLC includes topic and page numbers from the Ken Browne ‘Sociology for AQA volume 2’ book for content students my find hard to locate.
Introduction to Marxism
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Introduction to Marxism

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Detailed and differentiated student-led lesson that explores capitalism, ownership, interests, structuralism, conflict theories, exploitation as a way to introduce students to the main Marxist views and ideas. Can be used for ANY SPEC. Catered towards A-level students but can easily be simplified and/ or cut down for younger students. Comes with key term sheet.
Introduction to functionalism
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Introduction to functionalism

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Detailed and differentiated student-led lesson that explores value consensus, social order, biological/ organic analogy, structuralism, consensus theories as a way to introduce students to the main functionalist views and ideas. Can be used for ANY SPEC. Catered towards A-level students but can easily be simplified and/ or for younger students. Comes with key term sheet for the lesson.
Introduction to Sociology QUIZ
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Introduction to Sociology QUIZ

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Includes: small revision activity 25 min quiz (on nature vs nurture, key functionalist, Marxist, feminist’s ideas and terminology) —LESSONS CAN BE FOUND ON MAIN PAGE. answers/ mark-scheme scaffolding for students to peer assess (but quiz can also be marked by teacher) Can be used for any spec Made for A-level students but can be differentiated down for GCSE.
AQA A-Level Sociology PLCs (ALL UNITS) - EDITABLE
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AQA A-Level Sociology PLCs (ALL UNITS) - EDITABLE

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NOW EDITABLE - on a word document Personal Learning Checklists for the following AQA A-level Sociology syllabus: Education Family Religion Media Crime Theory and Methods (includes separate PLCs for each sub-topic and a combined PLC. Methods in context PLCS include topic and page numbers from the Westergaard and Townsend book one and two and Ken Browne ‘Sociology for AQA volume 2’ book (for media) for content students might find hard to locate.
Nature vs nurture  - How might we explain behaviour?
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Nature vs nurture - How might we explain behaviour?

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Detailed student-led lesson that explores the nature vs debate, norms, values, socialisation (primary/secondary) and social control as an introduction to Sociology. Uses page 8 of the AQA A-level Book 1 by Townsend to introduces students to the nature vs nurture debate but this can be replaced and the rest of the lesson can still be used. Comes with worksheet used for two of the activities and key term sheet for the lesson. Can be used for both GCSE and A-level.
AQA A-Level Sociology PLCs (ALL UNITS) - EDITABLE
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AQA A-Level Sociology PLCs (ALL UNITS) - EDITABLE

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** EDITABLE - on a word document** Personal Learning Checklists for the following AQA A-level Sociology syllabus: Education Family Religion Media Crime Theory and Methods (includes separate PLCs for each sub-topic and a combined PLC. Methods in context PLCS include topic and page numbers from the Westergaard and Townsend book one and two and Ken Browne ‘Sociology for AQA volume 2’ book (for media) for content that students might find hard to find in the textbook(s).
Sociology Research Methods - Introduction to research methods
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Sociology Research Methods - Introduction to research methods

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Detailed and differentiated student-led lesson that explores primary vs secondary methods, quantitative vs qualitative methods, validity and reliability as a way to introduce students to the main main research methods. LESSON COMES WITH ANSWERS Can be used for ANY SPEC and GCSE but catered towards A-LEVEL AQA sociology** . Comes with key term sheet for the lesson.